The Adirondack Coast has embraced the public art trend with a developing collection of murals in Plattsburgh. Recognizing the attraction of the murals, the city has created a map depicting the artwork locations, artists, and dates of creation.
Located in scenic Lake George, the Adirondack Wine & Food Festival showcases some of New York's best bites and sips from makers across the state.
Located in an 1800s house in North Creek, Barkeater Chocolates is said to be haunted by several spirits. Next time you're driving through the Adirondacks, make a stop at Barkeater to sample some chocolate... and say hello to the ghosts.
Planning a trip to the Adirondacks? Here's everything you need to know about what to do in Raquette Lake - camping, boating, swimming, shopping, and more.
New York State has so much to offer, and nothing showcases it better than The Wild Center in the Adirondacks. Experience the unique indoor and outdoor museum and immerse yourself in the history, nature, animals, and more!
Summer in the Adirondacks isn't complete without a trip to Enchanted Forest Water Safari in Old Forge, one of the best water parks in the US.