Visit An Iconic Adirondack Village: Lake Placid, NY
Photo by The Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism/Lake Placid CVB (ROOST)
Lake Placid has it all: back-country adventure, Olympic thrills, upscale and family-oriented lodging and dining, European ambience, history, arts, and an endless list of activities.
The outdoor adventurer can cruise down Olympic trails at nearby Whiteface Mountain; cross-country ski and snowshoe at several venues (including the Olympic site at Mount Van Hovenberg); hit the links at several top-notch courses; ride a bobsled and a luge sled down the Olympic track; hike, rock-climb, and ice-climb a few short miles from the center of town; paddle the nearby waters; and fish the area's many streams, lakes, and ponds.
Less-athletic activities also abound. Simply walking along Main Street, exploring the eclectic variety of restaurants and shops, is an experience to be treasured. The Olympic venues offer non-stop opportunities to watch world-class ski jumping, biathlon, cross-country racing, free-style skiing, hockey, and downhill skiing, as well as luge, bobsled, and skeleton racing. No matter what your tastes may be, Lake Placid is truly your year-round destination.
Experience the best in Lake Placid lodging at the Courtyard Marriott Lake Placid. With spacious rooms, abundant amenities and Adirondack charm, our hotel will leave you feeling relaxed and refreshed, whether you're traveling for business or fun!
Visit Country Dreams Farm at their Lake Placid location in winter and treat yourself to an authentic horse-drawn sleigh ride at the John Brown Farm State Historic Site. Their sleigh rides are perfect for friends, families, and romantic evenings.
Placid Bay Inn "On Lake Placid" - Enjoy the peace and quiet of your Adirondack home away from home, right on Lake Placid, with canoes, outdoor pool, Adirondack chairs for lounging by the Lake, and free Wi-Fi. All accommodations are newly renovated.
Located at Whiteface Club & Resort on the scenic shores of Lake Placid, the Moose Lodge Boathouse Restaurant offers a casual, family-friendly dining experience. Relax on their spacious deck and take in the incredible views of the lake and mountains.
Are you looking for an elegant meal with stunning lake views? Reserve your table at Artisans at the Lake Placid Lodge. You will enjoy delicious, fresh and seasonal cuisine with incredible views of the lake and mountains.
Big Mountain Deli & Creperie is the place to get a quick breakfast or lunch in Lake Placid. Their gourmet sandwiches are perfect for packing to take on a hike or on the lake, and you won't believe you're not in France when you try the crepes!
This 18-hole course runs April-November, weather permitting. Owned and operated by the Town of North Elba, this course was designed in 1925 by Seymour Dunn. Available on-site are a pro shop, practice facilities, and a restaurant & lounge.
With sizzling steaks, fresh seafood and award-winning handcrafted ales, this the perfect place for great food and a good time. Two private dining spaces also make it an ideal option for rehearsal dinners, petite weddings and private parties.
High Peaks Mountain Guides is your trusted source for outdoor adventures in the Adirondacks. They offer guided hikes, fishing trips, and paddling excursions, and also sell all the gear you need for your outdoor activities.
Kid friendly until 9:30 pm, the Kanu Lounge boasts a wide variety of craft brews, signature cocktails, and more than 400 wines. The restaurant serves modern American cuisine with special menus for kids and your gluten-free friends.
Lake Placid Center for the Arts presents exceptional music, dance, and theater performances, plus visual arts presentations and film exhibitions. The Center also offers workshops, residencies, and other educational programs.
With 3 courses to choose from, the Lake Placid Golf Courses offer a variety of golf for players of all levels. The course designs offer beautiful views of the Adirondacks surrounding them. The course is just a short half mile from hotel.
The Lake Placid Olympic Jumping Complex was built for the 1980 Olympics and features two jumps that are 90- and 120-meters tall, respectively. There is also a smaller freestyle hill where aerialists practice and compete.
Maggie's Pub is a popular spot for unwinding after a day on the slopes or out exploring the park. With plenty of hearty pub food and good drinks, the pub offers both indoor and outdoor seating and plenty of good fun!
Students at the North Country School will receive a progressive education that makes real-world connections to the classroom. This co-ed boarding school accepts students in grades 4-9 and offers unique programs in the arts, agriculture, and more.
Private boarding school in Lake Placid offering a variety of educational pathways for students in grades 9-12. In addition to traditional college-prep curriculum, Northwoods School offers paths in the L.E.A.P. program, innovation & design, and more.
Are you looking for a fun, casual evening with finger-licking food? Try the barbeque and live music at Smoke Signals in Lake Placid! Serving award-winning wings, spicy chili, and BBQ classics, Smoke Signals has something for everyone.
Serving artisan espresso on the lake, The Breakfast Club, Etc. is the place to go for breakfast all day in Lake Placid. Stop in for a leisurely brunch with friends, an early breakfast with the kids, or a relaxing afternoon snack.
If a lighter fare, pub-style menu is more to your liking, visit The Cottage on Mirror Lake for lunch or supper. The Cottage offers a cozy dining room and waterfront deck with views overlooking the Lake and the stunning Adirondack High Peaks.
Just short walk from the shops, Mirror Lake, and Lake Placid, Interlaken Inn & Restaurant is a quaint inn with world-class dining. Experience their award-winning menu and extensive wine list for yourself!
Offering signature cocktails, a wide variety of beers and wines, and delectable small plates, Top of the Park has one of the best views in Lake Placid. Grab a drink and pull up a chair on their lakeside deck!
Dis-lodge from the ordinary, and re-sort in the Adirondacks. High Peaks Resort's three unique lodging experiences make the perfect base camp for your tailor-made vacations and events in the world-renowned village of Lake Placid.
Enjoy Lakeside luxury at the Lake Placid Lodge! This award-winning retreat overlooks Lake Placid and offers farm-to-table dining, sumptuous lodging including suites and cabins, Adirondack pub, in-room massage, wine cellar and much more. Book now!
The Lake Placid-North Elba Historical Society has operated The History Museum in the historic Lake Placid Railroad Station since 1967. The Museum reveals the rich and unique history of the Village of Lake Placid and the Town of North Elba.
Enjoy The Mirror Lake Inn Resort and Spa, Lake Placid's only AAA Four-Diamond "exceptional" lakeshore resort and fine dining establishment. Relax and unwind in our luxurious suites or spacious lakeside, lakeview or mountainview rooms.
Scenic lake and mountain views, nestled in the heart of the Olympic village adjacent to the Olympic Center. We are a small friendly inn, owned and operated by the Kraus' family for 30 years. One thing remains the same, our commitment to our customers
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Enjoy spectacular views of Mirror Lake and the Adirondack High Peaks at The Haus, unique Adirondack lodging in the heart of Lake Placid. Offering 10 unique suites with loads of amenities you can't get anywhere else, plus lakefront views and shopping!
Enjoy the grand beauty of the Whiteface Lodge - a luxurious resort in Lake Placid with award-winning spa, dining options, luxe accomodations, fitness center, indoor and outdoor pools, event spaces and so much more. Prepare to be in awe! Book now!