Congratulations to Dan B. from Elma, NY, winner of our winter contest! Read more for your chance to be our next winner.
To enter to win our Adirondack getaway, simply fill out the form below before June 1, 2020.
Lodging and Dining
Settle in to a great Adirondack stay at the Stoney Lonesome Bed & Breakfast! Win two nights lodging for two people at an historic Civil War-era farmhouse completely off the grid!
Explore 200 private acres and delight in a farm-fresh breakfast.
Burleigh's Luncheonette is a 1950’s themed restaurant located in the heart of historic downtown Ticonderoga. Burleigh’s will take you on a nostalgic trip back to the 1950's while you enjoy Burleigh's delicious American-style food that tastes just as if it came from your grandma's kitchen. Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Win a $25 gift certificate and enjoy a meal on memory lane.
Two passes to Ausable Chasm, the Grand Canyon of the Adirondacks, where an assortment of adventures await. Open year-round. The oldest natural tourist attraction in the United States, Ausable Chasm is known as the “Grand Canyon of the Northeast”, the chasm contains miles of nature trails. Come marvel at the wonders created by the Ausable River while you explore this historic gorge.
For more chances to win an Adirondack adventure getaway, check out other giveaways in Essex County! The Whiteface Region, Lake Placid, and the Adirondack Hub have terrific opportunities for fun, lodging, and dining, and entering is easy!
Winners must be 18 or older at the time of acceptance and taxes on any winnings are the responsibility of the winner. None of the package features are redeemable for cash nor can they be combined with other offers, specials or discounts. Taxes, gratuity, and alcohol are not included. Lodging and other restrictions may apply. Prizes must be redeemed within one year of issue date. Residents of Essex County, NY, or employees of the Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism/Lake Placid CVB are not eligible.
The above contest is being sponsored by the Lake Champlain Region and is in no way run, endorsed, sponsored by or affiliated with the New York State Department of Economic Development, New York State Urban Development Corporation d/b/a Empire State Development or the State of New York.