Adirondack Accommodations

From campgrounds to cabins, luxury resorts to pet-friendly hotels - stay and play in the Adirondack Region where a variety of options await!
Great Camp Sagamore
Great Camp Sagamore

Great Camp Sagamore at Raquette Lake is a classic Adirondack Great Camp. Vacation like the Vanderbilts during their open season each summer and fall in the Adirondack Wild. 

Great Camp Sagamore

Pack your bags with adventure in mind when planning a trip to the Adirondacks – where our resorts, campgrounds, hotels and B&BS offer authentic Adirondack amenities in an unforgettable setting.

Adirondack Resorts: Rustic Meets Luxury

The beauty of the Adirondacks inspired a new architectural style in the 1800s, one that incorporated natural materials from the surrounding landscape to create sprawling, elegant compounds known today as Great Camps. Many of the Adirondack Region's upscale resorts continue to carry on this tradition, welcoming guests to enjoy an unparalleled array of conveniences, from complimentary use of canoes and kayaks, to opportunities for exploring the Adirondacks with a certified outdoor guide, or gathering ingredients for a sumptuous meal prepared by a celebrated chef.

Stay at Adirondack resorts inspired by the landscape and designed in the Great Camp-style, merging rustic elements with the luxury of elegant furnishings and all the modern conveniences.

Beyond the Two B's: Adirondack Bed & Breakfasts

In the Adirondacks, B&BS provide unique accommodations and hearty breakfasts in anticipation of a day spent hiking, skiing or exploring. Hospitality comes first and foremost, and many owners go out of their way to offer unique amenities to ensure that each guest's stay is memorable. Find a romance package for a winter getaway and stay in a room with a fireplace and Jacuzzi for après ski, or ask the staff to pack a picnic lunch for your hiking trip in the mountains. Some of our B&BS even offer cheese and wine tastings, farm tours and whitewater rafting excursions to their guests.

Pitch, Pop or Park: Camping in the Adirondacks

Camping is a summer tradition, one that conjures uniquely personal memories. In the Adirondacks, camping comes in several forms: RV, glamour, car, lean-to, and tent.

For the die-hards who enjoy tent camping, welcome. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, and many private owners, maintains hundreds of campsites on lakeshores, wilderness recreation areas and islands throughout the region. Enjoy an array of amenities, including sports courts, free Wi-Fi, and organized activities at private campgrounds with RV hookups and tent camping spaces. For the leisure seekers, relax at a glamping resort while a chef prepares your meals, and the hardest thing you have to do all day is choose between an afternoon rock climbing lesson or a Swedish massage.

No matter where you lay your head, the beauty of the Adirondacks is yours to enjoy.

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Photographing Fourth of July Fireworks
I've been celebrating the 4th of July in the Adirondacks for 37 years and, honestly, I could spend the rest of my life in the Adirondacks photographing lakes, rivers, mountains and soaring raptors.– Jessica Deitz
Drawn to Nature - The Photographic Spell of the Adirondacks
As a child Holly Parker spent her summers camping in the Adirondacks with her dad. Even at an early age, she was drawn to nature. From sunrise on a mountain summit, to the inspring colors of fall, she shares her favorite Adirondack moments.– Holly Parker
The Adirondacks in Technicolor - Kevin Lenhart Shares His Favorite Photos
I  was born and raised in the Adirondacks and have always loved the outdoors. Some of my earliest memories are camping on the Sarance Chain of Lakes and hiking in the mountains. – Kevin Lenhart
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The Adirondack Regions
The Adirondack Region is made up of seven distinct regions - each with their own striking landscape and unique visitor experience.
Spanning more than six million acres, the Adirondack Region is the largest park in the lower 48. Like a patchwork quilt, the Adirondacks are made up of seven distinct regional destinations, each offering their own brand of Adirondack adventure. From the Adirondack Lakes Region with more than 600 bodies of navigable water, to the extensive hiking trails of the High Peaks Wilderness in the Lake Placid Region - discover an area as diverse in geography as it is in activities and events. Bicycle between wineries on the Adirondack Coast, or dive to sunken shipwrecks in the Adirondack Seaway near the Canadian Border. You're invited to explore the Lake George Region's family-friendly attractions and discover the Adirondack Tug Hill Plateau's one-of-a-kind recreation opportunities.
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