Hotels in Adirondacks
Play golf at world-class courses with breathtaking views of the mountains and lakes, blending the natural beauty of the Adirondack region with the best course design in the business. With over six million acres of wonder at Adirondack Park, you can choose from over 10,000 lakes to take your boat on, with over 30,000 miles of streams and rivers.
Learn everything there is to know about the Adirondack region’s culture and history at the Adirondack Experience in Blue Mountain Lake. The essence of the Adirondacks is beautifully captured at Kurt Gardner Photography Gallery in Old Forge.
Some of the highest elevations in the northeast are right here so get ready for unbelievable skiing and snowboarding with friends or family. If you’re looking for the experience of the most challenging slopes with, the Adirondacks have you covered.
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Gorgeous Golf Courses with Epic Views
The Adirondacks is surrounded scenic golf courses. Prepare to play the Craig Wood Golf Course in Lake Placid, named after the former U.S. Open and Masters’ Champion. Hit the links of the Lake Placid Club’s Mountain Course, designed by the same architect of Augusta National and Cypress Point, Alistair Mackenzie.
Play one of award-winning American golf courses that is 100 years or older at the Saranac Inn Golf Club.
Learn about the natural history of the Adirondack region at the Wild Center in Tupper Lake.
Choose from 46 mountains, all well over 3,000 feet, to climb in the Adirondack High Peaks. Or scale them all to join the Forty Sixers Club. Go canoeing or kayaking on flat water or whitewater on the lakes surrounding Adirondack Park.
Uncover Historic Gems
The best way to get to know a region is through its history. Head out to North Elba, outside of Lake Placid, and visit the home of legendary 19th century abolitionist John Brown.
Make the trip to Old Forge and learn all about the history of the Town of Webb at the Goodsell Museum. Learn about the history of the North Creek Railroad Station at the North Creek Depot Museum.
Live It Up on The Slopes
Enjoy a fun day on the slopes with family and friends at Gore Mountain in North Creek. Get your fill of night skiing, a tubing park, and a magic carpet lift ride at West Mountain in Queensbury.
Known for receiving the heaviest snowfall in the East, the Snow Ridge Ski Area in Turin has 21 trails for skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels.