7 Northside Drive
Clifton Park, NY 12065
Phone: (518) 373-2255
Fax: (518) 373-7888
7 Northside Drive, Clifton Park, NY, US, 12065
- Phone: (518) 373-2255
- Fax: (518) 373-7888
The Boat House sells canoes, kayaks, and rowing shells. They have a large selection of paddles, life jackets, roof racks, books, videos, and other related materials. We also do canoe and kayak repair and customizing. They are conveniently located on the Mohawk River, allowing you to try out their boats on the water. They are closed on Sundays. They offer kayak and canoe rentals from May to October.
An 18-hole, family run facility complete with driving range, putting greens, restaurant, banquet facility, and pro shop. Cart, club and pull cart rentals available. Lessons are also available.
This multi-purpose facility offers indoor rock climbing, soccer, lacrosse, flag football and more. They are the home stadium for the Albany Admirals semi-pro soccer team and the Black Watch Premier Soccer organization.
The Frear Park Municipal Golf Course was named the Upper Valley winner for best golf course by Hudson Valley Magazine in 2003. It began as a 9-hole course in 1931 and later was expanded to 18 holes in 1964. Currently the course provides over 46,000 rounds of golf annually.
Uncle Sam Lanes offers 26 lanes of bowling fun with a sports bar. Enjoy league play for all ages and genders and they host kids' birthday parties.
Guided two-hour hike on wooded trails with adult and young llamas. Reservations are required. They also offer farm tours and educational visits.
This center offers diving and snorkeling equipment, service and quality instruction.
This beautiful course offers a challenging game in a unforgettable setting. Onsite are a bar, restaurant, driving range, lessons, pro shop and riding carts.
The 18-hole course features 2,315 yards of golf with a par of 55. The course also features a 40 tee driving range.
A challenging 18-hole course with a pro shop.
Washington Park is a one of the oldest parks in the entire United States. It was designated a park by city charter in 1686 and today it still remains a vibrant part of Albany. Designed by architects John Bogart and John Cuyler, the park with its lush green lawns, etched walkways and colorful flowers is a tranquil oasis downtown. This public park also serves as an entertainment venue and hosts variety of events like flower festivals, concerts, fund-raisers, ethnic festivals, and more.
If you are Downtown and just want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the government employees, try Hudson River Way and Riverfront Park. Go for a leisurely stroll, dock your boat, ride your bike, or relax in the 800-seat amphitheater. During the summer, enjoy the Alive at Five Thursday-evening concerts and in fall, the Albany Riverfront Jazz Festival takes place here. Open since 2002, this park offers plenty of events, a pedestrian bridge, great views of the city and the Hudson plus a chance to get to know the businesses in the lower part of Downtown.