Location, Location, Location

For starters, Malone is conveniently located just south of the Canadian border, at the top of New York's largest attraction: the Adirondacks. Enjoy access to the Park's best activites including The Wild Center, Ausable Chasm, and the Olympic Venues. Spend a day exploring and learning about the great outdoors at the Adirondack Park Visitor Interpretive Center. Or hop on the Adirondack Trail Scenic Byway to discover Malone's rich history. 

Step out of your door and into the past

Along the Adirondack Trail Scenic Byway, which starts in Malone and travels through the center of the Park, tour the Underground Railroad Site at the First Congregational Church of Malone (it was built in 1883 and is recognized by New York State as on of 24 sites designated as the Underground Railroad Heritage Trail), take the Architectural Heritage Walking Tour.

Malone has amazing history in its vintage architecture.

Explore the Almanzo Wilder Homestead (the original house introduced in the Little House books written by his wife, Laura Ingalls Wilder). Experience more of Malone's history at the Franklin Country Historical & Museum Society's House of History whose building dates back to 1863, along with William Wheeler home, and the Ballard Mill (now the local college, NCCC).

Some more favorites

Get outdoors and enjoy the Malone Memorial Recreation Park, High Falls Park, the Franklin County Fair, and take a swing at the Malone golf courses. Head west to nearby Akwesasne to view and learn about the Mohawk arts and artifacts at the Akwesasne Cultural Center Library & Museum. Or try your luck at the Akwesasne Mohawk Casino Resort, and catch a show.

At the end of your day find a place to stay. There are many great lodging options to choose from, and tons of tasty eateries

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