The Gilded Age was defined by its opulence and industry – and the Lake Placid Club was a Gilded Age resort like none other.
Create experiences in historic, upstate New York
Gilded Age Accommodations
Enjoy an area founded by Melville Dewey (founder of the Dewey Decimal System used in libraries) as well as the American Library Association, where the Lake Placid Club was a leading summer resort of the time, spanning 10,000 acres with over 300 buildings.
A Year-Round Activities Destination
Steps from the Wolf Jaw Lodge is Mirror Lake, which offers year-round recreation and scenic beauty. In summer, enjoy a safe place to swim with a lifeguard on duty, canoeing and kayaking. In winter, the lake comes alive with ice skaters and pond hockey tournaments.
Kayak in the summer, ski in the winter
Book Your Adventure
Our lodges offer one of the best places to stay in Upstate New York and provides the perfect location for relaxing apres-ski or for luxuriating after a day of hiking in the Adirondack Mountains.
Each Lake Placid Club Lodge sleeps 8 people, spans two stories, and features a master bath with a Jacuzzi tub and sauna.
The perfect location for adventure or to relax.
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