Located within the“Blue Line” that marks the border of the Adirondack Park
Huttopia Adirondacks is an all-new glamping resort located in the Lake George Region of Adirondack Park, just one hour from Albany, 2.5 hours due south of Montreal and and 3.5 hours due north of New York City. Nestled into the base of Kenyon Mountain and spread out over nearly 300 acres of woodlands – and surrounded by thousands more – our first resort in New York State features all the signature elements of Huttopia: a beautiful location in the heart of nature, accommodations designed for casual comfort in the company of family and friends, and wonderful amenities such as freshly prepared meals made to order, a coffee bar, local craft beverages and French wine, and plenty of activities available on-site and nearby.
Located within the“Blue Line” that marks the border of the Adirondack Park
The gorgeous views over the surrounding forests from the main lodge
The proximity to the famous village of Lake George and its attractions
The ideal Basecamp…
Your comfortable Huttopia wood and canvas tent is your home away from home and basecamp for daily adventures. There are hiking trails, fishing, a large heated pool, playground, and more just waiting to be explored. Enjoy a delicious meal at our bistro or pick up supplies for s’mores at our camp store – we’ve got everything you need. At night, gather around your outdoor fire pit and enjoy the stars through the trees as the perfect close to the day.
… to explore the Adirondacks
Huttopia Adirondacks is convenient to a lot of nearby attractions as well, so you have lots of options for adventure. The Adirondack Park is made up of six million acres of public and private land ready for you to explore by car or motorcycle, on foot or a bike, and in a kayak or canoe. Within the “Blue Line” that marks the border of the park you’ll also find amusement parks, historical sites from the American Revolution as well as the 1980 Olympics, local arts and crafts, and other options to capture your imagination and fill your spirits.
Just 4 miles away is Lake George Village with fun for the whole family, including Million Dollar Beach, steamboat cruises, Fort William Henry, and plenty of other attractions. Opportunities for mountain biking, whitewater rafting, tubing and hiking abound!
This is Glamping in the Adirondacks
Woods and water, games, entertainment…
All of our services and facilities for an easy stay
We love the Adirondacks…
Heated swimming pool
Activities & entertainment
79 ready-to-camp tents
“Glamping” can mean different things to different people, so here’s what it means to us: Unique wood frame and canvas tents inspired by the French-Canadian trappers (who, by the way, were some of the first outsiders to visit the Adirondacks) and built for modern comfort, including electricity, real beds, bathrooms, showers, camp kitchens and more, depending on the option you choose. The way we see it, glamping is about being comfortable and connected to the great outdoors while enjoying the company of others, and the Adirondacks is a perfect place for it.
OUR LARGE TENTS FOR FRIENDS AND FAMILIES
Up to 5 people | 425 sq. ft.
Our Trappeur tent offers families the comforts of home like electricity, a kitchenette, a bathroom and a large enclosed deck with an outdoor lounge area.
Kitchenette | 2 bedrooms | Wood stove | Electricity | Bathroom | BBQ
Up to 5 people | 350 sq. ft.
Our Canadienne was inspired by the lifestyle of trappers in far Northern Canada. The little sister of the Trappeur, it has a kitchenette and electricity for a comfortable stay.
Kitchenette | 2 bedrooms | Electricity | Shared Bathroom
OUR DUOS FOR A ROMANTIC STAY
Up to 2 People | 425 sq. ft.
Our Trappeur Duo is a spacious and extremely comfortable option created exclusively for couples looking for a romantic getaway in the heart of nature.
ADA : Select the Trappeur Duo Queen for accessible accommodation.
1 bedroom | Electricity | Bathroom | BBQ | Cooking equipment
TRAPPEUR DUO NATURE
Up to 2 People | 425 sq. ft.
Our Trappeur Duo Nature tents are ideal for couples looking to get closer to nature and each other in a comfortable wood frame and canvas tent with a real king or queen size bed. The “Nature” part of the name means there is no electricity, but handy battery powered lights cast a warm glow inside and a private dry flush (composting) toilet offers added convenience.
1 bedroom | BBQ | Cooking equipment | Composting toilet | Solar power
Parking: What You Need to Know
A signature element of Huttopia glamping resorts is central parking areas located away from your accommodations so that guests can enjoy their surroundings and their experience peacefully and safely. Wheeled carts are available in all parking lots for the convenient unloading and loading of your things. We want all of our guests to enjoy the sights and sounds of nature during their stay, and not having vehicle noise or headlights close by makes a big difference.
THE HUTTOPIA EXPERIENCE
Eco-friendly shower amenities
Provided by Public Goods
Linens are included
Sheets and towels
Pets are welcome
For an additional fee
We sell wood on site
Baby Kit rental
Down and feather blankets
To keep warm under canvas
Our central lodge, tucked into the hillside, is the main public gathering place at the heart of Huttopia Adirondacks and where you’ll find our bistro, camp store, and plenty of places to relax and unwind. When you first arrive, this is where our friendly staff will check you in and make sure you’re ready for a great stay. With a screened-in patio as well as an outdoor deck, and a view overlooking the pool, the central lodge is a popular spot all day long – and it’s well stocked with comfortable Adirondack chairs (naturally), games, books, foosball and ping pong tables, and more.
Wake up to fresh crepes made to order every morning!
Fresh crepes are available every morning to enjoy at our bistro inside the central lodge or to take with you back to your tent. Our breakfast menu includes a variety of traditional morning favorites as well. Fresh coffee, fruit juices, smoothies, espressos, lattes and more are available, too.
At lunchtime, take a break from the pool or hiking for a hearty sandwich, soup or salad, or share a snack. We also feature handmade brick-over pizzas for lunch and dinner, so if you don’t want to cook at your tent, there’s always a tasty option waiting for you.
Looking for ideas for activities or day trips? Need the inside scoop on local attractions? How about some help with supplies? You’ll find all the answers from our helpful staff at the reception desk!
Huttopia Camp Store
Our camp store features a carefully curated selection of supplies to make your visit extra special, including camping essentials, snacks, desserts and drinks. Pick up some s’mores supplies for the campfire, or a souvenir of your Huttopia experience. Guests love our sweatshirts and t-shirts that you can only get at our camp stores, as well as items like enamelware camp coffee mugs!
Baby Kits Rentals
Free WiFi in Common Areas
Linens and Towels in Guest Quarters
Additional Cleaning Services
Less than 15 minutes drive from the resort, you’ll find banks, grocery stores, pharmacies and other amenities in the towns of Lake George and Queensbury.
Take a dip in our large heated pool or just lounge poolside and enjoy a fresh smoothie from our bistro. Take part into fun activities for the kids and grown ups alike, or explore the surrounding forest by foot. There is always something fun to do at Huttopia Adirondacks…
Discover our large heated pool surrounded by trees. Open all season !
The whole family can enjoy the heated swimming pool, including a paddling pool for little ones.
Stretch out on one of the sun loungers around the pool. What better way to cool off after a day of hiking and having fun as a family?
Check out our calendar of free activities in the main lodge for a wide variety of options all summer long. From weekly outdoor yoga and crafts to live music and special events for kids, there is always something happening here.
There is plenty to see, do and explore at Huttopia Adirondacks! Explore your surroundings, including Berry Pond Brook and Berry Pond Preserve, a 1,400-acre nature preserve with well-marked trails that lead to views of Lake George from the resort.
Kids have a lot to explore at Huttopia Adirondacks, and because vehicles are restricted to central parking lots, kids can do it all safely. From exploring nature trails, riding bikes and playing on the playground to swimming in the heated pool, enjoying structured Kids’ Club activities, as well as foosball, ping pong and more, there is always something to do. Our main lodge is stocked with board games, too, so there are plenty of opportunities to have fun rain or shine.
The Adirondack Park, 6.1 million acres of outdoor fun
There simply couldn’t be a more perfect place for our first Huttopia resort in New York State than the Adirondacks. At 6.1 million acres, the Adirondack Park is the largest protected region in the continental United States, and features terrain that ranges from lowland valleys and rivers to the High Peaks. And there is no gate or cost of admission to enter the park.
Our central location in the Lake George Region of the Adirondacks places us an easy 2.5 hour drive from Montreal and 3.5 hour drive from both New York City and Boston. We’re also only 4 miles from Lake George Village – a popular vacation destination for generations.
So Much To See
The Adirondacks cover more area than the state of Vermont, so there is a lot to explore. The Lake George Region, where Huttopia Adirondacks is located, features something for everyone – the majesty of Lake George and the surrounding mountains, the thrill of rides at Six Flags Great Escape & Hurricane Harbor, historic sites from the French and Indian War as well as the Revolutionary War, and more.
A short drive north is the Lake Placid Region and the High Peaks, where you can hike the highest mountains in the state and explore the site of the 1980 Olympics. Travel to the top of the ski jumps for an unbeatable view, take a ride in a bobsled on part of the actual 1980 course, watch future world champions complete in world cup events, and see the rink where the famous “Miracle on Ice” took place when the U.S. Hockey Team beat the Russians. Further west is Adirondack Experience, the Museum on Blue Mountain Lake, which brings the history of the region to life through fascinating exhibits and hands-on experiences.
Fill youself with History and visit this famous fort to experience the history of the French & Indian War ! Popular attraction in Lake George.
Drive up the 5.5 miles of the Prospect Mountain Veterans Memorial Highway and reach the 2,030′ summit for the spectacular 100-miles panoramic view of the Adirondacks.
Established in 1817, the Lake George Steamboat Company has been operating on Lake George for over 200 years. It is an iconic experience, perfect for families or friends!
Beyond the Blue Line
The “Blue Line” is what locals call the border of the Adirondack Park, and while Huttopia Adirondacks is located inside the Blue Line, there is plenty to see just south of its borders as well.
Just 30 minutes from Huttopia Adirondacks is Saratoga Springs, which first became famous for its mineral water but now is also known for its summer music festivals, thoroughbred racing and polo, as well as numerous restaurants and shops lining it’s walking-friendly downtown. August is the height of the season, but there is something for everyone all year long.