Visit the North Country
North of the Adirondacks and just south of the Canadian border, there's a busy little city that's a great jump-off point for a northern New York adventure. Sure, there's shopping and dining here, but now that fall is fast approaching let's talk about the countless opportunities to enjoy the abundant foliage, whether you hike, paddle, bike, or drive.
The Salmon River runs right through Malone, providing opportunities for fishing and paddling. Nearby, there are easy hiking trails to explore, and for those who want to appreciate nature without getting their boots dirty the Adirondack Trail Scenic Byway --188 picturesque miles of road that twist and turn through the center of the Adirondacks -- starts here. For a taste of history, don't miss the Almanzo Wilder Farm. The property was the boyhood home of Almanzo, who married Little House on the Prairie author Laura Ingalls Wilder.
And don't forget our fall festivals. Oktoberfest at Titus Mountain combines the best of the season: scenic leaf peeping, fun for all ages with games for kids, good traditional German food, live music, and beer. Check out the other festivals that we have to offer here.
Shopping and relaxation
We love outdoor activities, but the fun in Malone doesn't stop where nature ends. Our shopping centers will keep you browsing for hours, or you can check out our casino and take in a show. Everyone needs to kick back and relax sometimes, and our array of lodging properties provide that opportunity.