You will be sharing space with our Labyrinth so walk it for spiritual enlightenment, sleep in your tent next to it or hang around in one of our hammocks.
~May your pilgrimage to the center grace you with a deeper experience of your purpose, your fullness and rootedness, and your own essential nature. Enjoy.
- Check in: After 11AM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 11 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
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Wonderful country road that can be taken to The Great Sacandaga Rd just a short distance away
The Great Sacandaga Lake is close by with a state launch if you have a boat 7 min. drive or 3.4 miles
Yes 3.4 miles to Great Sacandaga lake for fishing
Upstate NY is full of hiking trails
Of course there are deer, squirrels, rabbits and all kinds of birds right there where you will be sleeping.
Natural features you'll find at Adirondack Labyrinth Landing in New York.
3.4 miles to the Great Sacandaga Lake a 7 minute drive
The vibe at Adirondack Labyrinth Landing
Places to see near Labyrinth Landing
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Lovely spot close enough to SPAC but far enough out of time for some peace and quiet. Mary was very accommodating letting us drive straight to the camping spot, setting us up with a pop up and use of her studio/barn building for bathrooms and power outlets. Will quite possibly be returning to go to concerts up here next year again!
We had such a wonderful stay here! Lake Sacandaga is beautiful and the drive to Tenant Creek Falls was well worth it, we had the place to ourselves.
Mary is a very generous host. She had great communication both before and after, met us on time and took a moment to understand our journey and how she could best meet our needs.
The camp was very well thought out with attention paid to a lot of little details that you don’t typically find elsewhere.
Light the torches, walk the labyrinth and listen to the owls!
Everything was perfect! Mary made sure that all bases were covered - tiki torches filled, campfire wood available, good water. What else could we ask for? Hit the Labyrinth right as the sun was passing west to east portal to portal. Many questions were answered then! Highly recommend this spot for a base camp for adventure! Can’t wait to get back!
Thank you for sharing the Majix Mary!