Attractions

Submitted by Pamela Merritt on May 04, 2017
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Whether you are pulling your own water gear or arrive with only your kayak shoes and a dream, Schroon Lake welcomes you to their namesake lake. It's over four-thousand acres of fun. This charming resort town has been famous for summer hospitality since the late 19th century. And when it comes to the lake, nothing has changed. Historic summer getawayThe Leland House was a resort hotel built in
Submitted by Pamela Merritt on Apr 12, 2017
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We have Adirondack river adventures in three flavors. Take to our "water highways" to construct an adventure at your favorite speed. Back in the days of the Erie Canal, waterways were the way to get around. Now that people have alternatives, water travel is all of the enjoyment, with none of the drawbacks. Thanks to Adirondac Rafting Company we have three different seasons of potential rafting
Submitted by Kyle Miller on Mar 15, 2017
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I happened to be in Schroon Lake on a cold March afternoon, traveling through squalls of snow - a sure sign that spring is on the way. When you visit the Adirondacks, I highly recommend making Schroon Lake a stop on your tour. Drop by the Schroon Lake Chamber of Commerce to get the lowdown on all the sights to see. Besides the scenic namesake lake, and beautifully preserved historic architecture
Submitted by Pamela Merritt on Mar 03, 2017
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The way we start our day can set a tone for the next twenty-four hours. Perhaps that is the appeal of Bed and Breakfasts. Get those two needs properly covered, and have a wonderful time going forward. We were "early adopters" of the B&B concept, since so many of our hotels were located in lovely, but remote, places, and they needed to be everything for their guests. While no Grand Hotels
Submitted by Pamela Merritt on Feb 17, 2017
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It's a history museum, a unique winter trek, and a social occasion like no other. It's a Camp Santanoni Winter Weekend. Camp Santanoni is a famous Great Camp/Farm Complex that has become a unique backcountry attraction. Now known as Camp Santanoni Preserve, it hosts three winter weekend events where people can ski in, enjoy the many activities, and celebrate an extraordinary Adirondack landmark