As with most Adirondack towns, Tupper Lake offers a treasured lifestyle for those who love the great outdoors. Located at the crossroads of the Adirondack Park, this town includes picturesque hiking trails, naturally pristine lakes and a quaint town waiting for memories to be made. Like other mountainous areas in the region, summertime is a breeze of fresh air and fun with activities such as boating, hiking, fishing, biking, and more. Local rivers and gorges offer hours of whitewater fun and can be experienced spring through fall. And if you’re unsure of where to go, or what to do, there are many local Adirondack Guides that are willing to make sure that you have all of the knowledge you need to make your time spent in the area the greatest that it can be.
In the wintertime, Tupper Lake charges to life with ski and snow activities like ice fishing, snowshoeing, cross country skiing and downhill skiing or snowboarding at Big Tupper Mountain Ski Area, which recently re-opened after a 10-year hiatus as a non-profit ski center.
Also located in Tupper Lake is The Wild Center, which is located on an 81-acre site with walking trails and a museum for viewing special species, exhibits and programs that are native to the Adirondack Park. The center recently opened up the new Wild Walk, an 850-foot path of sky bridges that allows you to view the park from the treetops.
Whether you’re looking for a place to spend time with your family on vacation, or looking to take up residence in a place that offers year-long outdoor activities, Tupper Lake is the perfect gateway to the Adirondack Lifestyle you may want to live.