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Things To Do In The Adirondacks

Find fun things to do in the Adirondacks! No matter the season, the Adirondack Region is jam packed with a wide range of activities for every age, from amusement parks and museums to hiking trails and shopping hotspots.

There's so much to do in the Adirondacks! See an extensive list of options including outdoor fun.
Adirondack attractions appeal to those seeking sights and solitude, as well as folks looking for an adventure.
Sucker Brook Trail sign
Alan Nudi
Discover miles of trails for all skill levels in the Adirondack Hiking Guide.
Pair up with an experienced guide and try the exhilarating sport of whitewater rafting in the Adirondacks! 
You don't have to be a history buff to appreciate ADK museums and historic sites!
Enjoy fun for the whole family with these kid-friendly amusements and activities from museums to outdoor fun.
Love fresh produce and locally produced goods? Check out the list of Adirondack farmers markets and stop by one when they're in season.
Visit these local wineries, breweries, and distilleries and sample their unique craft beverages.
Mountain biking is more popular than ever! Discover trails and more info in the Adirondack Biking Guide.
Experience the Adirondacks with the expertise of a professional guide service or with an organized tour. Check out kayaking, fishing, hunting, and more.
Go golfing at an Adirondack area golf course and test your skills as you get back into the swing of things.
Shop 'til you drop in the Adirondacks! Find sweet swag, rustic decor, Adirondack chairs, and more.

 
For when you're ready for a scenic drive, we've broken out the Adirondack Park into four regions so you can explore by car.
Looking for fireworks? Sparks will fly come the Fourth of July and at winter carnivals in the Adirondack Park.
Check out these 12 unique activities that can you can do in the Adirondacks, but not much place else. What's your favorite?
Marvel at the seven wonders of the Adirondacks and make a plan to visit each must-see special location.
Sleigh riding, a hiking challenge, snowmobiling, and more - see why you'll want to include Chestertown in your vacation plans.
Discover a dozen ways you can make your next trip to the Adirondack Park with the kids an adventerous one!
Take a scenic drive through the Adirondack Park and visit these seven covered bridges. There are only 23 historic covered bridges in the entire state!
If you've been bitten by the pickleball bug, or are curious about this popular sport, check out places to play pickleball in the ADK.
Find boat rentals and marinas and enjoy on-the-water fun in the Adirondacks as you build memories with your favorite people.
 
Have you heard of forest bathing? Find out what this sensory adventure is all about and how it differs from a walk in the woods.
Teddy Roosevelt with his arms out
Discover Newcomb
TR Weekend in Newcomb happens in September. For 2020 the event has gone virtual, but usually includes a variety of demonstrations, events, and activities.
The Thurman area gets a lot sweeter come spring with the Thurman Maple Days! Get the details on this popular event.
It's never too early to get excited about winter in the Adirondacks! Find ski resorts, centers, and guides who can help you this winter.
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