My boyfriend and I stayed at Camp Driftwood for four nights in June. Our cabin was called the Willow and was conveniently located just off the main road but was quietly tucked away in the surrounding woods so that we did not hear any traffic from the road. The cabin was big enough to fit 6 people. It offered us a perfect little romatic getaway. We enjoyed the outdoor firepit which was situated over a woodsy area where we roasted marshmallows on several occasions. We made BBQ each night using our own compact grill. Inside the cabin's wooden interior was a comfortable living/dining area with skylights, a wood-burning stove, a fully stocked kitchen, three bedrooms and a bathroom. The furnishings were rustic and simple. We had no problems with hot water or water pressure. The cabin was clean and we supplied our own towels and bedsheets. We used the lifejackets and rowboats supplied by the camp and went out on the lake on several occasions. The water and surrounding area was beautiful. The was also a small little island just off the camp where we rowed past. I read in one of the maps that there was a small cove nearby where you could dock your boat go on a short hike which offered gorgeous lakeside views. Unfortunately, I read about it after we went rowing and wasn't able to see it. We used the Adirondack Rafting Company about 10 minutes from the camp for our rafting excursion. The company was very professional and we had a wonderful first time rafting trip. Our guide was terrific and I highly recommend them. On our last day we went to visit Blue Mountain Lake and hiked the Castle Rock trail. For a non-hiker I found it to be moderately strenuous with rewarding views of Blue Mountain lake and its small islands. I would definately return to Camp Driftwood possibly next spring for some more relaxing and white-water rafting.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Unique cottages on 870 feet of wooded Indian Lake shoreline ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Camp Driftwood Indian Lake