Live, eat, sleep, learn and play in a Great Camp…
Starting at $350 per person per night
39, Garnet Hill Road Section 1, Town of Johnsburg, Warren County, New York, 12853, United States
Starting at $200 per room per night
Nestled in the mountains of upstate New York, near the Hudson River and Gore Mountain, this four-season Adirondack hotel and resort is a refuge from the pace and pressure of everyday life. The rustic environment invites you to step back to more tranquil times. In the winter, they’re a premiere center for Adirondack cross country skiing and snowshoeing. In the spring, summer and fall they provide access to a wide range of warm weather activities including hiking, swimming, paddling, mountain biking, disc golf, yoga, whitewater rafting and a host of local attractions.
Unique Features: In fall the beautiful Adirondack scenery surrounding the Lodge is at its best. As the leaves turn color, hiking in the surrounding mountains and forests is magical and the views from the Log House looking out over the mountains and Thirteenth Lake are nothing short of spectacular.
Accommodations: The main Log House includes 16 guest rooms, with nine Balcony Rooms offering stunning mountain and lake views, and seven Standard Rooms, offering comfortable and cozy accommodations with easy restaurant access. All rooms feature newly renovated bathrooms with glass showers, white marble and rustic accents, which compliment the natural wood tones in the guest rooms. Located a short distance from the Log House, the Tea House and Birches Cottages offer more spacious accommodations than the Log House. These rooms are ideal for families or groups.
As Suite As It Gets: When looking for breathtaking views, go for the Log House Balcony Rooms. These rooms are stylish and comfortable, blending Adirondack woodwork with newly renovated bathrooms featuring bath/shower tubs. With in-room A/C, fans and sliding doors that open to let in the mountain breeze, these rooms are comfortable year-round. Treat yourself to the perfect Adirondack getaway.
Dining: The Log House Restaurant at Garnet Hill Lodge is committed to a delicious and well-rounded menu with a modern presentation that incorporates fresh and locally sourced ingredients whenever possible. The menus offer something for everyone and feature innovative preparation of classic dishes. Enjoy wonderful views of the mountains and pristine Thirteenth Lake from the Log House or trailside dining at the Bobcat Bar and Grill, only open seasonally.
Activities: The Outdoor Center is a year-round activity hub for wilderness adventure. The friendly and well informed staff will help you along with any of your outdoor activities, be it paddling, hiking, mountain biking, disc golf, back country or on piste skiing, snowshoeing and more. Sitting on the edge of the Siamese Ponds Wilderness Area, and with private access to pristine Thirteenth Lake, the resort boasts some of the best outdoor sports and activities that the Adirondacks have to offer.
Spa & Fitness: There is no on-site spa or fitness center, but with all of the amazing outdoor activities and fresh air, you won’t need them. Go canoeing or kayaking with one of the boats in the fleet and explore the many quiet and interesting spots along Thirteenth Lake’s pristine and totally uninhabited shores. You can choose from one- or two-person canoes and kayaks, only available to Lodge guests. Loons and beavers are regular inhabitants of the lake as are osprey, eagles and hawks.
Location: North River is a hamlet in the Town of Johnsburg, in Upstate New York, within the Adirondack Mountains. It is located on the upper Hudson River five miles north of the hamlet of North Creek in Warren County, on the northern border with Hamilton County. Historically, it was one of the centers of the New York State garnet industry. The last remaining garnet mine in New York is located in North River. The hardest garnets in the world come from the Adirondacks and are still in demand.
Closest Airport: The nearest major airport is Adirondack Regional Airport (SLK / KSLK). This airport has domestic flights from Saranac Lake, New York and is 79 miles from the center of North River, NY. Another major airport is Albany International Airport (ALB / KALB), which has domestic flights from Albany, New York and is 83 miles from North River, NY.
Children’s Programs: Although they welcome your children, they do not have any supervised children’s programs.
Pet Friendly: No. Pets are not allowed at this property. However, we do have an Airbnb, located in the Garnet Hill community and a short drive from our Lodge, were dogs are allowed.
Weddings: Yes. Garnet Hill Lodge is the Adirondack wedding venue you have been searching for! An intimate and romantic lodge with spectacular lake and mountain views, a spacious lawn, stunning outdoor events pavilion, and a cozy yet elegant Log House dining room, all combine to create an unforgettable wedding weekend. Situated on over 600 beautiful acres, surrounded by thousands of acres of protected wilderness and overlooking the pristine Thirteenth lake, Garnet Hill is the perfect setting for a wedding of any size – and in any season.
Meetings: Yes. Garnet Hill Lodge, a true four-season destination resort, is a unique meeting facility away from the interruptions and distractions of city life. At Garnet Hill, they know that successful meetings depend on having comfortable, relaxed surroundings and team focus. Your corporate group will enjoy unparalleled access to outdoor activities while setting new goals, team building, or reviewing a successful year. Our recently completed conference room is the ideal space to reconnect with your team, host meetings, brainstorm, and so much more.
Extra Info: In addition to the standard activities, the resort can arrange for numerous off-site activities, including whitewater rafting, railbiking and guided hunting and fishing. Garnet Hill Lodge maintains a fleet of canoes and kayaks for the use of guests, along with paddles and life jackets. They also have a fleet of mountain bikes and e-bikes available for guests and local visitors to rent. During midday hours in the summertime, approximately 11 am to 6 pm, they have a beach attendant on duty to help you put-in and take-out your boat, getting it from the boat rack to the lake and back.