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Our lodges are perfect for relaxing after hiking in the Adirondack Mountains.
“An absolutely wonderful place to visit. The unit was huge and the view was amazing.”
Lake Placid Club Lodges offers the perfect getaway in the Adirondack Mountains.
Stay in our Lake Placid lodges within a short, scenic walk of expansive fairways, a vibrant downtown, great dining, entertainment, world-class skiing – the list goes on!
Why Book With Us
Our Lake Placid NY rentals are centrally located for guests who want quick access to downtown while still enjoying Lake Placid’s amenities.
A Rich History
The Lake Placid Resort Hotel is situated in one of Lake Placid’s most historic locations, featuring rustic-meets-refined townhomes reimagined for today’s travelers.
Located on the site of the former Lake Placid Club Resort, founded by Melville Dewey (founder of the Dewey Decimal System used in libraries), this location was originally conceived as a haven for intellectuals to enjoy the splendor of nature and stimulating conversation. The Club expanded as its membership increased, and at one time covered 10,000 acres, boasting 350+ buildings, its own 1,200-seat theater, library, boathouses, tennis courts, seven golf courses, several farms, and a fire department.
Sadly, the Lake Placid Club fell into disrepair and was demolished in the 1990s, but its legacy of hospitality endures at Lake Placid Accommodations.
More Than a Lake
Lake Placid is a year-round destination offering incredible outdoor recreation and storied culture that honors its Olympic and artistic legacies.
Surrounded by Nature
Experience nature’s breathtaking displays during the fall.
About Lake Placid
Lake Placid is a year-round destination offering incredible outdoor recreation and storied culture that honors its Olympic and artistic legacies. Stroll downtown to enjoy art galleries and great dining, go for a hike in the Adirondack Mountains, ski Whiteface in nearby Wilmington, or experience one of nature’s most breathtaking displays during the fall.
The Adirondack Region is a recreational paradise. In summer, explore the 46 High Peaks on foot, go for a mountain bike ride on extensive trail networks, paddle on one of the hundreds of lakes, rivers, and ponds, go boating, or simply enjoy the beauty of the area from Mirror Lake Beach.
In winter, ski the “greatest vertical drop east of the Rockies” at Whiteface Mountain or go for a cross-country ski at one of the many ski centers.