Dry Island - Adirondack resort-"Camp Dakota" on Upper Saranac Lake

Dry Island, a 12-acre private Adirondack luxury great camp(Camp Dakota), log cabin & boathouse, is located off the North Shore of Upper Saranac Lake. Often described as the "crown jewel" of the Adirondack Lakes. A rustic and luxurious retreat with accommodations and lodging available for your group of 10+ people to sleep.

The owner's staff of a Boatman, Chef, and Housekeeper is at your service along with use of our
14 boats (Canoes, kayaks, ski boats,
1920's runabouts, sailboats, & silent electric cruising boats),
a boat driver, guide, housekeeper,
chef, unlimited wine and liquor, and snacks.
Fuel is included in the rental,
and picnic lunches furnished whenever desired.

(Note: Rental is all-inclusive for up to ten people,
but only includes food for four.)
It is rented Memorial Day through Columbus Day for $24,000 per week.

Rates: Entire Island with staff: $4,000 per night (3 night minimum). Full week, 7 days, 6 nights is $24,000.
The per person add on for additional adults (Over the first two) is $400.00 per person per night.

For children (Over the first two) it is $200.00 per child per night. Child rates are from age 6-12. Children under age of six are free.
15% gratuity is extra.

If you book for the week and you are unable to stay the entire time, you may return on a mutually agreed upon date to use the balance of your vacation at no extra charge.

Special offer: Reserve your stay at Dry Island by using the contact form below and receive one year free ad for your family friendly business on this website. Contact me Ron Mitchell for details at 585-473-0634 before you reserve your spot. It's important that you call, first.

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