- TripBuzz found 42 things to do with kids in or near Lake Placid, New York, including 19 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Saranac Lake and Wilmington.
- From Olympic Ski Jump Complex to Boots & Birdies Miniature Golf, the Lake Placid area offers 61 different types of family activities, including: Golf, Hiking Trails, Historic Sites and Cross-Country Skiing.
- A small village in the Adirondack Mountains, Lake Placid, NY is located less than an hour south-west of Plattsburgh. Lake Placid is a prime location for a number of winter sports and recreation activities, which is why it has earned the honor of hosting two winter Olympics, a Winter Universiade, and the Goodwill Games.
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Whiteface Mountain H, Wilmington, NY 12997 MoreLess Info
Located, fittingly, in North Pole, New York, Santa's Workshop at North Pole is an amusement park with a Christmas theme. Aimed primarily at younger children, the park offers a variety of whimsical entertainments.
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125 County Route 46, Saranac Lake, NY 12983 MoreLess Info
The Saranac Inn Golf & Country Club is a 6,631 yard golf course designed by architect Seymour Dunn, and has a reputation for being particularly difficult. The Saranac also maintains a small 10-unit motel and a golf shop.
Even though it is a small two screen cinema, the Oldham Theater is one of the oldest movie theaters in the area. It normally shows popular first-run Hollywood films with one being shown in the downstairs theater while the other is presented upstairs.
Located along a bluff in Ferrisburgh, the Button Bay State Park is composed of 253 acres. Camping is one of the most popular activities, but boating, fishing, and sailing are also conducted in the warmer months.
Visit the resort with panoramic views that were enjoyed by President's and business tycoons alike, Pine Bluff Golf Resort. Featuring golf and stay packages that include access to Lake Champlain, kayaking rentals, and other fine amenities.
The retail location of the Vermont Wildflower Farm is open from early May until early October every year. During this time, the gardens and woodlands are available for public viewing along with the purchasing of bulbs, gifts, and decorative items in the store.
Located at the waterside, the Vergennes Falls Park covers six and a half acres of land. The site has a system of walking paths, picnic areas, a boat launch, and areas for bank fishing that is relatively easy to reach from the main highway.
The historic National Museum of the Morgan Horse is a museum that is dedicated to preserving and displaying artifacts related to the history of the Morgan Horse. The museum is best known for the 'Lippit Exhibit'.