Adirondack Seasonal & Specialty Guides

Whether you are visiting the Adirondack Region for the first time and need some guidance or you are a local looking for some new ideas, our seasonal and specialty guides are chock full of information!

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Seasonal Guides

Fall is a spectacular time of year Adirondacks. Find fall festivals, activities, great places to hike, bike & more in our Fall Guide.
Let us help you enjoy the holiday season without the stress. From party planning to gift ideas, our Holiday Guide has it all!
There's so much to do during the winter months, from skiing and snowshoeing to hiking and beyond! Get started with our Winter Guide.
Ready to enjoy warm weather activities in the Adirondacks? Explore our Spring Guide for ideas, things to do, and more!
Celebrate Valentine's Day with a romantic getaway to the Adirondacks! Find lodging packages, gift ideas, and more in our guide.
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Specialty Guides

There's no better hiking destination than the ADKs! Find hiking trails, kid-friendly hikes, hiking challenges, safety tips and much more.
Whether you prefer to camp in a lean-to, an RV, or at a primitive site, you'll find lots of helpful information in our Camping Guide.
Get information about various types of paddling, plus top paddling destinations, paddling-related events, and even a photo gallery.
Get out on the water! Visit our Boating Guide for local marinas, rules & regulations, and even a map of lakes in the region.
Plan a whitewater rafting trip in the Adirondacks! For the wildest rapids, plan your trip in the spring, but be sure to read our tips before you go.
The Adirondack Park is home to a great variety of wildlife. Learn about moose, bald eagles, loons, owls, and more in our Wildlife Guide!
Hunting and fishing are very popular in the Adirondacks, but you should be aware of license information and open seasons before heading out.
Get rewarded for your hike when you plan a route that leads to a waterfall! Some Adirondack falls can even be seen from the road.
Interested in regional news, like new trail creation, upcoming events, and businesses opening? Head to our Regional Blogs section!
Be on the lookout for harmful plants like poison ivy and invasive species that pose a threat to the local ecosystem.
Learn about Adirondack summer camps and the benefits they can offer, then browse a directory of camps in the region.
Heavy snowstorms sometimes mean school closings or delays in the Adirondacks! Get a full list of school closings & delays for the region.

About The Adirondacks

Learn more about the Adirondack area's rich history, from iconic sites and notable figures to battles and ghost stories.
Learn more about the dozens of towns that make up the Adirondacks, and find businesses and attractions located in each.
There are lakes of all shapes and sizes throughout the Adirondacks. Some allow motorboats, while others are perfect for paddling.
Learn even more about the ADKs, including its nicknames, current weather, and recognition the region has received over the years.

Other Regional Guides

In Adirondacks' southern region is Lake George, a 32-mile-long body known as the "Queen of American Lakes."
About a 30 minute drive from the Park's southern border is Saratoga Springs, a city known for its thoroughbred race course.
You'll find the Glens Falls Region in the foothills of the Adirondacks. The vibrant community is brimming with things to see and do.
Albany is the capital of New York State and is a hub of technological innovation. Be sure to visit the city's historic landmarks when you go!
Halfway between Saratoga Springs and Albany is Clifton Park, a region with great shopping, dining, and - as its name implies - beautiful parks.
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