|Location||Adirondack Park and Catskill regions, New York State|
|Burned area||600,000 acres (240,000 ha)|
|Cause||A farmer in Lake Placid lost control of a fallow fire, which was spread due to drought and dry weather conditions.|
Adirondack Fire, the Great Fire of 1903, was a wildfire comprising 643 fires in Adirondack and Catskill region, New York, that started on Monday, April 20, 1903. The fire lasted for six weeks. It burned a total area of 600,000 acres, mainly in Adirondack Forest. No human lives were lost, but it killed fishes, trees, deer, and damaged properties.