We offer two four season lodging units to rent. Both have all the conveniences you would have at home with the exception of a dishwasher and laundry room. The only thing we ask you to bring is bath towels.
The Pilot’s House is an 861 square foot rental with a spacious 609 square foot wraparound porch. This structure originally built in 1860 then renovated in 1936 by Ranger Loyal Parker. Then we renovated it to put it in service as a four season rental in 2008. The Pilot’s House is very cottage like in décor and furnishings. It takes its name from the river drivers referred to as river pilots who frequented its floors for dance, food and drink when the structure was part of the Hudson River Hotel.
The Tamarack was built in 2005 and is a 1,044 square foot log cabin with 192 square foot screened front porch. It earned its name after the numerous Tamarack trees that surround the building site. It site in a relatively private area that has a filtered view of Vanderwacker Mt. and the Hudson River. The daylight basement has its own ground level access and this is the easiest entrance to use for unpacking. This is and open room with a full size bed and two single beds. A set of stairs leads you up to the kitchen on the main level which opens to a mini great room with a cathedral ceiling. The bathroom is also on this floor. Another set of stairs leads to a loft bedroom that overlooks the living and dining area. A queen bed is in the loft. The Tamarack has all the charm you would expect of a log cabin in the Adirondacks.
If you love the Adirondacks, you will love The Hoot Owl Lodge. Owners Tonyand Kelly fell in love with the area and decided to create the perfect destination for others to visit and appreciate all that this unique area has to offer. This newly renovated bed & breakfast can host up to 10 guests. Four rooms inspired by some of the area’s key attractions; rooms include the T.R. Room, The Bunk Room, The Santanoni Room, & The Harris Lake Room.
The Hoot Owl Lodge provides an intimate, relaxing atmosphere from which to enjoy our local area. Enjoy local hiking, canoeing, kayaking, horse back riding or simply relax and have enjoy a picnic lunch and the gorgeous views along the shores of the Hudson River or Harris Lake. Our local Adirondack Interpretive Centers offers outstanding opportunities to learn more about the Adirondack Park in addition to art and cultural lessons. Be sure to tour Santanoni Preserve, which was one of the first Adirondack Great camps and at the time of it’s completion was known as one of the grandest of all such camps.
Hudson River Bay House
Enjoy your stay in our newly renovated house located in the “Heart of the Adirondacks”. The house sits on two acres of land across the road from the Hudson River Bay. The property offers views of wildlife as well. We often have Canadian geese and deer near the house. Sit on the covered front porch and enjoy a quiet morning with a cup of coffee or spend the evening by the campfire. The house has a full kitchen, washer/dryer and mud room. Life jackets and fishing poles available on-site. House is walking distance to water, bike/boat rentals and ice cream stand.
Winter activities include: snowmobiling, skiing (downhill and cross country), skating, fishing, and snowshoeing.
Fall activities: come enjoy the beautiful fall foliage, hunting, fishing, biking and hiking
Summer activities: boating, fishing, swimming, hiking, biking, and horseback riding
518-588-6922 or 518-588-6918
Located in the “Heart of the Adirondacks,” in the Town of Newcomb, this camp is central to all the Adirondacks have to offer. Minutes from the Adirondack Museum and a short drive to the Natural History Museum of the Adirondacks, one hour from the Olympic Village of Lake Placid, next door to the the Adirondack Interpretive Center and Great Camp Santanoni, your day will be filled with activities. Golfers can enjoy the new and acclaimed High Peaks Golf Course, only a short drive away.
This secluded camp is on the west branch of the upper Hudson River headwaters. It is moderately priced yet has the amenities you would expect to pay much more for.