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Things to do in Saranac Lake
Explore the wonders of Saranac Lake with a direct flight from Cape Air.
Named after the Upper, Middle and Lower Lakes, Saranac Lake is a quaint village nestled in the Adirondacks. With a steady rotation of live music, eclectic art, and decadent dining, downtown Saranac Lake offers the perfect getaway for those looking to enjoy Upstate New York in all its splendor.
Flying to Saranac Lake:
Adirondack Regional Airport (SLK) is located 4 miles northwest of the business district of Saranac Lake. Cape Air provides fast, direct flights to Saranac Lake from our Northeast hub at Boston’s Logan International Airport.
Tips for planning your perfect Saranac Lake vacation:
Enjoy the natural beauty of the Adirondacks. Lower Saranac Lake offers an abundance of outdoor activity from canoeing, kayaking, birdwatching, hiking and biking.
Plan a group trip to Mt. Pisgah Ski & Recreation Area. Open to everyone, Mt. Pisgah has Adirondack trails for all levels of skill, meaning the whole family can join in the fun!
Heritage tours at the Lake Clear Lodge. This 131 year old living museum is immersed in a historical 25 acre Great Camp setting of wooded x-country and snowshoeing trails leading visitors to mesmerizing mountain-lake sunsets on a secluded beach.
Head out for a stroll. The lovely Saranac Lake Riverwalk (3 miles round trip) encourages a stroll through town along a brick-paved path beside the Saranac River.
Grab a bite or night’s stay at historic Hotel Saranac. For nearly 100 years, Hotel Saranac has been a landmark of downtown and is home to some delectable fare and craft cocktails as well as salon and spa.
Explore amongst the ice. In the winter months visitors of Saranac Lake can partake in the annual – and historic – Winter Carnival which also includes construction of an intricate and equally beautiful Ice Palace. Many noteworthy architects have had a hand at designing and each year, the Palace rises proudly by the shore of Lake Flower.
Saranac Lake travel tips:
Regardless of the time of year, visitors should consider renting a car at the airport to allow yourself the freedom to see the whole region, from Baker Mountain to Lake Placid’s Olympic Village.
Explore the natural wonder of the Adirondack region by booking a direct flight to Saranac Lake with Cape Air!