Get ready for a great time in the Adirondacks coolest place, the Saranac Lake. This location is nestled between the villages of Lake Placid and Tupper Lake and is known as the largest village in the entire Adirondacks region. This area was first popular in the mid-19th century, when loggers came out of the forest and saw the awe-inspiring colors of the fall and the picture-perfect postcard winters. Here your group can see crystal clear blue lakes, extraordinary and rugged peaks, and some of the most talked about fall foliage around the North. You can ski, snowshoe, fish, hike, golf, ride horses, bird, paddle, and partake in countless other outdoor recreation opportunities that will remind you that you’re on vacation!
Once in this village your group will see that this area has over 100 lakes, an arts community, live music venues, village tours, and various museums such as the Wildlife Museum and Local Museum, all providing lively and entertaining things for your group to do. History and architecture buffs will enjoy the 170 former cure cottages within the district, and many walking tours and hikes are available upon request of particular subject. This village is the home of the Adirondacks largest hospital, an airport, a theater, studios, eateries, galleries, and shops. Stop by McKenzie’s Grille, Fusion Market, La Bella Ristorante, the Farmers Market, or Rice Furniture before you go for some of the finest dining and shopping in the village. There are annual festivals that draw in quite the crowd, such as the Saranac Lake Winter Carnival that lasts 10 days each February.