Point Comfort is a small, privately owned point on the east shore of Lake 

George. It is a rustic traditional Adirondack camp that has been changed very

little since it was built in the late 1880s. We have opted to preserve what we have 

loved about our place from its past as it was left to us by our ancestors through 

five generations. Which means we have not opted to update with all the modern 

conveniences and amenities you might expect in a vacation rental. 

The house is roughly built but comfortable. There is no insulation or even 

interior wall finishes (the studs are bare on the inside). There is running water and 

electricity. There is no microwave, dishwasher or television. You won’t need a 

TV. You will spend all your time swimming in the clean, beautiful waters of Lake 

George from the private docks or at the public beach on the other side of the Point, 

sunning yourself, canoeing, hiking, etc. The house is on a road that dead-ends in 

the NY State Adirondack Park. After that there is nothing but woods and 

mountains. It is a great location to enjoy the outdoors. There is a lagoon behind 

the house that is home to much pond life and is fun to explore or just gaze at 

from the deck.

The house has five bedrooms and an outdoor sleeping porch. The 

bedrooms sleep eight (one bedroom with a full bed, two bedrooms with two twin 

beds each, and two bedrooms with one twin bed each). The unscreened porch 

sleeps four. The kitchen is modestly supplied with silverware, plate ware, and 

cookware. There is a toaster and coffee maker. The bathroom is available only 

from the side porch.


George Henry Daley and Elizabeth Wood Daley went to Pilot Knob for their honeymoon.

(More to come)

Daley siblings on the bridge between Point Comfort and Camp Andrew

George Herbert Daley was the oldest of the Daley siblings. He married  May Belle Turell and had a daughter Eleanor Daley. She married Livingston Hunt and they had two daughters Isabelle  and Turell.

Isabelle Hunt with her grand parents,Minnie (May Belle Turell Daley) and Geegee (George Herbert Daley) on the dock at Point Comfort

Terry and Isabelle Hunt on the dock at Point Comfort before the roof between the docks came down