At Six Flags Great Escape Lodge and Indoor Water Park, just minutes from Lake George, attractions include an indoor water park with breathtaking water slides and pool activities, a kids klub, birthday fun and a junior life-guarding program
Rail Explorers offers an unforgettable pedal powered journey along six miles of historic railroad between Saranac Lake and Lake Clear in New York's Adirondacks. Saranac Lake is just 10 miles from the world famous Lake Placid township.
Offering a "Touch of Finland" in the Adirondacks! Lodging in tupas (cottages), pristine lake with sandy beach to swim, fish, kayak & canoe; hiking & mtn biking. In winter, visit our award-winning cross country ski center for the day or overnight!
The premier winery of the Adirondacks! Visit us in the heart of Lake George for great wines & memorable times! Sample hand-crafted, award-winning wines & keep your souvenir glass. Open year-round with special winery events held throughout the year.
Every day is an event at Fort Ticonderoga and every year is a new experience. Bring the family and experience history come alive by land and by water! Spend the day and discover all that Fort Ticonderoga has to offer. Open rain or shine!
Grand Canyon of the Adirondacks! Explore the depths of the chasm on up to five miles of scenic walking/hiking trails, one-of-a-kind float trips via raft, and adventure tours such as the Adventure Trail via ferrata and rock climbing. FAMILY FRIENDLY!
Suddenly you are worlds way... Enjoy spectacular views across sturdy bridges and manicured pathways that provide safe access into an other wise inaccessible place. One of the Adirondack's most breathtaking 30 minute walks.
Experience Counts! With over 20 years and 3500 flights, fly with the region's premier balloon ride company! Offering private or group flights 7 days a week, sunrise and sunset. Serving the Saratoga and Lake George area. (518)793-6342
Great family fun with a pumpkin patch, two corn mazes, a jump park, pedal carts, slides, animals, kid-friendly evening Halloween hay rides, delicious and homemade apple cider doughnuts, and a slew of other fall activities.
The Lake Placid Olympic Jumping Complex was built for the 1980 Olympics and features two jumps that are 90- and 120-meters tall, respectively. There is also a smaller freestyle hill where aerialists practice and compete.