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Lake Placid / Saranac Lake Region:
The Heart of the Adirondacks

Lake Placid / Saranac Lake Regional Towns & Villages >

Bloomingdale | Elizabethtown | Jay | Keene | Keene Valley | Lake Clear | Lake Placid | North Pole | Onchiota | Paradox | Saranac Lake | Tupper Lake | Vermontville | Wilmington

Lake PlacidExplore the Lake Placid / Saranac Region! The Heart of the Adirondacks lies for the most part, between Lake Placid and Saranac Lake. The High Peaks wilderness area is located in this region, and is the most frequented by tourists of all 17 Adirondack wilderness areas. With countless recreational opportunities, there is something for everyone to enjoy. There are rivers to fish, lakes and ponds to paddle, and enough mountains and forest to explore for a lifetime!

Lake Placid is best known for winter sports, as it was host to both the 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympics. Skiing, both nordic and alpine, can be done at nearby Whiteface Mountain, as well as hiking, mountain biking, and gondola rides. Lake Placid is rich with history and offers upscale lodging and dining as well as family oriented vacation opportunities.

Saranac Lake, first settled in 1819, has a rich history and is home to 186 buildings that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The region became a vacation destination in the late 19th century, and notable figures from Mark Twain to Albert Einstein had summer homes in the area.

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Things to Do

From leaf-peeping in the fall to hiking and paddling in the summer, there is something to do any time of the year!

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Dining in Saranac Lake


Whether you are looking to bring the kids to a family style restaurant, or sit down for an upscale, intimate dinner, you'll find plenty of options!

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Resort overlooking the lake


Accommodations in Lake Placid & Saranac Lake offer everything from budget hotels to cozy cabins and luxury resorts!

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Town of Lake Placid NY in the heart of the of the Adirondacks

Business & Services Directory

Whether you live here or just like to visit, use this resource to find information on the countless local businesses in and around the area!

Find businesses in the region