Summer on the Adirondack Coast
In the summer months, life centers on the water - and how could it not? 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. Water lovers will also enjoy the countless number of Adirondack Mountain lakes all teeming with fish and unlimited possibilities. Summer visitors can enjoy the Adirondack Coast’s rugged beauty and spectacular views by cycling quiet roads, hiking the Adirondack Mountains, kicking back on a beache or enjoying the views of Lake Champlain from one of our many Adirondack golf courses.
There may be no better way to appreciate the beauty of the Adirondack Coast than from the seat of a canoe or kayak. A wide range of paddling opportunities offer a chance to explore pristine wetlands, marshes and mountain lakes all offering a true wilderness experience.
The Great Outdoors
Enjoy hiking the Adirondacks for an hour or the entire day with routes that can be varied to your ability and time schedule.
Fish Lake Champlain
If you've been here you know. If you haven't been here you've heard. The Adirondack Coast offers some of the best fishing on the planet with Lake Champlain earning the reputation as the best smallmouth fishery in North America.
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 golf courses such as America's olderst resort golf couse and many more.