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The Adirondack Park was created in 1882 by the NY State Legislature and includes 6.1 million acres of public and private land.  The Park is part of the Canadian Shield born as a result of uplift, followed by etching and carving by glaciers.  The mountains continue to grow at a rate of 1.5 millimeters annually!  The Adirondacks is home to over 130,000 New Yorkers with 105 towns and villages.  It is the most unusual park in the US with its special untouched forest, thousands of ponds and lakes, wilderness trails and spectacular mountains!   (click here for map)          

 

The Adirondacks were originally claimed by two Indian nations, the Iroquois and the Algonquins.  The name “Adirondack” is still challenged today; but some say it is an authentic Indian word used by the Iroquois who referred to the Algonquins who were forced to live off tree buds and bark during hard winters.    Other historians say is was derived from a tribe of the St. Lawrence back in the 1500’s and meant “They of the Great Rocks.”   

 

Rocks or Trees, come explore for yourself.  You are sure to have a wonderful time! 

      

 

Adirondack Accommodations

Accommodations

Antiquing & Collectibles

Artists

     

Adirondack Beaches and Parks

Beaches & Parks

Biycling in the Adirondack Park

Biking Around

Bingo

     

Birds of the Adirondacks

Birding

Boating (tours/marinas)

Camping

     

Community Directory

Culture

Adirondack Restaurants and Dining

Dining Delights

     

Fun for the Family, visit the Adirondacks

Family Fun (ages 0-99)

Adirondack Farm and Farmer Markets

Farms & Their Markets

Adirondack Fishing Spots

Fishing Spots

     

Flights to the Adirondack Park Upstate NY USA

Flying/Fights

Golfing in the Adirondack Park

Golfing in the Park

Adirondack Guides

Guide Services

     

Hiking Trails in the Adirondacks

Hiking in the Park

Horseback Riding in the Adirondacks

Horseback Riding & Rodeos

Lakes & Ponds

     

Adirondack Maple Sugar

Maple Sugaring

Museums and Culture of the Adirondacks

Museums for History Buffs

Music of the Adirondacks

Music Lovers

     

Parasailing

Railways of the Adirondacks

Railroads Buffs

Recipes of Adirondackers

Recipes Shared

     

Open The World of the Adirondacks with Us!

Retire here

Rock Climbing in the Adirondacks

Rock Climbers

Skiing in the Adirondack Park NY

Skiing in the Park

     

Spas and Health Wellness in the Adirondacks

Spas & Health

Scuba Diving

Shopping

     

Snow

Tennis in the Park

Tennis

Transportation

     

Adirondack Culture

Theaters, Heritage

OUR

TOWNS

 

Waterfalls

 

                                        

Trivia Quote:  "Life, we learn too late, is in the living, in the tissue of  every day and hour."  

           Stephen Leacock

 

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Lake Champlain

over 100 miles of boating pleasure

 

Gore Mountain

347 ski acres, 75 Alpine Trails Including 13 Glades, 9 Snowshoeing/Cross-Country Trails

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Saranac Lake

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Tupper Lake

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