White Pine Camp tours offered

PAUL SMITHS — Historic walking tours of White Pine Camp, the historic Adirondack Great Camp that was the 1926 Calvin Coolidge Summer White House, will be offered at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesdays and Saturdays through Sept. 28.

Designed by renowned architects William Masserine and Addison Mizner, the camp is unique among the Great Camps for its pre-modern yet rustic style. Tours include the history of the Great Camps and colorful stories about the owners, celebrities and dignitaries who stayed at the camp during its heyday. Tours are approximately one hour and 45 minutes and start at the White Pine Camp gate at the end of White Pine Road, off Route 86 in Paul Smiths. The cost is $12 per adult, $6 for children under 12, cash. No pets. For more information, visit www.whitepinecamp.com or call 518-327-3030.


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