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Trip to the Adirondacks

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I originally posted this topic under the title "Camping in the Adirondacks" but since we are not set on camping (we are open to any type of accommodations) I thought I should repost under the title "Trip to the Adirondacks".

My husband and I are interested in visiting the Adirondack region in early September for 5-6 days. We enjoy the mountains, hiking, road trips, and of course the lakes. Ideally, it would be great to find a place to use as a base where we can visit both mountain areas and also lake areas.

Do you know of an area in the region that would be a point where we could go and do both? We are not picky about whether it is a camping area, a lodge, a cabin, a B&B, or a resort hotel.

Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated!
MAR

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