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The Adirondacks: A guide to a summer in the outdoors

May 30, 2012
Adirondack Daily Enterprise

Welcome to the Adirondack Park. At 6 million acres, roughly the size of Vermont, this park is unlike any other in the world. It is a patchwork of public and private land, dotted with pristine lakes and rivers, mountains and valleys, and communities brimming with down-to-earth mountain hospitality.?

Forget your worries in a Westport chair on Lake Champlain, a lean-to on West Canada Lake or a guideboat on the Saranac River. Discover the region's heritage at museums, historic sites and Olympic venues. Explore the natural world on backcountry trails and in nature centers. And rediscover your youth at amusement parks, on scenic train rides and by splashing the time away in cool Adirondack lakes. Summer. This is your time to relax. Make it safe, make it fun, make it Adirondack. ?

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(Enterprise file photo — Mike Lynch)



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