The Lodge on Echo Lake brings new meaning to "Adirondack Chic". Nestled against the stunning backdrop of wooded pines and 35 acres of pristine Echo Lake - your wedding will be talked about for years!
A wedding at the North Woods Inn & Resort is the event of a lifetime. With a unique ambiance, exceptional service, and the beauty of the Adirondack Mountains, the resort offers a wonderful experience.
We offer two different buffets and both will be elegantly decorated. In addition to our buffets, we also offer a sit down menu.
With our beautiful pond and gazebo as a backdrop, an elegant enclosed tent, exquisite food and exceptional service, we have been proud to be a part of some of the most memorable wedding receptions.
Our events and catering staff have years of experience in creating the most memorable moments immersed in a scenic paradise. Come, see for yourself.
Dunham’s Bay Lake George Resort is the perfect solution for your wedding and can make it fit into any budget. We offer multiple locations for both your ceremony and reception.
The lovely setting offered by The Saranac Inn makes it a natural location for special events. Accommodating your plans is our pleasure - from casual lunches to cocktails and dinner.
The main dining room accommodates up to 50 guests for a formal sit-down dinner, and provides a warm and intimate ambiance.
The Holiday Inn Resort at Lake George has been working with engaged couples and their families for decades, and we understand how very special this occasion is for everyone.
The Wild Center was called "stunning" by The New York Times. The landscaped campus includes these facilities that make it a wonderful location for an Adirondack wedding.
Here at The Lodges at Cresthaven, you can take your vows with friends and family at an Adirondack luxury resort against a spectacular backdrop, and share your joyous event in a charming setting.
Whether your choice is winter, spring, summer or fall the Whiteface Lodge is a spectacular venue to host one of the most special days of your life.
Whether you are planning a small intimate event or large extravagant occasion we have options to meet all of your needs.
Congratulations! The Adirondack Community Church is delighted to share in your wedding. Contact us for more information.
Garnet Hill Lodge is the romantic mountain top wedding location you have been searching for!
Jimbo's Club at the Point is a restaurant that delights guests with delicious dinners and elegant events in a spectacular location overlooking Brant Lake and the Adirondack mountains.
Celebrate your wedding with family and friends on our private island on Lake George.
Are the two of you looking for that unique wedding? A wedding that people talk about for months before and years after? We provide all your needs.
The Wood Theater offers a 3,000sf rehearsal hall with natural light, changing rooms and separate lobby and 2,600sf of lobby space including a box office, concession area and
The Queensbury Hotel is a full service Victorian style hotel furnished with 125 rooms and equipped with various amenities. The historic landmark hotel is located across the City Park in Glens Falls.
Rustic, relaxed and ramped up to deliver the kind of food you need to have an Adirondack adventure or just the kind to, you know, satisfy your hunger.
Heritage Hall offers a 7,335 square foot banquet area capable of dividing into six accommodating arrangements to meet any events needs.
Lanzis on the Lake is the perfect spot for your next event!
Whether a wedding reception, rehearsal dinner or brunch, our years of experience make us the perfect choice for exquisite food, perfect ambiance and impeccable service.
Tee Bird Golf Club can accommodate wedding parties of up to 90 or 175 people.
Wedding celebrations at The Wishing Well are designed to be individualized affairs that reflect your vision for the day. We emphasize the best high-quality cuisine and experienced level of service.
The Mansion of Saratoga is now a historic Saratoga Springs area inn, but it was built as an imposing 23-room Venetian, villa-style estate in 1866 by Hon. George West.