Enjoy a day driving down the scenic roads of the Champlain Valley while sampling the Adirondack Coast's finest wines, including award-winning apple and cold weather grape wines. If you don’t want to drive, try our new Adirondack Coast Wine Trail by cycle, which leads cyclists to seven local wineries and cider houses on quiet roads that offer great views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains.
Get a true taste of the Adirondack Coast by visiting one of our many delicious local dining establishments or one of our many apple orchards, sugar houses, local farmers' markets, or roadside stands.
In late September and early October, trees along the Adirondack Coast come aglow, showcasing vibrant shades of orange, red and yellow. This is primetime for leaf peepin'!
With apple blossoms in the spring, U-pick berries in the summer, and wagon rides in the Fall, Rulfs Orchard offers a plethora of activities allowing your group to fully immerse itself in the Adirondack Coast's agricultural way of life. Take a peek at just a few of the activities your group can take advantage of at Rulfs Orchard!
Looking for some stop over ideas on your route through the Adirondacks? Plattsburgh, NY has an ideal location right off of New York's I-87, which runs directly through the Adirondack region connecting us to our New York City friends to the South and to our Canadian neighbors to the North.
From fresh, quality New York State maple syrup to letters signed by U.S. presidents and experiencing the largest McIntosh apple orchard in the world, this Adirondack Coast town packs a punch when it comes to unique things to do. Check out some of the Chazy stops you can make on your next group trip to the Adirondack Coast!
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