Today (March 14th) is National Potato Chip Day and most New Yorkers know that this amazing snack was invented in Saratoga Springs. Mary Ann Fitzgerald, a Saratoga Springs Historian, said that Moon's Lake House was where the potato chip was invented by accident. It was owned by Cary B. Moon on Saratoga Lake where it was the place to go for wealthy people in the mid-1800s. George Crum, a cook at Moon's Lake House was trying to appease an unhappy customer on August 24, 1853, and the potato chip was made. You can now stay in the birthplace of the potato chip at this VRBO. Check it out!

Stay In Historic Moon's Lake House On Saratoga Lake-Home of The Potato Chip

Check out historic Moon’s Lake House, where the potato chip was invented! This renovated 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom vacation home offers stunning views of Saratoga Lake and 500 feet of private shoreline. Enjoy a marble-columned bar area, a new kitchen, hardwood floors, and a cozy master suite with a fireplace. With a tennis court, kayaks, and plenty of outdoor activities on the 9-acre property, there's something for everyone to enjoy at this VRBO.

Gallery Credit: VRBO Property manager: Mary or Craig Skevington

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