Community Jumpstart

Adirondack Community Jumpstart

Whether we’re celebrating snow or relishing the warmth of summer, we’re all proud to be Adirondackers. We are proud of our communities, the places we love and share with family and friends. After so much time apart, we are ready!

  • READY to get out

  • READY to see one another again (even if it’s still from a safe distance)

  • READY to help jumpstart our communities

  • READY to once again experience all of the things that we love so much about the Adirondacks

Join the Community Jumpstart!

Over the last few months, Adirondack businesses have devoted a lot of time to adapting their businesses. Many had to figure out how to keep serving our communities under ever-changing circumstances, and though it was not easy and each business had its own challenges, Adirondack resilience shone through. Businesses that were able to stay open in modified ways helped support local economies in a crucial time, while businesses that were closed spent time enhancing their business so that when they could welcome people back, they were doing so better and safer than ever. 

Now, as the Adirondacks move forward through the phases of reopening, it’s time to start the Community Jumpstart and you can join in! Businesses throughout the Adirondacks have something special to help kick things off right and make this summer extra special and fun for everyone.

To learn more about offerings from participating businesses, click on the regional links below. You’ll find information on unique products, special offers, and beyond, from a diverse array of retail shops, restaurants, lodging properties, and experiences. If you’re in the neighborhood, look for community jumpstart signs in shop windows and stop in to learn more. This is a great time to support the Adirondacks!

Please follow the guidelines

Despite the gradual reopening of businesses, it is important that all residents and visitors continue to observe safe practices. We truly appreciate your help by taking these simple measures.

  • Wear a mask covering your nose and mouth in public areas where you are not more than six feet away from others.
  • Remain socially distant. Stay at least six feet away from others.
  • Wash your hands often and when you cannot, sanitize your hands
  • Respect capacity limits at businesses

For more information on what you can expect when traveling to the region, check out our Travel Updates page.