Summer on the Adirondack Coast
Surpassed in size only by the Great Lakes, Lake Champlain on the Adirondack Coast stretches 120 miles north to south with almost 600 miles of pristine shoreline. Not to mention, the countless number ofAdirondack Mountain lakes all teeming with fish and unlimited possibilities. Enjoy the Adirondack Coast’srugged beauty and spectacular views by hiking the Adirondack Mountains, kicking back on one of the manyPlattsburgh beaches or enjoying the views of Lake Champlain from one of our many Adirondack golf courses.
The Great Outdoors
Enjoy the numerous outdoor activities the Adirondack Coast has to offer. Whether it’s hiking Adirondack Mountains, cycling local routes, camping at Adirondack campgrounds or birding in the Adirondack Park. Summer on the Adirondack Coast means taking advantage of the regions rugged beauty and spectacular views during outdoor adventures.
On the Green
With Adirondack golfing you can enjoy green, plush, cedar-lined fairways with the scenic Adirondack Mountains and Lake Champlain as the backdrop. Golfers can hone their skills at Adirondack golf courses such as America's oldest resort golf course and many more.
Experience Lake Champlain
Named among the top 100 best bass lakes by BASSMASTER Magazine, Lake Champlain on the Adirondack Coast is a water lover’s dream. Enjoy Lake Champlain sailing and paddling. Visit Lake Champlain’s historic lighthouses, dive century-old shipwrecks, experience some of the best inland windsurfing in the east or just spend the day relaxing on Plattsburgh beaches.
Adirondack Coast Wine Trail
The Adirondack Coast Wine Trail is a perfect way to spend a day exploring the region. The Adirondack Coast Wine Trail brings connoisseurs to seven different wineries and cider houses throughout the Adirondacks.