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Thanksgiving Dinner at Garnet Hill
Thanksgiving Dinner - Dine In or Takeout
Our exceptional Chef Michael will prepare a delicious Thanksgiving feast (buffet-style) for our guests and local North River residents to enjoy. Let us take care of the cooking (and the dishes), while you enjoy the company of your family and friends surrounded by the historic charm of our Log House, the warmth of our large, wood-burning fireplace, and the serenity of the Adirondack mountains. Plus, guests can enjoy live music as you dine fireside.
Dinner will be $50 per person for adults, $20 for children 10-years-old and under – and will include all of the traditional Thanksgiving favorites. Dinner will be served between noon and 4 pm, with reservations required for both in-house guests and non-guests. Takeout orders will be available, but must be pre-ordered ahead of time!
Make a Getaway Out of It
Let us host your Thanksgiving celebration with family and friends at Garnet Hill Lodge! Between the crisp Adirondack air, beautiful mountain and lake views, comfortable accommodations, plenty of outdoor activities, and exceptional food – Garnet Hill Lodge is the perfect place to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday with family and friends.
Guests who stay at our Lodge over the holiday can enjoy added perks and amenities during their visit, including live music during Thanksgiving dinner and daily guided hikes exploring miles and miles of our trails. Plus, daily breakfast and resort access are always included to our guests.
We will be offering guided hiking tours complimentary to all guests during the Thanksgiving holiday – from Wednesday, Nov. 23 through Sunday, Nov. 27, 2022. Explore miles and miles of trails with exceptional mountain and lake views, interesting spots along our trails, peaceful valleys full of wildlife, and so much more. Our local expert will take you through all of this and more as you work up an appetite for your delicious Thanksgiving feast.