Let the fun begin!

Saranac Lake is a town unlike any other. Located among the mountains and lakes of the Adirondacks, it inspires visitors to play, create, relax, and enjoy their time in a decidedly different way. As the snows of winter fade and spring breathes new life into Saranac Lake, it becomes time to embrace quiet rejuvenation and a peaceful environment. Pack your layers, and get ready for the rejuvenating spring adventure you've been craving.

Make every day decidedly adventurous

Don’t even think about staying inside when you’re here, especially during early spring! There's adventure and natural beauty to be seen all around the region. From low-elevation hiking trails offering glimpses of blooming wildflowers and budding trees, to the newly paved section of the Adirondack Rail Trail, there's adventure everywhere you turn. Take a leisurely stroll along the Riverwalk, or explore the Walk of Fame, showcasing the rich history of Saranac Lake. Don't miss the Bug Crawl, a unique way to experience the village's natural wonders. Early spring is a time of renewal in Saranac Lake, and we can't wait for you to join!

A different kind of downtown

Creative eateries, galleries, and shops are all around, along with year-round live music. Whether you are looking for cultural and arts events or a world-class menu, you’ll find downtown Saranac Lake full of activity. This is a downtown rich in history and infused with nature in a way that only Saranac Lake can pull off.

Troubles and worries melt away in Saranac Lake each spring. Breathe deep, relax, and enjoy life Saranac Lake style! Find out more with our Visitor's Guide to Saranac Lake.

Love Your ADK

By taking the Love Your Adirondacks Pledge and practicing Leave No Trace ethics you can help ensure that the forests, waterways, and communities of the Adirondacks remain beautiful and unique for generations to come.


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Where is Saranac Lake?
Saranac Lake is in northern New York’s Adirondack Mountains, one of the largest protected areas in the country!