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Unlimited Golf Package
Stay and Golf at the Whiteface Club and Resort
The Adirondack Elopement Package
Say "I Do" in Style
Summer Event Calendar
Stay up to date on everything that is happening in Lake Placid and the Mirror Lake Inn during your stay. From “Live Music” to Yoga, keep in touch with our event calendar updated daily.
From local walks to the 46 High Peaks and everything in between, hiking in the Adirondacks is time honored tradition that will take you to some of America’s most scenic spots.
The past several years have seen a renaissance in Lake Placid’s mountain biking scene. With over 100 miles (and counting) of purpose built trails, there is a trail for all ability level right out our front door.
With 2,800 lakes, 1,500 miles of rivers and 30,000 miles of brooks; the Adirondack Park has no shortage of fishing opportunities. Whether you fly fish, spin fish or enjoy tossing a bobber with a worm, you can expect to encounter a wide variety of fish species while surrounded by pristine wilderness and unmatched tranquility. Take your experience to the next level by hiring a local guide.
Lake Placid has an intimate relationship with the arts and artists who have used the region to find inspiration and revel in the area’s natural beauty. Experience the legacy of “Art in the Adirondacks” during your stay!
Museums and Attractions
The North Country plays host to a number of museums and must see attractions specific to this special area. Explore geologic wonders, revel in local history and experience the ecology that makes this region so unforgettable.
Family Fun and Entertainment
There is not shortage of fun for all ages in the Lake Placid region. Whether it’s a horseback trail ride, zip lining or some good old fashioned mini-golf; we have you covered.
Celebrate the culinary wonders of the Adirondacks. Explore farmer’s markets, experience local farms or take in a cooking class; all within a short drive of town.
No trip to the Lake Placid region is complete without a tour of the 1932 and 1980 Olympic Venues. Walk in the footsteps of the world greatest winter athletes and you feel the thrill, energy and inspiration of these hallowed grounds.
Personal Training with Olympic Gold Medalist Andrea Henkel Burke
Train with Andrea Henkel Burke, a former biathlete who has won two Olympic Gold Medals, one Silver and one Bronze.
The Whiteface Club and Resort
Sister property to the Mirror Lake Inn, the Whiteface Club and Resort offers an 18-Hole Championship Golf Course, 6 Har-Tru Tennis Courts and 2 Restaurants. **Enquire at the Mirror Lake Inn Front Desk about exclusive rates and packages**
Get outside and get healthy
A new report on the website NewScientist.com may have inadvertently been talking about life in the Adirondacks: get outside and get healthy.
Discover the Beauty of Whiteface Club and Resort's Golf Course
Maybe it’s the length of season, or lack thereof, but golf in the far reaches of Upstate New York has long been underplayed and misunderstood. With a season that gets underway around May 1 and usually packs up its tees, fairways and greens by late October, we completely get the misrepresented logic…
Andrew Weibrecht: Updating the family man, Olympian
Andrew Weibrecht is best known to the world as a solid family man, a person giving of his time, an Olympic silver and bronze medalist, avid outdoorsman and having grown up in Lake Placid, one of the village’s greatest fans.
Touring via foot and bike in Lake Placid
One of the beauties of living and vacationing in Lake Placid is the ability to go touring. Without cars.
Ironman Lake Placid, July 2023
Participants in the annual Ironman Lake Placid race have learned not to be fooled by the beautiful scenery on these competition courses in Upstate New York…
Golf, Tennis, Weddings and Boating
An early blast of summer weather in mid-April has allowed the Whiteface Club and Resort in Lake Placid– Opens in a new tab to open its storied golf course in early May.
Lake Placid in Spring
With each passing week in Upstate New York, winter drifts further from view as spring temps rise and introduce a new set of activities in the Lake Placid region.