The Point, a former Rockefeller “Great Camp,” is located approximately 25 minutes from the small town of Saranac Lake in the Adirondack Mountains of New York. Within a five-hour drive of the tri-state area, the camp’s footprint nudges up against Upper Lake Saranac. The Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel claims a spectacular 60 acres, including five miles of hiking trails. Lake Saranac itself is nine miles long and consists of Upper, Middle and Lower Lake Saranac; Upper Lake where The Point is situated being the largest of the lakes. Visitors to The Point are afforded some of the most spectacular unspoiled scenery in the country. It’s just the way nature intended.