We stayed at the Summit at Gore Mountain in July. We were hoping for Lake George but opted for this when it came available at RCI. We weren't disappointed. Each unit is individually owned so each unit has their own character; ours was really nice. It's one of the nicer timeshares we've stayed in (we tend to swap and do different locations each year). It has the ski lodge feel (well what I imagined); though it didn't make us feel cooler.
Positives-We had a nice view of Gore Mountain. You really feel like you're in the heart of the Adirondacks. It's away from the hustle and bustle of the more popular tourist areas. Cool nights sleeping with the windows open.
Not so positives-No wifi (kinda felt Amish). Some units have some stairs to climb so we did some huffing and puffing (at elevation). It's away from the more popular tourist areas. The pool is small but works. Some units are kinda close to the highway so you will hear some traffic (we ran some fans in our room to block out noise which helped). There are some restaurants close by, but the choices aren't as diverse.
All in all it's a matter of preference. If you want more rustic this is the place. If you want close to the action try something at Lake George. Overall recommended.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Looking for Adirondack Lodging during anytime of the year? Consider staying in the comfortable and luxurious vacation rental homes located at the Summit at Gore Mountain in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Summit At Gore Mountain Hotel North Creek