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FALL

The sweet smell of autumn embraces the air.  Crisp colors, brilliant foliage.  The season is simply not to be missed.  Leaf peepers venture on our scenic byways.  Pick a hike, Fall's cool temperatures make it ideal for a wilderness experience. Check the leaf peeping schedule to embrace the

vibrancy of the fall colors.   Pack a picnic for Buttermilk Falls, hike up Owl's Head, visit our musems, take in a show or paddle the Raquette River.  Seaplane rides, boat cruises, bike rides, hiking, camping you name it. We welcome visitors all year long.

FALL
    • Harvest Festival Craft Fair:

      Harvest Craft Fair. Craft Fair 10pm – 4pm.

      Long standing craft fair with handmade american made items. The Long Lake Harvest Craft Fair offers a unique craft marketplace showcasing the brightest talents in contemporary craft and design. Our fair highlights an eclectic array of both experienced and emergent designers producing one-of-a-kind and limited edition goods in a wide variety of media with a special focus on Adirondack crafted treasures. Please call ahead. 518.624.3077

      Columbus Day Weekend. Long Lake Town Hall, 1204 Main, Street, NYS Route 30, Long Lake 10am – 4pm.
    • Fall Leaf Peeping Hikes:

      Join Guide Joan Collins on a hike into Lows Ridge/Hitchen’s Pond for a dynamic fall view of the High Peaks. Terrain is easy to moderate. Hike happens Saturday, September 24, 2016. Limited space available. Must reserve.

      Long Lake Little Bus transportation is available.
      See Calendar of Events for dates & info departure 8am

      Call 518.624.3077 for more information.

      Located at the Long Lake Town Offices | 1130 Deerland Road, Long Lake, NY 12847 | Call 518-624-3077 for more info.
    • Labor Day Celebration:

      Chicken BBQ Fundraiser, always the Saturday right before Labor Day, rain or shine at Long Lake Mt. Sabattis Pavilion, 4 pm til’ we sell out. Includes: 1/2 chicken (plain available upon request), corn-on-the-cob, coleslaw, potatoes, b& roll w/butter. Kid’s meal (age 10 and under) Includes: hot dog, corn, coleslaw, potatoes, & baked beans. All soda and water. Take-out is available. Proceeds to benefit the LLVFD. The Fulton Chain Gang will also be performing at 6pm and fireworks are at dusk.

      Mt. Sabattis Pavilion, 46 Pavilion Lane, Long Lake
    • 90 Miler:

      The second day of this paddling event kicks off at Endion on September 10th. Pick a spot at the Long Lake Bridge to watch as the parade of atheletes paddle down Long Lake. The athletes race year after year in this competition of strength and endurance. Blistered hands, focused minds, sychronized paddling are all in evidence as the race kicks off. Paddlers escort their canoes through brush and bushes to launch beach side. The horn is sounded and the race is off.

      Visit Their Website: Adirondack Watershed Alliance
    • Long Boat Regatta:

      Last Saturday in September.
      September 24, 2016.
      A competitive paddling event featuring war canoes and C4 boats kicks off from the Long Lake Town Beach at 11am. Registration opens on the porch of the Adirondack Hotel at 9am – 10:30am. Paddlers from all over the north east converge on this fun, yet competitive event for a $5000 purse. A great place to get your last big paddle in before the cold air totally dominates the waters.

      Division Entry Fee
      Amateurs $30/person
      AWA Members $25
      Voyager “PRO” Class $300/canoe

      Located at the Long Lake Town Beach | Rt 28N/30 Long Lake, NY 12847 | Call 518-624-3077 for more info.
      Long Lake Town Beach, Long Lake
    • The Great Drive & Leaf Peeping:

      September and October are most picturesque month of the year. The maples, beeches and other hardwoods close out the season, not with a whimper, but with a blaze of glory. Reds, yellows, oranges and other various shades mix with the greens of the pines, spruce and balsam to present the visitor and resident alike eye pleasing vistas. While other areas boast of the vibrant colors, the Adirondacks actually have them. Peak color in the Long Lake and Raquette Lake area is generally a little earlier than many other areas with mid September into early October presenting the visitor with the most color.