New York's Adirondack Park consists of over 6 million acres! With 2.6 million of those acres being State owned, it gives folks access to camp, hike, rock climb, bike,
paddle, swim, fish, hunt, ski and snowshoe, along with a multitude of other outdoor activities, and The Adirondacker covers them all, bringing them to you here in one nicely wrapped
This is a site designed for people to acquire information about "All Things Adirondack". While you're here check out our "Business List" for a heads up on some of what The Adirondacks has to offer before you visit! "Like" our Facebook page to share your experiences and photos from inside the park. We always look forward to reading about your stories of adventures and achievements, and seeing your beautiful photos that go along with them! Feel free to get involved with our Weekly Facebook Cover Photo Contest!
As we all know, The Adirondacks are a very special place, and deserve to be treated as such. One of our missions here at The Adirondacker is to educate the public on how to preserve and protect this treasure, we are so fortunate to enjoy, so future generations can do the same! When we are inside the blue line we are all Adirondackers!
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Go on a "Nature Walk" with Naturalist, Wildlife Filmmaker and Adirondack native Mark Fraser!
With each walk with Mark, your knowledge of the natural world around us will increase.
Learn about a wide variety of species and the habitat they call home, and why it is so
important to protect these fragile ecosystems.
Read an article, in our "Park History" section, written by the founder of The Adirondacker Charles Henry Eldridge, about his distant cousin, native Adirondacker and famous aviator Floyd Bennett. Learn how he became the first man to fly to the North Pole and how he should've been the first to fly across the Atlantic.
The Adirondacker Online Magazine supports Adirondack Small Businesses!
Check out our Adirondack Region's Business List! You'll find great places inside The Blue Line, as well as in the surrounding Foothills to stay, eat, visit and play, along with the fine works of an array of talented Adirondack Artisans.
Just click on an ad to be directed to their respective website.
If you would like to place an "affordable" ad for your business, contact us at email@example.com