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AMC offers various lodging options at destinations from Maine to New Jersey including campsites, bunk houses, private cabins, and lodges. We encourage guests to get off the grid and explore the outdoors. Sleep well knowing your visit supports the conservation and stewardship of the natural world around you. Explore our destinations. Reservation hours are Monday – Saturday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
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Bring the family to Cardigan Lodge in the Shem Valley of New Hampshire for a summer getaway or book a stay at the High Cabin in winter for access to 50 miles of backcountry ski trails. Whether you choose to hike Mount Cardigan, explore nearby Wellington State Park, enjoy the sandy beaches of Newfound Lake, or simply relax on the deck or by the campfire, you’ll have plenty of activities to choose from. There’s even a small pond onsite for swimming. Lodging options range from private rooms, to bunkrooms, to walk-in tent sites. Come visit us in the Lakes region!
Situated on Long Pond, the lodge is an ideal place for paddlers to take in a sunrise or sunset canoe. Enjoy garden-to-table meals and waterfront cabins views. Hike to nearby Gulf Hagas or stop in for the night on a lodge-to-lodge ski tour. Escape to a remote wonderland where life moves at a different pace. Discover the allure of Maine’s 100-Mile Wilderness on your visit. Lodging options range from private cabins to a shared bunkhouse.
Located within 35 miles of Manhattan with waterfront access on Breakneck Pond in Harriman State Park, it’s the ideal destination for hiking, paddling, and camping. It’s also a great spot for group outings—including family reunions, corporate outings, and youth/scout groups. In addition to a common outdoor space for programs, there is a dining hall and group meeting space. Lodging options range from cabins to tent platforms and three-sided shelters.
Our historic high mountain huts have offered hikers hot meals and a bunk for the night in spectacular locations just steps away from some of the Northeast’s highest peaks.
Nestled in Crawford Notch, the Highland Center is the perfect spot to set up base camp in the White Mountains—complete with a L.L.Bean gear room with free demos. The southern Presidential peaks are within hiking distance as is access to Arethusa or Ripley Falls. Hike, climb, swim in a waterfall, or backcountry ski—the Highland Center is the place for year-round adventures. Stunning views surround you at every angle. Choose from private rooms, family rooms with hallway bath, shared bunkrooms, or bunk up in the Shapleigh Bunkhouse.
Set in the heart of Pinkham Notch, the lodge is surrounded by the White Mountain National Forest and is steps away from trails to Mount Washington. Ski Tuckerman Ravine, mountain bike the Great Glen trails, or hop on our hiker shuttle to explore the surrounding summits. The lodge offers guests various lodging options including private rooms and bunkrooms as well as a variety of free walk-on programs.
World-class fly fishing for wild brook trout awaits you at Little Lyford. It’s also a dog-friendly destination—so bring your pet along for the adventure. If fishing isn’t your thing, there are plenty of activities to keep you busy in the surrounding woods. Hiking trails lead out from your cabin and also bring you to paddle launch sites. Little Lyford is one of the ski-in destinations on our lodge-to-lodge ski tours as well. Bunkhouse accommodations are also available.
Our newest destination in the Maine Woods is a great spot for waterfront activities, mountain biking, or simply enjoying views of Mt. Katahdin. Come find your Zen moment—be it fly fishing, hiking, yoga, or just lounging fireside at the lodge. In winter, set fresh tracks on more than 90 miles of cross-country ski trails that are groomed daily. Medawisla is the perfect place to get off the grid, unplug, and recharge.
Explore the Delaware Gap National Recreation Area with a stay at Mohican Outdoor Center. Located on a glacial lake and just steps from the Appalachian Trail, this location is an ideal getaway for hiking, paddling, or simply relaxing. With self-service cabins, comfortable lodge bunk space, and a fully-stocked kitchen, Mohican caters to those who prefer to bring or cook their own meals.
Noble View’s peaceful, pristine mountaintop location overlooks the Pioneer Valley and features 360 acres of woodlands, trails, and abandoned farm fields to explore. Relax in one of our fully updated, dog friendly self-service cottages where guests are responsible for preparing their own meals. Cabins have electricity and lighting. There is no running water or sinks in the cabins. The cabins share a central campfire ring and firewood is included.