Leaf-peepers will lose their minds over autumn in the Adirondacks.
Get some solid sleep after all that Adirondack adventuring you're about to do.
The Catskill Mountains — the small range in southeastern New York known for its plentiful skiing, hiking and history — make for a convenient getaway for city dwellers craving some nature.
Traveling between New York City and Washington, D.C. by car can provide you with a fantastic mini-road trip that takes you to some of America’s most interesting and historic spots — if you know what you’re doing.
Upstate New York happens to have some pretty amazing swim spots — some with the magic of a waterfall, some that are hidden gems, and some that require a bit more effort to enjoy.
What better way to immerse yourself in the Upstate frame of mind than a pint-sized stay — the pocket version of glamping.
With 6 million acres to explore, waterfall opportunities abound in the Adirondack Park.
From the mountains of the Adirondacks to the lakes further south, adventures await from every traveler, no matter your preferred form of outdoor fun.