The Adirondacks include more than 100 communities, many of them situated on the shores of lakes. Plan your trip carefully so you know where you want to visit while you're in the area.
- Blue Mountain Lake: This tiny town sits in the western region of the Adirondacks. Visitors can go to the city's museum, arts center and the lake to enjoy the view.
- Keeseville: Located in the northern region of the Adirondack Mountains, Keeseville sits near the Ausable Chasm, commonly called the Grand Canyon of the Adirondacks. You'll find dining and lodging amenities in Keeseville.
- Glens Falls: In the southern region lies Glens Falls, dating back to 1763 as Wing's Falls. Glens Falls has a theater, a museum and a civic center that hosts many events.