Welcome to Covewood

Nestled among balsam firs, spruce and cedar trees on the shores of Big Moose Lake, Covewood Lodge is a Great Camp-style inn, including a historic main lodge and 19 cottages.

Covewood provides rustic and comfortable accommodations for approximately 100 guests from May through October. Many families have been coming for three or more generations and have formed life-long friendships with the owners, other guests, and staff. We hope you will join us and start or continue your own Covewood tradition!

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Lodging options at Covewood include housekeeping cottages in a variety of sizes, and apartments and rooms in the Main Lodge. All cottages and apartments have fully equipped kitchens, including microwaves, toasters, and coffee makers. Covewood does not serve any meals. All cottages are fully heated and firewood is supplied. Guests must supply sheets, towels, pillowcases, and dish towels.

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Covewood is a non-smoking facility, and does not allow pets or jet skis.

Covewood is a Great Camp–style lodge located on Big Moose Lake in the south central Adirondacks.

Built in the 1920s, Covewood boasts a wide range of activities. With limited access to technology (there are no TVs, phones, or cell phone reception), it's the ideal place to reconnect with family and escape from the fast pace of the real world. 

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Covewood offers a wide variety of fun activities for all members of your family, from a daily children's program to water- and land-based sports and games.

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Outlet

Accommodates up to 8
Outlet hasn't always been a vacation cottage. It was once occupied by the sawyer who ran Mr. Covey's mill. The mill produced the lumber used in the Main Lodge and cottages and was located on the outlet a

Main Lodge: Library Room

Accommodates 2 to 3 people
First floor of the Main Lodge, off the library. 1 queen bed, 1 twin bed, bath with shower. Refrigerator, microwave, heated. 
$150/day
Open late May to Columbus Day
 

Mary Alden

Accommodates 3
Mary Alden was Earl and Frances Covey's daughter, and this building was her playhouse. Unlike most playhouses, it has its own stone fireplace! Completely renovated and expanded in 2013, the cottage now has a living

Henry Covey

Accommodates up to 7
Henry Covey was the first cottage built at Covewood. Earl Covey, his wife, Frances, and Earl's father, Henry, lived here while the lodge was under construction. Once the main building was complete the Coveys