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Prospect Point Cottages - Blue Mountain Lake
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Reviewed 29 June 2013

What a wonderful little corner of the world! The setting is absolutely beautiful. The lake is pristine. The water looked so inviting, but it was just a little too cool for us to take a swim. We did take advantage of the canoes and kayaks, however, and enjoyed a paddle around the lake. There is a dock which was a lovely place to sit in the evening and enjoy the peace and quiet with a marvelous view.

As far as the town goes, there is pretty much nothing to do, which is exactly the point. This is the perfect place to get away from it all. Enjoy the lake, with swimming, fishing and boating. There is the Adirondack museum which was very interesting. Other than that, it is a very sleepy little town. Buy groceries ahead of time and take them with you. There is only a tiny little corner store which charges outrageous prices. However the full kitchen in your cabin makes it easy to prepare simple meals.

We stayed in Moose cabin which was perfect. Furnishings were very comfortable. It was spotlessly clean. The kitchen had everything we needed. There's a nice fireplace, and a porch with a view of the lake. Each cabin also has a fire pit and adirondack chairs outside. There is a library which has books and movies that you can take back to your cabin. Wi-fi was included.

The staff were very friendly and they prepared a delicious, very ample homemade breakfast each morning.

Our time here was way too short. We fell in love with the place. Don't pass up a chance to stay here.

  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled with family
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1  Thank Luckybeckyblue
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Reviewed 23 June 2013

Went first week of June. Cool but pleasant. Sun shine warmed it up. Lake too cold to swim but brought power boat and explored the lake. If you go boating get a map of the lake especially if you are using a boat and motor. There are some hidden shoals and underwater islands which can ruin your day. Other than that it is the cleanest lake in the USA. Loads of fish - smallies, lake trout (huge), salmon (immense), others. No pike or musky. You will become enchanted with this place if you have never been here before. Cottages are clean, plenty of firewood, (bring your own firestarter or kindling).
The staff is absolutely the best. Carol, Alene, and the others will treat you like royalty. If you like quiet, beautiful grounds, absolutely the best breakfast (included), rustic cottages with modern facilities, clean and perfect, you will be quite pleased. Adirondack Museum is a real treat if you like history. Hiking, fishing, (the best), wildlife, sweet clean fresh smell of the mountains, camping, boating, or just plain chillin out. I give it ten stars. If you like excitement and noise this is not the place for you. The Aidrondacks are wild and incredibly beautiful. Prospect point is worth every dollar you spend. Heavenly!

Room Tip: We stayed in the Fir Cottage. I wish I was back there now.
  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled with family
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1  Thank Schultz S
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Reviewed 29 May 2013

We had an enjoyable first visit at Prospect Point Cottages over Memorial Day weekend. Unfortunately the weather did not cooperate, and we did quite a bit of traveling to visit area attractions, but the cottages themselves are lovely. Most directly on the waters edge, each with private picnic table, charcoal grill, Adirondack chairs & private fire pits. Extremely cozy cabins with fully stocked kitchens for dinner preparation. Super clean linens are also provided in each unit. Staff was friendly and the breakfasts they offered during their off season were more than adequate. Seemingly most of their clientele are repeat visitors. They offer a beautiful spot away from it all. A place to sit back relax and appreciate mother nature. Be prepared to travel for groceries, shopping or restaurants. We traveled with our 2 year old and would probably seek out a location closer to Lake George to keep our little one busy... but for families with older children, couples or a group of friends this is a great spot with some very nice people.

  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled with family
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Thank AlmostDrumm
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Reviewed 6 March 2013

From the staff to all the amenities, everything is perfect. We really don't want everyone to know how wonderful this place is because we want to keep it to ourselves! How does a facility find such awesome, helpful and kind people. They always take care of us like we are family. We want to live there. It is maximum great adirondacks any season. Stay away, it's all ours!!!!

Room Tip: The Fir is exquisite. We want to stay in the Redview soon!
  • Stayed: March 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank Vince M
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Reviewed 18 February 2013

I've been a huge fan of Prospect Point for the past five years and our family eagerly looks forward to the last week in August when we return to the adorable Spruce cabin for our summer vacation. I recently discovered that it's just as incredible in the winter. We had a wonderful time snow shoeing and ice fishing on the lake. The wonderful staff took care of all the details so all we had to do was bundle up and enjoy breathtaking views of the lake and mountains.

Room Tip: If quiet is important to you, you may want to choose a stand-alone cabin instead of the big building that has three units in it (Bear, Moose and Loon). All of the cabins are in great condition.
  • Stayed: February 2013, travelled with family
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1  Thank 193jmar
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