The Lodge is now the oldest operating family lodge in the 6 million acre Adirondack Park. Beginning in 1886 and spanning 4 generations, we have lived through the early pioneering days, the Cure Cottages period and the birth of the Grand Hotel era.
Our area too was one of the original destinations founded in large part by the connecting waterways from the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean. Native Americans, sportsmen, the Adventurer, those that came for the cure gave this area a rich and interesting history from Einstein who visited the Lodge to philosophers, gangsters, musicians and the hilarious tales of the urbanite traveler. Join Ernest Hohmeyer or a guest speaker for storytelling, trivia and tall tales.
A workshop filled with unique Adirondack perspectives. In addition to the stories of an 1886 Adirondack lodge that was a trading post, post office and inn, co-owner Ernest Hohmeyer’s professional career of over 30 years has been involved with Adirondack Park sustainability initiatives. He has received numerous federal and state awards including a Presidential citation and brings a unique perspective on organizational and community sustainability.