White Pine Camp - Classic Adirondack Lodging

Snuggle in White Pine  Camp’s Year Around Pristine Setting and Historic Cabins.

White Pine Camp is a lovingly restored Adirondack Great Camp that once was the summer White House of President Calvin Coolidge.

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 - White Pine Camp offers a year-round restful retreat in unparalleled natural surroundings.

As a guest, you have your choice of 13 distinctive cabins and cottages with soaring roof lines, hand-built Adirondack-style furniture, stone fireplaces or wood stoves, and breathtaking views with unlimited access to all of our facilities and activities.    Two cottages are pet-friendly, and most have private porches or patios.

Bring a good book, cook up a storm, and snuggle in front of a fire in your Historic White Pine Camp cabin. When it’s time to enjoy the outdoors tour around the camp property on the beautiful and pristine paths, play in the historic bowling alley and pool hall and then warm up by lighting a fire in the great room or the tennis house. Ice Skate on Osgood pond in the camp’s maintained skating area.

Enjoy the other benefits included at no charge with winter stays:

• Unlimited day passes at Paul Smiths College Visitor Interpretative Centers Ski Trails.

• Unlimited day passes at the Paul Smiths College fitness center and  heated saline pool.

• Winter passports for each guest to enjoy ORDA’s Olympic sites in Lake Placid.

Winter Specials: Stay a 3rd night at 30% Off, a 4th night at 50%!

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432 White Pine Road
PO Box 340
Paul Smiths, 12970
(518) 327-3030

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Tuesday, April 24th, 2018
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