What to do
Enjoy events going on all year.
From floating down the lazy river ride at Enchanted Forest/Water Safari to being aboard a train robbery by the Loomis Gang on the Adirondack Scenic Railroad there is so much to see and do . . .
Celebrating over 50 year of bringing arts to the Central Adirondacks. Presenting year-round exhibits, workshops and performances for all ages. Host of the prestigious Adirondacks National Exhibition of American Watercolors.
Old Forge Library
(315) 369-6008 OldForgeLibrary.org
The Old Forge Library offers library services including a special Adirondack collection, used books for sale, Wireless Internet access 365/24/7, and free programs.
Not just the best downhill skiing in the Adirondacks . . . Cross country trails,
snowmobiling and when the snow is gone, ride the scenic chairlift and
explore our hiking & biking trails on New York's Best Family Mountain . . .
Town of Webb Historical Association
The Goodsell Museum features six rooms of continually changing exhibits, artifacts, photographs and memorabilia of early life in the Adirondacks. Genealogy research material is available. Open Tuesday-Saturday, no admission. (315) 369-3838
Other Great Adirondack Museums:
The Wild Center
The Center is an 81-acre all day experience. In 2015 it opens Wild Walk, a 1,000 foot long series of bridges and platforms that take visitors over the forest of the Adirondacks. The Center was named the people's choice number one attraction in the Adirondacks the last two years running by the readers of Adirondack Life. 518-359-7800 www.wildcenter.org
Blue Mountain Lake
This attraction offers a historical perspective on the Adirondack Mountains. The museum offers workshops on logging, boats, outdoor recreation, mining ,craftsmanship, and fine arts. Historic structures range from a log hotel to a one room school house. Visitors can walk through the landscaped grounds, tour a beautiful garden, and take in the view of the surrounding area. (518) 352-7311 www.adkmuseum.org
Great Camp Sagamore
For more than 50 years,Sagamore served as the summer retreat of the Alfred G. Vanderbilt family. Today Sagamore, the only Great Camp operating as a non-profit organization, is open to the public for tours, and accommodations for outdoor, craft, and heritage residential programs. Tours are at 10:00 AM and 1:30PM. Reservations for tours are recommended. (315) 354-5311 www.sagamore.org
Offering many types of activities from swimming and fishing in the summer to snowmobiling and skiing in the winter . . .
"The Snowmobile Capital of the East," is located in the center of the great Adirondack Park.
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