Visit My Adirondacks

on Main Street
Nov. 29-Dec. 1

more info

Small Town
Big Spirit

more info


Central Adirondack Region


It is a welcome mat the size of the Adirondack Park that invites you to come and play in the Central Adirondack region, an area that stretches 70 miles from Forestport through Old Forge, to Indian Lake via Route 28 and Rt 30 to Long Lake.

Within 2 hours of the Adirondack gateways are International Airports in Syracuse, Albany and Plattsburgh, as well as access exits off 87, the Northway (North-South) and I-90, the NYS Thruway (East-West). Who would have dreamed the largest wilderness area east of the Mississippi is a 4-hour drive from midtown Manhattan?

What is happening in the Central Adirondacks...

  • 2019 Central Adirondack Vacation Planner

  • Snowmobile Raffle

    Snowmobile Raffles

  • Summer Bands

    Summer Concert Series

  • Central Adirondack Snowmobile Guide

    2017-2018 Preseason Snowmobile Guide

  • Antique Boat Show, Old Forge Lakefront

  • 90 Mile Canoe Classic


Our Signature Events


By mid-March many snowmobilers start putting away their sleds and start thinking about summer. Not in Old Forge, New York!


Adirondack Christmas on Main St

Come visiit the Old Forge and Inlet area during Thanksgiving weekend to kick off the holiday season with friends and family.



SNODEO Hiltebrant Recreation Center Pavilion, Old Forge. Newest snowmobile models on display.


Central Adirondack Association

In 1922, four men, John LeSure, Earl B. Barrett, Ben and Roy C. Higby recognized the need for business operators to discuss their affairs and create a common interest. The Central Adirondack Hotel Association was born.

About us

CAA service area extends from Forestport, along the Rt 28 corridor through Old Forge, Inlet, Raquette Lake, Blue Mountain Lake to Indian Lake and along Rt. 30 corridor to Long Lake. We encompass three counties (Onedia, Herkimer and Hamilton) and five townships (Forestport, Webb, Inlet, Indian Lake and Long Lake).

Subscribe to our mailing list

* indicates required

How to Join

Perhaps the most compelling reason for joining the CAA is you're signing up to be a team player in the Central Adirondack community.