I can only comment on the Inn rooms. They are fairly small. One person with luggage basically fills it up. Two people will be cramped. The bathrooms are small, too. Small, but functional. You go to the Elk Lake Lodge to savor the rustic Adirondack experience. Don't go the Lodge expecting the Waldorf Astoria and you won't be disappointed.
It's a 4-mile drive on an unpaved road from the main road to the Lodge. To give you an idea of how big their property is. 12,000 acres. The views from the dock and the dining room are breathtaking. You are looking straight into the High Peaks region of the Adirondacks. Trailheads to several High Peaks dot the property. Abundant canoes & kayaks are available to explore Elk Lake and search for loons. Waves, if any, will only come from the wind. No motors allowed on Elk Lake.
Breakfast, dinner, and a trail lunch are included in the daily price. Considering how small the resort's capacity is (40 guests max), I don't consider it expensive. 40 guests enjoying 12,000 acres and a private lake. Plus, unlike other resorts, they don't charge a premium for single occupancy. If you're solo, you actually only pay 1/2 the daily rate. A bargain, in my opinion!
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- Also Known As:
- Elk Lake Hotel North Hudson