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Old Forge, NY

A friendly resort town in the heart of the central Adirondacks.

Photo of Old Forge, NY Old Forge, NY, a resort town northeast of Utica in the deeply-wooded central Adirondacks, has been catering to tourists and vacationers for a very long time. Indeed, Old Forge is a place where generation after generation come to spend their summers (and other seasons, for that matter). It may not be the prettiest town, nor the type of place to be seen, but perhaps that is the charm to Old Forge.

Photo of Old Forge, NY Old Forge is surrounded by deep woods, twisty rivers, and pristine lakes, making it an outdoor lover's paradise. Hiking, biking, boating, and, in the winter, snowmobiling and skiing are all big in Old Forge. And on rainy days, the town's rustic shops become a haven for people looking for unique Adirondack gifts. If you are looking for a quiet retreat from the rat race, Old Forge isn't a bad place to be.

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Resource Listings:
• Read about The Tavern, a burger joint and pub in Eagle Bay, NY that is featured on Boston's Hidden Restaurants, a Boston restaurant guide.
• Click here for information on Bed and Breakfasts in Old Forge.

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