You’ll stay at Paul Smith’s College in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains of Northern New York State.
They will be extra large dorm-style rooms that normally fit 12 people, but we will only place 2 people per dorm room so that there is plenty of room for social distancing. There are bathrooms within the rooms and some rooms will have bathrooms down the hall with multiple stalls/showers/toilets so there will be no need to share bathroom facilities.
INTERNET is available but is hard-wired only in dorms. Wifi is available in parts of the campus. Bring your internet cable. Each room member receives one towel, one hand towel, one wash cloth. We recommend you bring additional towels. FREE laundry is available in every dorm room.
All meals will be provided and we will have access to the campus, which sits on LOWER ST. REGIS Lake, SPITFIRE and UPPER ST. REGIS Lakes, home to many great camps. Special meal requests may be made in advance.
Saranac Lake-Lake Placid, NY: 10 minutes
Plattsburgh, NY: 1 hour
Note: There is a Rockwell Kent museum in Plattsburgh at the University.
Burlington, VT: 2 hours (Most Airlines. Requires car ferry crossing )
Note: If flying into Burlington, we recommend a trip to the Shelborne Museum in South Burlington to see their collection of Impressionist paintings.
Montreal, Canada: 2.5 hours + customs and traffic (Most Airlines)
Note: Montreal Museum is world class and worth carving out a couple hours.
Albany, NY: 3.5 (Most Airlines PLUS Southwest)
Note: The Hyde Collection in Glens Falls along the way is excellent. The Clark in the Berkshires is only about 40 minutes SouthEast of Albany and worth the trip for a world class museum.
New York City, NY: 6 hours Driving distance from New York City 300 miles
These are some great sites and experiences you can enjoy before or after the event.
Museums and Art
Shelburne museum – in Burlington, VT (2 hours)
Adirondack museum (1 hour)
The Hyde Collection in Glens Falls, NY (2.5 hours)
The Clark, Williamstown, MA Birkshires – about 4 hours (40 miles from Albany)
Norman Rockwell Museum in Mass
Albany Institute of Art Hudson River Paintings (3.5 hours)
The Wadsworth Antheneum Museum – Harford, about 4.5 hours
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (about 2.5 hours)
The Frederic Remington Museum-Ogdensburg, NY (1.5 hours)
The Lake Placid Lodge – Has a collection of Hudson River Paintings. (Advance Permission Required. Private Hotel) 30 min.
The Point Resort collection of Hudson River paintings (Advance Permission Required. Private hotel) 30 min.
Rockwell Kent Collection and Museum in Plattsburgh (1 hour)
Great Places to Paint
Hudson River Mansions and Hudson River