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.
Full service restaurant and bar. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. An Adirondack classic.
Chester Creek Press is the imprint of Robert Walp. Robert began his book making career at Vermont College in the Spring of 2000. After designing and printing books for several years he was so impressed by how little he knew that he went on to study book arts at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa where he earned a Master of Fine Arts degree. Today he prints, makes paper and hand-binds books at his studio in Chestertown, New York.
The books that slowly roll off Bob’s Vandercook proof press are printed from hand set metal type, usually on paper handmade from cotton and linen rags and native plants like daylilies. The books are illustrated with drawings and woodcuts, sometimes made in collaboration with other artists. Most Chester Creek Press books are volumes of poetry by established contemporary writers.
Chester Creek Press books can be found in numerous institutional and private collections like the Library of Congress, The Smithsonian Institution Library, the libraries of Yale and Dartmouth colleges, the New York Public Library, and the Town of Chester Library Book Arts Collection.
Something for everyone! Kids toys and books to fishing and hunting gear, and great ladies clothing, shoes & boots, housewares. Much, much more!
Deli with breakfast and lunch available, gas and propane, ice cream stand in the summer, SUP and Kayak rentals. Greeting cards, snacks, bait, camping gear, groceries, beer and soda. Oscar’s Smokehouse meats and cheeses.
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Nestled in the Adirondack Mountains only 15 minutes form the Northway (I-87) is Fawn Ridge Pottery. Established in 1981 by Sharon and David Coleman, it is home to fine quality, handcrafted stoneware and one of a kind artworks.
Each piece of pottery is handmade by clay-artist, David J. Coleman, and then glazed with “lead free glazes.” All pottery is oven, dishwasher, and microwave safe.