Adirondack Pines B&B and Vacation Rentals

1257 Valentine Pond Rd, Adirondack, New York, 12808, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 1257 Valentine Pond Rd, Adirondack, is near Natural Stone Bridge and Caves, Avalanche Lake, Underground Railroad Trail, and Oswegatchie River.
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    Travel Blogs from Adirondack

    Our boat ride around Lake George

    A travel blog entry by mga60tw on Aug 11, 2014

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    We decided a boat ride would be a great way to see Lake George. Our boat was named Mohican, and gave us a great ride around the lake. The lake is 32 miles long as has lots of history. We were surprised at how populated the lake is with homes and just how popular the lake is for boaters. The state owns numerous islands where you can camp with limited amenities, but you must have a boat as that is the only way to ...

    Lake George, New York

    A travel blog entry by mga60tw on Aug 09, 2014

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    ... had seen. This was a resort owned by the YMCA. It is a place a lot of family's come to relax and join in good old family activities.

    On the drive to the YMCA we saw several nice little towns, Bolton and Bolton Landing. All the little towns along the lake have motels, restaurants and plenty of tourists.

    The Lake George area is hopping!!!
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    Exploring History at Crown Point

    A travel blog entry by mgsaulis on Aug 05, 2014

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    We were not excited about Vergennes. The water fall was nice, the town green community concert was cute, but the river was brown, the town was not vibrant and it was too hot. So we left early in the morning to make our way south to the Lake Champlain Bridge that was rebuilt and dedicated just a year ago. The trip down this narrow part of the lake was spectacular with the Adirondacks towering over us on our right and the ...

    Whitehall - Day 2

    A travel blog entry by mv_meander on May 18, 2014

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    ... were built here that were used in the important naval battles of Lake Champlain.

    Tomorrow (Monday) we plan to continue on the Champlain Canal to Fort Edward, New York. We have been informed that sections of the Erie Canal have been closed on account of the high water there. And rain is a major part of this week's forecast, so we may encounter some ...

    Chimney Point to Whitehall

    A travel blog entry by mv_meander on May 17, 2014

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    ... the narrower the lake got until it became the Poultney River and then the Champlain Canal

    We passed through our first lock of part 2 and docked in downtown Whitehall ( birthplace of the American navy) at their FREE ...