A wide range of rental properties are available for an Adirondack vacation, from small, inexpensive places to glorious Adirondack camps that are rather pricey. Check the website below for a sampling.
Nepotism alert: The owner of this rental agency is my grandmother's sister's daughter's son!
Rental prices vary dramatically depending on the location and size.
225-400 per night. Weekly rates also available.
Another Adirondack Camp hotel, downright cheap compared to The Point (but that's a pretty lofty benchmark). The Wawbeek consists of several buildings from an old camp. The old hotel burned down twenty years or so ago.
Fish Creek Pond (camping for Richie!)
Camping Fee: $16
spectacular scenery, canoeing, boating, swimming, hiking, mountain climbing, soaking in the glories of the Adirondacks. The rate for one night of camping is $16; you could spend 100 days here for the price of one night at The Point! Web site: http://www.dec.state.ny.us/website/do/camping/campgrounds/fishcreek.html
In July & August rooms & cabins are rented only by the week. For the rest of the year, nightly rates range from $110 to $205 for two people. There are cabins that accomodate 4, 6, and 8 people-- off season, the rates are very reasonable. See the chart on the web site for all the details.
This Adirondack Camp on Osgood Lake was the 1926 summer White House. You can sleep in President Coolidge's bedroom (photo at left). See their web site for info and some great photographs.
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