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Great Camp Sagamore

Great Camp Sagamore is an extraordinary, historic icon of  American Adirondack style. We are a National Historic Landmark celebrating the work of architect/developer, William West Durant, who built great camp complexes in the Adirondacks beginning in the late 1870s. A wilderness estate that is the prototype of Adirondack style; Sagamore was the Adirondack home of the Vanderbilt family (1901-1954) and staff--a rustic community that was famous for parties, people, celebrities and visiting world leaders. Join us for a tour, a program, a class or stay the night to experience nature, our dark night skies, quiet waters, and friendship with others who have come to soak in all things Sagamore. 

For more information, visit: http://greatcampsagamore.org/