Saranac Lake is not as tourist-oriented as its neighbor Lake Placid and gives a better idea of regular Adirondacks life. The town, built up in the early 20th century as a retreat for tuberculosis patients, has a lively old-fashioned main street leading towards the titular lake. Many other stretches of water pepper the surrounding forested hills, making this another great base for hiking, kayaking and canoeing.
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