Traditional lodging has become very limited due to an overwhelming response. Please reserve housing before registering for convention. The village of Lake Placid contains numerous high-end cottage, condo, townhouse and luxury home rentals. For more information, contact the properties below or the Lake Placid Visitors Bureau at (800) 275-2243 or email@example.com. Or, visit www.airbnb.com.
Premier Properties - (518) 523-3333
Adirondack Estates - (518) 523-2519
Engel Volkers Village Rentals - (518) 523-4404
Select Sotheby's International Realty - (518) 523-3730
A per room deposit equal to one night’s stay is required to guarantee each room. Deposits will be accepted via MasterCard, Visa or American Express. Purchase orders and checks will not be accepted.
Hotels will not honor tax exempt status for charges paid by personal credit card. For those paying with district credit cards, tax can be removed at hotel check-in with presentation of a signed exemption certificate (NYS Department of Taxation and Finance ST-129).
For payment by district check, send the check, a copy of the tax exempt form and confirmation(s) to the hotel at least two weeks prior to the first arrival date. Hotels will not apply check payments that have not cleared the financial institution. If a balance is due upon check-in, a credit card will be needed for method of payment. It is recommended to take a tax exempt form to check-in.
*Please refer to your confirmation email for hotel specific cancellation policy should it differ from the above policies.
A complimentary shuttle service will be provided from the official convention hotels to the Conference Center at Lake Placid.
Welcome to Lake Placid!
Lake Placid, with its fresh alpine air, scenic mountain roads and quaint village located in the heart of the Adirondacks has been an exciting travel destination for many years to outdoor enthusiasts as well as those looking to relax and enjoy the lake and mountain views.
Home to the 1932 and 1980 winter Olympics where miracles were made …. from Eric Heiden’s record five gold medals to the U.S. Hockey Team’s greatest Olympic victory ever, Lake Placid is now known for hosting a plethora of competitive events from the Ironman to the Lake Placid Horse Show.
To learn more about this historic region, visit www.lakeplacid.com/do/history
View the beautiful resort town and surrounding areas of the Adirondacks.
The Flavors of Lake Placid
After a full day of Convention educational sessions and Education Expo time, you’ll have worked up an appetite. Numerous restaurants offer a variety of delicious foods to tempt your palette while visiting Lake Placid. Peruse an interactive list of options by category on the Lake Placid website .
Explore Lake Placid
If you find yourself with a little extra time before or after enjoying the Convention educational sessions and Education Expo, get to know Lake Placid with these exciting outdoor adventures.
Shopping in Lake Placid
Looking to bring home a memento from Lake Placid? Browse the many locally owned shops .
How to get there… Lake Placid is closer than you think.
The most widely chosen method of travel due to ease of roads, beautiful landscapes and scenery through the Adirondack Park.