Paul Smiths, NY, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Paul Smiths

Home/Apartment
3br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpacePrivate and secluded, yet centrally located, Camp Hatteras is located seven miles north of Paul Smiths College on Rt. 30. You’ll be in one of the most varied wilderness areas of the park. We’re located in the middle of some of the Adirondack’s most dependable snow for cross-country skiing, with abundant groomed and back country trails nearby. The Adirondack Park Visitors Interpretive Center is five miles away and is open year round with wonderful hiking, XC skiing, snowshoe trails and educational programs for the whole family. You’ll be 25 minutes to Titus Mountain Ski Center, Saranac Lake or Malone; 35 minutes to Lake Placid and its Olympic venues; 50 minutes to Whiteface Mountain. The Natural History Museum of the Adirondacks (the Wild Center) is 40 minutes away in Tupper Lake. Camp Hatteras has three bedrooms and sleeps up to 8 people. Two of the bedrooms have two twin beds each and a third bedroom has a queen. An open loft has a futon, which can be folded open for another person or two. Two bathrooms with showers make sure that no one is waiting. There is a complete laundry room for those making longer stays. There are toys for younger children to discover, and a high chair and “potty” for toddlers. A wrap-around deck has a propane grill and picnic table in a screened porch. Bring some water jugs with you, as this 500’ deep well delivers the freshest, tastiest mountain water that you could ever want. You’ll want to take some home. There is a nice campfire spot for summer/winter time marshmallow roasts or quiet fire gazing. The glass front wood stove sheds a warming glow across the great-room’s hardwood floors in the winter. The kitchen is fully equipped with a microwave, electric oven and range, a dishwasher, and all of the things that make cooking healthy, hearty meals possible. Firewood is supplied for our winter guest’s heating comfort, and a reasonable amount of campfire wood is available in the summer as well. The driveway travels about 200 yards in from the main road and is well plowed with plenty of parking. If you’d rather not heat with a wood stove, the electric baseboard heat is always there to keep you warm. In the warmer months, there are nearby trails which are excellent for mountain biking with both back country roads and single-track. Designated horseback riding trail heads are less than a mile away. A “Wild and Scenic Study River,” the Osgood, flows nearby with put-in and take-outs within a couple of miles of your driveway. Drop-off and pick-up arrangements can be made. This is a “must paddle” for those interested in wildlife and scenery. Many have spotted the Bald Eagle who has a nest at the river’s edge. We are surrounded by many great fishing spots. Your hosts, Bob and Sheila, are a former professional wilderness guide, and a life-long resident of the Paul Smith’s area. Between the two of them, good advice—connecting you to great experiences and unique destinations is as close to a “sure thing” as you can get. The temporary use of their brains is complimentary! Guest AccessYou'll have 33 acres to explore and if you've forgotten any equipment for Adirondack adventures, just let your hosts know and chances are, they'll have some you can borrow. Interaction with GuestsYour hosts will be available 24/7 if you need anything. We live nearby. The NeighborhoodIt's quiet, private, you won't see/hear anyone unless you want to...except for the deer that bed down for the night on the hill next to the cabin, the turkeys that wander through, or the local moose that the neighborhood sees except your hosts! Getting AroundYou'll need your own car. If you'll be flying in, you can fly into SLK, rent a car, and Camp Hatteras is 15 minutes away. Plenty of parking, year round. Other Things to NoteOur rates drop after the first two nights, but no way to indicate that on this website. $600 for first two nights, $150/nt after that, or our weekly rate, whatever is least expensive for you. We do not allow cancellations for the summer/holidays, any other time, 90 days less fees. We rent Sat. to Sat. in the summer, check in 4pm/out 10am, the rest of the year we are pretty flexible. We do not charge a cleaning fee, we just ask that you clean up after yourselves. Everything that you'll need is here. All you have to do is bring your groceries, your family/friends and your adventurous spirit.
Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceThis cabin/cottage was built in the early 1900s as an ice house for the farm and local neighborhood before refrigeration arrived the Adirondacks. It has since been renovated with a loft area and bathroom. We have continued to update the space with free wireless internet, a brand new mattress, and a small kitchenette equipped with a mini-fridge, microwave, coffee maker, and electric kettle. A comfortable full-size bed is located in the loft area. The main sitting area could also accommodate extra overnight guests who bring their own sleeping pads and sleeping bags. There are chairs and a table both indoors and outdoors for eating, reading, writing, or working. A lovely private porch overlooks the property and Ricketson Pond. A hammock is set up by the pond, which offers opportunities for wildlife viewing and paddling. There is a pub within walking distance that serves homestyle cooking, local burgers and good beer. We have 24 sweet laying hens out in the barn yard if you'd like to purchase fresh eggs before you leave! This private and comfortable Adirondack cabin is the perfect base for exploring Saranac Lake and surrounding areas. Guest AccessThe cottage has its own private entrance. There is parking available on site. Local guidebooks can be made available upon request. Interaction with GuestsWe live in the main farm house, so we can be available if you need us. We also are happy to give you privacy as you enjoy your stay. We are knowledgeable about opportunities for hiking, canoeing, local culture and more. The NeighborhoodLocated minutes from downtown Saranac Lake and Lake Placid, this cottage is an ideal location for visitors exploring this region of the Adirondacks who want to be in close proximity to cultural centers. Nearby food options include The Shamrock Bar & Grill and CAVU Cafe for the best breakfast around, and the famous Donnelly's Ice Cream shop two miles down the road. Getting AroundParking available on site. Other Things to NoteWe will email you a guest manual before you arrive. We have a Kevlar Ultra-light tripping canoe for rent.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Parking
The SpaceDeep Woods is a charming open-studded 2 room Adirondack cabin with kitchen and bath, on the property of the former Adirondack Swim and Trip Camp. Suitable for a family of 5, it has a double bed in the main room and 2 twin beds in the back bedroom (a cot can be added for a 5th guest). Our cabins are decorated in "vintage Adirondack". Outside each has a campfire, hammock, Adirondack chairs and picnic table. Wood is provided for campfires. Guest AccessAlong with the waterfront, guests share the use of Hilltop, ASTC's former dining hall, which is now our camp living room and recreation area complete with comfy sofas and chairs, books, games, and a ping pong table. Great for evening games or rainy days, Hilltop has a large double fireplace in the center of the room. Interaction with GuestsA member of our family is almost always available on the property (somewhere!) to answer questions and help you plan your time with us. You may run into us on the dock having morning coffee, or feel free to just knock on our door. Your "innkeeper" stays in the former Rec Lodge overlooking the waterfront. The NeighborhoodThe beauty of our property is that THERE IS NO NEIGHBORHOOD. Deep Woods is one of 4 cabins, each tucked into it's own private setting on our large secluded property. Our lake, Jones Pond, is very quiet--mostly fisherman, kayaks and sailboats. It's surrounded on 3 sides by state forest. We have very few neighbors, and even then they are not close. You can only see them from the water. Jones Pond is known for big pike and bass, but kids can fish off our long sailing dock for sunfish and more moderate size bass, sometimes a small pike. Getting AroundEEEEE Other Things to NoteJones Pond is on the famous Seven Carries canoe route between Rainbow Lake and Osgood. Want to see wildlife? Almost all our guests paddle up the Osgood Connection, past water lilies, turtles, beaver dams and many, many different kinds of birds. Loon babies will be about on the lake with their parents--please be considerate of their need to feel unthreatened. From our dock you will probably see bald eagles, and definitely see osprey and blue herons, loons and of course, ducks.
house
3br house
    Private and secluded, yet centrally located, Camp Hatteras is located seven miles north of Paul Smith's College. You'll be in one of the most varied wilderness areas of the park. This well cared for property boasts abundant wildlife and a network of walking and skiing trails which take you past wetlands, cliffs and a variety of forest types. We're located in the middle of some of the Adirondacks most dependable snow for cross-country skiing, with abundant groomed and backcountry trails nearby. The Adirondack Visitor's Interpretive Center is five miles away and is open year round with wonderful trails and educational programs for the whole family. You'll be 25 minutes to Titus Mountain Ski Center, Saranac Lake or Malone; 35 minutes to Lake Placid and its Olympic venues; 50 minutes to Whiteface Mountain. The Natural History Museum of the Adirondacks is 40 minutes away in Tupper Lake. Camp Hatteras has three bedrooms and sleeps up to 8 people. Two of the bedrooms have two twin beds each and a third bedroom has a queen. An open loft has a futon, which can be folded open for another person or two. Two bathrooms with showers make sure that no one is waiting. There is a complete laundry room for those making longer stays. There are toys for younger children to discover, and a high chair and "potty" for toddlers. A wrap-around deck has a propane grill and picnic table in a screened porch. Bring some water jugs with you, as this 500' deep well delivers the freshest, tastiest mountain water that you could ever want. Youll want to take some home. There is a nice campfire spot for summertime marshmallow roasts or quiet fire gazing. The glass front woodstove sheds a warming glow across the great-rooms hardwood floors in the winter. The kitchen is fully equipped with a microwave, electric oven and range, a dishwasher, and all of the things that make cooking healthy, hearty meals possible. Firewood is supplied for our winter guest's heating comfort, and a reasonable amount of campfire wood is available in the summer as well. If you'd rather not heat with a woodstove, the electric baseboard heat is always there to keep you warm. Plenty of parking during all seasons. In the warmer months, there are nearby trails which are excellent for mountain biking with both backcountry roads and single-track. Designated horseback riding trailheads are less than a mile away. A "Wild and Scenic Study River", the Osgood, flows nearby with put-in and take-outs within a couple of miles of your driveway. Drop-off and pick-up arrangements can be made. This is a "must paddle" for those interested in wildlife and scenery. Many have spotted the Bald Eagle who has a nest at the river's edge. We are surrounded by many great fishing spots. Your hosts, Bob and Sheila, are a former professional wilderness guide, and a life-long resident of the Paul Smiths area. Between the two of them, good advice - connecting you to great experiences and unique destinations - is as close to a sure thing as you can get. The temporary use of their brains is complimentary! You will be located in the northern section of the Adirondack Park (6 million acres!). You can ski, hike, mountain bike from your front door. Or get in the car and be at a nearby lake in 5 minutes. Lake Placid, and all its venues are just a 35 minute drive. You will be within a short drive to trailheads to many mountains/hiking trails including the Adirondack 46 High Peaks. Or you will have 33 acres of privacy if you choose just to stay & relax at Camp Hatteras :)
    house
    3br house
      Pristine Camp Casey is centrally located in the heart of the Adirondacks in close proximity to all your favorite activities. Paddle nearby Jones Pond or Rainbow Lake. Snowmobile from your doorstep on miles of groomed trails. Relax fireside, listen to the babbling creek just outside your window or the calls of loons. Shop downtown Lake Placid or explore the rich history of its Olympic venues. Jump on the Jackrabbit Trail for hiking, XC skiing or snowshoeing. Ski and snowboard at Whiteface or Titus Mountain (45 min away). This peaceful getaway has the perfect setting. Completely remodeled inside and out in 2013, all brand new furnishings and amenities await your arrival. Enjoy the newly added outdoor shower and flat screen TV's in every bedroom. In addition, free wireless high speed cable internet access and free home phone calling within the U.S. will keep your connectivity dialed in! NOTE - SHORTER STAYS MAY BE AVAILABLE. WE CAN OFTEN OFFER A 2 NIGHT MIN BASED ON AVAILABILITY. PLEASE MESSAGE ME TO INQUIRE. Camp Casey offers quiet seclusion with the convenience of being a short drive from the towns of Saranac Lake and lake Placid. With an abundance of outdoor activities available you can satisfy your sense of adventure and truly relax in the peacefulness of the natural surroundings, or head to town for shopping and dinner at one of the areas many restaurants. SHORTER STAYS MAY BE AVAILABLE, WE CAN OFTEN OFFER A 2 NIGHT MIN FOR $250/night BASED ON AVAILABILITY.
      Bedroom
      Excellent
      40 reviews
      Bedroom
      • Wifi
      • Pets Allowed
      • Breakfast
      • Parking
      The SpaceYou will join Paul and Pat in our home as our guests. Your room is clean, well appointed and comfortable. The bed is queen size. We will always provide a continental breakfast; when possible a hot breakfast is available. Guest AccessYou will have your own bath and have access to the rest of the common area of our home -- kitchen, living and dining rooms. If here longer than a few days, you may have access to the laundry area. We have a lovely front porch which you are welcome to enjoy in the warmer months. Interaction with GuestsWe will be available to help you find the highlights of places to visit in our area. We will also answer any questions you may have if we are able. Paul and Pat are both professors at Paul Smith's College, which offers a unique dining experience. We respect the privacy of our guests, yet are available as needed. The NeighborhoodWe are in one of the only farming areas in the Adirondack Park, yet have a killer mountain view. We are unique because we are out of the busy areas, yet very close. Peace and comfort is coupled with proximity to many restaurants, stores, and entertainment. Getting AroundAlthough public transportation passes by our neighborhood, it is very difficult, so you should have a personal vehicle to stay here. We have plenty of free parking. Other Things to NoteOur area offers hiking trails, cross country and downhill skiing, fishing, hunting, water sports, snow shoeing, snow mobiling, museums, world class dining, the Olympic village of Lake Placid, and so much more.
      Boat
      3br Boat
      • Wifi
      The SpaceThe apartment above the boathouse is a comfortable and private space equipped with a full kitchen. It has one bedroom with a queen sized bed, and a second bedroom with bunk beds. Its a comfortable space for a couple or family with young children. The separate cottage with twin beds and bath offers offers additional space and privacy, at an additional 300$ fee available by special offer. Guest AccessThe boathouse apartment and cottage are a part of a large summer camp in the Adirondacks. Your hosts live on the property in a separate building. You are welcome to walk through the camp, wander the trails through the woods behind the camp, take a canoe out on the lake, or across the lake to the trail up St Regis mountain. Interaction with GuestsWe will greet you at St Regis landing, and provide you with help settling in. We want to make sure you are comfortable driving the little Carolina Skiff, and will help you at any time during the stay if there e is something you need. Our caretaker, David, is also on hand three days a week. The NeighborhoodUpper St Regis lake is a small community where people have been coming with their families to enjoy the lake for generations. The lake is a sailing community, and 4 classes of sailboats race during July and August. Power boats are used to access many camps without roads, but the lake is relatively quite. Jetskis are not allowed on these lakes. We are located adjacent to the St Regis Canoe Area, a wilderness area with no motorized boat access. Hiking is excellent, either nearby or in the high peaks 45 minutes away. Getting AroundParking is available at the St Regis landing.
      Farmhouse
      1br Farmhouse
      • Wifi
      • Pets Allowed
      • Parking
      The SpaceA little history: Our home was built in the early 1900's and owned by Charlie Riley. He was a citizen of the area that built a hotel, mercantile store and did a number of other things to build up the community of Gabriels back in the early 1900's. Our home contains all original floors, doors and has a lot of character which we are slowing enhancing cosmetically. Within our home we have one bedroom available for rent at this time. Guest AccessYou will be able to enter our home from the front entrance. You will have access to the upstairs private bathroom and bedroom. We encourage you to wander our property outside and enjoy the farm setting! If you are in need of refrigerator, anything kitchen related do not be afraid to ask! Interaction with GuestsWe will both be available during your stay to answer questions via phone and also will be available throughout the day periodically and in the evenings. We love to visit and get to know our guests if you are interested! The NeighborhoodWe live on a residential road, somewhat moderate traffic as it gets busy because of campers in the summer. We have neighbors across the street. It is a very peaceful, relaxing spot. Our location is in perfect proximity to Rt. 86 that will take you into Saranac Lake and easily access other roads to head different directions in the area. Getting AroundWe are walking distance to a great local diner, post office and mini-mart gas station. We are about 8 miles from a variety of public transportation such as taxis, local bus service. We have plenty of parking and room for any vehicles, boats, etc. Other Things to NoteOur home is nestled in the community of Gabriels, only 8 miles from Saranac Lake, approx. 16 miles from Lake Placid and plenty of access to great hiking, fishing, canoeing/kayaking spots to mention a few things. We will have fresh eggs available for you and if interested can fix you a farm style breakfast once during the course of your stay with us. We also offer fresh goats milk cheese when in season! If you choose to visit in the winter months we are a stone's throw to the power line snowmobile trail with access to rentals of snowmobiles. Perfect for snowshoeing, cross country skiing. In February our famous Winter Carnival occurs for a week and is a great event to come participate in. There is a website dedicated to this if you are interested in more information.
      house
      5br house
        This boat access only Great Camp is located on prestigious Spitfire Lake, in the St. Regis chain of Lakes, in New York's Adirondack Mountains. The St. Regis Chain of Lakes is known as a summer playground of America's richest and most powerful families from a century ago. The scenic beauty of the lakes is breathtaking and home to one of the oldest yacht clubs in America. Camp Pot Luck is one of the oldest great camps in the region with 135 years of continuous family ownership in the Adirondacks. The current owner is the 6th generation steward of this historic property. The camp consists of 13 separate buildings. The kitchen, dining room and laundry cabins are located on the water with a porch. Separate buildings include the Great Room and sleeping cabins on the water’s edge. There are no commercial establishments on the chain of lakes ensuring a tranquil guest experience. The owner has great admiration for guests that have a long standing appreciation of the Adirondacks and are looking for a unique experience. This property includes 5 King size beds as well as 5 Twin size beds. Additional amenities include: pool table, wood stove, game room, gazebo, sun fish sailboat, 5 bedrooms, outdoor shower, 2 outboards motor boat, fire pit, adirondack chairs, swim platform, water slide, hammock, 4 kayak, 4 canoe, boat house, boat access only, 4 bathrooms, surf board, inboard/outboard motor boat.
        Chalet
        3br Chalet
          Private and secluded, yet centrally located, Camp Hatteras is located seven miles north of Paul Smith's College. You'll be in one of the most varied wilderness areas of the park. This well cared for property boasts abundant wildlife and a network of walking and skiing trails which take you past wetlands, cliffs and a variety of forest types. We're located in the middle of some of the Adirondacks most dependable snow for cross-country skiing, with abundant groomed and backcountry trails nearby. The Adirondack Visitor's Interpretive Center is five miles away and is open year round with wonderful trails and educational programs for the whole family. You'll be 25 minutes to Titus Mountain Ski Center, Saranac Lake or Malone; 35 minutes to Lake Placid and its Olympic venues; 50 minutes to Whiteface Mountain. The Natural History Museum of the Adirondacks is 40 minutes away in Tupper Lake. Camp Hatteras has three bedrooms and sleeps up to 8 people. Two of the bedrooms have two twin beds each and a third bedroom has a queen. An open loft has a futon, which can be folded open for another person or two. Two bathrooms with showers make sure that no one is waiting. There is a complete laundry room for those making longer stays. There are toys for younger children to discover, and a high chair and "potty" for toddlers. A wrap-around deck has a propane grill and picnic table in a screened porch. Bring some water jugs with you, as this 500' deep well delivers the freshest, tastiest mountain water that you could ever want. Youll want to take some home. There is a nice campfire spot for summertime marshmallow roasts or quiet fire gazing. The glass front woodstove sheds a warming glow across the great-rooms hardwood floors in the winter. The kitchen is fully equipped with a microwave, electric oven and range, a dishwasher, and all of the things that make cooking healthy, hearty meals possible. Firewood is supplied for our winter guest's heating comfort, and a reasonable amount of campfire wood is available in the summer as well. If you'd rather not heat with a woodstove, the electric baseboard heat is always there to keep you warm. Plenty of parking during all seasons. In the warmer months, there are nearby trails which are excellent for mountain biking with both backcountry roads and single-track. Designated horseback riding trailheads are less than a mile away. A "Wild and Scenic Study River", the Osgood, flows nearby with put-in and take-outs within a couple of miles of your driveway. Drop-off and pick-up arrangements can be made. This is a "must paddle" for those interested in wildlife and scenery. Many have spotted the Bald Eagle who has a nest at the river's edge. We are surrounded by many great fishing spots. Your hosts, Bob and Sheila, are a former professional wilderness guide, and a life-long resident of the Paul Smiths area. Between the two of them, good advice - connecting you to great experiences and unique destinations - is as close to a sure thing as you can get. The temporary use of their brains is complimentary!
          Home/Apartment
          3br Home/Apartment
            Pristine Camp Casey is centrally located in the heart of the Adirondacks in close proximity to all your favorite activities. Paddle nearby Jones Pond or Rainbow Lake. Snowmobile from your doorstep on miles of groomed trails. Relax fireside, listen to the babbling creek just outside your window or the calls of loons. Shop downtown Lake Placid or explore the rich history of its Olympic venues. Jump on the Jackrabbit Trail for hiking, XC skiing or snowshoeing. Ski and snowboard at Whiteface or Titus Mountain (45 min away). This peaceful getaway has the perfect setting. Completely remodeled inside and out in 2013, all brand new furnishings and amenities await your arrival. Enjoy the newly added outdoor shower and flat screen TV's in every bedroom. In addition, free wireless high speed cable internet access and free home phone calling within the U.S. will keep your connectivity dialed in! NOTE - SHORTER STAYS MAY BE AVAILABLE. WE CAN OFTEN OFFER A 2 NIGHT MIN BASED ON AVAILABILITY. PLEASE MESSAGE ME TO INQUIRE.
            Other
            Excellent
            6 reviews
            Other
            • Wifi
            • Parking
            Guest AccessGuests have exclusive use of our downstairs efficiency apartment, with its separate entrance, and share our waterfront (and lakeside campfires). Interaction with GuestsYour hosts will orient you to the apartment and property and are happy to suggest great outings in the area.
            Home/Apartment
            5br Home/Apartment
            • Pets Allowed
            This boat access only Great Camp is located on prestigious Spitfire Lake, in the St. Regis chain of Lakes, in New York's Adirondack Mountains. The St. Regis Chain of Lakes is known as a summer playground of America's richest and most powerful families from a century ago. The scenic beauty of the lakes is breathtaking and home to one of the oldest yacht clubs in America. Camp Pot Luck is one of the oldest great camps in the region with 135 years of continuous family ownership in the Adirondacks. The current owner is the 6th generation steward of this historic property. The camp consists of 13 separate buildings. The kitchen, dining room and laundry cabins are located on the water with a porch. Separate buildings include the Great Room and sleeping cabins on the water’s edge. There are no commercial establishments on the chain of lakes ensuring a tranquil guest experience. The owner has great admiration for guests that have a long standing appreciation of the Adirondacks and are looking for a unique experience. This property includes 5 King size beds as well as 5 Twin size beds. Additional amenities include: pool table, wood stove, game room, gazebo, sun fish sailboat, 5 bedrooms, outdoor shower, 2 outboards motor boat, fire pit, adirondack chairs, swim platform, water slide, hammock, 4 kayak, 4 canoe, boat house, boat access only, 4 bathrooms, surf board, inboard/outboard motor boat.
            Chalet
            3br Chalet
            • Parking
            • Wifi
            This relaxing retreat was built to view the sun, the moon and the trees. Nestled in a mature pine forest, the wind whispers through, caressing your ears in the summer, and the snow hangs elegantly on the trees in the winter. Part of a 50 acre tree farm and maple sugar bush, this well cared for property boasts abundant wildlife and a network of walking and skiing trails which take you past wetlands, cliffs and a variety of forest types. For even more info., visit our website: adkvacationhome.com Private and secluded, yet centrally located, Camp Hatteras is located near Paul Smiths College. You’ll be in one of the most varied wilderness areas of the park. We’re located in the middle of some of the Adirondack’s most dependable snow for cross-country skiing, with abundant groomed and backcountry trails nearby. You’ll be 20 minutes to Titus Mountain Ski Center, Saranac Lake or Malone; 35 minutes to Lake Placid and its Olympic venues; 50 minutes to Whiteface Mountain. The Natural History Museum of the Adirondacks is 40 minutes away. Camp Hatteras has three bedrooms and sleeps up to 8 people. Two of the bedrooms have two twin beds each and a third bedroom has a queen. An open loft has a futon, which can be folded open for another person or two. Two bathrooms with showers make sure that no one is waiting. There is a complete laundry room for those making longer stays. There are toys for younger children to discover, and a high chair and “potty” for toddlers. A wrap-around deck has a propane grill and picnic table in a screened porch. Bring some water jugs with you, as this 500’ deep well delivers the freshest, tastiest mountain water that you could ever want. You’ll want to take some home. There is a nice campfire spot for summer/winter time marshmallow roasts or quiet fire gazing. The glass front woodstove sheds a warming glow across the great-room’s hardwood floors in the winter. The kitchen is fully equipped with a microwave, electric oven and range, a dishwasher, and all of the things that make cooking healthy, hearty meals possible. Firewood is supplied for our winter guest’s heating comfort, and a reasonable amount of campfire wood is available in the summer as well. The driveway travels about 200 yards in from the main road and is well plowed with plenty of parking. If you’d rather not heat with a woodstove, the electric baseboard heat is always there to keep you warm. In the warmer months, there are nearby trails which are excellent for mountain biking with both backcountry roads and single-track. Designated horseback riding trailheads are less than a mile away. A “Wild and Scenic Study River,” the Osgood, flows nearby with put-in and take-outs within a couple of miles of your driveway. Drop-off and pick-up arrangements can be made. This is a “must paddle” for those interested in wildlife and scenery. Many have spotted the Bald Eagle who has a nest at the river’s edge. We are surrounded by many great fishing spots. Your hosts, Bob and Sheila, are a former professional wilderness guide, and a life-long resident of the Paul Smith’s area. Between the two of them, good advice—connecting you to great experiences and unique destinations—is as close to a “sure thing” as you can get. The temporary use of their brains is complimentary!
            Home/Apartment
            3br Home/Apartment
            • Parking
            • Wifi
            Pristine Camp Casey is centrally located in the heart of the Adirondacks - Rainbow Lake, NY in close proximity to all your favorite activities. Paddle nearby Jones Pond or Rainbow Lake. Snowmobile from your doorstep on miles of groomed trails. Relax fireside, listen to the babbling creek just outside your window or the calls of loons. Shop downtown Lake Placid or explore the rich history of its olympic venues. Jump on the Jackrabbit Trail system or visit the nearby Adirondack Visitor Interpretive Center for hiking, xc skiing or snowshoeing. Ski and snowboard at Whiteface or Titus mountains. This peaceful getaway has the perfect setting. Completely remodeled inside and out, all brand new furnishings and amenities await your arrival. Enjoy the newly added outdoor shower and flat screen TV's in every bedroom. Free high speed wireless internet and home phone calls within the US and Canada. Air conditioning added in 2016 completes the list of comforts at the amazing property that is sure to please. GPS Location: Latitude 44.4547060409 Longitude -74.1789364815 Note - The property is not waterfront, the closest water access points are just a few minutes drive up the road from Camp Casey.
            Island
            4br Island
            • Parking
            • Pets Allowed
            • Wifi
            • Smoking Allowed
            Find renewal all together at remote & comfortable Northpoint Camp overlooking a clean clear lake at the headwaters of the Adirondack watershed. Here, in seclusion and silence, the magnificence of nature waltzes in daytime sun and tiptoes in the brilliant starlight of the night sky. The Main House has bedroom configuration for maximum of 10 persons. Lean-to Island is your gateway to a vast range of wilderness relaxation opportunities - follow the marked path in the back of the Main House & cross the footbridge. If you are to connect more with anything this season, let it be Nature. Within her gentle strength, learn to clear life’s path gently and effortlessly. The living forest works overtime here beneath the mountain. It will not only allow you to make deeper contact with yourself but others as well and can fuel renewed purpose at any age. Swim in clear mountain lake water from your private Island dock; it's deep enough to dive. We provide canoes to launch from here or bring your own paddling boats. . :: RIGHT FROM LEAN-TO ISLAND:: You can paddle the 'Seven Carries' to vast & wild St. Regis Pond & be back to the Main House deck for a cook-out as you enjoy the sun setting behind St. Regis Mountain :: Pack a picnic & paddle through 3 Lakes and a River right from camp - no car-topping of boats :: Love life as you enjoy the hot mineral bath that awaits in a 6' indoor tub :: Sun, swim and cook-out at Lean-to Island :: Refreshments on deck praising the beauty of antique boats cruising by :: Read a book by the fire - bring your own or find one onsite :: Moonlight paddle on clear water sprinkled with stars :: Campfire songs and s'mores :: Calling loons at dawn and dusk. LIVING AREA: With floor-to-ceiling A-frame windows (see photo) and promontory location at the northern head waters of Upper St. Regis Lake, you experience a wilderness retreat, indoors as well as out, right beneath the many moods of one of the Adirondack High Peaks, St. Regis Mountain. Relax in front of the stone fireplace after a day outdoors (some wood provided); purchase outdoor wood w/CampCredits or buy your own bundles roadside before arrival. The deck w/chairs, table/umbrella and grill (fuel incl) is just out the kitchen door for beautiful sunset suppers. The rustic wood floors have antique Nepalese carpets in every room. KITCHEN: This is an updated galley kitchen with dishwasher/soap & dish soap, new 4-burner electric stove/oven and med-sized refrigerator/freezer. Guests use own coolers for fridge overflow; limited storage in fridge/freezer in Boathouse. There's two coffee-makers w/filters, a 4-slot toaster, the popular family crock pot, blender, lg. covered soup kettle, griddle; large and small cookware; baking pans. muffin tins, cookie sheets plus glassware, cutlery & dinnerware. All paper products: paper towels, toilet paper, wax paper, foil, plastic wrap, tissue. Basic salt/pepper begin the season and progress to unopened delicacies left by happy campers for future guests. The handmade dining table seats six comfortably with nicely appointed accessories and the fabulous view; extra dining on deck for large parties. NOTE on WATER: Ours is absolutely pure right from every tap - the most enlivening, refreshing beverage ever put to lips. Bottled water not needed! FOOD: Bring all your groceries for the week. Contact Lynn for an easy cost-effective way to pre-order & pay for food online; orders close on Mon. for delivery by your Sunday arrival. FREE membership: Value added: food waiting for you in Northpoint's kitchen! LOFT: The ceiling is high enough for a cozy loft that overlooks the LR fireplace below and has a divine view of St. Regis Mtn. Find up here two small rooms that use the downstairs bath. There's a Queen bed out on a traditional Adirondack Sleeping Porch; the other has a panoramic view & can be used as a lounge area with another Double bed . There is electric heat downstairs and super efficient propane hot water on demand throughout. FAMILY BEDROOM: The Master addition has an outside entrance with a King bed and a Queen pull-out couch making it a Family Suite if required. The new stackable washer/dryer is in the bathroom with shower, sink and commode opens through to the TWIN-BEDDED ROOM right off the open-concept, high, exposed-beam living area. Here the First Aid Kit is accessible mounted on the wall of a tall built-in cupboard. MAIN BATH: The 'spa' bathroom has an antique claw-foot soaking tub - no jets but a full 6 ft. of heat-holding cast iron - with the ultimate luxury of unlimited hot water that is clean, pure and made therapeutic by a selection of aromatherapy bath additions provided for your indulgence. This bath has also a sink and commode; it is central in the house and is the primary facility for the loft doubles and is one of two toilet options for the Twin room. COMMUNICATION: We have intermittent 4G Verizon phone reception at several places around camp and, for your online needs, wifi in our 'internet cafe' outdoors mid-camp and also in the Lakeside Bungalow which requires an ethernet cable . CAMPFIRES: Care and common sense apply with all fire in the forest. At the outside entrance to the Family Suite is a garden hose with nozzle; it is permanently on for guest use as needed. Smoking is permitted outside only. Ashtrays are provided for the deck. MOST IMPORTANT: Campfires on the house promontory point and on Lean-to Island must be kept small & personally attended at all times as well as doused out completely on departure. Keep the onsite water container by the firepit at the island and the hose close to the fire ring off the house main deck. LEAN-TO ISLAND: The canoes/kayaks are kept here - there's a sign to remind you to pull them onto shore . This secluded dock gets sunlight most of the day, water is deep enough for diving. The open campfire - rare in the Adks - is here in front of an authentic Lean-to for camp outs. Be sure to carry a flashlight if out after dark - the hike across the bridge and up to the Main House is dark and narrow. There find a Queen mattress enclosed in mosquito netting, a charcoal grill and outdoor cooking implements. Guests are provided an extensive reference book on arrival to begin this memorable vacation at the edge of 6 million acres of Adirondack State Park. We welcome adult groups and families for a unique and timeless experience. OPTIONS: Lakeside Mission-style stone bungalow with deck, gas fireplace, Queen bed, sm. fridge, coffee maker, sink, toilet. Because there are no kitchen or showering facilities, the bungalow is available only as an add-on with bookings of the Main House & island. For privacy and superior private boudoir lakeside contact us for details/pricing. Kayak rental - $150. per week, delivered to Island. Feel free to bring your own boats; Launch your own motorboat w/no public marina services - make fuel arrangements ahead of time. There is a $100. docking fee per week per motor boat. After the half-hour paddle back to your car if you want to take a sightseeing road trip or replenish your groceries, store canoes next to our Garage #46 while away. !! NEW in 2016 for guests booking a week or more - 4-psgr motorboat for use by qualified driver w/one free tank of fuel per week . HOUSEKEEPING: We provide full housekeeping services before every arrival. Linens, bedding, pillows, quilts, throws, kitchen and bath towels are provided plus laundry facilities/supplies. Bring food, beverages and personals; we provide all else. Everything must be transported to camp via motorboat and up to the Main House via ATV. LIMIT YOUR GEAR, PLEASE. CLEANING: The cleaning fee is $250. per week so you need not spend your last day indoors making beds. There are covered plastic containers in the woodshed for trash and returnables; removal is included in the cleaning fee. Take all opened food with you and leave the refrigerator bare. PETS: Controlled pets are welcome for FREE limit 2 medium-size with weekly rentals It's best if dogs are comfortable in boats and canoes at this water-access-only site. Bring a tie-down rope if needed; we have our own ( curious but friendly) Samoyeds & a cat in camp. Pets must not be left unattended in the house. Barking must be controlled - if your pet is excessively vocal, leave them home or be prepared to depart early w/no refund . Our own pets are kept indoors at night; yours must be too. PARKING: Free car parking is offered at our private boat landing. Your group will be transported by motorboat to Lean-to Island dock where you will find incl. canoes with paddles & life jackets for your group's use while in camp. Alternatively, you may paddle your own craft to the Island . NYState law mandates life-jacket be present in boat for each adult, and children under 12 must wear one at all times.. SECURITY: We require a deposit of $500.00 cash on arrival which will be returned minus cleaning/trash fee and other incidentals. We are always nearby onsite to help. Book a wilderness adventure for this coming season that has something to please every member of your group. Perch high above the water with your own island preserve below and forest paths to explore. This is not a handicap accessible site and all parties MUST BE ABLE TO SWIM and walk a narrow pathway between Island and House! Children must bring their own life jackets. Your hosts transport your group to the island for the hike through the woods up to the Main House high above; your food/gear will be delivered to your door via ATV. PLEASE LIMIT YOUR GEAR! EVERYTHING IS HERE. NOW BOOKING stays from Mid-August through Thanksgiving in 2016 and Mother's Day onward in 2017. Specials listed on Rates pg. Sunday to Sunday or other arrangements if available. Contact us for Lakeside Bungalow add-on.
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            6br Cabin
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            Thank you for your interest in renting our Adirondack Chalet this summer. The main house has a master bedroom and two smaller bedrooms and has two full baths. There is a fully equipped kitchen, a dining area, and a large living room as well as a laundry room and large deck looking out toward the lake. There is also a lean-to near the lake and a dock with a deck complete with grill and outdoor fireplace at the water's edge. A canoe, rowboat, and a sunfish sailboat are provided with this rental.
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            1br Cabin
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            • Wifi
            Mrs C's Cabin is part of the original Owners Cabin of White Pine Camp, a lovingly restored Adirondack Great Camp that was the summer White House of President Calvin Coolidge in 1926. White Pine Camp was built in 1907 in the tradition of the Adirondack Great Camps - magnificent rustic compounds of comfort built a century ago by the rich and powerful on wilderness estates. The camp offers a year-round restful retreat in unparalleled natural surroundings in a private setting on 35 acres and almost a mile of lakefront on a dead-end road surrounded by state land. Mrs. C’s is situated less than 100 feet from Osgood Pond. (Yes, Mrs. Coolidge slept here with the President in the adjoining President's Cabin.) The first floor contains a great room with stone fireplace, a full kitchen, a bedroom with queen bed and fireplace, and an adjoining bathroom with claw-foot tub/shower. The second floor boasts a sitting area and curtained sleeping alcoves with a double bed and three single beds, plus a full bathroom with claw-foot tub. Mrs. C’s also has a lovely screened porch overlooking the lake. FACILITIES The Great Room: The social retreat of an Adirondack Great Camp is the Great Room, a rustically grandiose meeting place for formal and informal activities. White Pine Camp's Great Room is available to guests at all times and provides a comfortable setting with furnishings typical of the era, including stick furniture, leather couches and decorative taxidermy. Firewood in the huge flagstone fireplace is always laid for guests to light at their leisure. Guests may borrow the Great Room's reading materials, board games and puzzles; and those with laptops or smart phones can use the room's Wi-Fi to connect to the Internet. The screened-in front porch offers a pleasant place to sit and enjoy the vista of the property, surrounding forest and Osgood Pond. The Great Room may also host intimate group dinners, corporate meeting or other specialized events. The Overlook: Under a canopy of cathedral pines and overlooking the Japanese Tea House and Osgood Pond is the Overlook. With its expansive vintage red tile patio, pergola, Adirondack furniture and fire pit, the Overlook is a popular spot for a lunch time picnic, late afternoon cocktails or an evening campfire with s'mores. Most White Pine Camp brides choose the Overlook as the perfect location for a wedding ceremony. The Bowling Alley: Part of the Addison Mizner architectural design, the bowling alley was added to the game room in 1911. Yes, the set-your-own-pins bowling alley is still functioning and is much enjoyed by guests young and old. It also boasts a large stone fireplace, pool table and intimate 'back porch' with incredible sunset views of Osgood Pond. Japanese Tea House: Much coveted by the wealthy ladies of the Great Camps was a Japanese Tea House on an island. Olive White, wife of the original owner, was determined to have one as well. Today the Tea House is one of the most sought-after photo subjects in the Adirondacks. Our guests enjoy unlimited use of the Tea House island as a quiet getaway, sunbathing spot or a place for an evening cocktail. Accessing the Tea House entails a pleasant walk across a lagoon over a 300-foot wooden bridge and then a short arched stone bridge. Small weddings are sometimes held at the Tea House. Beach: Off the Tea House island in Osgood Pond is an expansive, sandy bottomed shallow wading area that gradually deepens for great swimming. Because the lake is a relatively shallow body of water, the water warms quickly, allowing swimming by mid-June and into early September Boat Houses: White Pine Camp boasts two boat houses. The 'original' boat house is pictured on our signature logo and houses canoes, kayaks and rowboats (as well as required life jackets) for complimentary use by our guests. The original boat house features the slip where President Coolidge's boat, Winkler, was kept during the summer of 1926. A large undercover deck area provides pleasant seating with an extraordinary view of Osgood Pond. The 'new' boat house, or 1926 boat house as it is sometimes called, was built to accommodate the President's stay. Complimentary canoes are available to guests here as well. The large sun-filled deck with Adirondack chairs and spacious interior with wood stove, ping pong table and an exhibit of the camp's history in the 20th century make this facility a popular spot for recreation and social events. The Tennis House and Tennis Court: The Tennis House is one of the more unusual buildings at White Pine Camp, straddling the ridge overlooking the lake to the rear and the old clay court to the front. The long and narrow building features large folding doors that fully open to the court and floor-length windows that swing open to the rear. Flanking comfortable rattan furniture in the center of the building are a stone fireplace and a bar. The tennis court, originally of imported red English clay, now serves as a location for tented receptions and occasional performances. Common bathrooms are located in the adjacent Tennis Tea House. The Athletic Field: Nestled in among the tall pines across the lane from the tennis court is a well maintained grassy athletic field with volleyball net, badminton and horseshoe pits. Athletic equipment is provided for these sports as well as croquet. Alpine Rock Garden: This one-of-a-kind Alpine Rock Garden, designed and built around 1925 by French immigrant and White Pine Camp gardener Fred Heutte, earned a presidential commendation from Calvin Coolidge. The recently restored garden, located along the lane leading to the main compound, features plants reminiscent of gardens in the 1920s.
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            3br Chalet
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            This relaxing retreat was built to view the sun, the moon and the trees. Nestled in a mature pine forest, the wind whispers through, caressing your ears in the summer, and the snow hangs elegantly on the trees in the winter. Part of a 50 acre tree farm and maple sugar bush, this well cared for property boasts abundant wildlife and a network of walking and skiing trails which take you past wetlands, cliffs and a variety of forest types. For even more info., visit our website: adkvacationhome.com Private and secluded, yet centrally located, Camp Hatteras is located near Paul Smiths College. You’ll be in one of the most varied wilderness areas of the park. We’re located in the middle of some of the Adirondack’s most dependable snow for cross-country skiing, with abundant groomed and backcountry trails nearby. You’ll be 20 minutes to Titus Mountain Ski Center, Saranac Lake or Malone; 35 minutes to Lake Placid and its Olympic venues; 50 minutes to Whiteface Mountain. The Natural History Museum of the Adirondacks is 40 minutes away. Camp Hatteras has three bedrooms and sleeps up to 8 people. Two of the bedrooms have two twin beds each and a third bedroom has a queen. An open loft has a futon, which can be folded open for another person or two. Two bathrooms with showers make sure that no one is waiting. There is a complete laundry room for those making longer stays. There are toys for younger children to discover, and a high chair and “potty” for toddlers. A wrap-around deck has a propane grill and picnic table in a screened porch. Bring some water jugs with you, as this 500’ deep well delivers the freshest, tastiest mountain water that you could ever want. You’ll want to take some home. There is a nice campfire spot for summer/winter time marshmallow roasts or quiet fire gazing. The glass front woodstove sheds a warming glow across the great-room’s hardwood floors in the winter. The kitchen is fully equipped with a microwave, electric oven and range, a dishwasher, and all of the things that make cooking healthy, hearty meals possible. Firewood is supplied for our winter guest’s heating comfort, and a reasonable amount of campfire wood is available in the summer as well. The driveway travels about 200 yards in from the main road and is well plowed with plenty of parking. If you’d rather not heat with a woodstove, the electric baseboard heat is always there to keep you warm. In the warmer months, there are nearby trails which are excellent for mountain biking with both backcountry roads and single-track. Designated horseback riding trailheads are less than a mile away. A “Wild and Scenic Study River,” the Osgood, flows nearby with put-in and take-outs within a couple of miles of your driveway. Drop-off and pick-up arrangements can be made. This is a “must paddle” for those interested in wildlife and scenery. Many have spotted the Bald Eagle who has a nest at the river’s edge. We are surrounded by many great fishing spots. Your hosts, Bob and Sheila, are a former professional wilderness guide, and a life-long resident of the Paul Smith’s area. Between the two of them, good advice—connecting you to great experiences and unique destinations—is as close to a “sure thing” as you can get. The temporary use of their brains is complimentary!
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            LONGFELLOW CABIN Located in the Lodge Building of Historic White Pine Camp, a lovingly restored Adirondack Great Camp that was the summer White House of President Calvin Coolidge in 1926. White Pine Camp was built in 1907 in the tradition of the Adirondack Great Camps - magnificent rustic compounds of comfort built a century ago by the rich and powerful on wilderness estates. The camp offers a year-round restful retreat in unparalleled natural surroundings in a private setting on 35 acres and almost a mile of lakefront on a dead-end road surrounded by state land. Longfellow cabin is situated about 300 feet from the lake, which is visible through the trees. Living/dining room with small free-standing cast iron woodstove and kitchen. Two bedrooms-one with queen bed, one with two single beds. Full bathroom with shower (no tub). Covered porch overlooking the lake through the trees. Note - Longfellow can be joined with Osgood to sleep 6 in three bedrooms. FACILITIES The Great Room: The social retreat of an Adirondack Great Camp is the Great Room, a rustically grandiose meeting place for formal and informal activities. White Pine Camp's Great Room is available to guests at all times and provides a comfortable setting with furnishings typical of the era, including stick furniture, leather couches and decorative taxidermy. Firewood in the huge flagstone fireplace is always laid for guests to light at their leisure. Guests may borrow the Great Room's reading materials, board games and puzzles; and those with laptops or smart phones can use the room's Wi-Fi to connect to the Internet. The screened-in front porch offers a pleasant place to sit and enjoy the vista of the property, surrounding forest and Osgood Pond. The Great Room may also host intimate group dinners, corporate meeting or other specialized events. The Overlook: Under a canopy of cathedral pines and overlooking the Japanese Tea House and Osgood Pond is the Overlook. With its expansive vintage red tile patio, pergola, Adirondack furniture and fire pit, the Overlook is a popular spot for a lunch time picnic, late afternoon cocktails or an evening campfire with s'mores. Most White Pine Camp brides choose the Overlook as the perfect location for a wedding ceremony. The Bowling Alley: Part of the Addison Mizner architectural design, the bowling alley was added to the game room in 1911. Yes, the set-your-own-pins bowling alley is still functioning and is much enjoyed by guests young and old. It also boasts a large stone fireplace, pool table and intimate 'back porch' with incredible sunset views of Osgood Pond. Japanese Tea House: Much coveted by the wealthy ladies of the Great Camps was a Japanese Tea House on an island. Olive White, wife of the original owner, was determined to have one as well. Today the Tea House is one of the most sought-after photo subjects in the Adirondacks. Our guests enjoy unlimited use of the Tea House island as a quiet getaway, sunbathing spot or a place for an evening cocktail. Accessing the Tea House entails a pleasant walk across a lagoon over a 300-foot wooden bridge and then a short arched stone bridge. Small weddings are sometimes held at the Tea House. Beach: Off the Tea House island in Osgood Pond is an expansive, sandy bottomed shallow wading area that gradually deepens for great swimming. Because the lake is a relatively shallow body of water, the water warms quickly, allowing swimming by mid-June and into early September Boat Houses: White Pine Camp boasts two boat houses. The 'original' boat house is pictured on our signature logo and houses canoes, kayaks and rowboats (as well as required life jackets) for complimentary use by our guests. The original boat house features the slip where President Coolidge's boat, Winkler, was kept during the summer of 1926. A large undercover deck area provides pleasant seating with an extraordinary view of Osgood Pond. The 'new' boat house, or 1926 boat house as it is sometimes called, was built to accommodate the President's stay. Complimentary canoes are available to guests here as well. The large sun-filled deck with Adirondack chairs and spacious interior with wood stove, ping pong table and an exhibit of the camp's history in the 20th century make this facility a popular spot for recreation and social events. The Tennis House and Tennis Court: The Tennis House is one of the more unusual buildings at White Pine Camp, straddling the ridge overlooking the lake to the rear and the old clay court to the front. The long and narrow building features large folding doors that fully open to the court and floor-length windows that swing open to the rear. Flanking comfortable rattan furniture in the center of the building are a stone fireplace and a bar. The tennis court, originally of imported red English clay, now serves as a location for tented receptions and occasional performances. Common bathrooms are located in the adjacent Tennis Tea House. The Athletic Field: Nestled in among the tall pines across the lane from the tennis court is a well maintained grassy athletic field with volleyball net, badminton and horseshoe pits. Athletic equipment is provided for these sports as well as croquet. Alpine Rock Garden: This one-of-a-kind Alpine Rock Garden, designed and built around 1925 by French immigrant and White Pine Camp gardener Fred Heutte, earned a presidential commendation from Calvin Coolidge. The recently restored garden, located along the lane leading to the main compound, features plants reminiscent of gardens in the 1920s.
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            3br Cottage
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            • Pets Allowed
            The Gardeners Cottage is one of the original cottages of White Pine Camp; a lovingly restored Adirondack Great Camp that was the summer White House of President Calvin Coolidge in 1926. White Pine Camp was built in 1907 in the tradition of the Adirondack Great Camps - magnificent rustic compounds of comfort built a century ago by the rich and powerful on wilderness estates. The camp offers a year-round restful retreat in unparalleled natural surroundings in a private setting. Gardeners cottage has a Living room with woodstove, Dining room, Kitchen and three bedrooms-one with queen bed, one with double bed, one with two single beds. One full bathroom with pedestal sink, clawfoot tub and separate shower; one half-bathroom with toilet and sink. Outside sitting area. The Gardener's Cottage is located near the entrance to the property and is about 800 feet from the lake, down a wooded path, to a lakefront sitting area with dock. Available year-round. FACILITIES The Great Room: The social retreat of an Adirondack Great Camp is the Great Room, a rustically grandiose meeting place for formal and informal activities. White Pine Camp's Great Room is available to guests at all times and provides a comfortable setting with furnishings typical of the era, including stick furniture, leather couches and decorative taxidermy. Firewood in the huge flagstone fireplace is always laid for guests to light at their leisure. Guests may borrow the Great Room's reading materials, board games and puzzles; and those with laptops or smart phones can use the room's Wi-Fi to connect to the Internet. The screened-in front porch offers a pleasant place to sit and enjoy the vista of the property, surrounding forest and Osgood Pond. The Great Room may also host intimate group dinners, corporate meeting or other specialized events. The Overlook: Under a canopy of cathedral pines and overlooking the Japanese Tea House and Osgood Pond is the Overlook. With its expansive vintage red tile patio, pergola, Adirondack furniture and fire pit, the Overlook is a popular spot for a lunch time picnic, late afternoon cocktails or an evening campfire with s'mores. Most White Pine Camp brides choose the Overlook as the perfect location for a wedding ceremony. The Bowling Alley: Part of the Addison Mizner architectural design, the bowling alley was added to the game room in 1911. Yes, the set-your-own-pins bowling alley is still functioning and is much enjoyed by guests young and old. It also boasts a large stone fireplace, pool table and intimate 'back porch' with incredible sunset views of Osgood Pond. Japanese Tea House: Much coveted by the wealthy ladies of the Great Camps was a Japanese Tea House on an island. Olive White, wife of the original owner, was determined to have one as well. Today the Tea House is one of the most sought-after photo subjects in the Adirondacks. Our guests enjoy unlimited use of the Tea House island as a quiet getaway, sunbathing spot or a place for an evening cocktail. Accessing the Tea House entails a pleasant walk across a lagoon over a 300-foot wooden bridge and then a short arched stone bridge. Small weddings are sometimes held at the Tea House. Beach: Off the Tea House island in Osgood Pond is an expansive, sandy bottomed shallow wading area that gradually deepens for great swimming. Because the lake is a relatively shallow body of water, the water warms quickly, allowing swimming by mid-June and into early September Boat Houses: White Pine Camp boasts two boat houses. The 'original' boat house is pictured on our signature logo and houses canoes, kayaks and rowboats (as well as required life jackets) for complimentary use by our guests. The original boat house features the slip where President Coolidge's boat, Winkler, was kept during the summer of 1926. A large undercover deck area provides pleasant seating with an extraordinary view of Osgood Pond. The 'new' boat house, or 1926 boat house as it is sometimes called, was built to accommodate the President's stay. Complimentary canoes are available to guests here as well. The large sun-filled deck with Adirondack chairs and spacious interior with wood stove, ping pong table and an exhibit of the camp's history in the 20th century make this facility a popular spot for recreation and social events. The Tennis House and Tennis Court: The Tennis House is one of the more unusual buildings at White Pine Camp, straddling the ridge overlooking the lake to the rear and the old clay court to the front. The long and narrow building features large folding doors that fully open to the court and floor-length windows that swing open to the rear. Flanking comfortable rattan furniture in the center of the building are a stone fireplace and a bar. The tennis court, originally of imported red English clay, now serves as a location for tented receptions and occasional performances. Common bathrooms are located in the adjacent Tennis Tea House. The Athletic Field: Nestled in among the tall pines across the lane from the tennis court is a well maintained grassy athletic field with volleyball net, badminton and horseshoe pits. Athletic equipment is provided for these sports as well as croquet. Alpine Rock Garden: This one-of-a-kind Alpine Rock Garden, designed and built around 1925 by French immigrant and White Pine Camp gardener Fred Heutte, earned a presidential commendation from Calvin Coolidge. The recently restored garden, located along the lane leading to the main compound, features plants reminiscent of gardens in the 1920s.
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            3br Cottage
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            Featured in THE NEW YORK TIMES 'Escapes' section titled, 'HOUSES ON QUIET WATER: KAYAKS, CANOES AND TRANQUILITY,' we welcome you to one of the original guest houses of the Harrison G. Otis 'Beech Hill' Great Camp! Built in the late 1920s, Camp Barkeater on Osgood Pond is a lakeside Adirondack retreat only 12 miles from Saranac Lake. The property of this former Great Camp is part of a friendly and small, year-round community. It's a perfect, old-timey setting for a romantic couple, outdoorsy family or friends vacationing together who wish to be on a low-trafficked pond where you can fish and swim from your own dock. Camp Barkeater is an old-fashioned housekeeping rental for those who choose to be on their own in the true Adirondack 'camp' tradition while enjoying some modern comforts. Situated less than 100 ft. from the lake, the feeling of this lovely camp is airy and open. The lake view surrounds you while eating breakfast or reading on the screened porch. It follows you inside while you're preparing meals on a large kitchen island with family and friends under an old bead board cathedral ceiling. You're in a cook's kitchen, equipped with a full-size refrigerator, stove and oven and filled with all the extras needed for anything from baking and pizza making to BBQ. Share an afternoon picnic by the lake, relax in over-sized Adirondack chairs, read in a hammock near the water's edge or paddle around in camp's complimentary canoes or kayak. When night falls, warm yourself by the fire burning in the living room's cobblestone fireplace and listen to the loon calls. Enjoy a wide selection of books, puzzles and games or pamper yourself with a warm bath in a large, claw foot tub before retiring to a queen-size, antique brass bed. On a rainy day, watch an old gem from a large, classic video collection. And, for your convenience, Camp Barkeater comes equipped with bedding, towels and beginning paper products for your stay. Historic Osgood Pond, located near the St. Regis Canoe Area, is a soft-bottomed and shallow pond ideal for swimming. Osgood Pond is 16 feet deep making it warmer and more conducive to swimming than deeper, colder ponds. Go fishing from your dock - especially nice for kids and beginner fisher persons - or paddle your canoe and catch some warm-water fish (northern pike, large & small mouth bass, perch, sunfish and bullhead). You'll find easy access into Jones Pond or, more adventurously, into the legendary 'hand-dug' canals which flow into Little Osgood Pond and Church Pond. These canals were traveled by Osgood residents at the turn of the century to attend church on Sundays. Osgood Pond stretches almost 2 miles long and another 3 miles down the River where much of the shoreline is undeveloped state land. If the woodlands call to you, walk the various trails or visit the Butterfly House at the Adirondack Visitors Center ('The VIC') just across the road. Nearby hikes include Jenkins, Debar, Floodwood, Azure and Blue Hill Mountains, all located within relative proximity to Osgood Pond. The trail head for St. Regis Mountain is roughly 3-1/2 miles down Keese Mill Road which is located just north of the entrance to Paul Smiths College. Closer to home, discover the secluded paths of the Red Dot Trail, walk the footpaths over the canals and join up with the Jack Rabbit Trail. We hope you'll choose Camp Barkeater on Osgood Pond...it's everything you'll need to enjoy an Adirondack vacation you'll always remember!