of Interest in New York's Adirondack Mountains
If you have never traveled to the rugged Adirondack Mountains of New York it's
hard to imagine that such a wild and remote-seeming location exists in the Empire
Renowned for hiking, camping, skiing, hunting, and fishing, this
immense wilderness is an exciting vacation or holiday destination for the nature
lover or the die-hard outdoorsman.
What must life have been like for the "Bark Eaters" and
their descendants during the 19th century? Below is list of sites
of interest for anyone curious to know more.
York Outdoor Adventures - Your guide to outdoor sporting in
New York. Meet Steve Buckbee
of Beaver Meadow Guide
Service, learn about
fishing and environmental trips, as well as his fishing charters.
- The Town
of Thurman, NY - Official site with information about local
goings-on and business
- The Adirondack
Park Agency - "created by the State Legislature to develop
long-range land use..."
Regional Tourism Council - Complete trip planning, beautiful
- The Adirondack
Museum - Blue Mountain Lake - Great history with online tours
- The Natural
History Museum of the Adirondacks - Tupper Lake - Newly founded
- Lake Placid
- Scene of the winter Olympics
Mountain - Ski area and foliage destination
Hudson Maple Producers Association - Maple facts, recipes,
- LARAC - Lower
Adirondack Regional Arts Council
- Warren County Tourism
- All the fun things to do and see in Warren County
Center for Writing, Inc. - ACW is a resource and educational
organization providing support and training opportunities to writers,
would-be writers, and people throughout the Adirondack Region
who appreciate writing.
- Toad Hill Maple Farm
- Buy straight-from-the-tree maple products online. Or visit the
sugarhouse during its open house weekends in March.