Fun in Saranac Lake
Authentically Adirondack and decidedly different

Saranac Lake has more than scenery

That's right! Our natural scenery is a year-round attraction, but there's more to this mountain village than its mountains!

One can enjoy history with a self-guided tour of the unique "cure cottage" architecture, or join a walking tour that includes a stop in the Saranac Laboratory Museum. The Saranac Lake Free Library houses the Dickert Wildlife Collection, and wooden versions of some of the same animals can be ridden at the Adirondack Carousel in William Morris Park. 

It's easy to find something fun to do in Saranac Lake!

 

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