The Adirondacks and the surrounding areas here in New York state are known for camping. Since the coronavirus pandemic, the camping season has been up in the air. Slowly, the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) is starting to open certain campgrounds. Here's what's open and here…
As more and more activities start to re-open across New York state, camping is next on the list. Today (Monday, June 8th) you can reserve a campsite in all of the New York State Parks. There are some restrictions and reservations will fill up fast. Here's what you need to know.
A few weeks ago my family and I went glamping at the new Frontier Town. The New York State Parks took over the land and made it into a functional campground. I was so impressed with what they did with the old Frontier Town.
You know it's happened to you. You get to a party, Countryfest tailgate, camping, etc and bring bottles of the beverage of your choosing and find out that no one brought a bottle opener! It's okay, never fear, I can help!
Every time I drive up the Northway past exit 29, I see the old Frontier Town sign and reminisce about that theme park. Well now it's good to know that it has a whole new purpose as the Gateway to the Adirondacks.