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This outdoor market features farm fresh produce, delicious baked goods, flowers and plants, crafts and more. The market is held in the Lake Flower Bakery parking lot at the...
Showcasing professional theatre productions year round in the Adirondack region of New York.
This working station on the National Historic Register was built in 1904 and serves transportation, recreation, tourism and a community service center.
This 9-hole course comes complete with lights for night time fun as well as during the daylight.
This house museum belonging to the famous author of such classic stories such as Treasure Island, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and The Master of the Ballantrae.
A museum dedicated to the games of 1932 and 1980 including the memorable Miracle on Ice games.
Founded in 1949, this family fun favorite comes alive when you visit Santa Claus at his home and workshop. The alpine flavor village is nestled on the side of Whiteface Mountain...
A 6.5 mile interpretive trail system explaing ecology along with hiking. skiing, snowshoeing and exhibits of Adirondack history.
The center exhibits Adirondack natural history with it's 3.5 mile trail system and 14 mile lake.
This museum has collections of Six Nations Indians artifacts, ancient and modern Iroquois utensils, clothing, beaded record belts, wampum belts replicas, art work and dwellings,...
Visitors can stroll along boardwalk along the scenic shores of Raquette Pond, plan tennis, volleyball, basketball, baseball, and fish from the pavilion. In the winter months...
The outdoor market offers farm fresh fruits and produce, baked goods, fine crafts and offers special events during the season. The market is held on Sunday from early June to...
The outdoor market offers farm fresh fruits and vegetables, jams and jellies, baked goods, maple syrup, fresh flowers and bedding plants, crafts and more. The market is held on...
This history museum displays collections of horse-drawn vehicles, farm implements, tools, dolls, mining equipment, military artifacts, costumes, and other items pertaining to the...
Surrounded by state land, the park has a wilderness atmosphere. Visitors can swim in man-made Davis Pond, use non-motorized boats and fish in the pond or the Salmon River. The...
Professional summer theatre productions set in a 19th century train station.
Located in an 1830 home, this museum has collections of items pertaining to the early days of Parishville.