Lodging and Rentals

Are you thinking about spending a few fun-filled days in the beautiful outdoors?

Maybe you have an upcoming retreat, conference or family vacation.

Consider Camp Mark 7! Our facilities and amenities are like no other.


The Mohawk Lodge, which faces pristine Fourth Lake, is over 100 years old and is 1,800 feet above sea level, in the heart of the Adirondacks.  There is a long veranda with lawn-facing chairs, a multipurpose court for games, and a bonfire seating arena.  

On the main floor there is a dining hall, kitchen, and a small chapel. There is also a lounge on the lower level with an original stone fireplace and two separate rooms where one can do arts and crafts or play pool. The large-sized multipurpose room can hold up to 100 people, and is ideal for skits or meetings.

The dorm-style bedrooms on the upper floors vary in size, and have two to six bunk or twin beds. Guests may bring their own sheets or sleeping bags and towels. Each bathroom has individual sinks and showers, hostel style.

Breakfast, lunch, and supper are provided for an additional cost.


CM7 offers many waterfront and outdoor/indoor activities such as swimming, canoeing (with canoes available for use at no cost to guests), arts and crafts crafts, lawn games, basketball and various ball games. There are many nearby trails for enthusiastic hikers. We also offer a chapel for prayer, and a Catholic mass if a priest is onsite. There are also many sights in the Adirondacks, especially in Old Forge and Lake Placid.

Lodging: $30 per person per day


  • Breakfast: $7
  • Lunch: $10
  • Dinner: $18

All prices are per person per day.


To make a reservation, contact us today! The Lodge is also available for retreats, conferences, or family vacations in late May, early June or early September.


The onsite CM7 store sells T-shirts, sweatshirts, sweat pants and postcards. 


A typical summer day is warm, in the 70s, with cooler evenings. Guests should so bring a variety of clothes. The June months tend to be cooler (60s) while the month of August can go up to the 80s. 


CM7 is proud to be accredited by the American Camping Association (ACA) since 1998. Developed exclusively for the camp industry, this nationally recognized program focuses on program quality, health and safety issues. It also requires us to review every facet of our operation. CM7 voluntarily submitted to this independent appraisal done by camp experts and has earned this mark of distinction.

CM7 is a smoke-free environment.