Submitted by Shaun Kittle on May 04, 2018
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You don’t have to own a Hobie Cat sailboat to participate in the third annual Schroon Lake Hobie Cat Regatta. The regatta happens every Father's Day weekend — this year it’s June 15-17. Event organizer Glen Repko said about 30 Hobie Cats will take to the water. That’s 30 brightly colored sails, all traversing Schroon Lake at 25 knots to the delight of spectators and sailors alike. The best part
Submitted by Kim Andresen on Apr 26, 2018
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Whether you want to fish, swim, paddle, or sail, Schroon Lake is the ideal basecamp for your summer fun adventures! By the numbersNeed proof? Check out these sweet facts: Ready, set, plan!So grab your gear, book your campsite, and start dreaming about all the fun you'll have this summer in the Adirondacks' Schroon Lake Region! We'll see you on the lake - or maybe at one of our favorite
Submitted by Savannah Doviak on Apr 25, 2018
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Warmer days are finally here and nothing compares to an Adirondack summer. Longer days mean longer adventures, and there is a never-ending list of outdoor activities to tackle. Before every new season I like to make a few goals, a bucket list of sorts. This summer I’ll be racing in the Black Fly Challenge, want to learn to fly fish, and have a big question mark next to the Adirondack Canoe
Submitted by Pamela Merritt on Apr 09, 2018
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Schroon Lake has lots of interesting little shops full of fun stuff. In addition to their charming downtown, take to the backroads for even more unique shopping experiences! Whether you are outfitting your lake house, or looking for that special souvenir keepsake, our local shops have some delightful choices. The eventsThe Schroon Lake Arts and Crafts Fair is one of the finest craft shows in the
Submitted by Shaun Kittle on Mar 27, 2018
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The snow is melting, the trees are beginning to bud — it’s time to celebrate with a hike! But wait a minute — the DEC asks hikers to stay below 3,000 feet in the spring until trails dry out, so hiking is off limits this time of year, right? Wrong. Sure, the agency’s request is valid because it helps preserve trail quality, but it’s admittedly a downer for people seeking big Adirondack views.
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