Come Join Us For Thanksgiving
At Prospect Point Cottages!

The leaves have fallen and the air is cool, but the glow of the Adirondacks beckons. What better way to toss off the hurried worries of our world than to return to what's real and true in life? Come make new friends, and join our family for a very special Thanksgiving at Prospect Point. Things start off with a Welcome Wine, Cheese & Smorgasbord Dinner Wednesday evening. (A few years ago people ate before they got here. That's a no-no. Please arrive hungry.) Thursday morning enjoy a lovely light repast. Later on we'll gather in the Prospect Room for a homemade Thanksgiving Day feast fit for a king. As the day wanes, enjoy music and laughter, fire and fellowship, and plenty of desert and hot apple cider.

Thanksgiving afternoon will be highlighted by a special treat - a fascinating presentation on the Thanksgiving Traditions of lower New York's Native People, the Lenape - the very people who greeted the Europeans and welcomed our colonial forbears. Back by popular demand, the presentation will be delivered by our very own resident anthropologist and writer, David Oestreicher. This year David will share with us the eloquent words he gathered from tribal elders in a glimpse of a nearly vanished world.

Friday morning wake up to our famous gourmet all-you-can-eat Adirondack Brunch, and find out what everyone's been raving about.

So if your extended family's far away this year, think Blue Mountain Lake and join ours!

Space is limited so please give us a call or send an e-mail if you'd like to come,
so we can set a place for you at our table.



  • Arrive Wednesday afternoon (Nov. 21st), stay Wednesday and Thursday nights (linger with us as long as you like on Friday). The itinerary includes:

  • Welcome Wine & Buffet Supper Wednesday evening, Nov. 21st, 5-9 PM

  • Light Repast Thursday morning, 9-11 AM

  • Thanksgiving Day Feast that afternoon - all home made and all you can eat, of course! 4 PM
  • Plenty of home made desert and ice cream, hot apple cider, good cheer and a roaring fire

  • Dynamic presentation on the true and little-known story of Squanto, the Wampagnoags,
    and the first Thanksgiving.

  • Famous Adirondack Gourmet Brunch Friday morning 9:00 - 11:00.

  • The cost for everything . . . only $375 per adult, double occupancy! Children 12 - 18 half price. Kids 11 and under - no charge! Yup, you read it right: That's two nights at beautiful Prospect Point in a gorgeous cottage with a fireplace, 4 spectacular meals, a Thanksgiving presentation, and best of all, good friends and fellowship -- all for only $375 per adult, half price for teens and totally free for kids!

    AND . . .

  • To stay longer through the weekend, only $55. per adult per night - kids of ANY age (18 and under) free! (And THAT includes our famous all-you-can-eat gourmet Adirondack Brunch each morning!) Yeah, we're crazy, but hey, it's Thanksgiving! We're glad you're here.


~ Please click here to see a Sample Menu ~



A speaker for the NY State Council for the Humanities and recognized authority on Eastern Woodland Tribes, David Oestreicher has spent a lifetime living and working with the few remaining traditional elders of the Lenape (Delaware) Indians, learning their language and recording their fascinating stories and culture. In 2009, as part of the Hudson Quadricentennial, Dr. O curated an exhibition at the Ellis Island Immigration Museum entitled "Lenape: Ellis Island's First Inhabitants." The exhibit, called "rich and groundbreaking" by Native Peoples Magazine, and "a signature event of the Quadricentennial" by DEC Commissioner Peter Grannis, met with wide acclaim from the media and the public, and received citations from Governor and Mrs. Paterson.