North Pole, NY is in the High Peaks area of New York State's 6 million acre Adirondack Park and is located at 324 Whiteface Mountain Memorial Highway one and one half miles northwest of the intersection with Route 86 in the town of Wilmington. We are 150 miles north of Albany and 12 miles northeast on route 86 of the Olympic Village of Lake Placid. You will find us on most highway maps.
Mapquest: Dynamic Driving Directions
324 Whiteface Memorial Hwy
Wilmington, NY 12997
Northbound: From New York City take the New York State Thruway (I 87) to Albany (Exit 24) and transfer to the Adirondack Northway (also I 87). Continue north to Exit 30, then follow route 73 to Keene. At the Elm Tree Inn in Keene take the right hand fork (route 9 N) and follow signs to the Wilmington/Whiteface Area.
Southbound: From Montreal or Plattsburgh use Exit 34 on the Adirondack Northway (I 87) and follow routes 9 N and 86 to the Wilmington/Whiteface Area.
Eastbound: Travelers from the west may elect to exit the New York Thruway at either Syracuse or Utica and reach the Wilmington/Whiteface Area via Lake Placid.
Westbound: From Vermont, access to the area is via the Lake Champlain Ferries.
PO Box 1768
North Pole, NY 12997