North Creek Fall Vacation Guide
“He found himself wondering at times, especially in the autumn, about the wild lands, and strange visions of mountains that he had never seen came into his dreams.” ― J.R.R. Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring
The Adirondack Autumn and the yearly spectacle of brilliant leaves is to many the year’s best season. Hiking is easier going in the cool weather. Fishing comes to life as trout move about in the colder waters. Whitewater Rafting, Rail Bikes, and Gore Mt chairlift and gondola rides all offer ample views to a changing landscape of luminous red, orange and yellow. The Depot Museum and Tannery Pond offer indoor exhibits on art and history. Take a tour of the North Creek Mosaic Project right on Main Street! For Fall 2021 – RevRail is operating 5 days a week – closed Tue and Wed. Gore Mt. is operating Saturdays and Sundays – Gondola – Sundays. Chairlift – Saturdays (may change due to weather). COVID guidelines for Gore: They are requiring masks indoors regardless of vaccination status.
They are not required outdoors for those that are vaccinated. Rafting is mainly on the weekend days – but check with individual outfitters for additional trips on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
There are plenty of Fall Events in the North Creek Area and beyond – cool music, artists, concerts, fundraisers and more! Master Crafters Festival at Gore is Oct. 9, 10. Rock and Roots Community Music Festival – Oct. 9. Fall Pastel Show at Tannery Pond. Click the Tab Below for more Event Info. Fall Festival at Basil and Wicks 12-6, Sun. Oct. 10, Vendors, Music, Food – link in events below See our latest Dining – Events – Entertainment update Here.
For More Event Information – Click the Tab Below Open/Close. More Attraction Info Click an image below!
All North Creek Events Open/Close
It’s Free! Hiking, Mt. Biking, Fishing, Camping, Exploring!
The Outdoors call quickly near North Creek. With the 114,000 acre Siamese Ponds Wilderness Area, The Hudson River Gorge and neighboring Wild Forest areas there are endless opportunities for outdoor adventure. The Siamese Ponds Area has over 70 miles of mapped and marked trails with numerous wilderness lakes, ponds and streams. Campsites and lean-to shelters are peppered through out the area. Click on an image below and get going!