Skip to main content

About the Log Cabin

5 Bed, 3 Bath, Sleeps 10

The Log Cabin at Warner’s Camp is a true piece of art. This property consists of a three bed, two bath log cabin, a studio cabin with additional bedroom and bathroom, plus an additional sleeper cabin (a charming enclosed lean-to, overlooking a stream).

Located just across the street from the Original Warner’s Camp, this property has direct access to the Ausable River. A hot tub, sauna, and high end foosball table provide endless relaxation after a long day of hiking or skiing at Whiteface.

The cabin is furnished with a combination of antiques, modern pieces, and custom art to create a uniquely cozy experience. Sleek modern items from Room & Board balance out the rustic space.

Adirondack log cabin rental airbnb warners camp a frame
Adirondack log cabin rental airbnb warners camp zline dual fuel range white
Adirondack log cabin rental room and board aurora pendant a frame dining room
adirondack log cabin rental vintage tub bath savanna bathroom clawfoot


The Log Cabin at Warner’s Camp is a scene out of a storybook. Huge interlocking logs support an a-framed second story. The main floor, consisting of a kitchen, dining room, bedroom and bathroom, features incredible shaved logs and custom woodwork.

We’ve updated the kitchen to include high end appliances by ZLINE. Cook in style with the striking Dual Fuel Range and the Compact Dishwasher. The dining room has seating for ten people and opens up to our backyard patio, complete with a smokeless fire pit surrounded by Adirondack chairs, a propane grill, picnic table, and a striking cedar sauna. Step out of the queen bedroom on the first floor for direct access to our luxurious cedar barrel hot tub.

Climb up to the second floor of the Log Cabin to enjoy our parlor; a lovely sitting room with foosball, roku tv, and a beverage fridge. The second floor also has an additional bathroom with a clawfoot tub by Vintage Tub & Bath, a queen bedroom, and double bedroom.

The outbuildings on this property offer your group a variety of private sleeping options:

The studio cabin (not yet photographed), features a private bathroom with yet another clawfoot soaker tub, a wood burning stove, a queen bed, a mini fridge and a coffee marker. This small cabin, located on the edge of our property, is steps away from a seasonal pond that is teeming with life each spring. Enjoy the sounds of bullfrogs at night.

The lean-to cabin is a must-do Adirondack experience with a luxurious twist. Unlike your typical camping lean-to, this one has been heated and insulated for year round sleeping. The lean-to cabin consists of a double bed facing large windows that overlook a seasonal stream.

Spring is one of our favorite times of year at this property as the pond and stream are so much fun to watch. Follow the stream into the woods and explore uncharted territory with cascading waterfalls. Due to ground water patterns in our area, the stream occasionally dries out in August and September. That said, the Ausable River located across the street is flowing year round. Enjoy a direct walking path to the river where you can fish and swim.

What to Expect

>> The fifth bedroom is a converted lean-to cabin. Guests who choose to make use of this “glamping” cabin will have to use the bathroom inside the main cabin as the lean-to does not have running water. The lean-to is heated, insulated, and safe to sleep in year round. A row of string-lights illuminates the walk from the lean-to to the main cabin.

>> All bedrooms have AC, except for the lean-to cabin, which has a ceiling fan instead.

>> Guest must agree to additional hot tub, sauna, and wood stove safety rules.

>> We are located in a somewhat remote area. The house is on Route 9N, a scenic state highway, and backs up to miles of protected state parklands. You can see a couple neighboring homes from sides of the house, while the fire pit area out back feels very secluded. We love our location as we can quickly pop into town, but still have privacy.

>> Firewood is provided and your first fire is on us! Please replace any additional logs used.

>> Our well water tastes and smells a bit like sulfur. It’s completely safe and potable. We drink it while we are there, but you might consider bringing bottled water.

>> Due to our location, cell service is spotty. Enable WiFi calling on your phone to make and receive calls.

>> Expect to encounter wildlife. We regularly see turkeys and deer on the property. During the spring, the bullfrogs and tadpoles are plentiful near the seasonal pond. There will be bugs! A cost of being in the woods and close to water. Consider packing bug spray, and please keep all screens to the house closed (even in the winter).

Sponsored by

Sponsored by