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Discover Our Favorite Attractions & Things to Do in Saranac Lake and Beyond

Saranac Lake's location in the Adirondack High Peaks region provides easy access to the best of Upstate New York. Situated between Tupper Lake and Lake Placid, Saranac Lake is the perfect basecamp to explore and find adventure in the Adirondack Mountains. Our lodge is located within easy biking and driving distance of the most popular attractions and things to do in Saranac Lake and beyond, with the historic downtown arts district within walking distance. Check out our favorite nearby attractions and destinations or ask our knowledgeable staff of locals for tips on other fun things do during your visit to the Adirondacks.
Whiteface Mountain Ski Resort

Whiteface Mountain Ski Resort

Hit the slopes at one of the most breathtaking ski resorts in the area, just moments from our hotel. From skilled skiers to newbies, this top skiing destination offers trails for all types of travelers.
Pendragon Theatre

Pendragon Theatre

Pendragon Theatre (just steps away from the Lodge) is celebrating over 40 years as a professional, year-round theatre in Saranac Lake. Providing quality entertainment for all ages from new plays to the classics and Pendragon Jr., family friendly theatre featuring young actors.  More information, tickets & schedule of events can be found on their website.
ADK riverwalking and forest bathing

Adirondack Riverwalking and Forest Bathing

Immerse your senses deep into the environment through guided experiences with Adirondack Riverwalking & Forest Bathing. Wade through bubbling rivers as you observe the natural greenery and ecosystems, or mindfully connect to the forest through guided sensory activities. Mindfully rest your soul and increase your awareness on an Adirondack sensory journey.
The Wild Center

The Wild Center

The Wild Center is a mash-up of natural history museum, aquarium, science center, trail system and classroom. The 115-acre campus invites guests to change fall in love with nature by exploring Wild Walk, the award-winning walkway above the treeline, immersing themselves in Forest Music, getting up-close-and-personal with a live animal and much more.
Paul Smith's College VIC

Paul Smith's College VIC

The Visitor Interpretive Center offers 3,000 beautiful acres of north country wilderness and a 25-mile trail system with naturalist guided walks, butterfly house, art, music, and year round acitivies.
Adirondack Experience

Adirondack Experience, The Museum on Blue Mountain Lake

Adirondack Experience, The Museum on Blue Mountain Lake
The Heart of the Adirondacks Speaks Here!
Let our immersive indoor and outdoor activities be your essential guide to the stories of the Adirondacks.
Saranac Lake Riverwalk

Saranac Lake Riverwalk

From the lodge, stroll the Riverwalk surrounding Saranac Lake and take in the beautiful natural surroundings. Lounge lakeside and read a new book, or venture out for a walk and snap photos for your scrapbook.
Dewey Mountain

Dewey Mountain

This recreation center offers outdoor exploration year-round. It's an Adirondack cross-country ski and snowshoe area in the winter and a multi-use mountain biking and hiking spot during spring and summer.
Mount Pisgah

Mount Pisgah

Enjoy a family adventure at Mount Pisgah. Ski and ride the gentle slopes, enjoy tubing with their dedicated rope tow, snowshoe along the Saranac river, or enjoy hot beverage and snacks by the fireplace in the lodge.
Whiteface Veteran's Memorial Highwa

Whiteface Veteran's Memorial Highway

The sprawling beauty and wonder along this highway are not to be missed. Take a scenic drive up and enjoy panoramic views of the Adirondacks at 4,867 feet. Tour the castle, grab a bite, and don't forget to visit the gift shop.
Lake Placid Olympic Sites

Lake Placid Olympic Sites

Originally constructed for the 1932 Winter Olympics, and further built upon for the 1980 Winter Olympics. From zip lines to mountain coasters the Lake Placid Olympic sites have an array of activities for the entire family.
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