JUNE 20 TO SEPTEMBER 5
Weekly: 7 nights
Daily: 6 nights or less
ADULTS: per person
Cabin with Bath $1422/weekly $237/daily
3rd or 4th Adult $1044/weekly $174/daily
(in same cabin)
Cabin without Bath $1062/weekly $177/daily
(trail john located nearby)
CHILDREN: per person
Under 2 n/c
2 to 7 $612/weekly $102/daily
8 to 11 $876/weekly $146/daily
12 to 17 $1038/weekly $173/daily
Service charge of 12% added to bill (no individual tipping).
Rates subject to 8% NYS Hamilton County sales tax.
Three meals daily, picnic lunches on request, coffee & tea anytime, all bedding, towels, port-a-cribs, canoes, rowboats, kayaks, sailboats, windsurfers, paddleboards, waterskiing Sunday afternoon, archery, children’s play area, beach toys, tennis, pickle ball, frisbee golf, volleyball, basketball, sports field, hiking trails, guided trips, lake cruises, campfires, evening programs, supervised wood shop, adult lodge, children’s play lodge.
The weekly total (before tip and tax) for each cabin reserved must be equal to or greater than the cabin minimum. If you do not meet the minimum you can elect to pay the difference or select a smaller cabin.
– Greenwood, Hemlock 2A 3C $4680
– Tamarack, Driftwood, Big Rock 2A 2C $4068
– Balsam, Treehouse, Birchwood 2A 2C $4068
– Nassau, Redwood or Popple 2A 1 C $3456
– Pine, Maple, Spruce, Cedar, Hunters 2A $2844
FULL WEEKS ONLY
10% – June 20 to June 27
10% – June 27 to July 4
GROUPS of 15 or more
15% – June 20 to July 4 ONLY
5% off your bill and 5% off referred parties’ bill.
Outboard Motors: $50/half day, $85/day, $340/week
Waterskiing: $125/hr (other than “ski day” on Sundays when there’s no additional charge for guests to ski)
Horseback Riding: trailside $32/ride, 5+ rides $28/ride
Private lesson: $25/half hr, Pinnacle Mt. ride $85/ride
You must sign a waiver to ride.
Woodshop: variable charges for materials
$1000 per week for cabin with bath.
$500 per week for cabin without bath.
Before February 1: Full refund less $50 office fee.
After February 1: No refund unless we fill the space.
The balance of your reservation is due on departure for all days reserved and is not refundable for weather or any other reason. Credit cards accepted.
For 2021 accepted from February 1, 2020.
50% of deposit due with reservation. Balance of deposit due the following year.
If the week you requested is full, consider putting your name on the wait list. Since many guests reserve far in advance there are often changes and spaces open up.
SEPTEMBER 17 to 27
A wonderful time of year in the Adirondacks. The tinge of color is just beginning, nights are cool and the smell of wood smoke is in the air. The days can be just delightful with the lake still warm enough for swimming and canoeing. Hiking is at its best with fewer people on the trails and views of the changing forest. Loons are often seen congregating on the larger lakes before migration. Other animals are more visible as they gather food in preparation for winter. All accommodations are in cabins with bath. If you are into antiques and rustic furniture, there are excellent local events happening on the weekends.
We are open every day from September 17 – 27.
TALL TALES & FALL FOODS Fri. Sept. 18 to Sun. Sept. 20
Join us for a weekend of storytelling and a special menu featuring local and regional fall foods prepared by Chef Mary and her team.
Learn how to develop a story of your own, share one you have already prepared or just listen. Workshop leader Sue Schmidt will facilitate sessions in a low-key, casual atmosphere.
Sue Schmidt is a standup comic, storyteller, “Moth” StorySLAM winner, host, and regional producer. She is also the founder of “Say It Forward Productions”, a storytelling performance collaborative that raises funds for non-profit organizations.
PAINTING WORKSHOP Thurs. Sept. 24 to Sat. Sept. 26
Sarah Yeoman will teach on Friday, September 25 and Saturday, September 26 from 9am – 3pm
Featuring local artist and instructor, Sarah Yeoman. Come learn the basics or get pointers if you are more experienced. Sarah’s gift for teaching all levels combined with the inspiring site and camaraderie make for a memorable experience.
Afternoons to enjoy all that Timberlock has to offer including boating, hiking or just relaxing and enjoying the spectacular views.
Cost $169 per night per person (includes cabin with a bath, three delicious meals daily*).
*Artist fee of $75 per day for those participating in painting.
Deposit $50 per person.
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