Northern New York State

June 1, 2018

This map displays the northern part of the country's third most populous state at 18,976,500. Interstate 87 affords easy access to Vermont, Massachusetts, and the Canadian provinces of Quebec and Ontario. The four largest cities are Albany, Schenectady, and Syracuse, Utica.

Visit Northern New York's parks, rivers and lakes. It's a haven for a variety of outdoor recreation. Hike some of the nation's largest hiking trail systems, through mountain summits to grand waterfalls and then deep into vast forest glades. Canoe, kayak, swim or fish over 3,000 ponds and lakes plus 1,500 miles of rivers. Also, for the less enthusiastic, there's top-ranked resorts and spas or outfitted campgrounds. Our detailed zoomable New York maps, plus our easy-to-use travel reservation system, give you everything you need to plan the perfect trip.

Adirondack Mountain - Lake Placid, Tupper Lake, Lake George, Saranac Lake, Ticonderoga, Warrensburg Lake Champlain - Keeseville, Plattsburgh
Copperstown - Major Baseball Hall of Fame
Saratoga Springs - Nineteenth century charm, Saratoga National Historic Park
Great Sacandaga Lake - Adirondack's best kept secret for easy access boating and fishing

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