Built in 1903 by Frank D. Stout as a summer retreat for his family and modeled after the famous Adirondack camps, the lodge was built with four-inch thick plank floors and carved beams imported from Germany. Cabins were erected for his children and other buildings included a three launch boathouse, servant and guest quarters and a recreation hall. Over the past 25 years, new cabins have been erected on the island as well. We have a total of 42 guestrooms on the Island.
The majority of the island and its facilities are closed to the public; however dining reservations can be made for lunch or dinner, Sunday through Thursday. Reservations must be made at least seven days in advance. A $5 per person transportation fee will be charged at the time of reservation. This fee is non-refundable and non-transferable. An email confirmation will be sent stating ferry times, dress code, and other related island policies.
- 9 Cabins
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Snack Bar/Convenience
- Bus Parking
Hours of Operation:
May through October 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.