Explore the natural wonders along the Adirondack Coast. Adventure trails, rappelling tours, rafting trips and kayaking adventures lead travelers to some of the area’s most remote and picturesque sites.
“Welcome to the Adirondack Coast,” said Alyssa Felio, assistant director of tourism and marketing for the Adirondack Coast Visitors Bureau. “Beyond the picturesque views, historic attractions, farms, orchards and miles of beaches, you’ll find the thing for which we are most proud — our famous Adirondack hospitality. So contact me today to start planning your next group trip to the Adirondack Coast.”
Baggs’ Landing Paddlesports Centre
Begin the day at Baggs’ Landing Paddlesports Centre, a paddlesports center with tons of kayak, canoe and paddleboard rentals, as well as themed tours and lessons. Explore Lake Champlain, the Ausable Marsh State Wildlife area, the Bluff Point Lighthouse and some of the area’s best sand beaches only accessible by boat.
Get incredible views at Ausable Chasm. Well-groomed nature trails lead groups through the primeval Adirondack Forest past waterfalls, animalistic rock formations and caves. See the chasm from a different angle while embarking on a classic tour. Groups can take a scenic raft ride down the river through a maze of rocks.
North Star Underground Railroad Museum
Visit the North Star Underground Railroad Museum and learn the history of the Champlain Line. Exhibits tell stories of fugitives from slavery who passed through the area on their way to freedom. The museum offers step-on guides to tour actual stops along the line.
Visit the bakery at Rulfs Orchard in Peru. The bakery is stocked with fresh apple pies and cider doughnuts. Or wander through one of the many greenhouses. From U-pick apples and pumpkins in the fall to a variety of U-pick berries in the summer, this is a tasty stop to make.
Adirondack Coast Visitors Bureau