Say "I do" in the Adirondacks
An Adirondack wedding has everything a couple dreams about and more. From casual or classic by the lakeside or on a mountaintop, to rustic chic at a gorgeous beachside resort, the mountains offer an impressive combination of spectacular settings. Our charming Adirondack hospitality will leave you and your guests with memories for a lifetime.
Put the "destination" into your destination wedding
Set against the breathtaking backdrop of Adirondack Mountain peaks, endless bodies of crystal clear water and enough green to make anyone envious, a destination wedding in the Adirondacks is the perfect place for your upcoming nuptials. But we know that if you are planning a destination wedding you are looking for more than just a beautiful setting. After all, you and your guests are putting in the effort to travel, so what will the destination provide you in return? What will you and your wedding guests do before and after the big "I do?"
This is where the 6-million-acres of fun comes into play. Yes, the Adirondack Park offers all the traditional activities like scenic tours, rounds of golf and unique attractions, but we are guessing that you are looking to add something that sets your wedding apart! Think about incorporating some of these unique opportunities to your wedding weekend itinerary:
- Take your guest on an adrenaline packed whitewater rafting trip.
- Indulge your senses with a gourmet dinner & historic cruise aboard the W.W. Durant in Raquette Lake, NY.
- Schedule a group skiing, hiking, or paddling trip and give your guests a unique perspective of your wedding destination.
- Enjoy a scenic horseback riding tour or seaplane ride.
The trail to adventure simply never ends when you plan a destination wedding in the Adirondacks.
Your Adirondack Wedding Resource Guide
The Adirondacks offers a unique variety of wedding venues, reception locations, florists, bakeries and more. Why not plan a scouting vacation to the region this season? You can chalk it up to research for your perfect destination wedding in the Adirondacks.