The Adirondacks stretch from the top of New York’s 46 highest peaks, to the shore of Lake Champlain and the hundreds of miles of wilderness in between. Lake Placid is a village in the Adirondack Mountains in Essex County, New York, United States. Visit Lake Placid and explore remote hiking trails, old growth forests, endless lakes and serene waterways. Stay in the High Peaks Region and visit the historic Adirondack vacation destinations of Lake Placid, Keene and Saranac Lake— the region features a variety of events and festivals, entertainment, and abundant outdoor activities.
Go fly fishing in the Ausable River in the Whiteface Region where you’ll also discover Wilmington – “the Biking Capital of the Adirondacks,” tour New York’s Adirondack Coast of Lake Champlain where American Revolution battles were waged, or visit the Schroon Lake Region’s thriving arts community set between two wilderness tracts.