The area boasts with trails to hike, mountain biking and road biking. Indian Lake is known as the whitewater rafting capitol of New York with abundant spring rafting and limited summer rafting. The area has many lakes, ponds and rivers to canoe, fish or swim in. The Park is located in the middle of Three lakes, just a short distance away. There are 11 lakes within a 15 mile radius.
For Musical concerts, theatre performances, art exhibits, and classes for children and adults in painting, pottery, woodworking and more, visit The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts (schedule of events available in the campstore).
To learn more about the Adirondack Mountains — The Adirondack Museum in Blue Mountain is perhaps the finest privately owned endowed museum in the US. Allow at least four hours for a tour of both indoor and outdoor exhibits.
The W.W. Durant, a 60' double deck cruiser on Raquette Lake offers several scenic excursions, narrated, some with lunch or dinner — a highly recommended trip!
For a touch of local history, The Indian Lake Museum has limited hours but is an interesting place to visit.
There is also a very fine golf course in Indian Lake. Cedar River Golf Course has 9 holes plus a driving range and is just a short distance from the Park.
Indian Lake Theater is a non-profit multi-purpose community center, a space for the same great movies that have been showing for years, plus community theater, concerts, and other special events.
Indian Lake is home of the Cowsills famous recording of "Indian Lake" the place you should be. Located in the Central Adirondacks, Indian Lake is home to 200 plus miles of hiking trails, many lakes, ponds, and streams to enjoy. Rafting trips, golf, arts, theatre, fine restaurants, biking, small shops, and beautiful peace and quiet to relax and rejuvenate so leave your tensions behind and come experience a true Adirondack Adventure.
The Adirondack Museum's vast campus features displays in 22 modern exhibition galleries and historic buildings. There are lush grounds and sweeping views. The exhibitions tell the unique story of the Adirondacks and its people. You will explore topics ranging from boating to logging, and there are plenty of indoor and outdoor activities for kids, too.
Built in 1938, the historic theater today hosts quality films and community theatre groups, who have packed the house with productions such as Little Women, Annie, Hello Dolly and others. Community and school events and taped in operas are featured as well. They are open year round.