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Trail’s End Inn – High Peak Hideaway

Tucked away at the end of a private mountain road in Keene Valley, near a pond at the trail head to...

A Peaceful Site – Battle Row Campgrou...

Autumn camping brings its own special pleasures: spectacular fall foliage, invigorating hikes, cool restful nights, and sipping hot cocoa or cider while sitting around a campfire with family and friends.Despite its name, which alludes to local history, Battle Row Campground in Old Bethpage is...

A Peaceful Site – Battle Row Campground
posted on: May 15, 2011 | author: new york travel

A Grape Time to Celebrate! – Lake Eri...

One of the nation’s largest grape-growing regions, western New York State celebrates its harvest with style and great taste. Here’s a sample of the wine festivals held in America’s Grape Country.The town of Fredonia’s annual Red, White & Blues Festival (September 10 and 11) showcases...

A Grape Time to Celebrate! – Lake Erie Wine Trail
posted on: May 15, 2011 | author: new york travel

Autumn Film Festivals – Rolling Out t...

Put on your coolest shades and head to one of New York’s film festivals. Each year, movie lovers by the thousands walk down the red carpet at festivals around the state for film screenings, discussions and awards shows. These three open in the fall.Autumn traditionally brings a quiet post-season...

Autumn Film Festivals – Rolling Out the Red Carpet
posted on: May 15, 2011 | author: new york travel

Austerlitz Alive in July

The 11th Annual Austerlitz Historical Society Blueberry Festival, 7/25, celebrating the delicious, healthful fruit that abounds in the local hills and reaches peak season in late July. The festival features 19th-century craft demonstrations, music, artists, antiques, entertainment, a blueberry...

Austerlitz Alive in July
posted on: May 15, 2011 | author: new york travel
Ausable Chasm A Rocking Good Time

Ausable Chasm A Rocking Good Time

posted on: May 15, 2011 | author: new york travel

Ever predictable, aging gracefully . . . the massive stone formations of The Adirondacks’ Ausable Chasm are one of the oldest attractions in North America. Formed more than 500 million years ago, the stones have been open to the public since 1870. Explore the Chasm on nature trails with scenic vistas and waterfalls. Add rafting or tubing and...

An Authentic Arts & Crafts Gem – The Roycroft Inn

An Authentic Arts & Crafts Gem – The Roycroft Inn

posted on: May 15, 2011 | author: new york travel

Step back to a graceful era at the Roycroft Inn. This architectural treasure in East Aurora was a center of the American Arts & Crafts Movement in the early 1900s. The floor plan and style maintain the Inn’s original “fabric” and rooms still bear the names of notable personalities like Henry David Thoreau and Susan B....

Antiques and More!

Antiques and More!

posted on: May 15, 2011 | author: new york travel

Held at the George T. Hiltebrant Recreation Center on North Street in Old Forge, the 36th Annual Arts Antique Show and Sale (7/24-25)  is sponsored by the Arts Guild of Old Forge. The popular sale features an extensive scope of hand-crafted treasures including pottery, woven items, home ware, personal clothing, furniture, Christmas decorations,...

And…They’re Off!!

And…They’re Off!!

posted on: May 15, 2011 | author: new york travel

The Gem of American Horse Racing, Saratoga Race Course, once again welcomes horses – and horse racing fans – from all over the country for its annual six-week meet beginning 7/23.During the meet, racing fans far and wide focus on Saratoga Springs for its world-class Thoroughbred horse racing, including the Travers Stakes on 8/28,...

Albany Institute of History and Art – Every Shoe has its Story

Albany Institute of History and Art – Every Shoe has its Story

posted on: May 15, 2011 | author: new york travel

The new exhibit at the Albany Institute of History and Art will knock your socks off! From October 16, 2010 to January 2, 2011, you can step in to see the “The Perfect Fit: Shoes Tell Stories.” This playful collection features more than 120 imaginative shoes created by contemporary artists. Materials used include clay, metal, fabric, wood,...

Adirondack Nationals Car Show – Cruisin’ for Fun in the Adirondacks

Adirondack Nationals Car Show – Cruisin’ for Fun in the Adirondac...

posted on: May 15, 2011 | author: new york travel

If you like vintage cars, you won’t want to miss the Adirondack Nationals Car Show, September 10 to 12 at the Fort William Henry Resort in Lake George.This annual event that takes place the weekend after Labor Day features classic and muscle cars; custom and street rods; and all kinds of fun. Check out the car-related and craft vendors,...

Adirondack Boat Show And Outdoor Expo

Adirondack Boat Show And Outdoor Expo

posted on: May 15, 2011 | author: new york travel

The Adirondack Boat Show & Outdoor Expo splashes down at Arrowhead Park on Fourth Lake in Inlet on 5/15-16. Prepare yourself for serious summer fever as a grand display of on-water demos heat up the fun (weather permitting). Along with the finest boats, personal watercraft, and fishing equipment around, you’ll find top quality hunting...

50 Mile Long Garage Sale

50 Mile Long Garage Sale

posted on: May 15, 2011 | author: new york travel

Get your comfy shoes and a wagon! And bring on sale after sale after sale to the 50 Mile Long Garage Sale (7/24-25) that stretches along Scenic Byway Route 90.The popular yearly event is held, rain or shine, along Cayuga Lake from Montezuma to Homer. No matter which direction you start from, you’ll find hundreds of vendors selling antiques,...

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