We are a small family-owned and operated business dedicated to bringing you friendly, safe, and professional service. We have a large hayride wagon, hansom cab, pony rides for kids, and a variety of different sleighs for winter rides.
On beautiful Schroon Lake since 1855. A must see spot during your Adirondack journey. The General Store has everything you need. Serves breakfast and lunch, take-home dinners. Unique Adirondack crafts, books, toys, groceries and a stunning view of Schroon Lake.
The Adirondack Performing Arts Council is dedicated to facilitating the experience of the performing arts within our local communities and beyond! Noted for bringing live musical performances to the Carol Theater in Chestertown during the summer months.
The 1830’s house, along with its post and beam barns and surrounding meadows, has been restored by innkeepers Bruce and Suzanne Robbins. As one of the oldest structures in the Adirondack Park still in near original condition, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
We offer elegant guest rooms furnished with antiques, private baths, Wi-Fi and air conditioning. A memorable meal of breakfast, lunch or dinner at our family’s adjacent restaurant (The Main Street Ice Cream Parlor) is offered with each night’s stay. Vouchers provided for your meal upon arrival.
The Horicon Museum is located in a 19th century farmhouse. It provides visitors a glimpse into the lives of those living in an earlier time. There are photographs of the spectacular and beautiful scenery, as well as artifacts from homes, schools, churches and businesses established in the area.
Nine rooms in a 1890’s farmhouse offer history buffs much to explore.
The Museum is Open during the summer.
June–Saturdays 1–4 PM July and August –Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturday 1–4
Admission is free
Explore the largest cave entrance in the Eastern US. Waterfalls, surface caves, potholes, grottos, gorge – on 3/4 mile self-guided tour.
Enjoy snowshoeing in the winter on 14+ miles of trails.
Voted #1 Attraction by lakegeorge.com’s Best of 2018 and 2017.
Just 20 minutes north of Lake George – Northway exit 26.
Rock shop, wedding venue, bus tours and groups, family-owned for over 200 years.
Ride through the woods and over the Hudson River on a 200-foot trestle bridge. Railbikes designed and manufactured in Vermont. Travel on track never before open to passengers.