Tupper Lake Region
The Tupper Lake Region offers outdoor recreation opportunities for every season. Enjoy the serenity of a day on the lake, land your next big fish, or immerse yourself in a winter wonderland while snowmobiling on groomed trails. At the end of any day, relax with a cold craft beer at one of the region’s local breweries or restaurants.

Reconnect with nature in the Tupper Lake Region. Enjoy endless adventure with all the amenities of town conveniently close by. Big lakes, winding rivers, and remote ponds are perfect for boaters, paddlers, and fishermen. Miles of trails up mountains and through forests accommodate hiking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling. Gaze at the surrounding mountains from above the treetops on The Wild Walk, one of The Wild Center's exclusive attractions. At the end of a fun-filled day, find refreshment in one of Tupper Lake's restaurants or breweries, or relax in comfortable lodging.

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Adirondack Water Sports in Tupper Lake

Paddlers, boaters, and fishermen have lots to explore in the Tupper Lake Region. At nine miles long, Big Tupper Lake offers 28 miles of shoreline dotted with marinas where you can launch your boat, or rent one for a day of lake cruising. Drop an anchor in one of the lake's picturesque bays and take a refreshing swim, or discover what secrets its islands have in store. Raquette River has endless twists and turns for man-powered vessels to meander down, as well as water access-only campsites for those who want to extend their trip. These and other waterways are a fisherman's dream come true. Shallow ponds, slow-moving rivers, and lakes over 100 feet deep are home to a wide variety of fish species. Hook your next big catch in the Tupper Lake Region.

Tupper Lake Snowmobiling

Tupper Lake is a snowmobiling paradise. Miles of marked, maintained trails connect the village to the main snowmobile corridors. You can spend a full day sledding through dense forests and over picturesque landscapes with ease thanks to plentiful and conveniently-placed amenities. Lodging, fueling stations, taverns, and dining are all easily accessible, and there are even local repair shops if you have maintenance needs during your visit. Winter transforms the Tupper Lake Region into a glistening wonderland filled with snow-laden trees, frozen lakes, and frosty mountains. Enjoy the beauty and satisfy your need for speed by snowmobiling in Tupper Lake this winter!


Breweries of Tupper Lake

Craft brew enthusiasts will be delighted to find two breweries in Tupper Lake – Big Tupper Brewing and Raquette River Brewing. These small, local breweries are on the front lines of an advancing craft beer scene in the Adirondacks. Both offer diverse draft lists, with seasonal brews for a different tasting experience each visit. Big Tupper Brewing serves up a full menu of pub-style food in their large, rustic dining room, and Raquette River Brewing's cozy tasting room is perfect for kicking back and relaxing with a pint. From small beginnings come great things, and as both locations work to expand their experience and operations, beer lovers have a lot to look forward to in Tupper Lake.

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