Explore the Adirondacks and More from Lowville
While itís not in the mountainous part of the Adirondacks, Lowville makes a good base for exploring the peaks. In fact, itís a good home base for exploring upstate New York in general. From here, youíre within range of many New York regions, from the Adirondacks to the Finger Lakes.
Lowville itself is a town on the banks of Mill Creek River. With a population of about 3,500, itís a good place to start your search for a vacation rental. Roughly speaking, Lowville lies between the foothills of the Adirondacks and the Tug Hill Plateau. Itís surrounded by a cluster of 6 state forests to the west and the Adirondack Park to the east.
So, if youíre looking into a vacation rental in Lowville, what can you do? Aside from the usual Adirondack activities of skiing, hiking, and the like, you can do some serious exploring. Hereís whatís nearby:
Sackets Harbor, on the shores of Lake Ontario, is 35 miles to the east.
Syracuse, home of Syracuse Hancock International Airport, is 85 miles south.
Ottawa, capital of Canada and one of OntarioĎs large cities, is 3 hours north.
Albany, capital of New York, is about 2.5 hours south.
Alexandra Bay and the Thousand Island region of New York is an hour north.
The start of the Finger Lakes region is about 1.5 hours to the west.