Welcome to our lovingly restored Adirondack Great Camp that once was the 1926 Summer White House of President Calvin Coolidge. When you stay at White Pine Camp, you may choose from 13 distinctive cabins and cottages with soaring rooflines, hand-built Adirondack style furniture, stone fireplaces or wood stoves, and breathtaking views. Two cottages are pet-friendly, and most have private porches or patios. Also, as a guest, you have total and unlimited access to all facilities: Great Room, Japanese Tea House, Bowling alley and Pool room, Tennis House, Boathouses, and Outdoor Decks. Camp activities include boating (two boathouses feature canoes, rowboats and kayaks); hiking (enjoy extensive walking paths and hiking trails); swimming (enjoy a dip in Osgood Pond); fishing (cast a line right off the tea house bridge); ice fishing; and bowling (compete in a vintage alley...as long as you set your own pins). You'll find dozens of indoor and outdoor hideaways to while away a lazy afternoon—be it by a roaring fire in the "Great Room," on a rustic bench in our Alpine garden, or in our iconic Japanese tea house. The camp is surrounded by state land, including some of the best paddling routes in the country. Nearby is Paul Smith's College, where you may enjoy the fitness center, cafe, and the Visitor Interpretive Center on snowshoes, cross-country skis, or by foot. The village of Saranac Lake is also nearby for a decidedly different downtown adventure.