Spend Three Days At Three Lakes On This Weekend Road Trip In New York
By Christy Articola|Published June 02, 2022
Christy Articola has lived in Colorado since 2013 and considers herself a Centennial State enthusiast and expert through and through. She's based in Denver metro, but over the past decade, she has traveled to every corner, river, village, park, town, and city in the state and continues to explore it deeper and further whenever she can. Christy simply can't get enough of Colorado, and loves sharing all her adventures with you through Only In Your State! She graduated with a degree in journalism from Fordham University and is thrilled to be working as a full time travel writer for this and other sites - she finally found her perfect niche - and is so grateful for that.
There are dozens of captivating, breathtaking, beautiful lakes in the Adirondacks. You could visit these mountains every season of every year and not ever go to the same place twice, and many people do take that approach when exploring this part of the state. On the other hand, some visitors find one lake that they love best and return to it time and time again.
If you’re just getting started on exploring the Adirondacks, you may not know where to start. To visit three of the very best lakes that the Adirondack Park has to offer in one weekend, this road trip is a great one to follow. On it, you’ll spend one day and night at the Great Sacandaga Lake, one at Lake George, and one at Saranac Lake – a lake which is actually three lakes strung together.
These are some of New York’s most popular lakes and you’ll soon see why. This road trip is a great overview of the best of the Adirondack lakes.
You’ll see so many wonderful things on this short but impressive weekend road trip. When your trip is complete, take some time to compare and contrast the three lakes you visited. Which is your favorite? Which is the most beautiful? Which would you like to return to in the future?
Of course, these are just a few of the many amazing lakes in Adirondack Park. Next time you’re in the area, check out Long Lake, Cranberry Lake, Raquette Lake, Tupper Lake, Mirror Lake, Lake Champlain, Blue Mountain Lake, Schroon Lake, Indian Lake… the list goes on and on. There are dozens of lakes and also dozens of adorable small towns to check out there, too – so get on out there and explore!
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