Camp Wildwood is optimally located on the highly desirable Lower St. Regis Lake. The St. Regis lakes host several Adirondack Great Camps. The St. Regis Yacht Club, founded in 1897, hosts sailing regattas throughout the summer, including the unique St. Regis "Idem" sailboats.
Wildwood is part of an original great camp constructed circa 1895. Craftsmen rebuilt the shingle style main lodge in 2009-2010. The compound consists of several sleeping cottages, a game cabin (which includes air hockey, foosball, bumper pool and ping pong), detached office cottage, garage (with indoor basketball), boathouse (with kayaks, a canoe and a paddleboard), substantial main lodge and approximately 200 feet of waterfront.
The main lodge accommodates 10 people and the two sleeping cottages with full bathrooms can accommodate 6, for a total capacity of 16 people.
The main lodge includes a living room, kitchen, dining room, master suite, guest bedroom, and two bunkrooms - all overlooking the lake - and four full bathrooms. The custom kitchen features marble slap countertops, tiger maple center island and bar countertop, two dishwashers, a gas range, two refrigerators and microwave. The main lodge also includes indoor and outdoor stone fireplaces and two screened decks overlooking the lake.
The full camp is available for $9,500 per week in the high season and $8,500 per week in the shoulder season and the main lodge (sleeps 10) alone is available for $6,500 per week in the high season and $5,500 per week in the shoulder season. Camp Wildwood is conveniently located only minutes away from the Mt. St. Regis trailhead and the trail network at the Paul Smith's Visitors' Interpretative Center.