More than 100 towns and villages make their home within the Adirondack Park—the largest park in the lower 48 states-covering six-million pristine acres of mountains, lakes, rivers and valleys. There are eight Amtrak stations in the Adirondacks. Here's a sampling of what you'll find near them.

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Six Flags Great Escape introduces a new thrill ride this year: the Greezed Lightnin' roller coaster features a seven-story, 360-degree loop. The park has more than 135 rides, shows and attractions in all, as well as the seasonal water park, Splashwater Kingdom.



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The Hyde Collection | The Adirondacks | Glens Falls, NY | New York By Rail
 

The Hyde Collection in Glens Falls—a museum of Adirondack heritage combined with European decorative art and furnishings—undergoes renovations this year that will reopen the Whitney-Renz Gallery as an additional art display space.



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Fort Ticonderoga | The Adirondacks, NY | New York By Rail
 

It's 1777 again! Fort Ticonderoga is the only U.S. historic site that tells a new story every year. Staff will interpret American soldiers during the first half of the season, until the British capture on July 5. After that, British soldiers are portrayed.



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Depot Theatre | The Adirondacks | Port Henry, NY | New York By Rail
 

The  Depot Theatre, housed at the historic Westport train station, has an entertaining 38th season main stage line-up. Shows will include: Shout!—the Mod Musical, Outside Mullingar, Murder for Two, and The Glass Menagerie.



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Skene Manor | The Adirondacks | Port Kent, NY | New York By Rail
 

Skene Manor, a Victorian Gothic-style mansion, was built in 1874 by NYS Supreme Court Judge Joseph H. Potter. Today, visitors can enjoy tours of the historic mansion and lunch in the tea room.



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Exhibits at the Rogers Island Visitor Center in the Manhattan Center is a unique place to see a concert, theater production or comedy show. Built in 1906, the space features original architectural details, like it's elaborately painted ceiling.



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Iron Center Museum | The Adirondacks | Port Henry, NY | New York By Rail
 

The Iron Center Museum documents Port Henry's history as the largest pre-war producer of iron ore in the U.S. Originally a laboratory for testing iron ore, it's now part of the Railroad and Mining Heritage Park.




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Ausable Chasm | The Adirondacks, NY | New York By Rail
 

Ausable Chasm, the "Grand Canyon of the Adirondacks," is a two-mile sandstone gorge traversed by Ausable River. Activities include walking trails, tubing, rock climbing, mountain biking and a museum.




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Plattsburgh City Beach | The Adirondacks, NY | New York By Rail
 

With the 1.25 miles of shoreline, Plattsburgh City Beach is one of the largest freshwater beaches in the U.S. Rent a stand-up paddleboard, explore nature trails, join a game of beach volleyball or just enjoy Lake Champlain views.



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Alice T. Miner Museum | The Adirondacks | Chazy, NY | New York By Rail
 

The Alice T. Miner Museum in Chazy is a step back to the age of Colonial Revival. Guided Tours of the historic rooms highlight art, housewares and furniture from the 18th and 19th centuries, along with letters from American presidents.



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