Rent This Historic & Serene NY Camp Where Mark Twain Vacationed
Stay in The Peaceful & Historic Mark Twain Cabin on NY's Saranac Lake
Want to be whisked away into the serene times of the 1900s with modern amenities? Stay where Mark Twain stayed in 1901. Sam Clements aka Mark Twain stayed in this cabin from June until October 1901 and wrote many stories including "A Double Barreled Detective Story". It's dubbed as a once-in-a-lifetime stay on the shores of Saranac Lake in the shadow of Mark Twain according to MarkTwainCamp.weebly.com. There is a private swimming area, dock, and canoes. You can explore, swim, go fishing, boat, have a picnic, or just relax. It seems remote but it's only two miles from the Village of Saranac Lake.
You can rent this peaceful retreat and historic Mark Twain Camp on Saranac Lake through Airbnb by clicking HERE.