Guide To Staycations In The Adirondacks
If you're looking for something fun to do close to home, plan a staycation! The Adirondacks offer endless possibilities for things to do, making them an ideal spot for your next staycation. From outdoor adventures and places to stay and eat, to daytrips to other nearby destinations, the features below contain many suggestions for your next staycation.
Cold Weather Staycations
Enjoy a snowy winter weekend in the Adirondacks! Plan the perfect adventure with help from this sample itinerary
No snow? No problem! There's still plenty of fun to be had during a winter weekend in the Adirondacks. Use this itinerary
to make your plans.
Take your staycation to the next level by staying overnight somewhere other than your home! Here are some lodging options
for your consideration.
Whether you're staying in a cozy Adirondack cabin or heading home for the night, pick up some takeout food from a local restaurant
Downhill skiing is one of the quintessential winter activities in Upstate New York. Find area ski resorts here
and enjoy a skication!
Explore the ADKs on snowshoe! Here are places to go snowshoeing
and also places you can rent snowshoes if you don't have your own.
is an extremely popular activity in the Adirondacks, just make sure you're adequately prepared before heading out.
Drive south of the Adirondacks to Saratoga Springs and treat yourself to a weekend
exploring the area's unique charm and culinary excellence.
Head even further south and spend the weekend
exploring parks and preserves before cozying up in your comfortable guest room.
Explore Other Regional Staycation Guides
Located in the southeastern part of the Adirondacks, Lake George
is a fun place to visit all year long.
Head just south of the blue line and have a daytrip to remember in the Glens Falls Region
is the perfect destination if you're ready to stretch your staycation into a not-too-far-away weekend getaway.
Visit the Albany Staycation Guide
for ideas and itineraries you can use when you want to venture south to the Capital Region.