From Syracuse and Watertown

Take Route 3 to Tupper Lake. Stay on Route 3 through town toward Saranac Lake. As you leave town on Routes 3&30 turn right at the traffic light at Hosley Avenue (opposite the big white Sunmount buildings.) Center entrance is 500 yards on left.

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From Ottawa, Ontario

Take Highway 416 south to International Bridge and Ogdensburg, NY. Turn right on NYS Route 37 a short distance to a left hand turn onto Route 68. Follow Route 68 through Canton, NY to the village of Colton where you take a right on Route 56. Continue on Route 56 to the junction with Route 3. Turn left and continue on Route 3 into Tupper Lake. As you pass through Tupper Lake, turn right at the traffic light at Hosley Avenue (opposite the big white Sunmount buildings). Center entrance is 500 yards on left.

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From New York City and Albany

Take New York Thruway to Albany, then Route 87 to Exit 23. At exit, turn left toward Warrensburg. Bear right onto US 9, turn left onto Route 28. Continue on 28 to Blue Mountain Lake. Turn right at the stop sign onto 28N. In Long Lake, turn left onto Route 30. In Tupper Lake, turn right on Park St. Turn right onto Hosley Ave at the traffic light.

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From Plattsburgh and Burlington, VT

Take the ferry to Plattsburgh. Go straight on Route 374. It connects to Route 3 just west of Plattsburgh. Follow to Saranac Lake and through Saranac Lake to a traffic light at Lake Flower. Turn right on Route 3, Continue on Route 3 to Tupper Lake. As you enter Tupper Lake, turn left at the first traffic light on to Hosley Avenue (opposite the big white Sunmount buildings). Center entrance is 500 yards on left.

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From Utica, NY

Take NYS Route 28 north through Old Forge and Raquette Lake to the junction of Route 30 in Blue Mountain Lake. Follow Route 30 north through Long Lake and into Tupper Lake. As you pass through Tupper Lake, turn right at the traffic light on to Hosley Avenue (opposite the big white Sunmount buildings). Center entrance is 500 yards on left.

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