Deep in the forest at the foot of Mt. Storm King, this 1916 lodge has a variety of comfortable accommodations, from basic rooms with shared baths to spacious two-bedroom fireplace cottages (the latter available even on winter weekends when the rest of the lodge is closed). The historic lodge has second-floor rooms with shared baths. The popular Roosevelt Cottage cabins have polished wood floors, stone fireplaces, and lake views, while the one- and two-bedroom Singer Tavern
Cottages are modeled after the original 1916 cabins and have their own porches with wicker chairs. Additional motel-style rooms are available in adjacent buildings. The lodge's picture windows frame the lake's sapphire waters and its fir-paneled dining room overlooks the lake; the adjacent lounge is often crowded with campers.