Immersive Adk Trail

Immersive Adk Trail

Don’t just see it, do it!

The best way to experience the Adirondacks is to interact with it, and there are a lot of ways to do just that. Immerse yourself in history, make some art, or learn about the flora and fauna the region — it’s all waiting along this adventure-filled trail.

Immersive Adk Trail



Immersive Adk Trail Itinerary

Abanakee StudiosIndian Lake

Route 28(518) 648-5013

Abanakee Studios is located in a turn-of-the-century barn on Lake Abanakee. You will enjoy browsing a variety of antiques and special gifts in our barn. We also hold summer workshops on our beautiful deck, which overlooks the lake. Open every day in the summer. Open weekends in the fall through Columbus Day.

Great Camp SagamoreRaquette Lake

Sagamore Road(315) 354-5311 ext: 21

Welcome to Great Camp Sagamore in the Adirondacks at Raquette Lake, NY. Our 27 authentic National Historic Landmark designated buildings were the wilderness estate of the Vanderbilt family from 1901-1954. We are open to the public for accommodations and tours from Memorial Day until mid-October. Be sure to check our availability for a relaxing weekend, retreat, family event or a Road Scholar course. Our Grands Camp sessions in summer are nationally acclaimed. Dedicated to the enjoyment of...

Adirondack Experience, The Museum on Blue Mountain LakeBlue Mountain Lake

9097 Route 30(518) 352-7311

New Season, New Name, New Experiences   NOTICE: the museum will be closed for the 2020 season. Please visit the museum website for unique online offerings, including virtual tours and educational activities.   The newly renamed Adirondack Experience, The Museum on Blue Mountain Lake is open for its 60th season, offering the most immersive and diverse visitor experience in its six decades.   Perched on 121 sprawling acres overlooking stunning Blue Mountain Lake, the...

The Wild CenterTupper Lake

45 Museum Drive(518) 359-7800

Three years running, The Wild Center was named the People’s Choice top attraction in the Adirondacks by the readers of Adirondack Life. To top it all off, The Wild Center’s Wild Walk, a trail across the treetops, has opened to rave reviews. It’s all part of an outdoor and indoor experience on 81-acres that’s earned praise from around the world for how it lets visitors of all ages get closer to the natural world. The Wild Center has a 54,000-square-foot indoor space,...