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UPDATE (6/30/2020) — The summit will not be open for approximately six weeks as crews work to redo the stone wall. During this time it will be free to drive up the mountain. The short hiking path from the parking lot near the summit will not be open and no...
While NY was on pause, nature never skipped a beat. As we are in Phase One of the NY Forward plan, some outdoor activities deemed low risk are authorized such as kayak and boat rentals (both motorized and non-motorized). Though museums aren't open, it's also a great time to have...
Photo by Brian Landry If you’re from out of state and you haven’t checked out our local snowmobile trails, it’s the perfect time to plan your trip! Governor Andrew M. Cuomo recently announced that snowmobile registration fees will be waived for out-of-state and Canadian snowmobilers from March 14 & 15, 2020. Typically, snowmobilers...
By Parker Hamblin Thanksgiving is coming up and we’re reflecting on the amazing lodging and culinary talent in our area. Why not give the pots and pans (and yourself) a break this year and getaway to the Lake George region to dine at one of these hotels with your family on Thanksgiving. On...
This year The Salvation Army serving Warren, Washington and Northern Saratoga counties is inviting you to come celebrate with us the 129 year of the historic Red Kettle Holiday Campaign. The Salvation Army the Aviation Mall part of the Pyramid Management Group has partnered with the local Salvation Army to create...
By Parker Hamblin As the temperature outside drops this November, there are plenty of events going on this weekend to keep you cozy and warm! The Hyde Collection The Hyde Collection is offering several different events this weekend making a fun-filled weekend for the whole family. Kicking off the weekend on Friday, November 15th,...
From live music to a musket salute — events abound this weekend as we take time to remember and salute veterans. Veterans Day marks the armistice (hence the original name of the holiday —Armistice Day) signed in France by the World War I Allies and Germany on November 11, 1918. The agreement...
The leaves might be past peak but our late fall/winter events season is just beginning! We should note the trees are not all bare and brown yet either. While the foliage isn’t the best it has been this year, you can still see a colorful carpet of fall hues on the...
It’s official! We’ve reached peak for leaf peeping in the Lake George region. According to the volunteers who supply information for the I Love NY Fall Foliage map, we hit peak this weak. Mid-October is a pretty safe bet for visiting the area if you’re looking for the best fall...
By Alexandra Garry CVB Sales and Services Administrator, Lake George Regional Chamber of Commerce & CVB “Autumn shows us how beautiful it is to let things go.” When that cold hits the air, it’s always a sign to me that autumn is for letting things go — and with that we get THE WARRENSBURG...
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