Lake Placid Club Lodges
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Lake Placid Club Lodges, located in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains, offers year-round possibilities for vacationers of all ages. The site of the 1932 and 1980 Olympic Games, Lake Placid is one of the most popular winter-sports centers in the East, where Whiteface Mountain boasts some of the most challenging skiing. The ski lifts are 10 miles from the resort. Enjoy cross-country skiing (free with Lake Placid Club Lodges Amenity card), ice-skating, and tobogganing, as well as sleigh rides in the area.
In warmer weather, Lake Placid offers water sports galore, from windsurfing to waterskiing. Guests have access to private Lake Placid Resort Beach. The Mountain Golf Course is only a short walk from the resort, and guests of Lake Placid Club Lodges receive discounts on green fees.
There is high speed Internet access available at the Algonquin Lodge.Lake Placid Club Lodges
30 Lake Placid Club Way
Lake Placid, New York 12946
- Internet Access
- Laundry Room
- Cross-Country Skiing (3 miles)
- Downhill Skiing (10 miles)
- Grocery Store (0.5 miles)
- Horseback Riding (10 miles)
- Live Entertainment (0.5 miles)
- Medical Facilities (1 mile)
- Racquetball (0.5 miles)
- Restaurant (0.5 miles)
- Ski School (10 miles)
- Water Skiing
- User: carolz12
- Posted: Jan 25, 2012
- User: bobc37
- Posted: Dec 19, 2011
Sorry, place does not have a pool nor much more to do on site. Great town makes up for the lack in accommodations. Got me for a $20 energy charge. Tried to get me for a $30+ midweek cleaning fee. Cannot see the hi rate for simple rooms in a not so great complex ??? I think the people that gave it rave reviews were influenced by the town & not the lodge....notice I did not call it a "resort"
- User: jamest1
- Posted: Oct 29, 2011
I can't think of anything bad about LPCL. The units are fabulous (actually the same design as we'd seen several years ago at Massanutten in VA) -- spacious, well-designed and clean. Two bedrooms upstairs and the huge bath on the ground floor is puzzling but okay. Our unit was halfway up (or down) a hill with thirteen steps on the uphill run.
The location was perfect. We looked out over the golf course with the mountains in the background. We could walk down to the corner and pick up the free shuttle into the heart of Lake Placid village.
Front desk staff was friendly and very helpful. We arrived the day before Hurricane Irene did and the staff kept us up to date on what attractions were open and what roads were still closed.
Plenty of things to do in the area with Olympic venues and Whiteface Mountain dominating. Get a Passport and do them all. We daytripped to Potsdam, where I went to college, then up to the Eisenhower Locks at the St. Lawrence Seaway development near Massena. Another day trip to Ausable Chasm but weren't able to do the raft ride because of the volume of water. We skipped the ferry across Lake Champlain to Vermont because Vermont had been clobbered by Irene.
There are lots of restaurants for such a small place but some short drives out of town can be worth it (the Hungry Trout in Wilmington comes to mind). We didn't have a bad meal but didn't have a really memorable one either. I would expect the choices to dwindle in the winter, maybe not with the skiers in town.
All in all, LPCL is a wonderful place to just kick back and relax, enjoying the quiet or to use a base for sightseeing. We'll go back.
- User: dianne182
- Posted: Dec 9, 2007
I have been to the Lake Placid Club Lodges many times and I believe it was one of the best units I've stayed. It's huge! We enjoy all the activities in the area both in winter and summer. You can physically enjoy by skiing, tobaganing, riding the bobsled, watching olympic activities, or going on a canoe, kayak, hiking. mt. climbing, OR you can walk the beautiful town with great shops and dining and relax.
- User: placid
- Posted: Oct 6, 2007
- Updated: Nov 1, 2007
the lpcl is one of the largest units i have stayed in. the 2bed rooms are fine but the loft is like a bunk house with all the room. my unit was on the golf course witch is a cross country ski course in the winter. I belive there were 4 tvs. tennis courts across the parking lot. clean and newly renovated. what more could you ask for. and i belive they were asked by rci to become a gold crown. As for the nov. 13 comment this resort has no bar or restaurant your talking about northwoods club and probaly so is may 19.
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