Lake Placid may refer to:
- Lake Placid, New York, site of the 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympics
- Lake Placid (New York), a lake near the New York village
- Lake Placid, Florida, a town in Florida
- Lake Placid, Queensland, a suburb of Cairns, in far northern Queensland, Australia
- Lake Placid (Texas), a lake in Texas
- Lake Placid (film), a 1999 film directed by Steve Miner
- Lake Placid 2, the first sequel, made for TV
- Lake Placid 3, the third film, also made for TV. A DVD version also exists.
- Lake Placid: The Final Chapter, the fourth film, made for TV.
Other articles related to "lake placid, lakes, lake, placid":
... Lake Placid is a suburb of Cairns in far northern Queensland, Australia ... Lake Placid is the entrance to the Barron Gorge National Park ...
... The Lake Placid Olympic Ski Jumping Complex comprises a 90- and 120-meter ski jumps towers built for the 1980 Olympic Games in Lake Placid, New York ... They are located two miles from Lake Placid, off of the Old Military Road, in Essex County, New York ...
... Calgary developer Lake Placid has proposed a 200 million dollar mega hotel/condo project to be built on the site although Lake Placid had difficulty securing financing and missed an October 30, 2009, deadline ... On November 16, 2009, it was revealed by Lake Placid that the financing should be secure within a week ... In April 2010, Saskatoon City Council voted in favour of entering new negotiations with Lake Placid over the site ...
... The Saranac Lakes Wild Forest is a discontinuous 79,000-acre (320 km2) tract designated as Wild Forest by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation in Franklin and Essex. 142 bodies of water including Upper, Middle, and Lower Saranac Lakes, Oseetah Lake, Lake Placid, Lake Clear, and Lake Colby most of the shorelines of these bodies of these lakes are a ... m) Panther Mountain, the Fernow Nature Trail, and the Lake Placid Peninsula Nature Trails ...
... River form the eastern boundary the Saranac Lake-Lake Placid Road, NY 86, forms the southern boundary and the Saranac River forms the western boundary ... McKenzie Pond, from which the village of Saranac Lake obtains its water supply, forms part of the boundary on the west side as does Moose Pond, but few ponds are encompassed within the boundaries ... a foot trail from the pull-off east of the Saranac Lake Golf Course on Route 86 to the top of McKenzie Mountain ...
Famous quotes containing the words placid and/or lake:
“There are acacias, a graceful species amusingly devitalized by sentimentality, this kind drooping its leaves with the grace of a young widow bowed in controllable grief, this one obscuring them with a smooth silver as of placid tears. They please, like the minor French novelists of the eighteenth century, by suggesting a universe in which nothing cuts deep.”
—Rebecca West (18921983)
“Will lovely, lively, virginal today
Shatter for us with a wings drunken blow
This hard, forgotten lake haunted in snow
By the sheer ice of flocks not flown away!”
—Stéphane Mallarmé (18421898)