2125 Saranac Ave.
Lake Placid, NY 12946
Phone: (518) 523-9555
Fax: (518) 523-4765
The Herb Brooks Arena (formerly known as the Olympic Center) is where one of ice hockey's greatest moments took place. The arena was home to the USA vs. USSR match at the 1980 Olympics and the USA pulled off one of the biggest upsets of the games. After Brooks' death in 2003, the Olympic Center was renamed in his honor. The impressive facility is composed of four skating rinks and hosts a variety of events throughout the year at this 7700-seat venue.
Tour the maple syrup production and then try some while you are at this field station that has a sugar bush of approximately 4,000 taps, as well as over 200 acres of forest which provide an outdoor laboratory for the study of forest management and health.
This world-renowned track is where top-class athletes hurtle along the mountain at break-neck speed in the hopes of setting a new record. Mount Van Hoevenberg Olympic Bobsled Run is a top-notch facility that has played host to bobsleigh, luge and skeleton competitions in the 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympics. If the adrenalin rush of watching athletes zoom past you is too hard to resist, you can even experience what its like with an actual bobsleigh ride with a professional.
Visit the mountain retreat of the famous author who called the Saranac area his "Little Switzerland in the Adirondacks."
The library serves the greater Saranac Lake Community with Internet access, children's programs, art shows, the Charles Dickert Memorial Wildlife Museum, and the William Chapman White Adirondack Research Center.
A full-size, handcrafted carousel housed in a year-round pavilion with space for programs and special events.
Enjoy horseback riding, children's summer camp, winter sleighrides, and snowmobile rentals at this popular ranch.
Enjoy local art, quilt shows and crafts in this historic library.
Camp Santanoni, also known as Santanoni Preserve, has a longstanding history. A former private estate, this sprawling landscape is now under the jurisdiction of the the state of New York. The camp had almost 45 buildings, all of which residential. The state has now turned this site into a National Historic Landmark. Camp Santanoni was considered to be one of the grandest among the 35 Adirondack camps.