The Adirondack Dream comes in numerous forms.
Depending on the time of year, and what the weather’s been like, it can be different combinations of activities. The unique part of the Adirondack Dream is that it represents different popular sports, associated with different times of the year, that can be done on the same day.
It usually involves some form of skiing or riding, with hiking, biking, tennis, golf, boating and fishing.
Foodie heaven is about to reach earth. The first-ever Restaurant Week is coming to Lake Placid May 13-22.
Lake Placid is known as a two-time Winter Olympic village, with the world’s best athletes and medal winners training and residing here. But if you ask us, our community also has a lineup of gold medal eateries that make choosing one over another difficult. Restaurant Week, however, will reduce that chore and enable you to frequent no less that 16 of our best, including the Mirror Lake Inn’s Four Diamond The View Restaurant and trendy Taste Bistro and Bar.
LAKE PLACID, N.Y. – Two of the top fantasy camps in the nation are set to begin in a matter of days in Lake Placid.
The most beloved team of our lifetime – the 1980 United States Olympic Hockey Team – will bring 16 members and assistant coach Craig Patrick back to the Olympic Center in Lake Placid when the second annual Miracle on Ice Fantasy Camp takes place starting April 3.
They will be joined by some 60 fantasy camp attendees from across the country, ranging in age from 28-68.
The second of the fantasy camps is offered by the U.S. Olympic Luge Team.