The seemingly endless supply of peaks, valleys and waterways surrounding Tupper Lake results in the outdoor enthusiasts’ dream playground. Visitors can discover the natural wonders of the Adirondacks at the Wild Center, a state-of-the-art natural history museum. After the sun sets, they are able to take advantage of the dark skies by stargazing at the Adirondack Public Observatory. From paddling, boating, golfing and hiking to skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling, the endless outdoor recreation and small town charm of Tupper Lake provides the ultimate Adirondack vacation. Under the contract with Tupper Lake, ROOST is undergoing a variety of major projects. These projects include but are not limited to:
- The design and ongoing content development of an adaptable leisure travel focused website for Tupper Lake.
- Implementation of Tupper Lake’s “Connect & Discover” brand.
- Developing a signage plan for multiple new entry signs, and wayfinding directional signage throughout the Town/Village.
- Creation and implementation of a comprehensive marketing plan for Tupper Lake.
The Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism is facilitating Destination Planning for Tupper Lake. The process will begin by working through the NCREDC Tourism Destination Workbook and will be followed up by a Destination Master Plan in 2015.
Katie Stuart, Regional Marketing Manager for Tupper Lake
If you’re in business in the area or would like to start a business, finding the resources to assist you in the Adirondacks can be complex. We’ve provided a variety of links below that may help in funding and marketing:
The Tupper Lake Program is supported by funding from the Town of Tupper Lake, the Village of Tupper Lake, the Town of Piercefield, Franklin County Tourism and Department of State Grants.