Explore White Pine Camp as never before with this exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of the 1926 Summer White House of Calvin Coolidge with the man responsible for saving it, founding AARCH board president Howie Kirschenbaum. Well-known architect Addison Mizners and William Massarene partnered with regional master builder Ben Muncil to build White Pine Camp over the course of two decades between 1906 and the 1920s. The camp boasts a unique architecture combining Adirondack “Great Camp” design and a pre-modern style, forming one all its own. Experience this closer look at the site with Howie as we explore the Main Camp, its storied rooms, the Gate House complex, and some other spaces as well.
The tour is led by Howie Kirschenbaum, author of White Pine Camp: The Saga of an Adirondack Great Camp and Summer White House.
The tour begins at 10:30 AM and ends around 2 PM.
The fee is $55 for AARCH members and $65 for non-members. Cost includes a copy of White Pine Camp book.