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Hiking and Paddling at Great Camp Sagamore: Adirondack Nature and History

Program Number: 21360RJ
Start and End Dates:
8/3/2014 - 8/8/2014; 8/23/2015 - 8/28/2015; 9/27/2015 - 10/2/2015;
Duration: 5 nights
Location: Raquette Lake, New York
Price starting at: $749.00 - Price may vary based on date, departure city
Program Type: Walking/Hiking; Water Sports; Natural History; History & Culture Activity Level: t (see description)
Meals: 15; 5 Breakfasts, 5 Lunches, 5 Dinners    

Led by expert naturalists and historians, participants will learn about the qualities that make the Adirondack Park unique: specifically, the interesting mix of public and private lands that comprise the largest park of any kind in the Lower 48. Combining paddles, hikes, lectures and a trip to the world-class Adirondack Museum, students will retrace parts of the route taken by visitors to the region, and in so doing, enjoy the same connection with the natural environment that drew the Gilded Age elite here starting more than a century ago.




Highlights

• Guided by naturalists and historians, learn about the history and ecology of the central Adirondack region..
• Enjoy canoe paddles on Sagamore Lake and Raquette Lake to learn how earlier visitors reached Camp Sagamore. .
• Combine a visit to the Adirondack Musuem with a hike to Castle Rock to see why the Adirondacks are the origin of the American "vacation."




Date Specific Information

9-27-2015

This course is being run concurrently with course #21359: Advanced Digital Photography at Great Camp Sagamore.



Coordinated by Sagamore Institute of the Adirondacks.




Raquette Lake

Raquette Lake’s pristine water and wooded lakeshores are located in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains. Great Camp Sagamore, founded by the Vanderbilt family in 1897 and now a National Historic Landmark, shares this wilderness area.



Accommodations
National Historic Landmark-designated buildings at Great Camp Sagamore.

Road Scholar Instructors
These instructors are participating on at least one date of this program. Please note that changes may occur.
Jeffrey Flagg

Dr. Jeff Flagg is the assistant director of the Sagamore Institute, and has been at Sagamore since completing a doctoral internship in 1997. A scholar of the Adirondack region, he received his Ph.D. in American culture studies from Bowling Green University in 1999, and also has degrees in business and literature. He is deeply invested in the history of the camp, the region and the park, and has taught at several colleges in the area, as well as innumerable Road Scholar programs.
 
Nancy Foltz

Nancy Sue Foltz is an artist and certified art teacher who has been directing the crafts program at Great Camp Sagamore for almost a decade. A former high school teacher, she focuses on offering a wide variety of age-appropriate crafts. From pots to plant pressing, from pine cone art to painting tee shirts, from papier mache to paper hats and so many things in between, her ideas are always fresh. Grandkids will end up with some great, outdoorsy craft projects to bring home. Among her other duties at Sagamore, Nancy Sue is also the group leader for many Road Scholar programs.
 
Meals and Lodgings
   Great Camp Sagamore
  Raquette Lake, NY 5 nights
 Great Camp Sagamore
Type: Lodge
  Description: Sagamore’s authentic buildings dating from 1897 are situated on a peninsula jutting into pristine and picturesque Sagamore Lake. The Adirondack Forest Preserve surrounds the entire 27-building Sagamore estate owned by the Alfred Vanderbilt family from 1901-1954. A National Historic Landmark, its wood and stone buildings are the vernacular rustic architecture on which many National Park lodges were modeled. Sagamore’s remote location removed from the normal hubbub will allow your full concentration on learning, the camaraderie of the people at hand, the extraordinary beauty of the land, and the history that envelops you.
  Contact info: Sagamore Road
Po Box 40
Raquette Lake, NY 13436 USA
phone: 315-354-5311
web: www.greatcampsagamore.org
  Room amenities: All rooms are historic, and steps away from views of beautiful Sagamore lake or its bucolic outlet stream. We do not have telephones or televisions in any rooms. Internet access is available in our common Reading Room for those with laptop computers.
  Facility amenities: As a guest at Sagamore, you will be accommodated in our historic buildings, dating from the late-19th and early-20th century. Guests at Sagamore are housed in (mostly) double-occupancy rooms with twin beds and bathrooms, many with footed tubs, in the hallway. Most of our guests are housed in one of our three lodges, each sleeping 20. There are no telephones in rooms, no cell service, and no TV so your relaxation is assured. Our chef will carefully prepare buffet meals from which you will make your selections. The buffet is served in our paneled dining room with splendid views of Sagamore Lake. Everyone is called to meals by the bell. One of the highlights of our dining experience is our excellent water. Please do not bring bottled water with you. You may purchase beer and wine to accompany your meal. The dining hall seats 84. During free time many of our guests enjoy our 20 miles of hiking trails, playing giant lawn games, and canoeing. Sagamore also recommends its history-based DVDs. Porch-sitting is also highly recommended. All guests are given a free pass to our award-winning guided tour. We also recommend a cruise aboard the W.W. Durant on Raquette Lake, a trip to the “Smithsonian of the Adirondacks,” the Adirondack Museum, or a visit to the Wild Center, the natural history museum of the Adirondack region. Great Camp Sagamore is located on Sagamore Lake, with an established swim area in season. Two of the lodges have a lounge area with working fireplaces. There is an outdoor campfire area at our lean-to and access to 15 miles of hiking trails on state land. Sagamore also has a unique open-air bowling alley, which is available for guests to use at select times.
  Smoking allowed: No
  Bathroom: Most bathrooms are shared and in the hall, much like a Bed & Breakfast. Some have claw foot tubs instead of showers. Sagamore has a limited number of private baths available for an additional charge, depending on the program.
  Additional nights prior: $99 per person per night It is sometimes possible to add a night before or after your program begins, depending on availability. Additional nights are $99/person/night and include dinner and breakfast. Please call in advance of your program to make arrangements.
  Check in time: 4:00 PM
  Additional nights after: $99 per person per night It is sometimes possible to add a night before or after your program begins, depending on availability. Additional nights are $99/person/night and include dinner and breakfast. Please call in advance of your program to make arrangements.
  Check out time: 10:00 AM


Travel Details
  Start of Program:
4:00 PM starts check in at Great Camp Sagamore You will be staying at Great Camp Sagamore that night.
  End of Program:
10:00 AM You will be staying at Great Camp Sagamore the night before.
  Required documents:
The Road Scholar Health & Safety Form is required. Health Form. Paddling Health History and Questionnaire
  Parking availability:
Sagamore has on-site parking, available at no charge.
Transportation
To Start of Program
  Location:  Raquette Lake, NY
  Nearest city or town:  Raquette Lake, NY
  Nearest highway: Rte.90 to the south, Rte.87 to the east
  Nearest airport:  Albany, NY
  From End of Program
  Location: Raquette Lake, NY
    (Additional transportation information same as above)
Travel Details
 

 

 
 

Service:

 

None - Car Required

 
Driving Directions
  Albany, NY Drive time: Albany to Sagamore 2 ¾ hours. Take the Warrensburg exit 23 off the Northway I-87 (not the Thruway I-90!) to Rte. 28 to Raquette Lake. If you have time on the way, stop in Saratoga Springs. Exit 14 will take you quickly to the famous racetrack. Exit 15 is for shopping. If you would like to see Glens Falls, take exit 18 or 19 (shopping mall.) Lake George Outlet Stores are at exit 20. Continue north past the Great Escape amusement park. Take exit 23 and turn LEFT to Warrensburg. Follow concurrently Rte 9 and 28 through the town until Rte. 28 peels off to the LEFT. You will follow Rte. 28 for about an hour ½ to Raquette Lake. The scenery is lovely forested mountains and lakes. You will often be following the Hudson River and will pass Gore Mountain ski resort on your way up Blue Mountain. When you reach the small town of Blue Mountain Lake you will cross a continental divide separating waters that flow south to the Hudson River or north to the St. Lawrence River. At the “T” turn left and continue on Rte. 28 the last 12 miles to Raquette Lake, the largest natural lake in the Adirondacks. Look to your right to see Blue Mountain as you cross the second causeway. Sagamore Road is well marked just past the school. You will turn LEFT and follow the four-mile road to the “registered guest” gate. Do not look for other signs. You are driving through protected Forest Preserve lands and signage is not permitted. At Sagamore’s gate, let yourself in. You are welcome!
  GPS/Website Map Instructions • Garmon Handheld GPS: Search 'Great Camp Sagamore' as a point of interest OR type 1105 Sagamore Road; RAQUETTE LAKE (make sure you list Raquette Lake!) - either will give accurate directions to Great Camp Sagamore. • TomTom GPS: (currently the most popular GPS system): Search for SAGAMORE, NEW YORK - as a town, and it will give you accurate directions to Great Camp Sagamore. While Sagamore, NY does not actually exist, this seems to work while we wait for technology to catch up to the Adirondack region! • Google Maps or Mapquest users: Search for SAGAMORE, NEW YORK - as a town, and it will give you accurate directions to Great Camp Sagamore. While Sagamore, NY does not actually exist, this seems to work while we wait for technology to catch up to the Adirondack region!
  Lake Placid, NY From Lake Placid (2 hours)-Follow Rte. 86 to Saranac Lake and then Rte. 3 to Tupper Lake where you will follow Rte. 30 to Long Lake. At the “T” in Long Lake, you will make a right and continue to Blue Mountain Lake. Stay on the same road in Blue Mountain Lake, it will become Rte. 28. Follow it to the village of Raquette Lake. In the village of Raquette Lake, at the 4-way crossroads turn onto the dirt road beside the large green Sagamore sign. Drive very slowly on the road into Sagamore; one curve is posted 15 mph. Follow the sign for “Registered Guests”. When you arrive at Sagamore, you should find the gate closed. Please open it, enter, and close it again for your own privacy. Drive up the hill to the parking lot. Park your car and follow the gravel pathway and signs for the Conference Building, and enter the door labeled “Office.”
  Plattsburgh, NY Drive time: Plattsburgh to Sagamore, 3 hours. I-87 to Rte 3 to Rte. 30 to Rte 28 to Raquette Lake. Take the Plattsburgh exit off I-87 and head southwest to Saranac Lake on Rte. 3. If you have extra time consider this alternative: continue south on I-87 to exit 30, the Lake Placid exit. Lake Placid was the site of both the 1932 and the 1980 winter Olympics and you can visit the venues and museums of the games. Continue from Lake Placid to Saranac Lake on Rte. 86. You are in the Adirondack Park, a six-million acre forest preserve with public and private lands. Saranac Lake was founded by Dr. Trudeau (the cartoonist Gary’s great grandfather) as a wilderness cure for tuberculosis. It is still a medical research center and charming 19th century town. Follow Rte. 3 from Saranac Lake to Tupper Lake. Tupper is the home to the newly opened natural history museum, the Wild Center. Continue on Rte. 30 from Tupper to Long Lake on a straight road known for its scenery and speed traps. Be cautious. Continue on Rte. 30 to Blue Mountain Lake, home of the famous 27-building Adirondack Museum. At the bottom of the hill you will follow Rte.28 the last 12 miles to Raquette Lake, the largest natural lake in the Adirondacks. Look to your right to see Blue Mountain as you cross the second causeway. Sagamore Road is well marked just past the school. You will turn LEFT and follow the four-mile road to the “registered guest” gate. Do not look for other signs. You are driving through protected Forest Preserve lands and signage is not permitted. At Sagamore’s gate, let yourself in. You are welcome!
  Utica, NY Drive time: Utica to Sagamore, 1 ½ hours. Rte.12 north to Rte. 28 to Raquette Lake. Follow Rte. 12 north to Rte. 28. Utica, an industrial town, is located in the Mohawk River valley. On Rte. 12 you will climb out of the valley through rolling hills. Rte. 28 peels off to the right. Along it you will see the deep forests and lovely lakes of the six-million acre Adirondack Park. The Adirondacks are a patchwork of public and private lands. Follow Rte.28 to the town of Old Forge with its famous landmark, Old Forge Hardware. Old Forge is also the home of New York’s largest water park, Water Safari. Old Forge is the beginning of the Fulton Chain of lakes (yes, Fulton as in steamship) and the starting point of the Adirondack Canoe Classic (also called the “90-miler”) the weekend after Labor Day every year. The Classic is a three-day race for no-octane boats from Old Forge to Saranac Lake. Continue on Rte. 28 another 25 miles to Raquette Lake, the largest natural lake in the Adirondacks. Sagamore Road is well marked just before the school. You will turn RIGHT and follow the four-mile road to the “registered guest” gate. Do not look for other signs. You are driving through protected Forest Preserve lands and signage is not permitted. At Sagamore’s gate, let yourself in. You are welcome!
Equipment Requirements: You may choose to bring your own paddle, PFD, spray skirt, etc., or use the ones provided.
The prices listed for commercial services and facilities that are not included in the program cost, such as airport shuttles or extra nights lodging, are subject to change without notice. Since Road Scholar cannot guarantee the accuracy of these prices, we strongly suggest contacting the companies directly for the most up-to-date information.


Daily Schedule

Day 1: Arrival, Check-in & Registration, Welcome Dinner, Introducing Great Camp Sagamore
(Sunday, August 3)
   
 Afternoon: CHECK IN: Available from 4:00pm.

PROGRAM REGISTRATION: When you check in, you will also register with the Program Staff and receive an arrival packet containing your name tag, up-to-date schedule, and other important information we will review during Orientation this evening. You will have the rest of the afternoon free to settle in, relax, or walk around the grounds before dinner.

Please be aware that program activities and scheduled times could change due to weather and other local circumstances. In the event of changes, we will alert you as quickly as possible. Thank you for your understanding.

 Dinner: Dinner is at 6:00pm. The chef will carefully prepare buffet meals provided in our paneled dining room with splendid views of Sagamore Lake. Dinners typically include selections such as a hot entrée, like creamed chicken over biscuits, veggie lasagna, pot roast, spaghetti/meat balls, roasted turkey, stuffed pork loin, or ham; salads, along with several dressing choices; potatoes, rice or pasta; a vegetable choice; bread or rolls; milk or juice. Coffee and tea are always available. Beer and wine are available for purchase. Sagamore's water is pure and delicious. Please do not bring bottled water.

Note: Sagamore's buffet line is bountiful and varied. If you do not think that you can choose the foods you need for your special diet from the buffet, please supplement with your own that may be stored for your convenience in our walk-in cooler and/or cooked in an available microwave.

 Evening: ORIENTATION: After dinner, you'll have an informative overview of the program plus an opportunity to meet the program staff and your fellow participants during an introductory get-acquainted session. We’ll review the updated schedule, cover responsibilities, safety guidelines, emergency procedures, and answer any questions you may have. Please be aware that program activities and scheduled times could change due to local circumstances. In the event of changes, we will alert you as quickly as possible. Thank you for your understanding.

PRESENTATION: Great Camp Sagamore's history, programs, and preservation. Sagamore Institute of the Adirondacks is the steward of Great Camp Sagamore and is dedicated to its use for education and interpretation. Our mission is to foster understanding, care, and respect for nature, people, and their critical interdependence. Great Camp Sagamore strives to be a place where broad and diverse audiences gather to use these unique buildings and natural setting to explore and understand Adirondack culture, the region's natural environment, and our relationship to both.

   
Accommodations: Great Camp Sagamore
Meals Included: Dinner

Day 2: Sagamore Lake Paddle, Camp Orientation Excursion
(Monday, August 4)
   
 Breakfast: 8:00am: Breakfasts are in the Vanderbilt dining hall with lovely views of the sun rising over the mountains of the Blue Ridge Wilderness Area. Choices typically include a hot entrée (varying dishes such as blueberry pancakes, French toast, egg strata or scrambled eggs); hot and cold cereal; milk; a variety of bagels, doughnuts, pastries; and juices. Coffee, tea, and pure Sagamore water are always available.
 Morning: PADDLE: Sagamore Lake. After some basic instructions, we'll head out onto the water for a guided circumnavigation of Sagamore Lake, the small (184-acre) wilderness lake on which Great Camp Sagamore is located. Once owned in its entirety by the Vanderbilt family, the lake shore is totally undeveloped except for the camp itself at the lake's southwestern end. This morning paddle will allow us to 1) get comfortable in our craft and 2) learn about the natural features of the area from the perspective of the water. We'll also be on the edge of the 40,000-acre Blue Ridge Wilderness. Be on the lookout for wildlife that frequent the lake and lakeshore such as loons, beaver, otters, mink, fisher, perhaps even a moose or bald eagle, all of which have been seen at various times.
 Lunch: Noon: In the Dining Hall. Lunches typically include a hot entrée (such as macaroni and cheese or soup); sandwich meats, cheeses, breads and condiments; salads (such as cole slaw or potato salad); cookies or granola bars; fresh fruit; milk and juices or lemonade. Coffee, tea, and refreshing Sagamore water are always available.
 Afternoon: WALKING EXCURSION: We begin with a short slideshow and consider the lives of the Gilded Age owners and guests who enjoyed Sagamore, as well as the army of servants and caretakers required to maintain the camp. We will then take a leisurely walk through the complex. Sagamore's 27 remaining structures — there were originally more that 60! — include a blacksmith's shop, carpenter's shop, ice houses, along with guest cottages, a laundry, a barn and a unique open-air bowling alley.
 Dinner: 6:00pm: Dinner in the wood-paneled Dining Hall. Enjoy the chef's tasty preparations from the extensive buffet.
 Evening: PRESENTATION: Tonight we'll enjoy a presentation on some aspect of the Adirondacks: its history, protection, wildlife, composition, politics or ecology.
   
Accommodations: Great Camp Sagamore
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3: Adirondack Museum Field Trip, Picnic, Castle Rock Vista Hike, Aspects of the Adirondacks
(Tuesday, August 5)
   
 Breakfast: 8:00am: In the Dining Hall. We will also prepare lunches to take with us on our field trip.
 Morning: MUSEUM VISIT: We'll begin our exploration of the region around Sagamore with a trip to the world-class Adirondack Museum in nearby Blue Mountain Lake. Here, we'll get some background information about the region during the Gilded Age. Founded in 1957, the Museum is the premier cultural history repository in the Adirondack Park, with 22 separate exhibition galleries and historic structures.
 Lunch: With lunches packed at Sagamore during breakfast, we'll eat at one of several picnic areas available at the Museum. There is also a cafe that offers incredible views of Blue Mountain Lake.
 Afternoon: VISTA HIKE: From the Musuem, we'll head to nearby Castle Rock for a moderately-challenging climb to see the same sweeping vista that enchanted so many Gilded Age travelers. This small peak has an open summit that rises 700 feet above Blue Mountain Lake allowing one to see much of the route taken by 19th-century guests coming to Sagamore. Covering approximately 4 miles round-trip, the trail follows a gentle slope except for one steep section just below the summit. Rated moderate, this trail may well provide the best "bang for your buck" of any scenic peak in the entire Park.
 Dinner: Dinner is at 6:00pm in the Dining Hall. Share your experiences with new Road Scholar friends.
 Evening: PRESENTATION: Tonight we'll enjoy a presentation on some aspect of the Adirondacks: its history, protection, wildlife, composition, politics or ecology.
   
Accommodations: Great Camp Sagamore
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Morning Hike / Free Afternoon / Evening Video
(Wednesday, August 6)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast is at 8:00 in the Dining Hall.
 Morning: NATURE/CULTURE HISTORY HIKE: This morning, we'll take a hike on some of the trails surrounding Camp Sagamore. Now part of the Blue Ridge Wilderness that we will have seen during our canoe trip on the lake, the 1525 acres that surround the camp were once part of the original Durant/Vanderbilt estate, and remnants, ruins and other evidence of human disturbance both past and present still remain. With a naturalist and an historian as guides, we'll take a close look at the impact of human presence, and mark the progress of an area that is slowly returning to its native condition.
 Lunch: Lunch at noon in Sagamore's Dining Hall.
 Afternoon: FREE AFTERNOON: Participants will have the afternoon free to explore the area on your own. Museum buffs might want to return to the Adirondack Museum or visit the WILD Center, the natural history museum of the Adirondacks in Tupper Lake. Others may wish to visit Inlet or Old Forge, both quaint, bucolic lakeside villages. Or you may want to simply relax with a good book in one of Sagamore's Adirondack chairs.
 Dinner: Dinner at 6:00 in Sagamore's Dining Hall.
 Evening: VIDEO: Tonight we will watch a PBS video on the Adirondack Park, one of the most important land-use laboratories in the world.
   
Accommodations: Great Camp Sagamore
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5: Paddle up South Inlet of Raquette Lake / Evening Campfire
(Thursday, August 7)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast is at 8:00 in Sagamore's Dining Hall. We'll pack lunches for today's out-trip.
 Morning: LONGER PADDLE: Following breakfast, we'll head out to nearby Raquette Lake, for a paddle up the South Inlet, one of the lake's primary tributaries, and the point of access for reaching Camp Sagamore before the advent of railroads and automobiles. The South Inlet is a meandering stream with a very mild current; we'll paddle approximately two miles upstream to a series of small waterfalls -- dubbed the Cascades -- where earlier visitors would have disembarked for a final, two-mile carriage ride into camp.
 Lunch: We'll eat our bag lunches on the shores of the South Inlet, serenaded by the dulcet sounds of the cascading water next to us.
 Afternoon: PADDLE: During the two-mile paddle back to Raquette Lake, look for unusual flora and fauna that inhabit the region. The evergreen forest occasionally creeps down to the shore, but bog and marsh always predominate. Wetland flora includes rose pogonia, blue flag, cotton grass, sundew, and pitcher plants. The area is also home to many animals, including beaver, mink, otter, bear, deer, and moose, along with birds including the gray jay and black-backed woodpecker.
 Dinner: Dinner in the Sagamore Dining Hall.
 Evening: CAMPFIRE. Everyone who has been to camp has a wonderful memory of a campfire. Ours is held at the historic lean-to, overlooking the outlet stream of Sagamore Lake.
   
Accommodations: Great Camp Sagamore
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6: Good Byes
(Friday, August 8)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast in the Sagamore Dining Hall
 Morning: MORNING PADDLE: This morning, enjoy a final paddle on or hike around Sagamore Lake before we finish up the course, perhaps until next year!
 Lunch: Lunch today will be either served in the Dining or available as a pack-out, depending on the other groups who are in camp.
   
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch

Free Time Opportunities
 
  Raquette Lake, NY Adirondack Museum
Often described as the "Smithsonian of the Adirondacks" the Adirondack Museum is a multi-building facility on lovely grounds with views of the Eckford Chain of Lakes. 518 352-7311 For additional information, visit www.adirondackmuseum.org
  The W.W. Durant
The Durant is a dine and cruise boat on Raquette Lake, the largest natural lake in the Adirondacks. Their educational narration will contribute to your understanding of the Gilded Age in the Adirondacks. 315-354-5532 For additional information, visit www.raquettelakenav.com
  The Wild Center
Opened in 2006, the Wild Center is the primary natural history museum of the Adirondack Park, with a variety of indoor and outdoor exhibits highlighting the unique geography and biological diversity of the Adirondack region. 518-359-7800 For additional information, visit www.wildcenter.org
Important information about your itinerary: Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the information featured on this website. Itineraries are based on our best information at this time. Circumstances beyond our control may require us to adjust itineraries or other details. We regret any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding. Information will be sent to you from your Program Provider approximately three weeks prior to the program start date. The prices listed for commercial services and facilities that are not included in the program cost, such as airport shuttles or extra nights lodging, are subject to change without notice. Since Road Scholar cannot guarantee the accuracy of these prices, we strongly suggest contacting the companies directly for the most up-to-date information.

Suggested Reading List


Boats & Boating in the Adirondacks


Author: Hallie Bond


Description: Hallie Bond was the Education Director and then Curator of Collections & Boats at the Adirondack Museum in Blue Mountain Lake for nearly 30 years.



Contested Terrain: A New History of Nature and People in the Adirondacks


Author: Philip G. Terrie


Great Camp Sagamore: The Vanderbilts' Adirondack Retreat


Author: Beverly Bridger


Description: Beverly Bridger has been Sagamore's Executive Director for more than 20 years.





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