Getting Here
Getting to Saranac Lake is easy - it's leaving that's hard.

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While Saranac Lake is in the middle of the Adirondack Park, it's an easy drive from major urban areas like Syracuse, Rochester, Albany, Burlington, Boston, New York City, Montreal, and Ottawa. However, if you want to fly here, the Adirondack Regional Airport provides quick and direct access to the region. 

The Adirondack Regional Airport, located in Lake Clear, is just a 10 minute drive from downtown Saranac Lake. There are 3 daily round trips to and from Boston's Logan International Airport provided by Cape Air. The airport also welcomes private and charter planes. Hertz car rental (518-891-9044) and taxi service are available.

Adirondack Trailways provides bus service to the region.

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Upcoming Events

Sunday, March 25th, 2018
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These weekends are full of maple related events. Join us for a tour of our wood fired, student run sugar shack, take a naturalist snowshoe tour, collect buckets and learn about the process.
Sunday, March 25th, 2018
The upcoming date less then 1 day.
Faithful volunteer and masterful chef Keith Oborne will be cooking up waffles and sausages from 10 a.m. – Noon Sundays through the Cross-Country Ski Season. Waffles will be served with fresh...

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Wednesday, March 21st, 2018
Blue Skies and a Day of Birding With a beautiful blue winter sky above us, my brother, nephew, and I set out the other day to enjoy some boreal birding in the Bloomingdale Bog Complex north...
Tuesday, March 20th, 2018
If your kids are anything like mine they love breaking records. And second best to holding the record, is knowing the record - biggest number (Googolplex), smallest state (Rhode Island), fastest...
Fly to Saranac Lake via Cape Air The Adirondack Regional Airport, your "Gateway to the Adirondacks," provides quick and convenient access to and from Logan International in Boston, MA. Daily flights are provided...
Woods and Water Defined by nature, recreation, heritage, learning, creativity, and cuisine, we invite you to explore our historic routes and waterway connections.
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