Rustic Cabin Retreat Nestled in the Forest near Lake Placid, New YorkLake Placid, New York (United States)
Rustic Cabin Retreat Nestled in the Forest near Lake Placid, New York
The inviting living area is the perfect spot to relax after an adventure-filled day. The kitchen is equipped with everything guests might need to feel at home, including a stove and oven, a microwave, a coffeemaker, and a refrigerator and freezer. Guests can enjoy their meals around a formal wooden dining table with seating for four. Outside, guests will find a scenic picnic area with a fire pit.
- Bunk bed
- Dining table
- Cooking basics
- Lounge/Living room
- Dining room
- Fire pit
Location + Surroundings
For dining, wildlife museums, shopping, visits to the Olympic venues, and entertainment options, guests can head to the villages of Lake Placid and Saranac Lake. South of the property, guests can explore the nearby High Peaks Wilderness, home to Algonquin Peak, Mount Marcy, and Seward Mountain. To the north, guests can trek through the McKenzie Mountain Wilderness and Sentinel Range Wilderness Area.
- Winter sports
- Horseback riding
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Wildlife watching
Surrounded by the majestic Adirondack region and its spectacular mountain landscape, guests will have a multitude of options for outdoor recreation and adventure. Hundreds of miles of marked wilderness trails and New York’s highest peaks are within easy reach of the property. Guests can explore by hiking, paddling, or cycling through the scenic landscape. The region's numerous lakes and hundreds of miles streams and rivers are ideal for fishing, boating, paddling, and even whitewater rafting. At the property, guests can head to Heart Lake for a beach day with options for canoes, kayaks, and paddleboard rentals.
In colder months, the area is transformed into a winter wonderland ideal for snow sports. Miles of backcountry trails offer endless exploring for backcountry skiing and snowshoeing. Nearby Nordic centers provide miles of groomed trails for cross-country skiing and Whiteface Mountain Ski Resort, one of the top-ranked ski resorts in the Northeast, is only a 20-minute drive. Other popular wintertime activities include ice skating on the nearby Olympic Oval, ice climbing, and ice fishing on nearby lakes. Guests visiting in the fall can catch observe the breathtaking Adirondack foliage.
The area is home a number of Olympic venues including the Olympic Jumping Complex and the Lake Placid Bobsled Experience. Other options include Adirondack-themed mini-golf courses, the Adirondack Experience Zip Line, disc golf, and horseback riding. High Falls Gorge is another great option featuring multiple waterfalls and glass walkways.
Adults will have plenty of options for playtime nearby as well, including a flourishing craft brewery scene. Those seeking a little retail therapy will have a plethora of options along main street Lake Placid. The Adirondacks are steeped in history and offer a number of museums to discover, such as the John Brown Farm, The Wild Center, and the Adirondack Museum. There are frequent festivals, concerts, and events held in the area, so guests should be sure to check the calendar during their stay.
Check-in: 02:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
No Pets allowed
Pets are not permitted.