Adirondack Adventure Center Celebrates Tubing Upgrades with Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Posted: 7/1/2023 - 3-Minute Read
LAKE LUZERNE & STONY CREEK, NY — A new land acquisition will allow Adirondack Adventure Center to upgrade its Lazy River Tubing Adventure on the Hudson River with a private access point, a smoother and safer bus ride to and from the river, a more flexible schedule, on-river tube storage, Internet and telephone service, and trip customization for customers including a private beach and island!
The announcement was made during a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, June 16, with the Lake George Regional Chamber of Commerce & CVB.
“These upgrades allow us to expand our business and make it safer and more convenient for everybody to come up and experience tubing and the beauty of our area. One of the things that gets us up and going in the morning is being able to share this experience with everybody,” said Owner Dane Morton. “It’s a huge deal for us. It’s really going to help us expand our business further.”
This acquisition of 165 acres of land along the beautiful Buttermilk section of the Hudson River is the first phase in a massive 3-phase plan to upgrade the tubing experience.
“We congratulate Adirondack Adventure Center on this major upgrade to the tubing experience for their customers! It is wonderful to see our area attractions continually investing in their businesses and growing,” said Lake George Regional Chamber of Commerce & CVB Executive Director Gina Mintzer.
Adirondack Adventure Center offers three exciting outdoor activities; Lazy River Tubing, Whitewater Rafting and Treetop Adventure/Ziplining, at one convenient location.
The completion of phase 1 will allow provide for the following upgrades:
1. A private access point to the river which will allow everyone to get on the water faster and more efficiently. No more having to wait for other companies or the general public to access the river!
2. A smoother and safer bus ride to and from the river. The route to our new put-in spot is entirely on paved roads. No more one lane dirt road with potholes!
3. A more flexible schedule. Instead of 4 trips departing every 90 minutes, Adirondack Adventure Center will now offer 6 trips departing every 60 minutes, making it easier and more convenient for customers to pick a time to tube!
4. On-river tube storage. All tubes will be stored at the new access point which means customers will no longer have to wait for guides to load and unload tubes from the buses. Less time dealing with trip logistics and equipment equals more time on the water for their customers!
5. Internet and telephone service at the new access point means they will be able to communicate back and forth with the main office in case of weather or other emergencies, making our trips the safest in the area.
6. Trip customization. In the past, their guides determined where and when customers had to stop on the water for a break to swim and for how long. Now customers will be able to stop wherever they want, whenever they want, and for however long they want, as long as everyone is off the river by 5:30 p.m.! As part of the land purchase, there will now be a private beach and private island for customers to explore and enjoy. Talk about getting more bang for your buck!
About Adirondack Adventure Center:
The Adirondack Adventure Center is the premier outdoor adventure attraction in the Lake George-Saratoga Region. Located only 7 miles south of Lake George village, the Adirondack Adventure Center offers three exciting outdoor activities; Lazy River Tubing, Whitewater Rafting and Treetop Adventure/Ziplining, at one convenient location! For those who are feeling extra adventurous, the Ultimate Adventure Combo is a great way to experience any combination of our excursions and get the full Adirondack experience!
About the Lake George Regional Chamber of Commerce & CVB
The Lake George Regional Chamber of Commerce & CVB, Inc. strives to drive tourism to the Lake George region year-round while fostering a vibrant business community. The Chamber seeks to promote growth and development of its member businesses by offering networking events, educational programs, ribbon cuttings and other opportunities. Founded in 1952, the Chamber is a member-driven, not-for-profit 501 C (6) corporation. The Chamber, with a regional mindset, comprises more than 450 members in various sectors of the business community. The Chamber staffs the Visitor Center on the corner of Beach Road and Canada Street in the village of Lake George and the Adirondacks Welcome Center on the Northway between Exits 17 and 18 and typically serves more than 100,000 visitors annually. The Chamber also publishes an annual Travel Guide with a 75,000 circulation and a Community & Business Directory geared toward people and businesses looking to move to the area. The Lake George Regional Convention & Visitors Bureau (LGRCVB) is a division of the Lake George Regional Chamber of Commerce & CVB and works as an extension of the Warren County Tourism Department. While the Tourism Department markets Warren County to the leisure consumer tourism market, the mission of the LGRCVB is to bring year-round, weather-proof group business to Warren County in the form of meetings, conventions, reunions, sports events, weddings, and more. Learn more at lakegeorgechamber.com . Connect with the Chamber on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and TikTok.
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