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New York Vacation Rentals in the Adirondacks

Looking for a vacation rental that combines the best of lake recreation and mountain scenery? Does your ideal vacation involve getting away from the hustle and bustle of daily life?  Then we suggest you turn your thoughts toward New York’s Adirondack region.

 

This section of our planet is located in the northern reaches of New York State.  It’s actually much nearer Quebec and Vermont than the Big Apple, and it has attracted vacationers for hundreds of years.  By the mid and late 19th century, the Adirondacks had become a special favorite of the ultra-wealthy, who built massive, opulent vacation lodges.  Today, the Adirondacks are loved by skiers, amateur fishermen, and others who crave the outdoors.

 

Finding the Right Adirondacks Vacation Rental Home

On this site, you can find more than 50 Adirondack vacation destinations, from small villages to Olympic parks.  Popular sites include Lake George, Lake Champlain, and Lake Placid.  In fact, although the this region’s titular mountain range often takes center stage, there are about 3,000 lakes and ponds in the Adirondacks.  But don’t forget about the summits: at over 5,400 feet, Mount Marcy is the highest of the 46 High Peaks.

 

Roughly speaking, the Adirondacks are about four hours north of New York City by car.  You can fly in, using Albany International Airport as a base for the southern part of the region; Plattsburgh International Airport in Plattsburgh and Vermont’s Burlington International Airport are popular gateways to the northern Adirondacks.

 

So whether you’re in to fishing or skiing, snowboarding or shopping, consider booking a vacation rental home in New York’s Adirondacks!