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Andelyn Farm is surrounded by natural beauty and there’s lots to do and see in with something for everyone.
In spring and summer you can spend your day fishing in one of our ponds or streams, hiking miles of trails, following the off-road ATV trails, kayaking, canoeing or sailing nearby on the great lakes of the area or climbing the mountains close by. Join us for the hunting season, there is almost always an open season. Hunters must have proper permits, and be within their season to take game in New York State. Take a scenic drive through the mountains to Lake George and Adirondack State Parks, just a short drive away.
In the fall the fabulous display of leaf colors is a sight to be seen. As well as the local colors, we are an ideal base for leaf-peeping tours of nearby Vermont and New Hampshire.
In winter why not skate on our 4-acre lake, (weather and ice permitting), snowmobile over miles of local trails (Andelyn Farm actively supports the local Snowmobiling club) or skiing in the nearby mountains? Andelyn Farm is in easy reach of these ski areas:
If relaxation is what you’re looking for, you can read a book on the patio overlooking our lake or enjoy a glass of wine under the stars. With incredible scenery and top of the line amenities, Andelyn Farm is sure to offer you the perfect getaway.
All within easy reach for day trips during your stay
In 2017, Governor Andrew Cuomo launched the Empire State Trail to promote outdoor recreation, encourage healthy lifestyles, support community vitality, and bolster tourism-related economic development.
The 750-mile Empire State Trail showcases New York’s special places, diverse history, and iconic landscapes.
The Trail welcomes bicyclists and walkers of all ages and abilities to experience the Empire State’s urban centers, village main streets, rural communities, and diverse history, from New York City through the Hudson River Valley, west to Buffalo along the Erie Canal, and north to the Champlain Valley and Adirondacks.
The Slate Valley Museum celebrates the history and culture of the quarrying community that was established along the New York-Vermont border in the 1800s. Many Slate quarries are still in operation, producing most of the colored roofing slate in the United States today.
The Slate Valley Driving Tour booklet provides you with detailed maps and many points of interest to ensure you can take in the heart of the Slate Valley. The driving tour takes about 2 hours and covers about 45 miles. The tour starts at the Slate Valley Museum and loops you back to Granville after covering the heart of the Slate Valley through New York and Vermont
New York’s Oldest U-Pick Orchard and a Family Tradition since 1905. Located in Granville, New York, in the Lower Adirondack Region on the New York/Vermont border, Hicks Orchard is a great place to spend a lazy summer day picking cherries, blueberries or an entire day during the fall apple harvest enjoying the best that eastern New York has to offer. Whether you’re picking your own fruit, tempting your taste buds with hot cider donuts, watching apple cider being pressed in the cider mill, visiting the barnyard animals or making a scarecrow to take home, Hicks Orchard has something for everyone.
The Aerial Tree Top Adventure course is an elevated obstacle course set in the beautiful Adirondack Mountains and securely suspended between the trees at 10 to 60 feet off the ground. Some of the features of the course include giant Tyrolean Zip lines, suspended bridges, swinging surprises, Tarzan swings, nets and much more.
The Festival takes place in September in Queensbury NY. Hundreds of hot air balloons take to the sky. There will be balloons of all shapes and sizes. Watch from the ground as they take off into the sky or go for a ride and see a view you won’t soon forget!
June 7 – 12 2021. Americade is the world’s largest multi-brand motorcycle touring rally attracting over 100,000 annually. Come and see the expo, the demos, fun entertainment and enjoy the guided rides.
The fair brings together the best of everything, entertainment, 4-H displays, food, music, great rides and more animals than anywhere else! Enjoy the experience of Washington County, its people, its rural character and its great agricultural traditions. The Washington County Fairgrounds host a number of additional events throughout the year.
A 300-seat, four-wall rental and producing theater with 30,000 square feet for traditional to cutting-edge music, theater, dance, comedy, lectures, meetings, and seminars.
The Charles R. Wood Theater’s mission is to promote cultural and artistic endeavors, thereby fostering the economic development and improving the quality of life within the greater Glens Falls, NY area.
Saddle-up and enjoy the best bull-riding, bucking-broncos and cowgirl barrel racing ever! The Painted Pony offers excitement, fun and finger lickin’ Texas style Barbeque all as part of the evening entertainment. The Rodeo season runs July – Labor day weekend. And you can see them perform at the Washington County Fair every August. This will be a memorable evening for Cowboys and Cowgirls alike. Coupons are always available.
The Rathbun’s family have been making maple sugar products for over 40 years. Their popular restaurant serves breakfast pancakes and waffles and French toast. During early Spring, or “Sugaring Time” you can watch the process of making the maple syrup. You can even take a sleigh ride through the snow.
Our winter campers may enjoy these local mountains. Southern Vermont skiing at Bromley, Stratton, Magic Mountain and Okemo is less than an hour away.
Theme park with great water park, water slides, roller coasters, season passes recommended – always coupons available.
The Fun Spot features Go Karts, mini golf, laser tag and roller skating.
The Annual Adirondack Wine & Food Festival is held in June at Lake George! The Festival showcases some of the best wineries, breweries, distilleries, artisan food vendors, crafts and food trucks New York has to offer!
A picturesque New England region nestled in the Southwestern most corner of Vermont, the geographic designation may be Bennington County but in recent years residents and visitors alike have come to affectionately call this area, the Shires of Vermont.
This beautiful region between the Taconic and Green Mountains has the unusual distinction of having two “shire” towns, traditionally referred to as county seats. Anchored by Bennington, the South Shire, and Manchester, the North Shire, the region is a collective of 15 quintessential Vermont towns and villages connected by a scenic ribbon of highway known as Historic Route 7A (now the Shires of Vermont Byway).
Surrounded by Vermont’s famous mountain range and enriched by the many waterways including the Battenkill and Walloomsac, The Shires of Vermont is world-renowned as a four-season destination for those seeking the authentic Vermont experience. Equally attractive to both residents and visitors of the area is the relative closeness to major metropolitan areas including New York City, Hartford, Boston, Northern New Jersey, the Berkshires and Canada.
Tubby Tubes offers Lazy River tubing with guides and shuttle bus service in the summer and snow tubing on handcrafted, unique, bobsled-like runs in the winter.
For thirty years, patrons have been testing their skills on our well designed golf holes, experiencing the rush of white water from cascading waterfalls and streams, enjoying elaborate and lush landscaping, delighting in pirate themed decors and props, and appreciating the cleanliness and attention to detail.
Lumberjack Pass Miniature Golf is the ultimate miniature golf in Lake George, NY! Lumberjack Pass Mini Golf features 18 challenging championship holes in a beautiful Adirondack setting.