New York Area Attractions
Akwesasne Mohawk Casino is a Native American Casino in Hogansburg, New York. Open everyday, all day! Our casino features 1,580 gaming machines and twenty table games, as well as three restaurants.
Ausable Chasm, trails, hiking, rafting through the Adirondack Forest is a wonderful place to step back in time as you walk the nature trails in the primeval Adirondack Forest.
Almanzo Wilder Home in beautiful Burke, NY was the home of “Farmer Boy” on a farm 3.5 miles from town.
Franklin County Historical Society and Museum was originally constructed as a part of Andrew Carnegie’s library construction program and captures the spirit and history of Franklin County.
Malone Golf Club, in 1987 celebrated golf architect Robert Trent Jones transformed the Malone Golf Club into a world-class 36-hole golf course. Taking the best elements of the existing Malone 18-hole course, Jones added his unique design and challenge. Golf Magazine had this to say about the final product, “The result was 36 outstanding holes with irrigated fairways, bent grass greens and gleaming white sand bunkers”.
Paul Smith’s VIC. The 3,000 acre Paul Smith’s College VIC (Visitor Interpretive Center) in Paul Smith’s New York, offers a wide variety of free and fee-based educational programs throughout the ear. The VIC’s 25 miles of trails, including 6 miles of interpretive nature trials, showcase the natural beauty of the Adirondack Mountains.
The Wild Center. Explore The Wild Center and its new Wild Walk — an elevated trail across the Adirondack treetops. Find new ways to connect with nature through outdoor experiences like iForest and guided canoe trips, and explore a 54,000 square foot museum with live animals and hands on everything.
Whiteface Mountain is the Home of the 1980 Winter Olympics and dedicated to the Army’s 10th Mountain Division, Whiteface Mountain Resorted opened in 1958 and is one of the High Peaks of the Adirondacks in Wilmington, NY.
Santa’s Workshop where the magic of Christmas comes alive again when you visit Santa Claus at his home and workshop in North Pole, New York, an alpine village nestled on the side of Whiteface Mountain. Arto Monaco, the forerunner of present day theme parks in the US, designed Santa’s Workshop in 1949!
Adirondack Carousel: The Adirondack Carousel officially opened its doors in 2012 in Saranac Lake. It is housed in a 3,600 square foot pavilion that includes gallery, workshop and classroom space. Twenty-four handcrafted wildlife animals and a wheelchair-accessible chariot grace the Carousel. Local artists and carvers and countless volunteers have created this unique attraction that was truly “built with community hands”.