Exploring The Adirondack Region
Whether you’re looking to canoe in Cranberry Lake or hike a High Peak, the Adirondack region is filled with options. When the Adirondack Park was first established in 1885, it was the first state preserve to exist in the nation. That effort ensured that generations to follow could enjoy all the natural splendor that the Adirondack Mountains have to offer.
Today, the Adirondacks is still one of the best destinations in the United States to enjoy outdoor activities. There are endless options for hiking, fishing, and boating in the summer. During the winter months, snow lovers can ski, ice skate, and snowshoe to explore.
While the outdoors and exploring nature is a favorite in the Adirondacks, there’s plenty of other options, too. The region is filled with great museums, fine dining, and cultural activities.
Whether you’re looking for a quick overnight or a longer stay, you’re bound to find plenty to keep busy year round in the Adirondacks!
Adirondack Region Map Click the pins to find blog posts from each location
Checkout this list of facts and learn some interesting tidbits about the Adirondacks