Well-known Adirondack landmark has been enjoyed by families and guests for generations. Today, it is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. A 12+ acre site along the shore of Blue Mountain Lake, it enjoys 1600 feet of prime waterfront with exceptional views across the water. The Main Lodge (circa 1880) has a captivating appeal from its embossed metal dining room ceiling, to a potpourri of memorabilia and antiques. The Stone Lodge (circa 1900) has 6 lodge rooms and a 2 bedroom suite. There are also several other significant lodges as well as multiple lakefront cabins. All buildings and improvements have been lovingly restored.