Inlet
Inlet Information Office
160 State Route 28 at Arrowhead Park, Inlet, NY 13360
(315) 357-5501
info@inletny.com
http://www.inletny.com
Situated on the shore of Fourth Lake in the breathtaking Fulton Chain of Lakes, Inlet boasts a charming and vibrant main street consisting of locally owned shops, lodging, eateries, and more. Just a short drive from Western New York, Inlet is easily accessible from all over the Northeast. While you are in town, make sure to sample a little (or a lot) of the best gelato the Adirondacks has to offer.
43.7545
-74.7929
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Tupper Lake
Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism
121 Park Street, Tupper Lake, NY 12986
(518) 621-3689
contact@tupperlake.com
http://www.tupperlake.com
Located at the crossroads of the Adirondacks, the historic logging community of Tupper Lake is well known for its pristine lakes, family-friendly hiking trails, warm atmosphere, and unique attractions. A quintessential day in Tupper Lake includes a visit to the awe-inspiring Wild Center - where you can explore the natural side of the Adirondacks like never before, an afternoon sampling local craft beers from our local breweries, and of course a little outdoor adventure. As day transitions into night, stargaze like a pro at the Adirondack Public Observatory, the Adirondack's new and growing astro science center.
44.2239
-74.4641
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Newcomb
Newcomb Chamber of Commerce
Newcomb, NY 12852
(518) 582-3556
kstamas7@gmail.com
http://newcombny.com/
Situated in the heart of the beautiful peaks, lakes, and rivers of the Adirondacks, Newcomb offers a diverse variety of ways to explore the beauty all around you. Enjoy golfing, hiking, biking, fishing, swimming, and boating all situated within minutes of our lodging properties, camp rentals, and many campsites. Visit the historic Great Camp Santanoni, take to the trails by horse, scale a high peak, or rent a boat or bike for a fun day of exploring. Why not try one of our guide services to heighten your experience?
43.9695
-74.1646
Old Forge
Town of Webb Tourism/Publicity
3140 NYS Rt 28, Old Forge, NY 13420
(315) 369-6983
info@oldforgeny.com
http://www.oldforgeny.com/
Old Forge has served as a premier family recreation destination and gateway to the Adirondacks for over 100 years. The Paddling Capital of the Adirondacks, Old Forge is surrounded by the Fulton Chain of Lakes and three branches of the Moose River. Old Forge is home to the Enchanted Forest Water Safari, McCauley Mountain Scenic Chairlift, and the Adirondack Scenic Railroad, and yet you'll find solitude only five minutes from Main Street.
43.7101
-74.9735
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Raquette Lake
Town of Long Lake Parks and Rec
1130 Deerland Rd, Long Lake
(518) 624-3077
longlakeevents@gmail.com
http://mylonglake.com/raquette-lake/
Known as the birthplace of the Adirondack Great Camp Style of Architecture (which later became the inspiration for the U.S. National Park style), Raquette Lake is a port-like village filled with old world, small-town charm. Situated on the southwestern bay of the Adirondacks’ largest lake completely within the park, Raquette Lake is simply a “must see” as you tour through the central Adirondacks. While visiting Raquette Lake be sure to climb aboard the W.W. Durant for a scenic dinner excursion, pull up a stool next to the locals at the Tap Room, and tour Historic Great Camp Sagamore.
43.8131
-74.6574
Indian Lake
Town of Indian Lake
P.O. Box 730, 117 Pelon Road, Indian Lake, NY
(518) 648-5828
indianlakeea@frontiernet.net
http://www.indian-lake.com
Dubbed "The Whitewater Capital of New York State," Indian Lake proudly lives up to this reputation every year as travelers and adrenaline junkies alike rush in to take advantage of the big water of the Hudson River Gorge. However, Indian Lake offers more than just rafting! Packaged into this traditional Adirondack community you will also find shopping, dining, lodging, cultural attractions, and a vibrant heritage that is ready to welcome you during your next Adirondack adventure.
43.7825
-74.2654
Blue Mountain Lake
Town of Blue Mountain Lake
P.O. Box 730, 117 Pelon Road, Indian Lake, NY
(518) 648-5828
indianlakeea@frontiernet.net
http://www.adirondackexperience.com/adirondack-towns/blue-mountain-lake
The lakeside hamlet of Blue Mountain Lake has been charming visitors ever since the Gilded Age, when the rich and famous would vacate New York City to retreat to the refreshing lakeside resorts of the Adirondacks. Today, Blue Mountain Lake is home to the Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake Boat Livery’s Historic Boat Tours, and the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts. The community is also well known for their annual fairs such as The Made in the Adirondacks Fair, The Rustic Furniture Fair, and The Adirondack Mountains Antique Show.
43.8553
-74.4435
Long Lake
Town of Long Lake Parks and Rec
1130 Deerland Rd, Long Lake
(518) 624-3077
Ask for Steph
longlakeevents@gmail.com
http://mylonglake.com
Feeling Long Lakey? Well, if you’re not it must be because you've never experienced a day, weekend, or week in the unspoiled wilderness playground of Long Lake, NY. Situated at practically the geographic center of the Adirondacks, Long Lake is known for charming Adirondack stores, breathtaking vistas, scenic seaplane rides, and one of the Adirondacks’s most jam-packed event calendars. No matter the day or time of year, you'll always find something to do in Long Lake that will leave you “feeling Long Lakey.”
43.9727
-74.4204
http://www.greatadirondackgaragesale.com/sites/default/files/2018%20gags-longlake.pdf
Lake Clear
Lake Clear is a hamlet in Franklin County, NY. The area is named for 940-acre Lake Clear, part of the original Seven Carries canoe route. It is located in the town of Harrietstown.
44.3676
-74.2327
Speculator
Adirondack Region Speculator Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 184, Speculator, NY 12164
(518) 548-4521
info@speculatorchamber.com
http://speculatorchamber.com
Speculator and the surrounding Adirondack towns of Lake Pleasant, Piseco, Arietta, and Morehouse are an “all-season vacationland!” Travelers will find ample hiking, boating, mountain biking, swimming, snowmobiling, skiing, and more. Specifically, the village of Speculator sits on the shore of beautiful Lake Pleasant and offers a community atmosphere amid a vast, pristine wilderness. Enjoy scenic chairlift rides at Oak Mountain, shop in locally-owned department & grocery stores, and then swing by the Community Park for one of the coolest miniature funky towns at “Route 66.”
43.4363
-74.3394
http://www.greatadirondackgaragesale.com/sites/default/files/GAGS%202018%20Speculator.pdf
Piercefield
http://www.tupperlake.com/piercefield
Comprised of the villages of Piercefield, Childwold, Conifer, Mount Arab, Eagle Craig, Gale, and Gull Pond, the Town of Piercefield is a historic mill community near Tupper Lake. Well known for its breathtaking vistas from the top of the Mount Arab fire tower, Piercefield is also home to The Leather Artisan, the Thirsty Moose Pub & Grub, the Piercefield Heritage Museum, and Massawepie Mire - NY State's largest peatland bog (aka birding paradise).
44.2351
-74.6141
Malone
Malone Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism
497 East Main Street, Malone, NY 12953
(518) 319-1056
Ask for Tim
info@visitmalone.com
http://www.visitmalone.com
Tucked in the rolling fields between Canada and the Adirondacks, Malone is the perfect jump-off point for your northern New York adventure. Malone is filled with bustling shopping centers, one-of-a-kind shops, working farms, and sporting good stores. No matter where you're coming from, where you're headed, or how long your stay, when you're traveling along the northern NY border, Malone is a great destination to find a variety of lodging, recreation, dining, shopping, and more.
44.8487
-74.2949
http://www.greatadirondackgaragesale.com/sites/default/files/Malone.pdf
Cranberry Lake
The Hamlet of Cranberry Lake is located in the Town of Clifton in the southeastern corner of St. Lawrence County. The lake itself is situated on the east branch of the Oswegatchie River and is the third largest in the Adirondack Park and is named for the large cranberry bogs that it once contained. As a "Forever Wild" community there is much to enjoy here. You can traverse through the "Cranberry Lake 50" which is 50 miles of hiking trails completely circumnavigating Cranberry Lake, one of longest in the Park. Enjoy a stay at the local campsites or spend a night in one of the 8 rooms at the Stone Manor Diner and Motel. For hospitality, you can't beat the Stone Manor which also serves up delicious homemade baked goods and ice cream year round. If you are in need of a gift or just a few things, stop by the Lakeside General Store, which in addition to supplying general grocery items also has a lovely selection of Adirondack souvenirs. A newly renovated playground equipped with a beautiful new pavilion are just behind the Clifton Community Center in the center of town, allowing you to stretch your legs and enjoy a picnic lunch with family and friends.
44.222
-74.835
Lake Pleasant
Lake Pleasant is a town in Hamilton County, New York, United States. The population was 781 at the 2010 census. It contains the county seat of Hamilton County, which is also called Lake Pleasant.
43.4709
-74.4126
Saranac Lake
http://www.saranaclake.com/
Saranac Lake is a village in the state of New York, United States. As of the 2010 census, the population was 5,406. The village is named after Upper, Middle and Lower Saranac lakes, which are nearby.
44.3295
-74.1313
Eagle Bay
Eagle Bay is a hamlet on Route 28 in the Town of Webb in Herkimer County, New York. Eagle Bay is on the border of the Herkimer and Hamilton counties, and borders Fourth Lake. Its permanent population is 293 spread out among 968 housing units
43.7688
-74.8169
http://www.greatadirondackgaragesale.com/sites/default/files/Old%20Forge%2C%20Eagle%20Bay%2C%20Thendara.pdf
Thendara
Thendara is a hamlet and census-designated place in Herkimer County, New York, United States. Thendara is located in the Adirondack Park, in the northern part of the Town of Webb, west of Old Forge on Route 28
43.7001
-75.0018
http://www.greatadirondackgaragesale.com/sites/default/files/Old%20Forge%2C%20Eagle%20Bay%2C%20Thendara_0.pdf
Webb
Webb is the northernmost town in Herkimer County, New York, United States. It is named after William Seward Webb, President of the Raquette Lake Transportation Company, the Fulton Chain Railway Company, Fulton Navigation Company, and the Mohawk and Malone Railway. The railroads in Webb were instrumental in opening the Adirondacks to the tourism rush of the mid- to late 19th century. The Adirondack Scenic Railroad traverses the town.
43.7678
-74.9447
Piseco
Piseco is a small community in the town of Arietta in Hamilton County, New York, United States. The name Piseco is that of a Native American known to an early surveyor
43.4378
-74.5158
http://www.greatadirondackgaragesale.com/sites/default/files/Speculator.pdf
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Inlet
Inlet Information Office
160 State Route 28 at Arrowhead Park, Inlet, NY 13360
(315) 357-5501
Tupper Lake
Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism
121 Park Street, Tupper Lake, NY 12986
(518) 621-3689
Newcomb
Newcomb Chamber of Commerce
Newcomb, NY 12852
(518) 582-3556
Old Forge
Town of Webb Tourism/Publicity
3140 NYS Rt 28, Old Forge, NY 13420
(315) 369-6983
Raquette Lake
Town of Long Lake Parks and Rec
1130 Deerland Rd, Long Lake
(518) 624-3077
Indian Lake
Town of Indian Lake
P.O. Box 730, 117 Pelon Road, Indian Lake, NY
(518) 648-5828
Blue Mountain Lake
Town of Blue Mountain Lake
P.O. Box 730, 117 Pelon Road, Indian Lake, NY
(518) 648-5828
Long Lake
Town of Long Lake Parks and Rec
1130 Deerland Rd, Long Lake
(518) 624-3077
Speculator
Adirondack Region Speculator Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 184, Speculator, NY 12164
(518) 548-4521
Malone
Malone Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism
497 East Main Street, Malone, NY 12953
(518) 319-1056
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