As we get closer to Thanksgiving and we start talking about getting ready for the holidays, holiday shopping is always a big topic of conversation. It can make us feel stressed and anxious as the holidays get closer and closer, wondering what to give the special people in our lives. If you are in the Tupper Lake region, Park Street is your one stop shop for everyone on your list, making holiday shopping a breeze! From handmade local goods to jewelry and gift certificates for spa services, there is without a doubt something for all.
New businesses have continued to set up shop on Park Street in Tupper Lake, creating a vibrant, friendly downtown for locals and visitors to shop, dine, discover, and enjoy a donut. As the summer winds down and the beautiful fall foliage disappears, most businesses change their hours, but remain open through the holiday shopping rush. It's time to shop!
With recent additions to Park Street like The Leather Artisan and Earth Girl Designs, Park Street has filled up with multiple shopping options. A longtime Adirondack staple, The Leather Artisan has relocated from Childwold to Park Street and carries all of their regular handmade leather goods, along with locally made goods from other artists.
Earth Girl Designs has opened a large store front on Park Street and is filling it with all of her nature-inspired, Adirondack-made designs featuring lovely gemstones and delicate touches. Be sure to stop in a few times between now and the holidays, as she is adding new items to her store daily.
Spruce & Hemlock and The Adirondack Store are staples on Park Street. Stop into Spruce & Hemlock and have a gift personally made, right in Tupper Lake. The Adirondack Store has beautiful home furnishings, cozy blankets, candles, and much, much more to offer. Stop by The Adirondack Store to see the most amazing Christmas wreath hung on the front of the building! It is larger than life, and a beautiful decoration for all who visit.
Whether you are shopping for family, kids, in-laws, or your partner, make Park Street your one stop shop!
Give the gift of relaxation
What do you get for the people that are hard to shop for? Gift certificates! And who doesn’t love getting a gift certificate for a massage or spa service? Seasons on Park promotes the comfort of staying warm and relaxed every season of the year. They offer tanning and salt therapy sessions. Relax in the salt therapy room and let all your worries wash away, or get a gift certificate for a session. This sounds like a great gift for a mom!
Mountain Bliss Massage and Woodland Massage, both on Park Street, offer the ultimate gift of relaxation through amazing massages. There is no better way to unwind after all the hustle and bustle of the holidays, other than with a gift certificate for relaxing massage. Stop in to see either Jocelyn or Kristin to personalize your special gift!
If you are looking for something to bring to a house as a guest, order a gorgeous bouquet or centerpiece from Trillium Gift Shop & Florist or Cabin Fever before you go. Pick up a little gift to go with it! Both of these flower shops have unique gift shops with everything you can think of and plenty more!
You are bound to get hungry while you are out shopping. Good thing we have you covered! With multiple places to stop and eat/drink while you are on your shopping mission, you will be refueled and ready to do it all over again. Spruce & Hemlock bakery has recently opened, and we can't walk by without stopping to grab something sweet. They are open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at 8 a.m. The deliciousness is something that you have to experience for yourself, words don't do it justice.
You could always gift the gift of food this year, so why not pick up a gift card from a local eatery while you are out? Tupper Lake has excellent restaurants to suit a variety of tastes.
No matter what you are looking for, we’ve got it. Check out Park Street for your holiday shopping this year. Get a jump on shopping during Small Business Saturday and discover all the amazing deals our local businesses are giving! Have fun!
Note: Most of our businesses are locally owned and operated, so we recommend checking Facebook or calling to make sure they are open before visiting. See you soon!