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White Pine Camp Informació


The Great Room: The social retreat of an Adirondack Great Camp is the Great Room, a rustically grandiose meeting place for formal and informal activities. White Pine Camp's Great Room is available to guests at all times and provides a comfortable setting with furnishings typical of the era, including stick furniture, leather couches and decorative taxidermy. Firewood in the huge flagstone fireplace is always laid for guests to light at their leisure. The Overlook: Under a canopy of cathedral pines and overlooking the Japanese Tea House and Osgood Pond is the Overlook. With its expansive vintage red tile patio, pergola, Adirondack furniture and fire pit, the Overlook is a popular spot for a lunch time picnic, late afternoon cocktails or an evening campfire with s'mores. The Bowling Alley: Part of the Addison Mizner architectural design, the bowling alley was added to the game room in 1911. Yes, the set-your-own-pins bowling alley is still functioning and is much enjoyed by guests young and old. It also boasts a large stone fireplace, pool table and intimate back porch with incredible sunset views of Osgood Pond. Japanese Tea House: Much coveted by the wealthy ladies of the Great Camps was a Japanese Tea House on an island. Olive White, wife of the original owner, was determined to have one as well. Today the Tea House is one of the most sought-after photo subjects in the Adirondacks. Our guests enjoy unlimited use of the Tea House island as a quiet getaway,

The Builders At the turn of the twentieth century, much of the St. Regis Lakes area was owned by Paul Smith lumber baron, inn keeper, and raconteur. Many of Smith’s prominent hotel guests subsequently purchased lakefront property from Smith to build their own summer homes, or camps, as they came to be known. One such buyer was Archibald S. White, a prominent New York banker, and his socialite wife, Olive. The Whites purchased 35 acres covered with white and red pine trees overlooking what then was called Lake Osgood. In 1907 White commissioned New York architect William Massarene to design his Adirondack camp, just a short boat ride from Paul Smith’s Hotel. Ben Muncil, the region’s unschooled master camp builder, was the contractor. White also hired interior designer and architect Addison Mizner to work on furnishings and decor and design several additions and alterations. White Pine Camp was one of Mizner’s first commissions. He went on to become one of America’s leading architects and the visionary behind the development of Boca Raton, Florida.


  • Casaments i festes privades
  • Internet alta velocitat
  • WIFI
  • Instal-lacions esportives
  • Venda de forfets
  • Zona de platja privada
  • Sala de jocs
  • Cuina / cuina americana
  • Llar de foc exterior
  • Terrassa per prendre el sol


  • Aparcament a l'establiment
  • Aparcament gratuït

Activitats i experiències

  • Camp de bàdminton
  • Billar / Snooker
  • Observació d'aus
  • Navegació
  • Bolera
  • Piragüisme
  • Ciclisme
  • Pesca
  • Pesca amb mosca
  • Caiac
  • Ciclisme de muntanya
  • Museus / galeries
  • Ràfting
  • Escalada
  • Tennis taula
  • Voleibol
  • Caminant
  • Activitats aquàtiques
  • Aventura
  • Activitats de platja
  • Cuina
  • Croquet
  • Diversió familiar
  • Sala de Fitness
  • Festes de grup
  • Museus de ciència/història
  • Esports de muntanya
  • Refugi
  • Esquí alpí
  • Vida salvatge
  • Esquí de fons


  • Entrada
    16:00 (Recepció oberta 24 hores)
  • Sortida
  • Política Infantil
    Admet infants i nens
  • Política de fumadors
    No fumar
  • Parties Allowed
    Parties not allowed
  • Quiet Hours
    Quiet hours between 22:00 and 08:00
Termes i condicions de reserva

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