It's a;ways chancy booking a place unseen, but the photos and description were accurate, the camp was both clean and well-equipped, and it took no time at all for my sister and I to enjoy the ADK wilderness with all the comforts of home and without the hassle of being constantly connected by cell phone or internet to the world beyond. We enjoyed the wildflowers, the beautiful misty sunrises, and the critters surrounding us. Regulars were the red and gray squirrels, chipmunks, red-breasted nuthatches, chickadees, yellow-rumped warblers, red-eyed vireo and even a Blackburnian warbler in the mix. Matilda Bay is a calm little cove away from major boating traffic, so we also enjoyed the great blue heron, loon and its adolescent offspring, a whole flotilla of mergansers, young mallards, osprey and eagle. We were easy drives to good kayaking waters, including Tooley Pond and outlet, and various parts of the Oswegatchie and Grasse Rivers, and just a few minutes drive to the other side of Cranberry Lake to hike Bear Mountain. Jackie was great to work with, called to check on us the first day, and returned the security deposit very quickly. You can tell by the camp that it is truly a "home" and cared for. Thank you, Jackie, for sharing it with us. I've already recommended it to at least 3 other people, and when I return again to the area, this will be my first choice for accommodations.