Flat Rock Camp, in its unusual setting, is a fine example of an Adirondack Great Camp estate. Begun in 1890 and constructed in stages over roughly the next 20 years, the camp was designed by A.G. Paine and was largely built by Lyman Smith, A.G.'s immediate neighbor to the north. The numerous stone chimneys were erected by Peter Lacey, a noted, local stone mason from Keeseville.
Flat Rock Camps and Environs
Annual Meeting 1997