Adirondack Fall Foliage, Events & Activities

With some of the most impressive foliage in the Northeast, the Adirondacks are a prime destination for visitors and locals alike with a desire to view the most breathtaking vistas in the country. But leaf peeping isn't the only thing to do in the region - check out the nearly endless number of possibilities for fun that can be had on a fall visit to the Adirondacks!

Our Adirondack Fall Foliage Guide gives you an insider's look at the best places and times to view peak foliage in each region of the Park.
Catch a glimpse of stunning Adirondack fall photos by Carl Heilman II, and learn where each shot was taken.
From the Adirondack Balloon Festival in Queensbury, to Gore Mountain's Harvest Fest, there are a lot of exciting festivals to check out!
Mark your calendar for these exciting events coming up this fall!
We asked our Adirondack.net Facebook fans what their favorite fall activities were, and they gave us some great responses!
Check out great fall lodging specials happening this fall throughout the region! You'll be able to enjoy the foliage and keep money in your pocket.
Celebrate fall with crisp apples, the smell of apple pie, and the fun of going apple picking at a local orchard. It's a great experience for all ages!
Visit an Adirondack farm this fall! You'll find activities for the whole family, and each farm offers something unique.
There are several Farmers Markets in the area, and you'll find everything including meat, jams, cheese, and fresh fall produce!
The best place to see breathtaking foliage (and get some exercise while you're at it) is from the top of a mountain after hiking or biking!
Fall's cool temperatures and the Adirondack Park's lovely surroundings make the perfect pair when it comes to camping in the great outdoors.
Fall brings milder rapids to the Hudson River compared to spring. Go rafting on the river, or explore the region's beautiful waterfalls.
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