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Information About Adirondack, NY
Occupying approximately one-fifth of the state of New York, the Adirondack region is a six-million-acre park with breathtaking terrain and a nearly limitless number of sites to see, mountains to climb and towns to visit. Planning your first trip with your RV rental in the Adirondacks can be a daunting task, and this will probably be one of many visits to the gorgeous, serene region that is the Adirondacks. With over 100 communities located in the area, your RV rental vacation can span quite a range of culture, terrain and adventure. Covering the over 18,000 square miles of the largest protected region in the lower US in your RV rental may take a few trips to complete, but really, any part of this one-of-a-kind area will provide volumes of invigorating scenery, fun sites and attractions to visit, small town charm and if you want, some peace and quiet. The Adirondacks can be whatever you want them to be and this makes the region a top pick for an incredible camper rental adventure. Start your search for an RV in the Adirondacks and get ready for an unforgettable experience.
The Sites and Scenery
All of the regions within the Adirondacks offer a ton of natural wonders and local attractions. For those seeking water adventures while on their Adirondacks rental RV vacation, opportunities are everywhere. Passively engage with water by enjoying the numerous waterfalls of St. Lawrence County, in the Northwest region of Adirondack Seaway. Jump right into to the many whitewater rafting adventures available on many of the rivers and waterways throughout the regions. Seek out calmer waters and splash the kayaks in a peaceful lake or stream, or swim (at your own risk, of course) in one of the crystal clear sparkling brooks. Pop the rental motorhome into drive and head for some seriously breathtaking views in the central region of Lake Placid by making a stop at Mt. Marcy and Lake Tear of Clouds, the source of the Hudson River. Head north with the rental camper and check out the Natural Stone Bridge and Caves area. Tour the caves and admire the display of rock here that dates back over one billion years. Over on the SW side of the Adirondack region, visit the Whetstone Gulf State Park in the Tugg Hill area, built around a gorge cut into the Tugg Hill Plateau.
When not immersed in the grand natural landscape during your luxury RV rental vacation, there are plenty of city sites and attractions to stop and check out. RV rentals in the Adirondacks make it easy to explore attractions of all types. Experience the scenery out on the links at the many popular golf courses around, or tour one of the many unique museums, each covering aspects of the area’s cultures and history. Maple syrup lovers might enjoy a visit in the RV rental to the American Maple Museum in the southwest region of Tugg Hill, which explores the history of the maple syrup industry and dives into the art that is maple syrup making. Also in Tugg Hill, wander the countryside roads in the motorhome rental and visit Amish roadside stands and other local artisans for food, crafts and other handmade items. The northwest region of Adirondacks Seaway is rich in Arts and Theater and is home to a variety of museums, music halls, theaters and other entertainment venues. The family-friendly SE Adirondack region of Lake George offers multiple amusement parks, playgrounds, beaches and even a beach designed for dogs. Fun never ends with the rental RV in Lake George. For more adult-oriented fun, head down the scenic Champlain Valley Wine Tour in the northeast region of Adirondack Valley. This 72-mile drive takes you and your RV rental to various wineries along the rustic roadway and provides sweeping views of the landscape all around.
The Adirondacks are like no other place on the planet. With over 23,000 ponds and lakes, over 1,500 miles of rivers and over 30,000 miles of streams, it’s impossible to not become overcome by the massive wilderness that is the Adirondacks. The countless scenic byways and the fact that there are no park fees and no gates that open and close makes this magical region a prime RV rental destination. It comes as no surprise that the Adirondacks is home to “America’s Original Vacation” that is known as Lake George. This southeastern region of the Adirondacks offers the true snapshot of what vacation should be, with expansive lake views, water recreation activities and relaxing nights spent on the water’s edge, stargazing around a crackling campfire. Your Adirondacks RV rental trip couldn’t get much better than this.
Where to Park It
The Adirondacks region might be one of the friendliest RV rental locations in the US. There are numerous RV parks in each subregion, not to mention a pretty decent variety of free camping sites along the way. According to some seasoned Adirondack RV campers, there are also quite a few rustic and primitive free campsites throughout the expansive area, as long as you can go without electricity or water hookups.
When getting deep into some parts of the Adirondacks, refueling may require some forward planning, but there are still plenty of truck stops around.
It’s Always (Usually) About The Food
For grocery and other supplies while on your Adirondack camper rental vacation, there are quite a few local markets around the regions. There aren’t many chain stores around, which can make for a charming shopping experience. Though there are lots of dining options in the area, there’s definitely something special about just cooking and chatting while sitting around the campfire.
Each subregion of the Adirondacks has its own spin on food. While you should be able to find the traditional pizzerias and burger joints in each area, there is also great opportunity in experiencing the unique cuisines that each town has to offer. When in the Adirondack Coast, look for “the Michigan” to get an interesting take on the standard hot dog. There are breweries and wineries aplenty and a few of them have food available too.
The mountainous Adirondacks region of upstate New York is a rental RV destination that provides endless experiences, adventures, culture and almost surreal landscapes and scenery. Any stop in this massive protected park is guaranteed to be unique. Book an RV rental in the Adirondacks and see for yourself why this area has been a top vacation destination for decades.
RV Rentals in Adirondack, NY
Adirondack, NY is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.
There are many popular rentals in Adirondack. Outdoorsy's Adirondack RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.
RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby
Nearby to Adirondack are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, Hudson Highands State Park, Bear Mountain State Park, Mount Major State Park, White Mountain National Forest, and Palisades Interstate Park.
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|Cascade to Porter Mountain Trail||Lake Placid||New York|
|Sunset Ridge Trail and Long Trail Loop||Underhill||Vermont|
|Sleeping Beauty Mountain and Lake George Trail||Fort Ann||New York|
|Mount Marcy from Adirondak Lodge||Newcomb||New York|
|Buck Mountain Trail||Pilot Knob||New York|
|Black Mountain and Lake George Trail||Clemons||New York|
|Plotter Kill Preserve Trail||Schenectady||New York|
|Hadley Mountain Trail||Hadley||New York|
|Giant Mountain via Ridge Trail||Keene Valley||New York|
|Camel's Hump Trail||Waterbury||Vermont|