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Road Trip Through the Adirondacks

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Photo: Jessica Schwartzberg

New York’s largest state park seems to go on forever. But the south-central area—with its petite mountains and high-end camps—is easily explored in three days.

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Hotels (3)

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    Friends Lake Inn

    You’ll find the right degree of rustic chic at this 17-room inn, nestled deep in Adirondack woods on the shores of the serene Friends Lake. Curl up

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    Hedges

    Stay the night at the informal fishing camp–style lodge.

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    Fern Lodge

    Stay at this updated waterfront wilderness-style retreat.

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    Café Sarah

    Perfect for a freshly made panino.

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    Friends Lake Inn Restaurant

    The restaurant is known for its farm-to-table menu and 18,000-plus-bottle wine cellar.

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Activities (4)

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    Blue Mountain Outfitters

    Have walking guide Ernie La Prairie take you out in his wooden rowboat for an island picnic. Last stop: the outfitter’s store, which stocks heavenl

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    Adirondack Museum

    Embark on a Gilded Age expedition here for exhibitions of the region’s history: logging, boating, and handmade furniture. Pick up lunch at the muse

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    Great Camp Sagamore

    The Vanderbilts’ fairy-tale lodge.

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    Great Camp Santanoni

    Spend the the afternoon exploring this 1892 estate on Newcomb Lake that’s accessible by foot, bike, or horse-drawn wagon. You’ll see one of the Hig

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