Take a BREAK from the 21st Century. We designed 'Singing Mountain' for visitors who were looking for a TRUE vacation. One that will revitalize their spirit, nerves and body. Away from it ALL, Including the hum, whirr, and insistence of technology. This is a mute button ....for your every day world. A private sanctuary awaits you at 'Singing Mountain Adirondack Camp'. Enjoy the beauty of the Adirondacks in this uniquely designed, 2 story log cabin nestled at the foot of Pettit Mountain and overlooking a natural pond often visited by wildlife. This camp will accommodate up to 4 people who are looking for relaxation, privacy, outside adventure or just emptying out by doing 'nothing'.
The camp is electricity-free with hot water, refrigerator, stove and lights running quietly on a propane system.You won't believe how calm you will feel after a few days without electricity and wireless running through your system.
Located in the Adirondack Park. Covering six million acres of a wonderland. With the 'Blue Line' as its boundary is called, is 2,000 miles of hiking trails, hundreds of miles of canoe routes and 42 peaks that rise more than 4,000 feet in elevation. Hiking, fishing, white water rafting, canoeing, biking, sailing and more.
Other features include: sunny kitchen, fully equipped, with rounded eating bar facing pond; Comfortable, spacious living room area; woodstove, protected wrap-around deck, picnic area with firepit; .
This beautiful, natural living space is perfect for renewing and getting back in touch with the important things in your life and was written up in the book 'Northeast Sanctuaries' by Jack and Marcia Kelly.
'I hate to leave now', wrote one visitor in our guest book. 'This is the first time I have written with a pen on paper and not typed on a computer, in probably over a year', she continued. 'What a great feeling.!
However, you don't have to quit 'cold turkey' ....For those experiencing technology withdrawal there are a few stores up the road offering Wi-Fi, (and free coffee) so you can keep in touch, and Wells recently got cell service.