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From New York City and the Capital Region (from the south)
Take the New York Thruway (I-90) to Albany. In Albany take Route 87 north to Exit 23. At the exit, turn left toward Warrensburg. Bear right onto US 9, then turn left onto Route 28. Continue on 28 to Blue Mountain Lake. At the stop sign turn right onto 28N. In Long Lake, turn left onto Route 30 and follow it for 22 miles to Tupper Lake.
From Syracuse and Watertown (from the west)
Take Route 3 east to Tupper Lake. Yup, it's really that easy!
From Ottawa, Ontario (from the north)
Take Highway 416 south to International Bridge and Ogdensburg, New York. Turn right on Route 37 and follow it for a short distance before turning left onto Route 68. Follow Route 68 through Canton and into the village of Colton, where you'll take a right on Route 56. Continue on Route 56 to the junction with Route 3. Turn left and continue on Route 3 (heading east) to Tupper Lake.
From Burlington, Vermont and Plattsburgh, New York (from the east)
Take the ferry to Plattsburgh. Go straight on Route 374. Just west of Plattsburgh, connect with Route 3 (west). Follow to Saranac Lake, and continue through Saranac Lake village to a traffic light at Lake Flower. Turn right on Route 3 and continue to Tupper Lake.
From Utica (from the southwest)
Take Route 28 north through Old Forge, Inlet, and Raquette Lake to the junction of Route 30 north in Blue Mountain Lake. Follow Route 30 north through Long Lake and into Tupper Lake.
Have an electic car?
No worries. We have three different locations in town with car charging stations. Check out the Faust Motel and Shaheen's Adirondack Inn, which both offer charging stations for Teslas and generic electric cars. Other charging locations are available at The Wild Center.
Fly into the Adirondack Regional Airport in Lake Clear. When you get there, there are multiple modes of transportation. Rent a car and make the 30 minute drive to Tupper Lake. There are also car and driver services, along with Uber and Lyft available.