The Adirondack region of Northern New York is an historic vacation destination. Just four hours north of New York City, The Adirondack Park is the largest natural wilderness area in the Eastern United Sates. Covering six million acres, this region is larger than Yellowstone, Yosemite, Great Smokies, Glacier and Grand Canyon national parks combined. The Village of North Creek is centrally located in the Gore Mountain Lake George region and is the perfect location from which to set off and explore the wonders of the entire Adirondack Park, be it in the winter, summer spring or fall.
North Creek is stepped in history. It was here where Teddy Roosevelt learned that he had become President of the United States, at the North Creek Train Depot just across the street from The Copperfield. It is also home tof Gore Mountain and the North Creek Ski Bowl, one of the first ski centers in the country. Just minutes from The Copperfeld, Gore offers some of the best downhill and cross country skiing in the Northeast.
In addtion to skiing in the winter there are also many trails for snowshoeing or snowmobiling nearby. And the many local lakes and ponds are also great for ice fishing. In the Spring, Summer and Fall, the North Creek area is also a popular destination for hiking, biking, golfing, white water rafting, canoeing and other water sports.
And for more relaxed activities you can hop on- board the Saratoga & North Creek Railroad tourist train for an excursion down along the Hudson River or stroll down Main Street and visit the many quaint shops.
Start planning your Adirondack vacation at The Copperfield today. Check out our rooms and suites or give us a call at 1-877-235-1466.