The weather is a bit warm today but the beautiful Adirondack breeze can’t be beat on a Saturday afternoon in June!
Fireworks will abound this week in the Lake George Region. I’ll devote a whole piece to the Fireworks schedule tomorrow.
The Adirondacks offer much beauty and entertainment to the visitor as well as those of us lucky enough to live here. Have you been to AuSable Chasm? It is approximately 90 minutes from Lake George. AuSable Chasm is the oldest natural attraction in the United States. Take a walk along the scenic trail and explore all the unique rock formations including the Dry Chasm, two brances of the Ausable River that dried up thousands of years ago! After a one mile walk, you can board a raft and float through the narrowest and deepest sections of the chasm – I’ve done it and I can tell you it’s a blast! But that’s not all there is to do! Try tubing, disc golf, gemstone mining, lantern tours (Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays in the summer), or a cave or falls hike. Camper? Stay at the Chasm Campground for a night or two!
And then there’s more! Take your kids, or just yourselves to Santa’s Workshop in North Pole, NY, again, about 90 minutes away from Lake George. They are open Tuesday through Saturday.Celebrate the magic of Christmas all summer long! Make sure to mail your letters or gifts from the North Pole Post Office! Imagine how delighted the kids will be to see they got mail from the North Pole!!! For you non-believers, I have made this trip with and without children – it is magical all of the time – see for yourself!
And, while we’re in the area, check out the Adirondack Museum in Blue Mountain Lake – history and fun all rolled into one. Exhibits include boats and boating, Boillot Art Galleries, Log Hotel, Rustic Furniture and so much more – plan your visit soon!
Okay, It’s Time to Visit Lake George! Where are you? We’re waiting for you!