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4th Night Free!!!

Book any three nights and the forth night is FREE!

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Directions

Because Plum Point Lodge on Seneca is a great “hideaway” on Seneca Lake, finding your way there can seem a bit challenging without the assistance of GPS and a Smartphone.  Finding State Route 14 is the key to finding Plum Point Lodge.  Once you get there on Route 14, there are three roads to the east that will take you to the lakefront and the property, Rapalee Road on the north, Plum Point Circle in the middle, and Hall Road on the south.  We recommend the middle road, Plum Point Circle, and, at that turn-off, you will be roughly 1.5 miles from your destination.

FROM THE NORTH: Route 14 can be accessed from the New York State Thruway at Exit 42.  As you leave the toll booth, take a right on Route 14.  Follow Route 14 south for approximately 34 miles, through Geneva and Dresden.  You will first pass a large Plum Point Lodge sign, which is at Rapalee Road (the northern-most of the three roads that can be used to reach the Lodge; if you take this road, you will turn left, but we recommend you continue on to the second left-hand turn at Plum Point Circle.  That road is marked shortly before the turn by a small state sign on your right.  Drive down Plum Point Circle to a T at the lake, and take a right.  Plum Point Lodge will be immediately on your right.

FROM THE SOUTH: Route 14 runs from the Pennsylvania state line all the way to the three Plum Point Lodge turnoffs mentioned above.  About 15 miles north of Watkins Glen, you will come to Hall Road, which is the southern-most of the three roads that can be used to reach the Lodge.  Again, however, we would recommend taking the next right-hand turn to the north onto Plum Point Circle to best access the Lodge.

FROM THE EAST OR THE WEST: You can access Route 14 from a number of east-west roads south of Watkins Glen, and drive due north. Virtually all of them eventually lead to Route 14, at points either north or south of the Plum Point Lodge turnoffs.  Determine if you are north or south of Himrod as you approach Route 14, and then follow the north or south directions above.

Drive carefully.  The deer population may appear at times to exceed the human totals!