Outdoors is what we do
Outdoor recreation is, without a doubt, the ultimate draw to the Adirondacks. With so much open wilderness here, there's a never-ending supply of camping, hiking, boating, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, fishing, and whitewater rafting options!
Looking for a lot of action all in one place? Make sure you add Oak Mountain to your list. With tubing, riding, skiing, and hiking, their trails are just waiting to be explored. Snowmobilers, cross-country skiers, snowshoers can be found enjoying the scrumptious food at Oak's lounge before (and after) travelling their connecting trails.
This is a place where you will find no timetables except your own, so start planning your Adirondack vacation itinerary today.
Shed those layers, Get Out, and Explore
As the snow recedes from the Adirondack Mountains, new opportunities open up. The cool temperatures are perfect for hiking and the waterways are open and begging to be paddled. If adventure isn't your thing, no worries! Check out the upcoming Adirondack Boreal Birding Festival. New to birding? Check out this Adirondack birding primer, and be sure to follow the links at the bottom of the page for more bird-based info.
The Heart of the Adirondacks is Beckoning
Around every corner you will find friendly folks to talk to and exciting adventures just waiting to be discovered. Browse our detailed listings of activities below and start planning your trip to the Adirondacks today!