So much to see and do

In the Adirondacks, our biggest attraction of course is the Adirondacks – a vast, pristine playground of balsam forests, mountain peaks and deep lakes offering unparalleled outdoor recreation. Be sure to consider a tour or excursion while visiting to take in as much scenery as you can.

Adirondack Great Camps

Discover Great Camps along the shores of Raquette Lake. Explore the lake in style aboard the W. W. Durant Cruise Ship and enjoy a dinner cruise complete with evening entertainment against the spectacular colors of an Adirondack sunset.

Another one of the region's unique Adirondack attractions is Great Camp Sagamore, a former Vanderbilt Great Camp, and now a National Historic Landmark. Sagamore offers overnight accommodations in storied Adirondack Great Camp luxury. Tours of the buildings and grounds, as well as special events are open to the general public throughout the year.

Arts and Culture

Here you will find the region's famous Adirondack Museum where you can experience live exhibits, regional history, and everything that makes the Adirondacks a unique place to visit, located in Blue Mountain Lake.
Be certain you will find plenty of other attractions in the Adirondack Park. Browse our multiple museums and art offerings throughout the region.

Attractions Listings: 1 - 10 of 15

W.W. Durant Cruise & Dine

254 Antlers Road, Raquette Lake

The Adirondack Museum

9097 State Route 30, Blue Mountain Lake

Oak Mountain Ski Center

141 Novosel Way, Speculator

The Wild Center

45 Museum Drive, Tupper Lake

Great Camp Sagamore

Sagamore Rd, Raquette Lake

Morehouse Historical Museum

715 State Route 8, Hoffmeister

Arrowhead Park

160 State Route 28, Inlet