10 Quick Escapes From New York City 12/01/2015 In a city as inexhaustibly diverse and adventure-filled as New York, it’s easy to forget that there’s a whole world just beyond the five boroughs. But on those occasions when you crave an out-of-town excursion, a slice of small-town life or a brush with nature, the options are endless.

8 Ways to Sleep Around 01/26/2015 Fall asleep swaying in the breeze in a hand-hewn wooden orb suspended in the coastal rain forest of Vancouver Island. Kick back in a sunny, art-filled SoHo flat stocked with fluffy hotel towels, Kiehl’s bath products, and an iPhone loaded with your host’s tips on the neighborhood’s finest.

Camping without setting up a campsite 01/05/2015 Camp Orenda is a privately owned 40-acre mountain property on a mountainside in Johnsburg in the spectacular Adirondack State Park of New York. Nearby is Gore Mountain ski area, the Hudson River, the ski town of North Creek, and 26 miles north west of Lake George.

The Newest, Most Luxe Camping Spots in the U.S. 08/14/2013 If you can't stand the three B's of roughing it (bugs, bears, and icky bathrooms), we've got a cushy new plan for your next adventure at the best luxury camping spots in the U.S.

Johnsburg campground singled out by Times 05/17/2013   Adirondackers might snicker at the term “glamping,” but David Webb seems to be getting the last laugh. The entrepreneur, who launched his version of glamorous camping in 2011, has captured the attention of The New York Times. In January, the Adirondack Mountains, and specifically Webb’s Camp Orenda in Johnsburg, made the Sunday Travel section’s …

This week’s wanderlust… Camp Orenda

06/30/2012 Camping without any of the work near Lake George? Um, yes please. With four canvas tents like the one above, that’s just what family-friendly Camp Orenda offers.

A Family Backcountry Experience at Orenda

02/27/2012 What do you get when you put two young kids, an overworked father and a high-maintenance wife (love you, honey) into an SUV and send them for a camping trip into the great outdoors? A disaster? It certainly could have been.