ADK Guidebook

Adirondack
ADK Guidebook

Food scene

Enjoy small plates and handcrafted cocktails with beautiful views over Mirror Lake in Lake Placid. Indoor and Outdoor seating. Be sure to make a reservation ahead of time in order to secure your visit! "In winter, the cozy atmosphere is perfect for families and couples alike. Top of the Park offers small plates and craft cocktails, making it an ideal place to stop and fuel up for further explorations." - ILOVENY
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Top Of The Park
2407 Main St
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Enjoy small plates and handcrafted cocktails with beautiful views over Mirror Lake in Lake Placid. Indoor and Outdoor seating. Be sure to make a reservation ahead of time in order to secure your visit! "In winter, the cozy atmosphere is perfect for families and couples alike. Top of the Park offers small plates and craft cocktails, making it an ideal place to stop and fuel up for further explorations." - ILOVENY
"There’s more to Lake Placid than Main Street. Drive five minutes to Big Slide Brewery for a view of the Olympic Ski Jumps and great craft beer. The brewery's farm-to-table menu includes wood-fired pizzas, salads made with market-fresh ingredients, and 10 brews on tap. The beer selection changes every month, and restaurant guests can watch the brewing process unfold from every table since the brewery is located inside the restaurant." -ILOVENY
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Big Slide Brewery & Public House
5686 Cascade Rd
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"There’s more to Lake Placid than Main Street. Drive five minutes to Big Slide Brewery for a view of the Olympic Ski Jumps and great craft beer. The brewery's farm-to-table menu includes wood-fired pizzas, salads made with market-fresh ingredients, and 10 brews on tap. The beer selection changes every month, and restaurant guests can watch the brewing process unfold from every table since the brewery is located inside the restaurant." -ILOVENY
"For dinner, head to Smoke Signals on Main Street, a favorite of locals and visitors alike for its Southern-style barbecue. In summer, sit outside on the restaurant’s deck, which overlooks Mirror Lake, so named for its still waters, and the distant peak of Whiteface Mountain." - ILOVENY
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Smoke Signals
2489 Main Street
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"For dinner, head to Smoke Signals on Main Street, a favorite of locals and visitors alike for its Southern-style barbecue. In summer, sit outside on the restaurant’s deck, which overlooks Mirror Lake, so named for its still waters, and the distant peak of Whiteface Mountain." - ILOVENY
"A local favorite for its inventive cocktails and farm-to-table menu, Liquids & Solids is the perfect spot for an after-adventure dinner. Order a charcuterie board filled with locally made cheeses and meats and enjoy it with a Smoked Ale. This deceptively named cocktail is a signature of the bartender/owner, and includes spiced rum, smoked ginger and cardamom, coriander syrup, and lime." -ILOVENY
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Liquids and Solids at the Handlebar
6115 Sentinel Road
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"A local favorite for its inventive cocktails and farm-to-table menu, Liquids & Solids is the perfect spot for an after-adventure dinner. Order a charcuterie board filled with locally made cheeses and meats and enjoy it with a Smoked Ale. This deceptively named cocktail is a signature of the bartender/owner, and includes spiced rum, smoked ginger and cardamom, coriander syrup, and lime." -ILOVENY
"There’s nothing better than a sweet treat at the end of a meal. If you’re still hungry, hit up Emma’s Lake Placid Creamery on Main Street. This Lake Placid landmark may have a line out the door during the summer months, but one taste of their maple soft serve makes it worth it." -ILOVENY
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Emma's Lake Placid Creamery
2507 Mirror Lake Drive
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"There’s nothing better than a sweet treat at the end of a meal. If you’re still hungry, hit up Emma’s Lake Placid Creamery on Main Street. This Lake Placid landmark may have a line out the door during the summer months, but one taste of their maple soft serve makes it worth it." -ILOVENY
"After a stroll around scenic Mirror Lake walking path, stop by Bluesberry Bakery for a made-from-scratch apple strudel or cinnamon bun." -ILOVENY
Bluesberry Bakery
2436 Main St
"After a stroll around scenic Mirror Lake walking path, stop by Bluesberry Bakery for a made-from-scratch apple strudel or cinnamon bun." -ILOVENY
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Lake Placid Pub & Brewery
813 Mirror Lake Dr
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the breakfast club, etc
2431 Main Street
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Big Mountain Deli & Crêperie
2475 Main Street
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Jimmy's 21
2425 Main St
The Great Adirondack Brewing Co. and Great Adirondack Steak and Seafood Co.
2442 Main Street
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The Cottage
77 Mirror Lake Drive
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Redneck Bistro
2302 Saranac Ave
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Lisa G's
6125 Sentinel Road
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Salt of the Earth Bistro
5956 Sentinel Rd
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Soulshine Bagel
2526 Main St
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Simply Gourmet
2099 Saranac Avenue
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Green Goddess Natural Foods
2051 Saranac Avenue
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Mis Amigos
2375 Saranac Ave
Moose Lodge
30 Marina Way
Saratoga Olive Oil Co
2439 Main St
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Casa Del Sol
513 Lake Flower Ave
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"Step into our tasting room located one mile East of downtown Lake Placid on Route 73 for a taste of the Finger Lakes wines. Receive a free souvenir wine glass with your purchased wine tasting and enjoy a large selection of one of New York's most award winning wineries. With an extensive selection of wines ranging from dry to sweet in both reds and whites, you're bound to discover new favorites to pour into your glass!" - Trip Advisor
Swedish Hill Winery Lake Placid
5730 Cascade Rd
"Step into our tasting room located one mile East of downtown Lake Placid on Route 73 for a taste of the Finger Lakes wines. Receive a free souvenir wine glass with your purchased wine tasting and enjoy a large selection of one of New York's most award winning wineries. With an extensive selection of wines ranging from dry to sweet in both reds and whites, you're bound to discover new favorites to pour into your glass!" - Trip Advisor
"Goose Watch Winery is recognized as one of New York's most unique wineries, specializing in producing some truly unforgettable premium blends. Based in the Finger Lakes, Goose Watch is thrilled to provide Lake Placid with a large selection of its uncommon and exclusive wines. Winning numerous gold medals each year, Goose Watch continues to develop some of the most intriguing red and white wines as well as sparkling wines, port, sherry, and ice wine. Stop in today to discover wines that will entice your palate, located right on Main Street in beautiful Lake Placid!" -Trip Advisor
Goose Watch Winery
2523 Main St
"Goose Watch Winery is recognized as one of New York's most unique wineries, specializing in producing some truly unforgettable premium blends. Based in the Finger Lakes, Goose Watch is thrilled to provide Lake Placid with a large selection of its uncommon and exclusive wines. Winning numerous gold medals each year, Goose Watch continues to develop some of the most intriguing red and white wines as well as sparkling wines, port, sherry, and ice wine. Stop in today to discover wines that will entice your palate, located right on Main Street in beautiful Lake Placid!" -Trip Advisor

Other To Do's

"The historic Palace Theatre shows today’s top movies for just $7 a ticket, but they only take cash." -ILOVENY Great for a rainy day matinee, or an early or late evening showing.
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Palace Theatre
2430 Main Street
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"The historic Palace Theatre shows today’s top movies for just $7 a ticket, but they only take cash." -ILOVENY Great for a rainy day matinee, or an early or late evening showing.
"No trip to Wilmington would be complete without a stop at the North Pole, open year-round. Take a trip down nostalgia lane at Santa’s Workshop, a Christmas theme park that offers rides, the chance to meet Santa’s reindeer, shopping, and a visit with the old man himself. Daily shows include a Nativity Pageant, Christmas Capers, the Santa Claus Parade, and more!" - ILOVENY
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Santa's Workshop, North Pole, NY
324 Whiteface Memorial Highway
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"No trip to Wilmington would be complete without a stop at the North Pole, open year-round. Take a trip down nostalgia lane at Santa’s Workshop, a Christmas theme park that offers rides, the chance to meet Santa’s reindeer, shopping, and a visit with the old man himself. Daily shows include a Nativity Pageant, Christmas Capers, the Santa Claus Parade, and more!" - ILOVENY
"Bowlwinkles in Lake Placid, New York, has the food and fun that everyone loves. In addition to our Brunswick bowling alley, we have bounce houses, an arcade, and a bar and grill. When in the bar, you can enjoy darts, pool, karaoke, and New York State Quick Draw." - Bowlwinkles
Bowlwinkles
2750 Main Street
"Bowlwinkles in Lake Placid, New York, has the food and fun that everyone loves. In addition to our Brunswick bowling alley, we have bounce houses, an arcade, and a bar and grill. When in the bar, you can enjoy darts, pool, karaoke, and New York State Quick Draw." - Bowlwinkles
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The Saranac Laboratory Museum
89 Church St
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Adirondack Wildlife Refuge and Rehab Center
977 Springfield Rd
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Museums

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The Saranac Laboratory Museum
89 Church St
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9097 State Route 30, Blue Mountain Lake (518) 352-7311
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Adirondack Experience, the Museum on Blue Mountain Lake
9097 New York 30
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9097 State Route 30, Blue Mountain Lake (518) 352-7311
"This National Historic Landmark and New York State Historic Site contains the home and final resting place of the Underground Railroad conductor and insurrectionist, who moved here in an attempt to establish a community of freed slaves and abolitionists." -Trip Advisor
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John Brown Farm State Historic Site
115 John Brown Road
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"This National Historic Landmark and New York State Historic Site contains the home and final resting place of the Underground Railroad conductor and insurrectionist, who moved here in an attempt to establish a community of freed slaves and abolitionists." -Trip Advisor
"Fort Ticonderoga, formerly Fort Carillon, is a large 18th-century star fort built by the French at a narrows near the south end of Lake Champlain, in northern New York, in the United States. It was constructed by Canadian-born French military engineer Michel Chartier de Lotbinière, Marquis de Lotbinière between October 1755 and 1757, during the action in the "North American theater" of the Seven Years' War, often referred to in the US as the French and Indian War. The fort was of strategic importance during the 18th-century colonial conflicts between Great Britain and France, and again played an important role during the Revolutionary War. The site controlled a river portage alongside the mouth of the rapids-infested La Chute River, in the 3.5 miles between Lake Champlain and Lake George. It was thus strategically placed for the competition over trade routes between the British-controlled Hudson River Valley and the French-controlled Saint Lawrence River Valley. -Fort Ticonderoga"
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Fort Ticonderoga
102 Fort Ti Rd
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"Fort Ticonderoga, formerly Fort Carillon, is a large 18th-century star fort built by the French at a narrows near the south end of Lake Champlain, in northern New York, in the United States. It was constructed by Canadian-born French military engineer Michel Chartier de Lotbinière, Marquis de Lotbinière between October 1755 and 1757, during the action in the "North American theater" of the Seven Years' War, often referred to in the US as the French and Indian War. The fort was of strategic importance during the 18th-century colonial conflicts between Great Britain and France, and again played an important role during the Revolutionary War. The site controlled a river portage alongside the mouth of the rapids-infested La Chute River, in the 3.5 miles between Lake Champlain and Lake George. It was thus strategically placed for the competition over trade routes between the British-controlled Hudson River Valley and the French-controlled Saint Lawrence River Valley. -Fort Ticonderoga"
"Three years running, The Wild Center was named the People’s Choice top attraction in the Adirondacks by the readers of Adirondack Life. To top it all off, The Wild Center’s Wild Walk, a trail across the treetops, has opened to rave reviews. It’s all part of an outdoor and indoor experience on 81-acres that’s earned praise from around the world for how it lets visitors of all ages get closer to the natural world. The Wild Center has a 54,000-square-foot indoor space, swimming with live exhibits including river otters, multi-media shows and tons of hands-on experiences. There are trails, guided canoe trips on the river that runs by the Center’s campus, and a staff ready and willing to show you around, and answer questions about anything having to do with the wild world of the Adirondacks. Wild Walk adds another dimension to a Wild Center day, by taking visitors up a trail of bridges to the treetops of the Adirondack forest. The Wild Walk experience includes a four-story twig tree house and swinging bridges, a spider’s web where people can hang out, and chances to just sit and observe the forest below. There’s an over-sized bald eagle’s nest at the highest point where visitors can perch and watch the life of the forest from a whole new point of view. The Center features a full museum store, cafe with outdoor waterside seating in season, and daily special events. Hours / Days of the Week / Seasons Open: Summer & Fall Memorial Day–Labor Day: 10 a.m.–6 p.m, 7 days a week Labor Day–Columbus Day: 10 a.m.–5 p.m., 7 days a week Winter & Spring Open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. from Columbus Day until Memorial Day. Open Presidents' Week and Martin Luther King Day Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year's Day. Closed throughout the month of April." -Lake Placid Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism
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The Wild Center
45 Museum Drive
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"Three years running, The Wild Center was named the People’s Choice top attraction in the Adirondacks by the readers of Adirondack Life. To top it all off, The Wild Center’s Wild Walk, a trail across the treetops, has opened to rave reviews. It’s all part of an outdoor and indoor experience on 81-acres that’s earned praise from around the world for how it lets visitors of all ages get closer to the natural world. The Wild Center has a 54,000-square-foot indoor space, swimming with live exhibits including river otters, multi-media shows and tons of hands-on experiences. There are trails, guided canoe trips on the river that runs by the Center’s campus, and a staff ready and willing to show you around, and answer questions about anything having to do with the wild world of the Adirondacks. Wild Walk adds another dimension to a Wild Center day, by taking visitors up a trail of bridges to the treetops of the Adirondack forest. The Wild Walk experience includes a four-story twig tree house and swinging bridges, a spider’s web where people can hang out, and chances to just sit and observe the forest below. There’s an over-sized bald eagle’s nest at the highest point where visitors can perch and watch the life of the forest from a whole new point of view. The Center features a full museum store, cafe with outdoor waterside seating in season, and daily special events. Hours / Days of the Week / Seasons Open: Summer & Fall Memorial Day–Labor Day: 10 a.m.–6 p.m, 7 days a week Labor Day–Columbus Day: 10 a.m.–5 p.m., 7 days a week Winter & Spring Open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. from Columbus Day until Memorial Day. Open Presidents' Week and Martin Luther King Day Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year's Day. Closed throughout the month of April." -Lake Placid Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism

Winter Adventures

"In winter, make sure to go for a cross-country skiing or snowshoeing adventure. Cascade Cross Country Ski Center just outside of town offers everything you need to spend a few hours on skis or snowshoes. Rent gear, grab a map, and enjoy gliding or walking on nearly 12 miles of groomed trails. Après-ski at the onsite bar and restaurant, Knickers, where Nordic comfort fair will warm you up quicker than a hot toddy. Visit during a full moon and join in Cascade’s legendary Full Moon parties and ski from bonfire to bonfire to enjoy free beer and hot dogs, music, and the glow of snow under full moonlight." -ILOVENY
Cascade X-C Ski Center
4833 Cascade Rd
"In winter, make sure to go for a cross-country skiing or snowshoeing adventure. Cascade Cross Country Ski Center just outside of town offers everything you need to spend a few hours on skis or snowshoes. Rent gear, grab a map, and enjoy gliding or walking on nearly 12 miles of groomed trails. Après-ski at the onsite bar and restaurant, Knickers, where Nordic comfort fair will warm you up quicker than a hot toddy. Visit during a full moon and join in Cascade’s legendary Full Moon parties and ski from bonfire to bonfire to enjoy free beer and hot dogs, music, and the glow of snow under full moonlight." -ILOVENY
"Grab your Olympic Sites Passport and head to Whiteface Mountain. If you’re visiting in winter or early spring and are up for a day on the slopes, skiing or snowboarding and take a break to enjoy the delicious snacks on offer at the Taste of NY Cafe in the base lodge. For anyone new to the sport, the Bear Den Lodge offers learn-to-ski programs for all ages. If you’re visiting during the summer or fall, your Olympic Sites Passport gets you to the summit of Little Whiteface, where a scenic viewing platform offers a new perspective on Lake Placid." -ILOVENY
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Whiteface Mountain
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"Grab your Olympic Sites Passport and head to Whiteface Mountain. If you’re visiting in winter or early spring and are up for a day on the slopes, skiing or snowboarding and take a break to enjoy the delicious snacks on offer at the Taste of NY Cafe in the base lodge. For anyone new to the sport, the Bear Den Lodge offers learn-to-ski programs for all ages. If you’re visiting during the summer or fall, your Olympic Sites Passport gets you to the summit of Little Whiteface, where a scenic viewing platform offers a new perspective on Lake Placid." -ILOVENY
"The rumors are true! The Toboggan Chute received a makeover, and now it's open for business! Open only in the winter, this 30-foot high structure sends toboggans down an ice-covered chute onto frozen Mirror Lake." - Lake Placid Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism
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Lake Placid Toboggan Chute
31 Parkside Dr
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"The rumors are true! The Toboggan Chute received a makeover, and now it's open for business! Open only in the winter, this 30-foot high structure sends toboggans down an ice-covered chute onto frozen Mirror Lake." - Lake Placid Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism
200 John Brown Road, Lake Placid (518) 561-8941
Adirondack Sleigh Rides
200 John Brown Road
200 John Brown Road, Lake Placid (518) 561-8941
Lake Placid Bobsled Experience
87 Bobsled Run Rd
"Mount Van Hoevenberg is the starting point for 31 miles of beautiful cross-country trails that have seen both Olympic and World Cup competition." - Trip Advisor
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Mount Van Hoevenburg Recreation Area
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"Mount Van Hoevenberg is the starting point for 31 miles of beautiful cross-country trails that have seen both Olympic and World Cup competition." - Trip Advisor

Sightseeing

"Grab your Olympic Sites Passport and head to Whiteface Mountain. If you’re visiting in winter or early spring and are up for a day on the slopes, skiing or snowboarding and take a break to enjoy the delicious snacks on offer at the Taste of NY Cafe in the base lodge. For anyone new to the sport, the Bear Den Lodge offers learn-to-ski programs for all ages. If you’re visiting during the summer or fall, your Olympic Sites Passport gets you to the summit of Little Whiteface, where a scenic viewing platform offers a new perspective on Lake Placid." -ILOVENY
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Whiteface Mountain
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"Grab your Olympic Sites Passport and head to Whiteface Mountain. If you’re visiting in winter or early spring and are up for a day on the slopes, skiing or snowboarding and take a break to enjoy the delicious snacks on offer at the Taste of NY Cafe in the base lodge. For anyone new to the sport, the Bear Den Lodge offers learn-to-ski programs for all ages. If you’re visiting during the summer or fall, your Olympic Sites Passport gets you to the summit of Little Whiteface, where a scenic viewing platform offers a new perspective on Lake Placid." -ILOVENY
"Head to the Olympic Sports complex to get a discount on your bobsled or skeleton ride, and take a 26-story elevator to the top of the 120k tower at the Olympic Jumping Complex (pictured). The views are spectacular." -ILOVENY
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Lake Placid Olympic Ski Jumping Complex
5486 Cascade Road
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"Head to the Olympic Sports complex to get a discount on your bobsled or skeleton ride, and take a 26-story elevator to the top of the 120k tower at the Olympic Jumping Complex (pictured). The views are spectacular." -ILOVENY
"Adirondack Scenic Flights "I'll never forget the first time I flew over the Adirondacks!" Our scenic flights take off from Lake Placid airport, just on the edge of the village of Lake Placid." - Lake Placid Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism
Adirondack Flying Services
27 Airport Lane
"Adirondack Scenic Flights "I'll never forget the first time I flew over the Adirondacks!" Our scenic flights take off from Lake Placid airport, just on the edge of the village of Lake Placid." - Lake Placid Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism

Summer Adventures

"If you’re visiting during the warmer months and are up for a bumpy ride, head to Craig Wood Trails for some of the best mountain biking in the area. Twisting singletrack trails wrap through dense forest, providing great beginning and intermediate terrain. There are two bike shops in town that rent out bikes and gear, so don’t worry if you don’t have your own. Mountain biking trail networks crisscross Lake Placid and the surrounding towns, making it a popular destination for knobby tire enthusiasts." - ILOVENY
Craig Woods Trails
25 Country Club Lane
"If you’re visiting during the warmer months and are up for a bumpy ride, head to Craig Wood Trails for some of the best mountain biking in the area. Twisting singletrack trails wrap through dense forest, providing great beginning and intermediate terrain. There are two bike shops in town that rent out bikes and gear, so don’t worry if you don’t have your own. Mountain biking trail networks crisscross Lake Placid and the surrounding towns, making it a popular destination for knobby tire enthusiasts." - ILOVENY
"For an only-found-here experience, head out of Lake Placid to neighboring Wilmington for a guided fly fishing trip on the West Branch of the Ausable River. This world-famous stretch of fly fishing waters is highly oxygenated, and anglers have been known to land trout up to 20 inches long. Find a local guide at one of two outfitters in town, the Ausable River Two Fly Shop, where head guide John Ruff is renowned as the father of the Ruff’s Fly." - ILOVENY
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AuSable River Two Fly Shop, Inc.
5698 New York 86 Scenic
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"For an only-found-here experience, head out of Lake Placid to neighboring Wilmington for a guided fly fishing trip on the West Branch of the Ausable River. This world-famous stretch of fly fishing waters is highly oxygenated, and anglers have been known to land trout up to 20 inches long. Find a local guide at one of two outfitters in town, the Ausable River Two Fly Shop, where head guide John Ruff is renowned as the father of the Ruff’s Fly." - ILOVENY
"For an only-found-here experience, head out of Lake Placid to neighboring Wilmington for a guided fly fishing trip on the West Branch of the Ausable River. This world-famous stretch of fly fishing waters is highly oxygenated, and anglers have been known to land trout up to 20 inches long. Find a local guide at one of two outfitters in town, or the Hungry Trout, home to famous pro fly fishing guide, Rachel Finn." - ILOVENY
Hungry Trout Fly Shop
5239 New York 86
"For an only-found-here experience, head out of Lake Placid to neighboring Wilmington for a guided fly fishing trip on the West Branch of the Ausable River. This world-famous stretch of fly fishing waters is highly oxygenated, and anglers have been known to land trout up to 20 inches long. Find a local guide at one of two outfitters in town, or the Hungry Trout, home to famous pro fly fishing guide, Rachel Finn." - ILOVENY
"Since 2010, ADK Aquatics has been providing wakeboard, waterski, wakesurf lessons & Tubing excursions on Lake Placid. It doesn’t matter if you are a beginner or an expert, our staff provides one on one instruction to all levels and abilities. Summer in the Adirondack’s is a beautiful time of year and what better way to spend some family time together than experiencing the fun of water sports. Children and adults alike can enjoy the wonderful Adirondack mountain views while taking a leisurely or fast and fun tube ride behind our world class Super Air Nautique. We also offer private tours of Lake Placid which include seeing Adirondack great camps while hearing the history and glory surrounding these magnificent summer homes. Bringing the low impact sport of surfing to the lake, ADK Aquatics can teach you to wakesurf, the newest craze in watersports. Whether you enjoy the thrill of waterskiing or wakeboarding, letting go of the rope and wakesurfing the perpetual wave created by our boat, or are thrill seeking & looking for a full throttle tubing experience you will never forget, ADK Aquatics is ready to add to your vacation fun."
ADK Aquatics LLC
35 Victor Herbert Rd
"Since 2010, ADK Aquatics has been providing wakeboard, waterski, wakesurf lessons & Tubing excursions on Lake Placid. It doesn’t matter if you are a beginner or an expert, our staff provides one on one instruction to all levels and abilities. Summer in the Adirondack’s is a beautiful time of year and what better way to spend some family time together than experiencing the fun of water sports. Children and adults alike can enjoy the wonderful Adirondack mountain views while taking a leisurely or fast and fun tube ride behind our world class Super Air Nautique. We also offer private tours of Lake Placid which include seeing Adirondack great camps while hearing the history and glory surrounding these magnificent summer homes. Bringing the low impact sport of surfing to the lake, ADK Aquatics can teach you to wakesurf, the newest craze in watersports. Whether you enjoy the thrill of waterskiing or wakeboarding, letting go of the rope and wakesurfing the perpetual wave created by our boat, or are thrill seeking & looking for a full throttle tubing experience you will never forget, ADK Aquatics is ready to add to your vacation fun."
"Wilderness beauty. Adirondack history. Serenity. Cruise the pristine waters of Lake Placid in one of our enclosed pontoon boats. The hour-long, narrated tour travels 16 miles on one of the world's most beautiful lakes." -Lake Placid Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism
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Lake Placid Marina & Boat Tours
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"Wilderness beauty. Adirondack history. Serenity. Cruise the pristine waters of Lake Placid in one of our enclosed pontoon boats. The hour-long, narrated tour travels 16 miles on one of the world's most beautiful lakes." -Lake Placid Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism
"Capturing the essence of the Adirondack Park is one of our primary goals, second only to ensuring that our guests are having a good time. Nestled on Scott's Cobble Mountain in Lake Placid - rests our Zip Line Tour."
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Experience Outdoors, LLC
4948 Cascade Rd
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"Capturing the essence of the Adirondack Park is one of our primary goals, second only to ensuring that our guests are having a good time. Nestled on Scott's Cobble Mountain in Lake Placid - rests our Zip Line Tour."
"Whether you are a first time visitor or a regular to the Adirondacks, we look forward to guiding you on unique outdoor experiences that will transform how you perceive and relate to nature, allowing you to feel yourself a part of the land, in an environment that fosters community and well being. We carefully create sensory adventures that ignite your sense of wonder and renew your childhood playfulness without the pressure of goals or objectives. Your wellbeing, and nature's, are at the heart of everything we do." -Lake Placid Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism
Adirondack Riverwalking
"Whether you are a first time visitor or a regular to the Adirondacks, we look forward to guiding you on unique outdoor experiences that will transform how you perceive and relate to nature, allowing you to feel yourself a part of the land, in an environment that fosters community and well being. We carefully create sensory adventures that ignite your sense of wonder and renew your childhood playfulness without the pressure of goals or objectives. Your wellbeing, and nature's, are at the heart of everything we do." -Lake Placid Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism
"High Falls Gorge is the Adirondacks' most breathtaking, year-round, 30-minute walk. Witness four majestic waterfalls cascading over rocks into a deep crevice carved a billion years ago, learn about all the natural wonders of the falls, grab a bite to eat at the River View Café, and browse the gift shop. Just a short drive from Lake Placid and one mile from Whiteface Mountain Ski Resort, this is the perfect stop for half a day or half an hour. With sturdy bridges, glass floor walkways, and groomed paths and hiking trails, High Falls Gorge is accessible to all ages. A quarter-mile round trip, wheelchair accessible path brings guests to the center of the falls, while a half-mile round-trip trail brings guests on foot to steel bridges and walkways for a close-up view of the falls. Don't miss out on High Falls Gorge in the winter; set out on the walking trail to experience spectacular ice formations with complimentary traction for your footware. On weekends and holidays follow your walk with a campfire and marshmallow toasting. Take a break at the River View Café at High Falls Gorge and enjoy a delicious lunch or dinner, baked goods, regional craft beer, and a great selection of New York State wines. Gluten free selections are available! During the summer, order food from the River View Café and take it to enjoy at the scenic picnic area along the Ausable River. Round out your trip to High Falls Gorge with a visit to the gift shop full of items that reflect the beauty and nature of High Falls Gorge and the Adirondacks. Find regional books, locally made souvenirs, home decor, clothes, gear, and more! Groups are welcome and special rates are available! This spot is perfect for senior groups looking for a relaxing trip with accessible views of the falls, good food, and shopping. School groups and camps can travel back in time as they learn about the wonders of nature at High Falls Gorge. Rock strata, glaciers, volcanic upheaval, and the Adirondacks’ largest pothole!" -Lake Placid Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism
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High Falls Gorge
4761 New York 86
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"High Falls Gorge is the Adirondacks' most breathtaking, year-round, 30-minute walk. Witness four majestic waterfalls cascading over rocks into a deep crevice carved a billion years ago, learn about all the natural wonders of the falls, grab a bite to eat at the River View Café, and browse the gift shop. Just a short drive from Lake Placid and one mile from Whiteface Mountain Ski Resort, this is the perfect stop for half a day or half an hour. With sturdy bridges, glass floor walkways, and groomed paths and hiking trails, High Falls Gorge is accessible to all ages. A quarter-mile round trip, wheelchair accessible path brings guests to the center of the falls, while a half-mile round-trip trail brings guests on foot to steel bridges and walkways for a close-up view of the falls. Don't miss out on High Falls Gorge in the winter; set out on the walking trail to experience spectacular ice formations with complimentary traction for your footware. On weekends and holidays follow your walk with a campfire and marshmallow toasting. Take a break at the River View Café at High Falls Gorge and enjoy a delicious lunch or dinner, baked goods, regional craft beer, and a great selection of New York State wines. Gluten free selections are available! During the summer, order food from the River View Café and take it to enjoy at the scenic picnic area along the Ausable River. Round out your trip to High Falls Gorge with a visit to the gift shop full of items that reflect the beauty and nature of High Falls Gorge and the Adirondacks. Find regional books, locally made souvenirs, home decor, clothes, gear, and more! Groups are welcome and special rates are available! This spot is perfect for senior groups looking for a relaxing trip with accessible views of the falls, good food, and shopping. School groups and camps can travel back in time as they learn about the wonders of nature at High Falls Gorge. Rock strata, glaciers, volcanic upheaval, and the Adirondacks’ largest pothole!" -Lake Placid Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism
"The oldest natural attraction in the United States (est. 1870), the sites of the chasm are breathtaking. Formed of sandstone that is 500 million years old from a time geologists call the Cambrian period. Hike the 5+ miles of scenic trails, float the mighty Ausable River with your family on a tube or with a guide on a raft, climb the sandstone walls and conquer the Chasm- there is all of this and more at the historic Ausable Chasm. Visitors can enjoy walking along the towering cliffs and through a primeval forest, peering into the gorge and floating the legendary waters of the Ausable River. Be sure to take in the famous sights of Rainbow Falls, Elephants Head, and the Grand Flume while making your way to one of our many activities. Float tours via raft or tube, nighttime lantern tours, and our adventure activities (Adventure Trail via ferrata, rappelling, or rock climbing) are available all summer long as well as during the spring and fall with some limitations. During the winter we offer a variety of winter tour options including snowshoe and ice cleat tours. There is a campground on site with cabins, RV hookups and tent sites. Before you venture out to the local crags of the Adirondacks, come climbing at Ausable Chasm where we provide all the gear, a safe and controlled environment, and quality climbing with our experienced guides." -Lake Placid Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism
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Ausable Chasm
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"The oldest natural attraction in the United States (est. 1870), the sites of the chasm are breathtaking. Formed of sandstone that is 500 million years old from a time geologists call the Cambrian period. Hike the 5+ miles of scenic trails, float the mighty Ausable River with your family on a tube or with a guide on a raft, climb the sandstone walls and conquer the Chasm- there is all of this and more at the historic Ausable Chasm. Visitors can enjoy walking along the towering cliffs and through a primeval forest, peering into the gorge and floating the legendary waters of the Ausable River. Be sure to take in the famous sights of Rainbow Falls, Elephants Head, and the Grand Flume while making your way to one of our many activities. Float tours via raft or tube, nighttime lantern tours, and our adventure activities (Adventure Trail via ferrata, rappelling, or rock climbing) are available all summer long as well as during the spring and fall with some limitations. During the winter we offer a variety of winter tour options including snowshoe and ice cleat tours. There is a campground on site with cabins, RV hookups and tent sites. Before you venture out to the local crags of the Adirondacks, come climbing at Ausable Chasm where we provide all the gear, a safe and controlled environment, and quality climbing with our experienced guides." -Lake Placid Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism
"Adirondac Rafting Company invites you to run the wild and scenic Hudson River Gorge. The gorge run is a 16 mile, 4-5 hour adventure trip with plenty of whitewater fun. Adirondac Rafting Company provides highly skilled, licensed, and fun river guides, lunch in the remote gorge, and all the necessary gear to keep you comfortable on the river. Whitewater rafting trips are run early spring (big water), summer (great family time), and fall (scenic fall foliage). Adirondac Rafting Company provides the highest quality river experience with modern state-of-the-art equipment and an expert staff to ensure your fun and safety. The Hudson River Gorge is the perfect family adventure through the heart of the Adirondack Mountains." -Lake Placid Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism
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Adirondac Rafting Co. - Hudson River Base
100 W Main St
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"Adirondac Rafting Company invites you to run the wild and scenic Hudson River Gorge. The gorge run is a 16 mile, 4-5 hour adventure trip with plenty of whitewater fun. Adirondac Rafting Company provides highly skilled, licensed, and fun river guides, lunch in the remote gorge, and all the necessary gear to keep you comfortable on the river. Whitewater rafting trips are run early spring (big water), summer (great family time), and fall (scenic fall foliage). Adirondac Rafting Company provides the highest quality river experience with modern state-of-the-art equipment and an expert staff to ensure your fun and safety. The Hudson River Gorge is the perfect family adventure through the heart of the Adirondack Mountains." -Lake Placid Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism
SUP Lake Placid
2565 Main St
Craig Wood Golf & Country Club
141 Country Club Lane
Lake Placid Club Golf House
88 Morningside Drive
It wouldn’t be a trip to Lake Placid without dipping your toes in the village’s epic sports history. Pick up an Olympic Sites Passport from the Olympic Center on Main Street and experience the exhibits of competitions past at the Lake Placid Olympic Museum, which includes footage of the famous “Miracle on Ice.” -ILOVENY
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Lake Placid Winter Olympic Museum
2634 Main Street
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It wouldn’t be a trip to Lake Placid without dipping your toes in the village’s epic sports history. Pick up an Olympic Sites Passport from the Olympic Center on Main Street and experience the exhibits of competitions past at the Lake Placid Olympic Museum, which includes footage of the famous “Miracle on Ice.” -ILOVENY

Grocery Stores

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Hannaford Supermarket
45 Hadjis Way
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Price Chopper
1930 Saranac Avenue
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