Blog Entries in 2017

Submitted by Suzanne Maye on Jun 13, 2017
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Summer is in full swing, and June's warm weather and long days encourage us to fill our calendars with outdoor activities and seasonal celebrations. One significant event that takes place this month should definitely find space on your calendar, particularly for Christian music lovers. It's a Christian music festival, right in the Schroon Lake Region. With late-June temperatures warming our
Submitted by Kim Rielly on Jun 05, 2017
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What if I told you that there is a high-caliber, challenging, meticulously-maintained 9-hole golf oasis with stunning views of the High Peaks hiding directly in the geographic middle of the Adirondacks wilderness? It’s not intentionally hiding, but folks who visit Newcomb, New York might not immediately associate their favorite destination for hiking, biking, and paddling with the game of golf
Submitted by Pamela Merritt on Jun 01, 2017
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Buffalo in the Adirondacks? Also known as bison, these animals are not native to the Adirondacks. But, like so many others, it turns out they like it here. The Adirondack Buffalo Company is based in North Hudson, on the lovely Blue Ridge Road. Let them roamThe closest we can get to the buffalo is the coin operated telescope on the deck. These are giant animals with strong protective instincts
Submitted by Pamela Merritt on May 24, 2017
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If you've never tried camping, just the thought can seem daunting. But it's really like a video game. I like to think there are actually three "skill levels" to choose from. The Schroon Lake area has wonderful options at every level. Here are some tips to choose just the right mix of gorgeous nature and the easy side of civilization. There are all kinds of ways to enjoy everything we have to
Submitted by Pamela Merritt on May 18, 2017
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Once upon a time, the Adirondacks became the focus of something new to all kinds of people. The concept of vacation. Once transportation was established, people began to "vacate" their cities, with its heat and crowds, to spend time in the cool of the forest, lakes, and mountains. At first it was only the rich who could build Great Camps and spend summers here. But then grand resort hotels