Prospect Point Cottages in Blue Mountain Lake New York
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Host: Betty Liddle

Cottages: 17

Address: Route 28, Post Office Box 113, Blue Mountain Lake, NY 12812 USA

Telephone: (518) 352-7378

Fax: (518) 352-7677

Activities/Attractions: At Prospect Point, there is no regimen or set time; instead, an atmosphere of relaxation and warmth pervades. When you're feeling adventurous, we'll supply you with a map of nearby hiking trails, or point you to some of our favorite canoe haunts.

  • We have a fleet of canoes, rowboats and paddle boats guests are welcome to use
  • Or you can rent a power boat from the livery or outfitters a short walk up the road
  • Several lovely golf courses are 10 minutes from your cabin
  • Tennis is right in town
  • The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, a regional treasure, hosts concerts, classes, plays and exhibits
  • Not to be missed, the renowned Adirondack Museum - called "the best of its kind in the world" by the NY Times - is just across the lake
  • You can take a tour of "Great Camp Sagamore" - the incomparable northwoods retreat of the Vanderbilts (14 miles away)
  • Enjoy a romantic sightseeing or dinner cruise aboard the W W Durant on nearby Raquette Lake

"One of the most attractive ... of the many resorts in the Adirondacks is this beautiful spot at the foot of Blue Mountain, on the shores of the lake ... a magnificent prospect is stretched out, commanding a wide and sweeping range of the surrounding scenery." - The New York Times, Thursday, August 9th, 1883

I also have lived in "Arcadia" may he well repeat who has basked in the loveliness of this place, for the poet's dream seems here to be realized. On a point of land stretching far out into the lake ... the scene that spreads out before the visitor is one in which the elements of beauty and grandeur so mingle and blend that one knows not which epithet to apply ... " - The Home Journal, Wednesday, May 28th, 1884

One of the loveliest lakes in all the Adirondacks is dark, spring-fed Blue Mountain Lake." - The New York State Handbook

"Blue Mountain Lake - Close to being the ultimate in Adirondack eye appeal." - The National Geographic Magazine

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"Where the brain weary can rest in a very lacustrian paradise of more than sylvan beauty ... " - The Knickerbocker, June 16, 1883

"Perhaps the most beautiful of Adirondack waters." - North Country Life

"Unsurpassed in loveliness" - Appleton's Tourist Guide, 1885

"Prospect Point: Surely, this is a spot for mortals to seek!" - Outing Magazine, August, 1888

General Information: Prospect Point Cottages is nestled on the shores of Blue Mountain Lake, a crown jewel of the magnificent Adirondack Park of New York State, with a view of the lake and mountains you'll never forget. Prospect Point is right on the water - no need to cross any highways to reach our beautiful 150 foot sandy beach!

  • All our cottages boast large picture windows and porches overlooking the lake
  • Most cottages have been completely renovated and feature cathedral ceilings, skylights, and are wheelchair friendly
  • Some units have fireplaces
  • Spectacular views on the lake
  • Private sandy beach
  • Fully equipped kitchens
  • Porch on every unit
  • All linens and bath towels
  • Cable TV, phones, free local calls, free wireless internet
  • Easy walk to town
  • Cottages are hypoallergenic;
    smoke-free and pet-free with non-feather pillows
  • New community/conference room features piano, fireplace and library

For the first time ever, we are pleased to offer the Redview for the vacation of your dreams. Steps from the water, this roomy rustic home has some of the finest views in Blue Mountain Lake - or anywhere in the world. It features a large living room/kitchen and dining area, a stone fireplace, two bedrooms, and a heated porch with two beds. Six enormous picture windows take full advantage of the remarkable location.

Payment Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, Amex.

Rates: (Prices quoted in US Dollars).

$120-$150/night - Winter
$80-$120/night - Spring
$105-$150/night - Fall
$875-$1375 weekly - Summer

"The view of Blue Mountain from the lawn or the big sandy beach is simply magnificent." - Elizabeth Folwell, The Adirondack Book

"From Prospect Point, which is close to town, but off the highway, it's an easy walk to the arts center for a concert, the boat livery for a tour of the chain of lakes, or the post office to mail those picture postcards saying 'Wish you were here." - The Adirondack Book

"I do not wonder the Indians came here to worship, it [is] so quiet, so awe-inspiring, that ‘tis almost akin to worship, to look upon the hills and listen to the murmuring of the waters." - The Sunday Herald of Baltimore, August 27th 1882

One of the loveliest spots in the world, with all the varied charms of lake and mountain scenery at their best ... " - The Boston Courier, Sunday Morning, May 31st, 1885