Attractions

Submitted by Pamela Merritt on Aug 29, 2017
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Fans of fall foliage, (and yes, I am one) can fall into well-worn paths of enjoyment. Sometimes it is a great advantage to shake up the usual and take the road, or hike, or paddle...less traveled. One of the appeals of the Schroon Lake region is how very much fall we have, and in beautiful settings, too. This can be just a bit overwhelming. Here's some concepts which can help you get your arms
Submitted by Pamela Merritt on Aug 07, 2017
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Fall is such a lovely time in the Schroon Lake Region. Our acres of forest blaze into visual action. Then they are reflected from our crystalline lakes and reached via our miles of hiking paths or some of the most scenic drives in all of the Adirondacks. There are also some wonderful events that might give you new ideas for how to best enjoy this crisp and colorful time of year. Most rowdyEvery
Submitted by Pamela Merritt on Aug 03, 2017
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Summer is still happening, and so are events at the Boathouse Theatre. This delightful venue is right on the shores of Schroon Lake. It was once the actual boathouse for Bogle's Hotel, built in 1874. Stub Bogle (I was unable to discover if this was a given name or a nickname, and if so — why?) also operated a business which repaired and rented boats. The boathouse served hotel patrons and the
Submitted by Pamela Merritt on Jun 27, 2017
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This is it: The big one. The annual Arts and Crafts Fair in Schroon Lake, one of the oldest and finest arts and crafts fairs in all of upstate New York. The 49th year of this giant arts and crafts fair is Saturday, July 15, 2017. This mass of white tents, with over 100 vendors, is set up on the shore of Schroon Lake. They will be busy from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for your browsing pleasure. For the
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