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When you search for an RV in Lake Placid, you’ll find yourself an easy drive from Burlington and Utica. You’ll also have access to the spectacular sights and sounds of Saranac Lake, the Adirondack Mountains, and the High Peaks Wilderness Area. Lake Placid is well known for its recreational and sporting venues; it hosted the 1932 and the 1980 Winter Olympics, the 2000 Goodwill Games, and the 1972 Winter Universiade. Today, the Ironman Lake Placid Triathlon, the Lake Placid and I Love New York horse shows, the winter Empire State Games, and the Lake Placid ice dance competition all take place here.
Visit the websites or offices of the Village of Lake Placid, the Lake Placid Convention and Visitors’ Bureau, Visit Adirondacks, Guide to the Adirondack Region, or New York Upstate for up-to-date information on area business, attractions, events, and promotions that you can take advantage of with a Lake Placid RV rental by owner.
If you would like to explore the lake in ways that you can’t quite do with a motorhome rental in Lake Placid, paddle boats, rowboats, sailboats, electric boats, canoes, single and double kayaks, stand-up paddleboards, and hydro bikes are all available to rent in the village. Enjoy fishing, sailing, boating, and rafting at your own pace and on your own schedule. Many of these watercraft are suitable for beginners and all are welcome. Sleigh rides and dog sled rides are available in the winter.
One of the only bobsled, luge, and skeleton tracks east of the Rocky Mountains is here and you can access it with the best RV rentals in Lake Placid. There are also over 30 miles of Nordic cross-country ski trails for your pleasure as well as panoramic 360-degree views that extend into Vermont and Canada. In the summer, visitors can enjoy guided hiking tours, downhill mountain biking, and scenic gondola rides.
There are a number of celebrated public golf courses here that you can take advantage of with an RV rental in Lake Placid. The courses include wooded mountain settings and Scottish links. The 18-hole courses are around par 72 and some feature executive length holes. Some of the hottest names in course design here include John Van Kleek, Walter Hagen, Seymour Dunn, Alex Findlay, and Alister MacKenzie.
When you book an RV rental in Lake Placid, NY, you’ll need a place to stay. Some Walmart stores allow RVs to park overnight. Nearby Walmarts have been reported to allow overnight parking but visitors should always check with store management and local ordinances to verify that short stays will be allowed.
You can also stay at Draper’s Acres Campground with your travel trailer rental in Lake Placid. This family-owned campground features spacious, shaded, mostly level spots. RV sites offer full hookups and Wi-Fi. The campground also provides restrooms and showers as well as a dump station.
The Lake Placid/Whiteface Mountain KOA Campground is also a place to park your luxury RV rental near Lake Placid and enjoy your stay. Gravel sites offer full hookups, cable, and Wi-Fi. Campground amenities include restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, a seasonal pool, a pet area, a convenience store, a ski shuttle, planned activities, and breakfast at the lodge.
Lake Placid is home to the Lake Placid Sinfonietta, a professional chamber orchestra of 20 musicians from across the country. When you visit with an RV trailer rental in Lake Placid, you can be in the audience for the Symphony Series at the Lake Placid Center for the Arts, the Park Series outdoors in the Paul White Memorial Shell, the Adirondack Series at various locations, the LPS Pro-Musica Chamber Series, or the Children’s Concert. The Sinfonietta receives public funding so admission varies for a professional symphony concert.
Also, visit the Lake Placid Center for the Arts when you rent a motorhome in Lake Placid. It is a renowned performing and visual arts facility that hosts the Lake Placid School of Ballet, the LPCA Children’s Theatre, and the Community Theatre Players as well as many other performances, film exhibitions, and visual arts presentations. The center also provides arts-in-education programs and workshops for the general public and residencies for both aspiring and established artists in many genres.
Everybody knows Lake Placid as an Olympic site and you can see many of the most famous spots with your RV rental near Lake Placid. The “Miracle on Ice”, when the U.S. upset the highly favored Soviet team on their way to taking the gold medal, took place in the Herb Brooks Arena. Today, the arena hosts national and international figure skating competitions, USA Hockey events, Stars on Ice, ECAC Hockey Championships, and more, and one-hour tours are available. The Lake Placid Olympic Museum highlights artifacts, photos and videos, and interactive displays to tell the stories of the 1932 and 1980 Olympic Games. Currently, the Olympic Regional Development Authority maintains the Olympic venues and offers tours and luge and bobsled rides.