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Favorite Food Destinations in Old Forge

Feb
9

Favorite Food Destinations in Old Forge

While enjoying the majesty of the Adirondacks, it’s always important to make time to fill up the tank. With a number of great towns and villages nestled throughout the region, we have come to truly admire Old Forge as being a must stop. Old Forge has become the resident “watering hole” for those adventuring through […]

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Jan
26

Big Moose Lake

Big Moose Lake, at the head of Moose River, is a large lake about five miles north of Fourth Lake in the Adirondacks in upstate New York. It is a popular spot amongst tourists all year round: boating, water skiing and hiking in the summer; cross-country skiing and snowmobiling in the winter. Located in the […]

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Jan
20

36th Empire State Winter Games: February 4th – 7th 2016

At the Empire State Winter Games, you can enjoy multi-day sports events that are being held from February 4th through the 7th in various locations throughout the Adirondacks! Athletes throughout New York and other states across the U.S. will be competing in 19 winter sports. Some of those sports include snowshoeing, figure skating, bobsledding, ski […]

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Jan
17

Ice Fishing in the Adirondacks

Ice fishing is a popular sport in the Adirondacks. The hundreds of ponds and lakes that freeze over during the winter months make this region the perfect place to ice fish. Almost all of bodies of water in the Adirondacks are good potential ice fishing spots. People often don’t realize that ice fishing is a […]

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Jan
9

Adirondack Ice Bowl 2016

Every winter the Adirondack Ice Bowl is one of the most anticipated events of the season. Old Forge has solidified its place as one of the stops in the international series of pond hockey tournaments; players from all over the world come to the region to compete in a weekend long tournament. The competition is […]

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Jan
8

Adirondack Big Mountain Skiing

The Northeastern United States is world renowned for its phenomenal winter aesthetics. Pair that with the many remarkable winter activities, and the appeal broadens. While much of the region can boast both winter beauty and plentiful snow, The Adirondacks is surely at the front of the line compared to the competition. Specifically speaking, we can […]

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Dec
10

Real Estate Market in the Winter

If you are looking to purchase a home, the winter may be the best time. Studies show that the busiest time for house hunting is the summer. Everyone seems to have the idea that by putting his or her home on the market in the summer, they will have the most people looking at their […]

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Dec
3

Old Forge, New York

By Kristin Dowling There is a sign about 20 miles outside of Old Forge, New York that reads “Entering the Adirondack Park.”  As a child, this sign meant we were almost there!  It meant my summer of boating, swimming, and campfires under the sky lit skies had begun.  My friend John would always leave me […]

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Nov
23

Adirondack Cabins

Whether you call it a camp or a cabin, there’s no questioning owning one in the beautiful Adirondack Park region is a dream of many. Take a moment to check out a few of our listings that just may be the “dream” cabin (or camp) you have been looking for. Adirondack Cabins for Sale Seventh […]

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Nov
20

Tupper Lake – An Ideal Ski Destination

Tupper Lake is located 20 miles the well-known ski town, Lake Placid. Lake Placid was host to the 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympics which sealed its notoriety as a top destination for skiing. While this is great for tourism and economy in Lake Placid, those who are seeking an Adirondack lifestyle that includes skiing and […]

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