The Capital Region and the Adirondacks have a lot of great miniature golf courses to explore. There is nothing like going out for ice cream and some mini-golf on a summer day or night. Check out the coolest and most fun miniature golf courses!
Since March of 2020, three dozen colleges across the United States have shuttered their doors, according to insidehighered.com. Now, signs are pointing to possible troubles for a small college in the Adirondacks.
Stay where Mark Twain stayed in 1901. Sam Clements aka Mark Twain stayed in this cabin from June until October 1901 and wrote many stories including "A Double Barreled Detective Story". It's dubbed as a once-in-a-lifetime stay on the shores of Saranac Lake in the shadow of Mark Twain according to MarkTwainCamp.weebly.com. There is a private swimming area, dock, and canoes. You can explore, swim, go fishing, boat, have a picnic, or just relax. It seems remote but it's only two miles from the Village of Saranac Lake.
You can rent this peaceful retreat and historic Mark Twain Camp on Saranac Lake through Airbnb by clicking HERE.
See beautiful Lake George from every room in this Adirondack Rustic Home. The gorgeous expansive back deck has everything you need to gaze at spectacular Lake George. There is a stone wood fireplace and gas fire pit along with plenty of space for entertaining. This secluded, custom timber frame home is situated on over five acres. There is a primary suite with a floor-to-ceiling fireplace on the main level. The living room also features a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace. There is a custom kitchen with high-end appliances, a sunroom with a wet bar, and a half bath. There are three more bedrooms on the second floor and the lower level has a walkout for more space for entertaining. It features a living area, kitchenette, and full bathroom. This beautiful home is on the market for $1.725 million according to Zillow.com.
One of my favorite memories is going to Frontier Town in the Adirondacks. We always loved it when we would hop on the train and robbers would come alongside on horseback and try to take over. The rodeo was also a lot of fun. We made some great memories at Frontier Town. It has sat abandoned since 1998 but some of the attractions, yet overgrown, are still standing. Thanks to Antiquity Echoes' amazing video you can see what once was Frontier Town.