You feel it from as far away as Northstar’s most distant run. You sense its presence as you flip from Chapter 8 to 9 on the deck of the Lost Library. And you anticipate it on your return leg from a day at the Beach Shack on Lake Tahoe. It’s that place that, like the great lodges of America’s most notable national parks, calls to us like a candle to the moth. In this case, it’s known as The Camp Lodge and it rises above the 18th green, making it a convenient place to celebrate your long-overdue eagle or massage away the triple bogey that cost you a bottle of Cab. With dramatic terraces and sliding walls for warm summer days, the Camp Lodge has an open-air feel. In fact, virtually every one of its 50,000 square-feet provides a view—even the luxurious locker rooms and spas.
Treat yourself to a rigorous workout, a luxury spa treatment, a 19th hole cocktail, laps in the saline pool, a hot tub soak, a formal dining experience or a casual meal at the grill, but mostly, find time to lose yourself in what this centerpiece of Martis Camp was ultimately designed for — the simple, unhurried opportunity to connect with family and friends.