Outdoors there is a wildly popular fire pit, amply stocked with logs and marshmallows, where guests gather nightly to enjoy one another's after dinner company. Even shy and introverted guests, after an hour around the campfire, become good friends with erstwhile strangers. Launch the Inn's 5 kayaks and canoes for a paddle about the lake to work off that ample breakfast. Afternoons find guests all around the inn's grounds lounging, swimming at the dock, or just taking in the views from patio perches. Explore the neighborhood on provided bicycles or hike the mountain trails and spread out in the lake side hammock to rest those weary legs. 6 PM brings the ever popular hour long cruise down the lake aboard the good ship "Tight Squeeze" the inn's pontoon boat. In the snowy winter, the inn offers convenience and discounted ski lift passes and can make reservations for tubing at Wisp Ski resort across the road. Energetic guests can venture out on the inn's snow shoes. We get well above 100 inches of snow each winter – more than Buffalo, New York.
"This is our fifth visit in six years and we seem to enjoy ourselves more each time.
Lake Pointe Inn is a source of relaxation and escape for us..."
- E & A-- Montgomery Village MD
Our 15 Favorite Things to Do To Experience
All Four Seasons at Deep Creek Lake, Maryland:
Meander and explore the serene and scenic Deep Creek Lake in one of the Inn's kayaks or canoes.
Listen to the sleigh bells jingle as you ride back in time to experience the pastoral beauty of Pleasant Valley on a refreshing horse drawn sleigh.
Take a guided hike with a naturalist to investigate and explore all the cultural and natural resources Deep Creek State Park holds.
The Inn's pontoon boat ride will help to unwind and relax viewing 65 miles of shoreline. (Seasonal from mid-May through October)
Have some fun swishing down the snow-covered mountain on a tube in the cool mountain air. Pack a picnic and hike through one of the many state parks.
Beat the heat of a hot city summer playing a round of golf immersed in breathtaking mountains designed around the natural contours at the Wisp Ski slopes named by Golfstyles Magazine as one of the "100 Must-Play Courses of the Mid-Atlantic."
View world-renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater and Kentuck Knob less than an hour away.
If you are looking for adventure there are Class II to Class IV rapids on the nearby wild rivers to satisfy every appetite and don't miss the man-made whitewater course on the top of Marsh Hill.
Take an airplane trip to get a bird's eye look at the surrounding area.
Include Alpine or Cross-country skiing in your winter plans to make the hot cocoa taste sweeter while you recharge in front of the Inn's 9 foot stone fireplace.
Enjoy the silence as you cross country ski or snowshoe at Herrington Manor State Park or watch the snow fall in the warming hut at the new Adventure Sports Center.
Enjoy an afternoon mountain bike ride through over 80,000 acres of public parks.
In the spring the "Sap-To-Syrup" demonstrations show how maple syrup is made.
The fall is the time to surround yourself in vibrant foliage and experience the colors on a walk to Muddy Creek Falls, the highest waterfall in Maryland.
Roast marshmallows over the Inn's fire pit while overlooking a moonlit lake at night.
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