Watch a spectacular fall video and plan your trip online
Lake Placid, NY – Fall is the perfect time to get away for the weekend – and what better place than the Adirondack Park of Northern New York? With a longer foliage season than anywhere in the East, and more land to explore than the whole state of Vermont, you’ve just got to “Come to Life” here. Check out the new fall video tour at VisitAdirondacks.com and start planning your getaway today!
A great line-up of fall festivals, Oktoberfests and harvest celebrations showcase the region’s rich history and beautiful landscape. Go to www.VisitAdirondacks.com for special fall vacation packages and get away without breaking the bank. With VisitAdirondacks.com, planning a fall getaway is easy and you’ll find discounted lodging packages, fun-filled events, as well as an interactive mapping tool to help plan your itinerary.
On September 19, experience 400 years of history at Crown Point’s Quadricentennial Day. Tempt your taste buds and test your knowledge of cream cheese during the 5th Annual Cream Cheese Festival in Lowville, September 19. In Malone, stop by the Almanzo Wilder Homestead September 26th for the Annual Harvest Festival. Get the lay of the land from above at the Adirondack Balloon Festival held annually in Glens Falls September 24-27. And in the historic village of Canton, the 8th Annual Frederic Remington Festival kicks off September 26-27.
October wouldn’t be complete without an Oktoberfest – and Whiteface Mountain Ski Center’s 18th Annual Oktoberfest is the place to be October 3-4. The Adirondack Harvest Festival takes place at the Adirondack Museum in Blue Mountain Lake, October 3-4. And, just in time for Halloween, don’t miss the Pumpkin Festival in Old Forge on October 24th.
About the Adirondack Region
The Adirondack Park, named for the Adirondack Mountains that lie within its boundary, offers some of the best opportunities in the United States for both recreation and relaxation in a superb natural setting. The Park is larger than Yellowstone, Yosemite, Glacier, Grand Canyon and Great Smokies combined. Its six-million-acre wilderness areas are an outdoor-lover’s paradise and the Adirondack Regional Tourism Council can provide information about planning a vacation in the region. Log onto http://visitadirondacks.com for videos, package listings, events, activities, restaurants, lodging and maps.
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