New York July 11, 2019
Visiting This One Mountain Lake In New York Is Like Experiencing A Dream
While the Adirondack Park may be home to New York’s 46 tallest peaks, what some people may not realize is that tucked between those mountaintops and secluded forests you’ll also find 3,000 lakes and ponds. With magical oasis’ everywhere you turn, the biggest problem you’ll have while exploring this region of our state is deciding which body of water you’ll want to dedicate your time to! Offering you up everything that you could dream of, see why visiting this one mountain lake in the Empire State is nothing short of a dream.
Covering nearly 130-acres up in one of New York's most scenic towns, it's time you get acquainted with all that you can experience in and around Mirror Lake.
With the beautiful village of Lake Placid set around the shores of Mirror Lake, during the summertime you'll be able to enjoy an entire laundry list of waterfront activities.
In town along the lakefront, you'll find plenty of places where you can rent things like kayaks and paddleboards that provide an exciting way to get out onto the water.
While some prefer to soak in the views of New York's tallest mountains while they're also soaking in Mirror Lake, with the Lake Placid Public Beach situated at the southern end of Mirror Lake - also acting as the town's boat launch.
The perfect place to go for a stroll, you'll be able to enjoy the views of the Adirondack Mountains without doing any hard work as you walk along paved sidewalk that follows the lake's 2.7-mile long perimeter.
As you follow the sidewalk and make your way around Mirror Lake, you'll pass by plenty of lakefront restaurants and charming little shops, many of which you can paddle right up to!
Some adventurers of New York may prefer a more secluded body of water, but if you're looking to experience a day that's packed full of fun adventures and breathtaking views - there couldn't be a more dreamy body of water to explore than Mirror Lake.
If you've never fully walked around Mirror Lake or gotten out on the water, it's time you cross this magical small-town paradise off of your bucket list before another year passes you by!
To find out more about all there is to do on and around Mirror Lake,
Address: 801 Mirror Lake Drive, Lake Placid, NY, 12946
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