Autumn Splendor on the Adirondack Coast
This fall visit the Adirondack Coast when it's painted with brilliant shades of red, yellow and orange. The sun-baked days are ideal for hiking, biking or golfing while a traditional Adirondack campfire warms cool, crisp nights. Take a hay ride through a pumpkin patch, pick your own apples right off the tree, or try some of our locally made hard cider and wines.
More than 2,000 miles of hiking trails wind through the Adirondack Park. Whether you are out to conquer the 46 High Peaks, backpack through the woods or just stroll along Plattsburgh’s Heritage Trail, the Adirondack Coast offers a wide variety of hiking opportunities that offer stunning views which are only intensified by the areas fall foliage.
Orchards and Farmers' Markets
Get a true taste of the Adirondack Coast - one of greatest apple regions in the U.S - by visiting one of our many orchards, farmers' markets or road side stands. Pick your own apples and pumpkins, get lost in a corn maze, take a hay ride and enjoy the aroma of delicious baked goods.
Get an up-to-date foliage report to catch peak color in the Adirondacks. Hop on a horse, train or gondola to experience the amazing color that only the Adirondacks can deliver.
Adirondack Coast Wine, Cider and Beer Festival
October 11th, 2014 the Adirondack Coast welcomes back the wine, cider and beer festival featuring unique local cold climate wines, ciders, beers and regional delights. The evening will take visitors on an adventure tantalizing taste buds with gourmet food offerings from all over the Adirondack Coast.