Explore the Adirondacks' two wine regions to sip some of the best kept secrets in the Northeast. The Adirondack Coast Wine Trail encompasses six wineries and cideries spanning 33 miles along Lake Champlain, while the St. Lawrence Wine Trail travels 80 miles and three wineries. Savor hand crafted ale at one of the many microbreweries located across the Adirondacks, including new tasting and tap rooms.
As one of the largest nature preserves in the country, the Adirondacks' treasures are found in its mountains, on lakes and streams, and along the thousands of miles of trails that connect the wilderness to civilization. This summer, chase fireflies, try stand-up paddle boarding, hike a mountain or rent a boat and go fishing. Summer in the Adirondacks is a special season, one that can make you feel like a kid again. Now, go play outside!