Adirondacks from M to R


Adirondack Park Visitor Interpretive Center

5922 State Route 28N.          518/582-2000

Newcomb Trail Map

North River

Adirondack Adventures

2 hrs 45 min from Hidden Meadow Inn.     Whitewater Rafting, canoeing, kayaking, tubing

Old Forge

Enchanted Forest and Water Safari

Over 50 water rides and attractions, including “Tidal Wave Pool” and the “Amazon” family river ride.    Open daily June – Labor Day.

3183 Route 28.      315/369-6145

Paul Smiths

Adirondack Park Visitor Interpretive Center

A 6.5 mile trail system with interpretive signs on the ecology, exhibits on the history of the Adirondacks, hiking, cross-country skiing, snow-shoeing.

8023 Route 30.         518/327-3000

Paul Smith’s Trail Map

White Pine Camp

Guided walking tour of historic Adirondack Great Camp, served as summer White House in 1926 for President Calvin Coolidge.

Public tours on Saturdays in July and August.

White Pine Road.  For reservations & information call Adirondack Architectural Heritage at 518/834-9328.

Raquette Lake

Great Camp Sagamore

Adirondack Great Camp, former summer home of Alfred Vanderbilt family, built in 1897 by William West Durant; 27 buildings, tours, courses, retreats.

4 miles south off Route 28      315/354-5311

Raquette Lake Navigation Company

Boat tours, cruise and dine, scenic excursions, moonlight cruises, fall foliage, great camps of J.P. Morgan, Vanderbilt and Huntington, private charters.


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