Set in the Olympic region of upper New York state, Lake Placid KOA is nestled among tall pines and white birches, bordered by the Ausable River. Enjoy the Adirondack Mountain countrysides pristine mountains, lakes and streams, and take advantage of activities such as world-class fly-fishing, hiking and cycling. Such a striking setting is why Lake Placid was chosen as the site for the 1932 and 1980 Olympic Winter Games. Today, the Olympic facilities are a training ground for world-class athletes as well as a place for visitors to experience their favorite Olympic sports. Try activities such as the Lake Placid Bobsled Experience or watch athletes train at the Summer Jumping Series and Saturday Night Ice Shows. Back at the campground, enjoy spacious big-rig sites, wooded tent sites, Deluxe Cabins and Camping Cabins. Rent fun-cycles or partake in mini golf, hayrides, movies and special weekends that include dinners and DJ music.