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Welcome to Tupper Lake

September 11, 2013 Located in the northwestern portion of the Adirondacks, Tupper Lake is the base camp for the Ten Rivers Region, where scenic Route 30 and Route 3 meet. more »»

Welcome to Elizabethtown/Lewis

September 11, 2013 To learn all about the history of Essex County, New York, one only needs to stop at the Adirondack History Center Museum in the community of Elizabethtown. more »»

Wild Center nurtures nature

September 11, 2013 The Natural History Museum of the Adirondacks, also known as The Wild Center, opened on July 4, 2006. more »»

Hitting the greens in Essex County

September 11, 2013 Championship courses. Hidden gems. Enjoyable nine-hole layouts. Welcome to golf in Essex County. more »»

2013 Woodsmen’s Days schedule

September 11, 2013 2013 theme: ‘A Blast from the Past’ --- All day Saturday and Sunday: Logging and Equipment Demos, various locations, kids’ events, various locations, exhibits and concessions --- Friday, July 12... more »»

Welcome to North Hudson

September 11, 2013 Centrally located, North Hudson is approximately 50 miles from Glens Falls, Plattsburgh and Lake Placid. more »»

Welcome to Cranberry Lake

September 11, 2013 Cranberry Lake is your launching point for dozens of outdoor recreational opportunities. Memories are made here, in the boat, on the trail, in the campsite. more »»

Welcome to Old Forge

September 11, 2013 (The following is a letter from Town of Webb Supervisor Theodore C. Riehle Jr., as published on www.oldforgeny.com.) ---- Dear Visitor, On behalf of the Town of Webb, welcome to our website. more »»

Welcome to Newcomb

September 11, 2013 Newcomb, in western Essex County, is “The Heart of the Adirondacks. more »»

Welcome to Long Lake

September 11, 2013 Long Lake’s and Raquette Lake’s unique location in the center of the Adirondacks provides the visitor with a wealth of opportunities of enjoyment for their mountain vacation. more »»

Enchanted Forest Water?Safari schedule

September 11, 2013 Located in Old Forge, the Enchanted Forest/Water Safari is New York’s Largest Water Theme Park with more than 50 rides and attractions, including 32 of the wettest and wildest water rides. more »»

Welcome to Paul Smiths

September 11, 2013 From canoe paddles to butterfly watching to live raptor presentations, the Paul Smith’s College Visitor Interpretive Center (VIC) offers something for everyone during the summe. more »»

Welcome to Inlet

September 11, 2013 We invite you to discover our little town of Inlet, surrounded by lakes, ponds, streams, and miles of recreation trails. more »»

Welcome to Plattsburgh

September 11, 2013 Lake Champlain is every water lover’s dream come true. more »»

Welcome to Malone

September 11, 2013 In the past, Malone was referred to as the “Star of the North.” The name was bestowed on Malone as it is geographically centered almost equidistant from five other communities to form a “sta. more »»

Welcome to Raquette Lake

September 11, 2013 Raquette Lake boasts two unique attractions of the Adirondacks. Great Camp Sagamore is the only Adirondack Great Camp open on a daily basis. more »»

Mayor’s Cup Regatta

September 11, 2013 Known as “the” sailing tradition of Lake Champlain, the Mayor’s Cup Regatta returns July 13 as the signature event of the popular four-day summer festival in Plattsburgh. more »»

Gouverneur-St. Lawrence County Fair

September 11, 2013 For more than 160 years, residents and visitors alike have enjoyed the Gouverneur-St. Lawrence County Fair. Held during the last part of July or beginning of August, the St. more »»

Franklin County Fair

September 11, 2013 Saturday, Aug. 3 ($10 admission) 8 a.m.: 4-H Horse Show Riding & Gymkhana (Outside Arena) 9 a.m.: 4-H Poultry Show Conformation 11 a.m.: Rooster Crowing Contest 11 a.m. more »»

15th annual Durant Days

September 11, 2013 Friday, Aug. 2 Harken back to the days when waterways were the highways and cruisin’ was by boat. Pine Knot Tour, the first Great Camp, with luncheon cruise. Reservations Required. Call 315-354-5532. more »»

 
 
 

 

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