- Live in the largest unspoiled wilderness in the eastern United States. At 6 million acres, the Adirondack Park is a nature lover’s paradise and, according to the Adirondack Regional Tourism Council, is “larger in size than New England, and more expansive than Yosemite, Yellowstone, Glacier, Grand Canyon and the Great Smokies National Parks combined.”
- The Adirondacks offer world-class recreation including hiking, kayaking, skiing, climbing, birding, hunting and fishing as well as Olympic winter sports in Lake Placid, host to two Olympic Winter Games.
- American history is alive in the mountains of the Adirondacks. From sunken ships dating back to the French and Indian War to reenactments of battles during the Revolutionary War, there’s plenty to keep history buffs busy.
Courtesy Fort Ticonderoga
- Four distinct and diverse seasons provide year-round escape and recreation amongst the unspoiled landscape, crystal clear water, and clean air. Visit the Adirondack Museum on Blue Mountain to learn all about man’s relationship to this vast and beautiful landscape.
Wikiosco, Lake George
Tudor Revival mansion with 6.27 acres and 545 feet lake-frontage
- The many hamlets and villages are alive with quaint shops, excellent restaurants and cultural events – all easily accessible from NYC, Boston, and Montreal. While too many to list, one favorite, the Seagle Music Colony, is the oldest and one of the most prestigious summer vocal training programs in the country.
Courtesy Seagle Music Colony