Experience the Adirondacks. There are a variety of fun activities both in Long Lake and throughout the Adirondack park to do for guests of all ages. Make your plans to experience it all. Make your stay with us as amazing as it can be, whether you are experiencing the scenic beauty of Long Lake by getting outdoors and exploring or viewing it from one of our verandas. These are just a few of the fun things to do while visiting The Adirondack Hotel on Long Lake.
Hoss's general store is a landmark in the heart of the Adirondacks. Explore their eclectic selections of Adirondack themed gifts and other essential treasures.
Directly across the street from the hotel. Fly over the Adirondack High Peaks. See the mountains like you've never seen them before.
Directly across the street from the hotel. An Adirondack sightseeing attraction worth the trip.
Directly across the street from the hotel. Visit the best beach in the Adirondacks with unsurpassed views of the Seward Mountain Range, a swim dock with a mini-trampoline, slide and rope swings.
A fully accessible wilderness facility located in the beautiful Adirondacks of northern New York. We provide fully accessible trails, lean-tos and other services to accommodate all types of disabilities. Also a great place to take your kids!
Lake Eaton offers canoe, rowboat and kayak rentals and a blacktopped roadway for biking and walking enthusiasts. Also a interpretive nature trail and numerous hiking opportunities.
A Museum on Blue Mountain Lake that explores people’s connections to the Adirondacks through interactive exhibits, hands-on activities, and culturally rich collections. Engage in the stories and spirit dedicated to the heritage of the region. Discover the Adirondack story that speaks to you.
Find new ways to connect with nature through outdoor experiences like iForest, an elevated trail across the Adirondack treetops, guided canoe trips, and explore a 54,000-square-foot museum with live animals.
Outfitters for the best adventure on the Hudson River. Closest to its source in the High Peaks Wilderness Region of the Adirondacks, located in Newcomb, NY,