of these resort destinations are located within an easy 1-2 hour
drive of the Adirondacks and Upstate New York and offer visitors
a rich variety of historic, artistic and cultural attractions.
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The City of Plattsburgh
is rich in history and played a pivital role in the Revolutionary War of 1812
because of its stratigic location at the head of Lake Champlain. The Battle of
Plattsburgh occured on Sept 11, 1814 and involved over 15,000 British Troops and
a large Navy Fleet. Badly outnumbered, only 1500 Americian army troops under the
command of Brigadier Alexander MaComb and a small Americian fleet under the command
of Lieutanant Thomas Macdonough successfully defended Cumberland Bay and defeated
the British forces. Today the Battle of Plattsburgh is celebrated and reinacted
between September 7-15th in honor of these Americian heros.
here to learn more about Plattsburgh
Alice T. Miner Colonial Collection & Museum - Located in Chazy, N.Y.
on Route 9 north of Plattsburgh. Opened in 1924, the museum was created by Alice
T. Miner, a pioneer in the colonial revivement movement and wife of William H.
Miner, railroad industrialist. You will see 15 rooms filled with period furniture,
miniature furniture, a vast china collection, porcelain and glass, a superb collection
of early samplers and other textiles, War of 1812 muskets, Revolutionary War cannon
balls, dolls and other early Americana. Open: Feb. - Dec. 22. Tues. - Sat., 10
- 4. (518) 846-7336. Admission charge.
of Plattsburgh Interpitive Center Museums 41 City Hall Place
of Plattsburgh Association is dedicated to developing and operating the Battle
of Plattsburgh Interpretive Center and War of 1812 Museum. In this effort we will
collect, preserve and maintain appropriate artifacts and undertake a national
education effort to publicize the significance of the Battle of Plattsburgh in
the War of 1812 and our nation’s history.
S. Everest Interpretive Center is located at 31 Washington Road on the Museum
Campus. The exhibits chronologically recount the events of the battles at Plattsburgh
within the context of the War of 1812: the political and economical causes of
the war; the land and naval engagements at Plattsburgh; and the significant role
that the battles here played in the final peace negotiations.
Lake Champlain Bikeways Lake Champlain Bikeways Clearinghouse c/o Lake Champlain
Visitors Center 814 Bridge Road, Crown Point, NY 12928 Fax: (518) 597-4648 Lake
Champlain Bikeways' mission is to promote bicycling throughout the Lake Champlain
regions of New York, Vermont and Quebec for the purposes of increasing opportunities
for bicycle recreation and transportation, improving the quality of life, enhancing
the economic vitality, advocating for sustainable communities, encouraging healthy
lifestyles, and raising public awareness and appreciation of inherent scenic,
historic, cultural, natural and recreational resources throughout the area.Cyclists
who ride in the Champlain Valley know it has all the right ingredients for a premier
bicycle touring destination: peaceful country roads, picturesque villages, breathtaking
scenery, charming B&B's and inns, country stores and farmstands, bicycle tour
outfitters, impressive historic sites and museums, lovely shoreline parks and
campgrounds, convenient connections to passenger rail lines and ferry crossings,
and access to numerous lakes and rivers.
Clinton County Historical
Museum - 48 Court Street, downtown Plattsburgh, N.Y. The museum interprets
the area's history on Lake Champlain. Collections feature Redford glass, Staffordshire
china, portraiture, photographs and textiles. Special exhibitions are regularly
presented. Open: Year round. Tues. - Fri., 12 - 4. Sat., 1 - 4. (518) 561-0340.
1812 Homested - Located in Willsboro, the Homestead
is a fascinating working farm and museum of. the 1800's. The complex includes
a farmhouse originally built as a tavern in 1812, where you might sample cornbread
from the hearth; a woodshop where you might help the hired man make cedar shakes
or split rails; a cabin, where you might hand dip your own candle; and a one room
schoolhouse. Not to mention gardens, oxen, sheep and livestock. Student programs,
are offered throughout the school year, with "hands on" experiences
including dipping candles, woodwork, feeding the animals, attending lessons in
the schoolhouse, baking on the hearth, spinning wool, pressing cider, boiling
maple syrup, making soap and cheese, blacksmithing, and learning Native American
lore and skills. The 1812 Homestead Nature Trail is designed for curriculum-related
ecological study. Special events include craft workshops, a spring Maple Sugaring
Festival., a fall Apple Fest, a Hearthside Thanksgiving and a Carol Sing in December.
Open: Daily from July 1 to Columbus Day, 12-4pm.-Speclal tours & events may
be arranged year-round. (518) 963-4071.
Museum at Plattsburgh State - Plattsburgh State University, Plattsburgh, N.Y.
An extensive array of permanent and changing exhibits. Among its features are
the Rockwell Kent Gallery, housing the largest collection anywhere of works by
Rockwell Kent; the Nina Winkel Sculpture Court, the largest space in the nation
devoted to the sculpture of one woman; the Burke Gallery, used for changing historical
and contemporary exhibitions; the Myers Lobby Gallery, used to display student
art; the Sculpture Park and Sculpture Terrace. Open: Year round except major holidays
and Dec. 24 - Jan. 3. Daily, 12 - 4. (518) 564-2813. Free.
House - 17 Cumberland Avenue, Plattsburgh, N.Y. An exceptional museum, home
of the Delord family for three generations (1810 - 1913). Furnished with family
belongings, including a collection of 18th and 19th century furniture, Canton
porcelain, Royal Crown Derby, Sandwich glass and monogrammed silver. Family portraits
are attributed to well known early American artists. The Federal-style garden
was laid out according to an 1812 design. Other gardens include a colorful Victorian
garden, antique roses and a garden of herbs. The barn provides space for many
programs, including summer concerts. Open: March - December. Tues. - Fri., 9 -
4; Sat., 12 - 4. (518) 561-1035. Admission charge.
Valley Transportation Museum -6 Museum Way
Valley Transportation Museum, CVTM, was founded in 2000 by a group of Plattsburgh
area car and history enthusiasts. Originally designed to be a car museum, featuring
the Lozier Automobile Company's history, CVTM has grown to cover all forms of
transportation in the area. CVTM explores and interprets the rich history of transportation
in the Champlain Valley.
Plattsburgh Interpretive Center - Located in City Hall, downtown Plattsburgh,
N.Y. The Center features a diorama and exhibits telling the story of the Battle
of Plattsburgh in 1814. It is an excellent place to begin your exploration of
the rich military history of Plattsburgh and the Champlain Valley. (518) 562-3534.
Champlain Maritime Museum 4472 Basin Harbor Rd. Vergennes, VT 05491 802-475-2022
802-475-2953 (fax) firstname.lastname@example.org A non-profit organization for preserving and
sharing the heritage of Lake Champlain. Member of the Vermont Museum and Gallery
Alliance and Council of American Maritime Museums. Operating with support from
the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
Spirit Of Plattsburgh
348 Flynn Ave
Description: Spirit of Plattsburgh - 500 passenger cruise
ship. Daily narrated scenic tours, lunch, brunch, dinner, murder mystery, variety
show, lobster dinner cruises. Available for private charters- weddings, corporate
outings, conventions, three decks - 2 enclosed and heated, top open air deck.
On board food & beverage. May - October.
We invite you to discover the beautiful Lake Champlain Valley
which was recently ranked "One of Four Outstanding Get-Away
Locations in the Northeast" by USA Weekday Magazine.
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Chair is one of the most popular outdoor chairs in the United
States. The chair incorporates design ideas used for many decades;
wide arms, contoured seat and a scalloped back. Adirondack chairs
are comfortable because the chair back inclines 30 degrees and
is curved to conform to your back giving excellent lower back
support. Its deep, angled seat and broad arm rests, make the perfect
place for a plate of food & drink or garden gloves. click
here for more Adirondack chairs.
The idea of behind rustic furniture was to create
interesting pieces using natural materials such as twigs and logs that would blend
into a decor and not stand out . Rustic furniture makers today follow the age
old tradition of using natural materials to create spectacular furniture and rustic
decor pieces. Rustic furniture usually has no set line or angles. Each piece is
individually crafted .
Once you have a log home with rustic elements you will
want to continue that element with the furniture
Finding beautiful log furniture, stairs and railings, and
other pieces that will complement
your beautiful log home is easier than you might think. Log furniture is naturally
beautiful. You can see all of the character and wood grain of the logs used in
every piece of wood furniture. Log furniture made with timbers, twigs and branches
brings nature right into your home or cabin. From custom crafted twig furniture,
stairs and railings to antler chandeliers, your unique rustic
look is just a few clicks away.
The Adirondacks & the Lake Champlain
Valley of Upstate New York & Vermont have long been known for their truly
unique & varied cuisine ranging from fresh caught native brook trout cooked
over an open campfire to world class dining at five star resorts. In the internationally
acclaimed Olympic Village of Lake Placid, diners can choose from exciting restaurants
with menus featuring everything from sushi and health foods to hearty Adirondack
homecooked meals. The
Culinary Arts program at Paul Smith's College in the Adirondacks was founded on
the principle of learning by doing. Many of todays local chefs learned their trade
at Paul Smith's.
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must be 21 years of age on or before the date of their appointment Correction
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are filled by Correction Officers, who are required to pass a written Civil Service
exam and undergo extensive medical, psychological, and background checks. Correction
Officer positions are located throughout New York State in various facilities
of the Department of Correctional Services. Correction Officers are responsible
for the custody and security as well as the safety and well being, of criminal
offenders in State Correctional Facilities.
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Shopping is at its best in the Adirondacks - we showcase the
regions finest boutiques, galleries, stores
and antique & craft shops throughout Upstate New York, the Lake Champlain
Valley & the Adirondacks. The Adirondack Region has been renowned for its shopping,
hospitality and lodging since the turn of the century when the rich and famous
constructed spectacular Great Camps and huge rustic hotels during the "Gilded
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and services ranging from Adirondack
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Vermont's Largest City
of Vermont, Burlington
The City of Burlington is the
largest and most populated city in Vermont and and is often refered to as the
"Queen of Lake Champlain" because of its unique location on the eastern shores
of beautiful Lake Champlain bordering the edge of the Adirondack Park. Each year,
Burlington welcomes thousands of visitors traveling to the Lake Champlain Valley
and the Adirondack mountains of upstate New York. The city of Burlington
is famous for its quintessential charm and architectural beauty and is consistently
ranked as one of the top places to live in the United States.
here to learn more about Burlington Middlebury,
was originally chartered in 1761 and is
a Shire Town (county seat) of Addison County located in the heart of Vermont dairy
country. Middlebury is also home to the highly accredited Middlebury College and
represents the quintessential New England college town complete with village green
and historic architecture. The
famous poet Robert Frost spent the last 23 summers of his life in the countryside
outside Middlebury which is why, today, Middlebury is affectionately known as
"Frost" country. Click
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New York Westport
is truly one of the most scenic towns on Lake Champlain providing picturesque
views of both the Adirondack high peaks of New York and the Green Mountains in
is a quaint 19th Century Village offering visitors everything from a full service
marina and 18-hole championship golf course to numerous public parks and a lovely
village green boasting a classic 1885 library.
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Adirondacks have been a summer destination for golfers for over one hundred years.
It is a golfers paradise with several world class courses
for you to choose from. From scenic Highland Park , to 45 hole Lake Placid Club
, to smaller Saranac Lake Golf Club and Westport Country Club, you won't be disapointed
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Placid Golf Package
Lake Placid summer golf packages . Lake Placid
offers hundreds of links and spectacular golf in the heart of the Adirondacks.
Award-winning courses offer a unique variety of golf for players of all abilities
in a truly breathtaking mountain setting.
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Area Golf Courses
Point Golf & Country Club
Second Oldest Resort Golf Course” Designed by A.W. Tillinghast 75 Bluff Point
Dr Plattsburgh, NY 12901 (518) 563-3172
Lake Municipal Golf Course
Club House Dr, Schroon Lake - (518) 532-9359
Shop 793-3711 for Tee-times
Conveniently located near beautiful Lake George,
overlooking the Adirondack Mountains.Eighteen superbly maintained holes Surrounded
by Adirondack Mountains Driving Range and Putting Green Priced low for family
budget Early Bird Special - June thru August
Park Country Club
Haviland road, Queensbury, NY
Pro Shop (518)761-4653
Tee Times available
7 days in advance (518) 761-4653
Hiland Park Country Club pro shop is a fully
stocked pro-line golf center and club fitting facility.
holes over 6,544 yards with a par of 72 (Public) Liberty Street Westport, NY 12993
Hill Golf Course
Hill Course 9 holes over 3,033 yards with a par of 35 (Municipal) RR 9 Elizabethtown,
NY 12932 (518) 873-6555
Placid Golf Package
Wood Golf Course - Lake Placid
518-523-9811 877-999-9473 (In Season)
Wood Golf Course offers a challenging round of golf in a spectacular setting.
Designed by Seymour Dunn in 1925, this carefully maintained municipal course is
strategically carved into the Adirondack countryside. It’s the perfect opportunity
for a great round of golf.
Placid Club Golf Courses -
Tee Times: 518-523-4460 800-874-1980 Lake Placid
amidst towering white pines in the heart of Adirondack splendor the historic Lake
Placid Club offers unique real estate that is stunning in its natural beauty and
rich with recreational opportunities. The Club comprises over 900 acres of land
providing a variety of exclusive Adirondack homes, Condominiums and lots with
an unmatched range of amenities - including 45 holes of championship golf - and
conveniently located close to the center of the village of Lake Placid.
Club & Resort Golf Course -
518-523-2551 1-800-422-6757 Lake Placid
Club Golf Course is one of the most notable and majestic golf courses in the eastern
United States. Built in 1898 on the shores of Lake Placid, it soon became the
course of royalty, move stars and famous sports figures.
Inn Golf & Country Club -
518-891-1402 Saranac Lake
Saranac Inn Golf and Country Club was founded at the turn of the century and designed
by renowned Scottish Pro and Architect Seymour Dunn. The course was designed using
the natural terrain to provide a wonderful golfing experience, with spectacular
mountain views, pure mountain air and a memorable fragrance emanating form the
balsams that line the course.
Lake Golf Club -
518-891-2675 Ray Brook
friendly 9-hole course on route 86, between Saranac Lake and Lake Placid fun for
both novice and experienced golfers. Offers a complete practice facility. 518-891-2675.
White Water Rafting
Each year as the snow melts from the mountains
and pours massive amounts of water into the rivers the white water rafting season
begins. The Adirondacks have several world class rivers for rafters of all experience
levels. From the mighty Hudson River with its deep gorges to the scenic Moose
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