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Vacation Rental Price Information in Lake Placid
This graph displays average prices of the vacation rentals and holiday apartments located in Lake Placid. $535 is the highest price average in the next twelve months. You can find some of the best deals during a week of May (5/25 - 6/1). It is the cheapest week of the next 12 months.
Rental Availability Information in Lake Placid
Check how busy Lake Placid is with our availability graph. So far, the week with the least available rentals in Lake Placid is in July (7/28 - 8/4). People tend to travel less to Lake Placid during a week in September (9/22 - 9/29) when only 11% of the rentals are booked.
The Weather in Lake Placid
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 77° On the contrary, the coolest month is January. August is the driest month.
Enjoy a fun vacation in Lake Placid with convenient vacation homes
Located in the Adirondack Mountains, Lake Placid is a quaint little village in Essex County, New York. Choose from vacation rentals like cozy cabins, picturesque town houses, or simple cottages. The locals also run green vacation homes with lakeside retreats, resorts and inns that treat natural resources responsibly.
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Visitors will not be disappointed in the food options in Lake Placid as it houses some of the finest restaurants that cater to every culinary desire - from conventional American dishes to gourmet cuisine.
Visit The View Restaurant which uses locally-sourced produce. Caffe Rustica is a Mediterranean restaurant with a rustic oven operated by wood fire serving wholesome pizzas, sandwiches and salads.
Lake Placid's trademark events
One of the unique events held at Lake Placid is the Annual Tastes of Maple which is a tasting fiesta with many eateries sampling food and presenting their best version of maple syrup. Participants vote for a winner for the maple syrup tasting competition every year.
Lake Placid also offers a unique way to ring in the New Year. The Skate Into New Year party is organized on the last day of every year at 10:30 pm till midnight. It is a friendly get-together skating party taking place on the Olympic Speed Skating Oval.
Sights not to miss in Lake Placid
This range stands out as a distinctive landmark in the landscape with Mount Marcy being the highest mountain reaching a peak of 5,344 feet. This outdoor paradise with its expansive and pristine beauty inspires visitors to be one with nature.
Whiteface Mountain is a ski fanatic’s haven as it offers trails with the grandest vertical drops. It has staged Olympic events regularly with many national heroes treading the same path down the trails to ultimate glory.
Lake Placid Olympic Ski Jumping Complex
This complex consists of two unique ski jumping towers that are 300 and 400 feet in height. It was built for the 1980 Winter Olympic Games held in Lake Placid. Open throughout the year, it gives visitors a chance to witness the panoramic view from the jumper’s perspective before they take off.
Mirror Lake is a calm and serene lake bordering the town of Lake Placid. The name reflects the quiet ambience and the mirror-like reflection formed in the waters. Only paddle boats are allowed on the lake, and there is a 2.7 mile long trail lined with bricks for leisurely walks.
John Brown Farm State Historic Site
This historic landmark site is the resting place of legendary abolitionist John Brown who supported and fought hard for freedom from slavery in the 19th century. The farm is accessible to the public and has recently celebrated its 100th anniversary as a State Historic Site.
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