Year-round fun for the whole family
Tupper Lake's pretty beaches and sprawling parks make it easy for families to enjoy the great outdoors, all year long. Discover the fun of playing in the snow together, sledding down a hill, exploring a waterfront playground, and splash all day long at a sunny beach.
In summer, Waterfront Park is home to the Summer Sunset Concert Series, is a great place for a bike ride, fishing, and enjoying the Little Loggers Playground, while Little Wolf Beach is a secluded spot perfect for swimming and family picnics.
The snows of winter offer ice fishing, sledding, room for snowball fights, and learning to cross-country ski. Special events throughout winter offer extra fun, too!
There is a lot to see and do!
When you are in Tupper Lake you are standing in the middle of our biggest attraction: the Adirondack Mountains. From breathtaking vistas to endless outdoor recreation, train rides on historic tracks to bike rides through town, the range of attractions in and around Tupper Lake are guaranteed to not disappoint.
A natural science hub in the heart of the Adirondacks
Tupper Lake is the home to two unique and inspiring natural science centers: The Wild Center and The Adirondack Sky Center & Observatory. These state-of-the-art attractions will have you interacting with the Adirondacks in a whole new way as you learn about the world around — and above — you.
Plenty of indoor adventures
When you're not playing in the great outdoors of Tupper Lake, you'll find some enticing attractions indoors! The Wild Center's indoor exhibits offer thrilling education with Adirondack flair, the otters are always looking for more visitors. Looking for unique handcrafted gifts, or a chair completely crafted out of cross-country skis? Tupper Arts is a delightful art expo right in the center of town! And if you're ready to show off your bowling skills, head over to Lakeview Lanes and spend the day perfecting your strike. Find endless fun both outdoors and indoors when you come to Tupper Lake!