New Diners for two.
The lodge opened January 2nd, 2020.
We are now open for dine-in service. You may dine inside or outside.
We have a screened-in porch area and upper deck with gorgeous views of the lake and mountains,
Our beautiful Bar is open also,stop in and say hello!!!
We offer year round glamping Adirondack style.
Thursday: 5 pm - 8pm
Friday: 12 pm - 9 pm
Saturday: 12 pm - 9 pm
We will be closed July 24 for a wedding.
Start your Adirondack Adventure with us.
So have you heard of glamping? Something so new that spell check tries to auto correct the word. If you are over lugging around tents, sleeping bags, and camping gear, and would like to simply focus on the location and all it has to offer, you've found the perfect spot. The Lake Harris Lodge will offer four private glamping sites on beautiful Lake Harris. Newcomb is one of the hottest spots for camping in the Adirondacks. The State run Lake Harris Public Campground and Day Use Area is typically filled to capacity from opening to closing days. If you would prefer a more serene camping experience with less fuss, then this experience is waiting for you. And it will be offered year-round. So you hearty souls who would enjoy this during the winter to snowshoe or hike the surrounding winter trails... this is the sublime way to end your day. Perhaps you would enjoy a hike or bike into the Great Camp Santanoni, play some golf, paddle the upper Hudson River, go to a museum, and finish the day in comfort at the new Lake Harris Lodge Dining room and Tavern. Its a perfect fit for a leisurely style of enjoying our fresh air, scenery, trails, campfires, and all the amenities of camping without the backbreaking work. Your private luxurious bathroom, a bed with sheets and comforters, a dresser for your clothes, and a stove to ward the chill away. Sounds dreamy... doesn't it?
Glamping is a portmanteau of "glamorous" and "camping", and describes a style of camping with amenities and, in some cases, resort-style services not usually associated with "traditional" camping. Glamping has become particularly popular with 21st-century tourists seeking the luxuries of hotel accommodation alongside "the escapism and adventure recreation of camping"