• About the Area

Welcome to the good life!  Come explore Northern New York, from Lake Ontario to Lake Champlain. From 4,000 foot peaks to picturesque valleys, from metropolitan culture to charming small towns, in Northern New York we have the lifestyle you have been craving.

We have natural beauty, the friendliest people you will ever meet, access to the amazing great outdoors, urban culture, and New England charm. Its all at your fingertips.  Ottawa Ontario (the capital of Canada), Montreal Quebec and Burlington Vermont are all just a short drive away. 

Experience the thrills of living near The Adirondack Park, a 6-million-acre playground comprised of public and private land is full of natural beauty and endless, all season, outdoor recreation opportunities. The entire region is dotted with quaint towns and lakeside villages such as Lake Placid, home to the 1932 and 1980 winter Olympics (Do you believe in miracles!?!?!) and the “All America” city of Saranac Lake. You can become a “46er” by hiking the 46 peaks over 4,000 feet in elevation. There is biking, several ski mountains including Whiteface, the Olympic Mountain. Titus Mountain voted the #1 family ski resort in North America, and Gore Mountain are also close by.  Hiking, fishing, cycling, snowshoeing, leaf-peeping, and paddling. You name it… you can do it here.

There’s more than wilderness fun and exploring. There is a lot for you thrill seekers as well. Ever want to go whitewater rafting? Try some rock climbing? Extreme skiing? There’s miles and miles of snowmobiling trails, endless scenic road for motorcycling and lots of lakes for waterskiing.

The region is rich in American history dating back to the French and Indian War. On Lake Champlain Benedict Arnold held off the British during the American Revolution and the Battle of Plattsburgh was a turning point during the War of 1812. Fort Ticonderoga sits on the shore of Lake Champlain. Watertown in Jefferson County is home to the famous “10th Mountain Division”.  Plattsburgh was the third oldest military post in the United States, starting in 1814 until the United States Air Force Strategic Air Command base was closed in 1995. Plattsburgh International Airport is now located on the former USAF flight line which was also a designated emergency landing runway for space shuttles.

We have outstanding schools with small, personalized classes, great hospitals, and several public and private colleges and universities all over the region.  Our area has a booming transportation manufacturing sector and they are always looking for quality employees.

Broadband is prevalent and growing all the time. This is the PERFECT place to telecommute, and if you must get to a city, the entire area is networked by interstate highways. Plattsburgh International Airport is your gateway to the world.

What are you waiting for? Move up to the good life in Northern New York!  Contact us for more information.