6000 US 11
Canton, NY 13617
Phone: (315) 386-1161
Fax: (315) 386-2515
Offers six hour charters with a donut, coffee, whole sub, and soft drink from a local deli included.
The Mac Johnson Wildlife Area is a beautiful vast land that is spreads over an area of 1,310 acres (532 hectares). Featuring wetlands and lush green forests, this wilderness area is certainly worth a visit.
The Cornwall Motor Speedway is a dirt racing track that is always abuzz with activities. Races, special events and other programs are a regular feature here. For racing schedule and other details, check website.
This area offers the convenience of full service guided or self guided canoe, hiking, fishing and hunting trips.
Capt. Pat Snyder guides you through international waters on his boat, which is fully equipped for comfort and safety. Capt. Snyder specializes in pike, bass, walleye and muskie fishing trips. A-Bay Fishing Charters supplies all rods, reels and tackle for your fishing trip. There are two daily charters.
Offers fishing and river tours equipped with the latest in electronics, fishing gear, and safety equipment. There is a heated cabin and restroom. Large groups can be accommodated.
Have an exciting adventure with this company offering canoeing, kayaking, outfitting, guide boats and shuttle service.
Adirondack Connections is an all-season, fully insured private guide and trip planning service specializing in small group outdoor adventures for individuals, women, couples/partners and families. They offer lightweight backpack, paddle, hike, and camping trips during the spring, summer and fall seasons.
This istoric golf course and marina complex on Wellesley Island also offers lodging and restaurants.
This country club golf course offers challenging play and beautiful grounds as well as lessons, a pro shop and riding carts.
The Saranac Inn Golf and Country Club features spectacular mountain views and is considered to be one of the most challenging resort courses in the Northeast. The motel overlooks the first tee and there is a restaurant and lounge.
The 2200-ft. (680m) Mount Frederica resides in the majestic Adirondacks and it sits as a backdrop to magnificent Lake Lila. The small mount is a popular place for hikers and rock climbers as well as those visiting the lake. Both the lake and mountain are technically located in the William C. Whitney Wilderness Area, about a 3 hour drive from downtown Albany. To reach the summit, visitors should take the Lake Lila Trailhead until they find the sign to the summit. From there it's 1.5 miles to the top.