Submitted by schroonlake on Feb 04, 2014
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Mid-winter in the Schroon Lake Region means EVENTS!Snowshoe hikes at the Adirondack Interpretive CenterBird walks at the Adirondack Interpretive CenterFull moon partiesGreat camp toursChili cookoffFishing derby Coming up during the next few weeks, there's lots to keep you busy and it's all about the outdoors when it comes to events.  Take a hike at the AIC...The Adirondack Interpretive
Submitted by Kelsey Stanton on Jan 09, 2014
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Snow Tubing Isn't Just For KidsNeed a fun outing for the kids or the young at heart? I recently spent a day learning about what fun winter activities Schroon Lake, NY has to offer! One activity that stood out amongst the more traditional options was snow tubing at the golf course. Of course I had to see for myself how big this hill was so, I took a quick ride to the golf course to scope out
Submitted by Paula Piatt on Aug 11, 2013
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Concerned that your summer “to do” list is going to interfere with your time on the water?Not to worry.These hot August days were made for “getting all your work done during the day” and “fishin’ early and late.”If you’re looking for a quiet paddle on a pond or lake at a relaxing pace, or a quick and productive fishing outing on your boat, stick to sunrise and sunset.Once the kids roll out of bed
Submitted by Steve Piatt on Jul 30, 2013
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This time of year, when water temperatures are an issue on the region's trout streams, I feel more like a turkey hunter – arising well before dawn and staggering out the door to go trout fishing.But that's what we have to do right now, since water temps generally rise steadily during the day and often by mid- to late morning have reached the high 60s and sometimes higher. That's much too high for
Submitted by Debbie on May 09, 2013
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We've continued to explore the Hammond Pond Wild Forest, this time heading to Moose Mountain Pond. Signs of spring are everywhere in early May. Woodland flowers, such as Trillium and Trout Lillies, are blooming. The pale ash leaves that had clung to the branches through the winter now litter the trail, pushed off by new growth. There is a cacophony of bird songs. There is also an opportunity to