Brant Lake is located in the southeastern region of the Adirondack Mountains in New York State. The Brant Lake Association is made up of people that are interested in:
ESSLA is a member-supported non-profit that was founded to preserve, protect and improve the waters and shorelines of the Schroon Lake/River area. Our members include residents, visitors and organizations sharing a common goal of protecting the pristine natural beauty of Schroon Lake so it continues to be the “Pearl” of the Adirondacks for generations to come. Continual monitoring, identifying and harvesting of invasive species is the heart of our mission.
The Loon Lake Park District Association was formed to represent and protect the interests of the residents and property owners within the district. It’s principal aim is the protection of the ecology and preservation of the natural beauty of Loon Lake
The club was founded in 1994 and now averages over 700 memberships yearly. We have various members-only social activities, such as Snowmobiling picnics and parties. NWTB members devote many hours preparing and maintaining the 85+ miles of groomed trail. The trail system winds through the picturesque New York Adirondack Mountains just north of Lake George in Warren County, and connects Brant Lake, Chestertown, Pottersville, and Warrensburg. Grooming and maintaining our trails is a community service provided at no charge, nor are permits required. Membership dues help pay the cost of keeping the trails open and groomed.
A gathering of local businesses and volunteers driven to support economic development in the Towns of Chester and Horicon. Responsible for holding many popular town events such as An Adirondack Woofstock, Rum Runner Weekend, St. Patrick’s Day Parade, and Taste of the Tri-Lakes.
The YMCA Adirondack Center is a YEAR-ROUND multi-generational program center. Program and services will be offered for all ages but our focus is to clear away barriers for youth to be successful, to eliminate generational poverty and to serve the unmet needs of all ages. Partnerships with service related organizations will be pivotal to further serve the needs of the Adirondack communities.