Camp Driftwood - Jon Voorhees

124 Driftwood Trail
Indian Lake, New York 12842


Camp Driftwood has hosted families on the shore of wild and wonderful Indian Lake since 1919. On its 10 hilly acres, there are a dozen unique, Adirondack-style cabins, well-screened from one another by natural woods and undergrowth. Each has 2 or 3 bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, comfortable furnishings, a relaxing porch, outdoor fireplace and lake view. The lakefront at Camp ranges from a fairly shallow sandy beach in a sheltered cove to rock-ribbed, deep water off a promontory. Other waterfront features include a boat dock, swimming float and lean-to with communal fireplace. We provide kayaks, canoes, rowboats, a sunfish and firewood at no extra charge. The lake is crystal clear and well populated with brown trout, smallmouth bass and various other species. The nights are quiet and the beds are good. Most of our guests stake out a vacation period and return to the same cabin year after year, often for generations. Summer and Fall are famous here, but Camp Driftwood is open year-round, and some of the best times to visit are during our “secret seasons”. Only a few of the cabins are equipped for winter use. Off-peak discounts are available. For more info, please visit our website: