July – August 15, 2017:
- Lake Kora is reserved on an exclusive use basis, where the entire destination is for the private enjoyment of your family and friends
- The nightly rate for a buyout is $19,980 for group sizes ranging from 1 to 14 individuals, each additional person is $660 (26 people max)
August 15 – October, 2017:
- Individual couples and small families (children 12 years and older) may book a specific lodge to enjoy for a few nights without needing to reserve the entire destination
- For these individual bookings, lodge rentals range from $1,500 to $3,295 a night
- Buyouts are still accepted, and the nightly rate for groups up to 14 people is $14,950 in September and October
A stay at Lake Kora is all-inclusive of all food and non-alcoholic beverages, standard activities and equipment, and the services of a full staff including housekeepers and local chefs. Should you wish for specific activity additions such as a masseuse or tennis coach, arrangements will be made at the time of booking.
* Rates listed do not include a NY state tax of 8%
Prepare for Your Stay
We will work with you to customize all aspects of your stay.
Although Lake Kora holds nearly all elements of a restorative escape, some guests may wish to arrange for extra services during their stay. When planning your visit, please let us know any extra touches that might make your stay even more relaxing. Perhaps a dockside yoga lesson with an instructor, a session with a massage therapist, a wildlife expert with whom to walk the trails, or possibly an evening visit from a local storyteller who’ll bring local lore alive.
As comfort is of the utmost importance at Lake Kora, there is no dress code; casual attire is suggested. You may wish to bring active clothes for partaking in boating activities, workout clothes for enjoying the squash, tennis, or basketball courts, a swimsuit for the lake or spa facilities, and a sturdy pair of shoes or hiking boots for the walking trails. A sweater or light jacket may be needed even during summer evenings; if your travel plans are for after Labor Day, additional warm layers are suggested.