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.
When traveling between New York City and Boston, you can get between the two East Coast hubs in a matter of a few hours.
This 9,000-square-mile, 6-million-acre region provides waterfall and gorge hiking aplenty, with options for every skill level.
With its rolling hills, beautiful lakes, and hiking trails winding through gorges and past waterfalls, the Finger Lakes region of New York is a stunning place to visit.
Lake Placid is the place to be in the Adirondacks no matter what the season.