Where to stay around Lake Placid, Lake Placid?

Our 2019 property listings offer a large selection of 457 vacation rentals near Lake Placid. From 196 Houses to 105 Condos/Apartments, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Lake Placid for a holiday or a weekend are on VRBO.

Can I rent Houses near Lake Placid?

Yes, of course. VRBO has 196 Houses near Lake Placid. Our other popular types of vacation rentals near Lake Placid include:

  • Condos/Apartments: 105 rentals available
  • Bungalows: 66 rentals available
  • Cottages: 66 rentals available

But you can also enjoy a great stay in one of our other vacation rentals including Cabins and more.

Can I find a vacation rental with pool near Lake Placid?

Yes, you can select your prefered vacation rental with pool among our 37 vacation rentals with pool available near Lake Placid. Please use our search bar to access the selection of vacation rentals available.

    Can I book a vacation rental directly online or instantly near Lake Placid?

    Yes, VRBO offers a selection of 455 vacation rentals to book directly online and 126 with instant booking available near Lake Placid. Don't wait, have a look at our vacation rentals via our search bar and be ready for your next trip near Lake Placid! 

      A winter wonderland in Upstate New York

      Known around the world for hosting the 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympic games (Miracle on Ice, anyone?), Lake Placid is the place to be if winter sports are your thing. Nestled in the scenic Adirondack Mountains, a Lake Placid vacation rental will allow you to follow in the footsteps of many a posh traveler, starting with the glitterati who first flocked to the picturesque town in the 1890s. From skiing to sleigh rides, Lake Placid is a snowy playground for young and old, as well as a popular mountain-climbing base if you're seeking an adrenaline rush.

      Winter sports galore in a former Olympic paradise

      It's no surprise that a town that hosted not 1, but 2 Winter Olympic games is a mecca for snow lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. The downhill and cross-country skiing are particularly divine, but the après-ski and sleigh rides are just as good if your vacation is more about relaxing. When the snow melts, golfing and boating take over, alongside visits to the area's spas, wineries, and breweries. The annual Ironman tests the fittest of the fit, and the hiking is top-notch. You can up the intensity and join the Adirondack 46ers by climbing all the mountain peaks in the region.

      Channel your inner Olympian at Lake Placid

      The jewel of Lake Placid is undoubtedly Whiteface Mountain Ski resort, a skiing and snowboarding paradise. Be sure to visit in summer, too, for hiking and mountain biking, plus killer views from the gondola and observation deck. Mirror Lake is home to a popular public beach. Of course, no visit would be complete without taking in a dose of Olympic history at the museum and former winter games facilities. Try to save some time for a visit to the John Brown Farm and Gravesite, the final resting place of the famous abolitionist.

      Baby, it's cold outside (so pack your booties)

      Lake Placid sees huge swings in temperature between the seasons, but winter dominates the scene at this alpine paradise. If you book a Lake Placid vacation rental between November and April, expect to see temperatures in the single digits and some serious snow (4 times the national average, to be exact). The summer months of June to August bring highs in the 70s, making it prime time to enjoy the lakes. Be sure to bring your camera for Instagram-worthy shots of the fiery fall foliage in September and October.

      A world of water and fresh alpine air

      Nestled in the Tri-Lakes Region of the Adirondack Mountains, your Lake Placid vacation rental will wrap you in a natural wonderland of soaring peaks and alpine lakes. You'll also find enough fresh air and quaint alpine villages to make you think twice about returning to city life. The nearby McKenzie Mountain Wilderness is chock-full of hiking and walking trails, where you're likely to encounter countless lakes, ponds, and waterfalls, as well as a variety of wildlife ranging from big game to small birds.