Make Your Fall Getaway To The ADK

The leaves they are a-changin' in the Adirondacks. Although the region is always breathtaking, fall brings some extra colors to the peaks and forests, making it a great time for a relaxing getaway. Get ready for Columbus Day weekend and make your plans for leaf peeping, festivals, and even more fun!

Take Fall Foliage Tours
One of the best ways to see the fall foliage this season is by taking a scenic drive through the beautiful Adirondacks. Check out the wilderness areas, see the bright colors covering the peaks, and stop for a bite to eat. Who knows, you may even find the perfect plot of land for your dream home.
Plan a Fall Trailside Adventure
Nestled between the St. Lawrence River and the northwestern border of the Adirondacks lies St. Lawrence County, a region that is perfect for your next fall leaf peeping adventure. Take in the views from a waterfall hike, bike along scenic back roads, and enjoy more trailside activities this season.
Enjoy Festive Fall Activities
Join Gore Mountain for one of the Adirondacks' largest celebrations of the season on October 7-8: Harvest Fest. Known for being family-friendly, this fall festival will include a vendor area, pumpkin field games, live music, a petting zoo, and scenic gondola rides up the mountain. Best of all, admission is free!
Witness an Outdoor Spectacle
Plan a trip to Lake Placid in time for the thrilling Flaming Leaves Festival on October 7-8. Not only will there be colorful foliage, but the festival will feature top ski jumpers soaring through the air at the Olympic Jumping Complex. Live music, lawn games, and fireworks are all on the schedule too!
Explore the World's Largest Garage Sale
Did you know Warrensburg in the southeastern Adirondacks is home to the World's Largest Garage Sale? It's true! Visit the area on September 30 & October 1 and browse over 500 vendors offering new and old items, including antiques, collectibles, toys, and more. What hidden treasures will you find?
Pick Out Your Own Pumpkins

Whether you want a classic fall decoration or can't wait for Halloween, a pumpkin patch is the place for you. There are plenty of regional pumpkin patches to choose from in the Adirondacks, and many places also offer other activities, such as hayrides, apple picking, and more.
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