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20 Reasons to come up to Long Lake & Raquette Lake in the Winter

Don’t let the weather fool you into thinking that we don’t have lots of activities happening in and around our area. Winter recreation has baffled many of us this season, but there are still tons of activities to do to get you out of your cabin fever funk and trying new things that you’ve never experienced before.

Check out this list of activities happening in our area kicking off this weekend Feb 27th – March 5th. There is definitely something for everyone. Look on the bright-side, the roads have been pretty clear all winter so the driving is a breeze!


20 Reasons to come up to Long Lake & Raquette Lake in the Winter
1. It looks different than it does in the summer.
2. People wearing hats are just funnier.
3. People not wearing hats when it’s cold outside look funny too.
4. People aren’t as busy in the winter, so they have more time to get to know you.
5. Lines are shorter at The Wild Center
6. You can spend more time hugging the bear at the Adirondack Hotel
7. Hoss’s and the ADK Trading Post sometimes double as aquariums (ask)
8. The seaplanes don’t get in the way of the view
9. The Winter Boat is actually the same as the Durant
10. Hot dogs and hot chocolate taste way better in February
11. The towns don’t really have a gate that locks up after Labor Day
12. We have electricity year round
13. Not everyone has chains on their tires
14. Cold air is rejuvinating
15. Plenty of dining options
16. Drinking craft beer in the winter is enriching
17. The quietness of the lakes is peaceful
18. You can visit with Bobby up at the ice skating rink and hear about his adventures in Alaska
19. You can see buckets attached to trees gearing up for early Maple Season
20. Hey Jude the Tribute plays a live Beatles Concert and that unto itself is super fabulous.


Geiger Arena Ice Skating Rink Hours
Friday 2:30pm – 10pm
Saturday 1pm – 10pm
Sunday 1pm – 6pm
Call 518-624-3031 for hours & conditions
Foosball and games available too in case of inclement weather.

Long Lake Public Library Weekend Hours
Call 518-624-3825
Fri: 9am – 5pm
Sat: 9am – 3pm

Raquette Lake Scavenger Hunt
When Saturday, Feb 27, 2016
Where Village of Raquette Lake
Meet in the village. Cash Prizes! Follow the list and score make the big win. Everyone welcome to participate!

The Ice Job by Raquette Lake Supply will also be happening during the RL Scavenger Hunt. Please be mindful of parking in the Village of Raquette Lake.

The Adirondack Cardboard Sled Racing Circuit, 1pm, Fern Park in Inlet
The Town of Inlet hosts the Fire & Ice Festival this weekend featuring the 4th race in the Adirondack Cardbaord Sled Racing Circuit. One step away from Nascar, this is a great family event!

Lebanese Night at The Cellar

Saturday, Feb 27, 2016
The Cellar Restaurant and Pub, 3 Kickerville Rd, Long Lake, NY 12847
All inclusive meal from $18.95 includes “Fattoush,” Bread Salad, Entree choices include “Samat Chicken” or “Kefta” and Dessert, “Namurra”

Do not miss out on this special dining experience in Long Lake, NY

Open Mike Night
Saturday, Feb 27, 2016
Adirondack Hotel On Long Lake, 1245 Main St, Long Lake, NY 12847, United States (map)
Always the last Saturday of every month. Musicians sign up and perform a max of three songs (and sometimes more) Hosted by Terry Chaikin. Rock and roll, folk, fiddle, bluegrass, originals, groups, and so much more. Everyone welcome to sign up. Great artists have been broken on this stage! (really!) Kicks off at 8pm-11pm.

Living with Beavers
Sunday, Feb 28, 2016
Adirondack Museum (map)
“Living with Beavers” with John Warren and Charlotte Demers
1:30 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 28
Museum Auditorium, 9097 State Route 30, Blue Mountain Lake, NY 12812
Admission is free for museum members, students, and children; $5 for non-members. Refreshments will be served.

Delve into the impact of human intervention on historic and contemporary beaver populations in the Adirondacks.

Adult/Kid’s Ice Fishing Derby
Saturday, Mar 5, 2016
Geiger Arena (map)
Registration 6am Geiger Arena
No entry Fee. Teams of Adult and Child under 15 fish the waters of Long Lake, Lake Eaton or South Pond. Cash Prizes for pike, perch, trout.
Registration at the Geiger Arena starts at 6am. Tip ups and lines in at 7am. Weigh in at 3pm at the Geiger Arena
Sponsored by the Long Lake Fish and Game Club.
Pizza served at weigh in. Cash prizes!

Winter Boat Customer Appreciation Day
Saturday, Mar 5, 2016
Raquette Lake Navigation Co. – Cruise & Dine on the W.W. Durant, Raquette Lake, NY 13436, United States (map)
End of the Season Customer Appreciation Party
5$ donation to RLFD and Ambulance fund gets you:
Draft beer and sangria
50/50 tickets with door prizes drawn all day
BBQ hamburgers and hot dogs

Hey Jude The Tribute
Saturday, Mar 5, 2016

Hey Jude the Beatles Cover Tribute Band warms helps bust Long Laker’s out of Cabin Fever with classic hits that span the 10 years of The Beatles. Full costumes and characters. Step back in time for a real authentic concert experience
$12 pre-sale or $15 at the door.
Tickets available from The Town of Long Lake
Checks payable to Town of Long Lake, PO Box 496, Long Lake, NY 12847

The Wild Center
Fridays – Sunday’s all winter
The Wild Center, 45 Museum Dr, Tupper Lake, NY 12986, United States (map)

The Wild Center is open every weekend in the winter from 10am – 5pm, Friday thru Sunday

Family Weekends
Every week will feature a different nature themed watercolor painting project in Moments, our interactive space where you can discover the intersections of nature and art. Grab a pair of snowshoes and hit the trails to explore on your own or on a guided naturalist walk or simply relax inside with The Wild Center’s river otters, a featured film and a warm beverage while you explore The Wild Center’s exhibits and see an Adirondack animal up close. Family Weekends are free for members or with paid admission which includes free use of snowshoes.

Winter Update on Long and Raquette Lake

On Tuesday Feb 9, 2016, the New York Times published an article titled “In Unfrozen Northern New York, Winter Isn’t the Same” . This winter season has brought forth a variety of fluctuating conditions to the Adirondacks resulting in inconsistent ice conditions and challenges for winter recreation.

Long Lake as seen on Monday, Feb 8th with a light coating of snow.

Long Lake as seen on Monday, Feb 8th with a light coating of snow.

Skating on the lake is not recommended which is why the Town of Long Lake boasts the Geiger Arena Rink located off Deerland Road at 6 Pavilion Way (across the street from the Post Office) The Geiger Rink is manned by fan favorite Bobby Helms, an avid ice fisherman and hockey player. He’s built the ice surface two or three times this winter and he anticiaptes old-man winter is finally here for good. Look for Adult Ice Hockey coming up on Thursdays. Call for conditions and hours 518.624-3031. Bobby will be open daily during President’s Week.

If you are seeking ice skating fun in Raquette Lake, look no further. Michael Bartow will be teaching ice skating at the Raquette Lake Winter Carnival starting at noon on February 13th near the site of the Raquette Lake Winter Carnival. Bring your own skates!

Long Lake is a widening in the Raquette River and there is strong current in and around inlets/outlets, brooks and under the bridge near the Long Lake beach. Stay away from brooks, streams, inlets/outlets, shorelines and dock bubblers.

Outlook for weekend looks cold.

Lake Eaton Ice Fishing Derby

Update on Conditions:

Event Organizers on Friday, Feb 12th say LAKE EATON DERBY is STILL ON. After mild conditions, winter weather has finally arrived. Weather temps will be -10F during day with -22 to – 30 wind chill. Hamilton County is under a wind chill warning. A wind chill warning means the combo of cold air and winds will create dangerously low wind chill values. This could result in frost bite, hypothermia if precautions not taken. Bundle up, layer and be prepared. The Long Lake Warming Hut/Weigh in station will be available for contestants to warm up. 4-wheelers and snowmobiles will be allowed on lake, but no trucks.

The Long Lake Fish and Game Club will be sponsoring an Ice Fishing Derby on Lake Eaton on Saturday, February 13th, 2016 from 7am until 3pm. Registration will open at 6am to 7am at the Mt. Sabattis Geiger Arena and Rink located at 6 Pavilion Way, entrance located across from the Long Lake Post Office on Deerland Road, NYS Route 30/28N in Long Lake, NY. The derby will take place via the Lake Eaton Campsite located at 1671 Tupper Road, NYS Route 30, Long Lake, NY 12847.

Ice Fishing Derby on Lake Eaton for Land-locked Salmon or trout

Ice Fishing Derby on Lake Eaton for Land-locked Salmon or trout

Registration is $25 a person. All contestants must have a valid NYS DEC fishing license. Prizes will be awarded for Land-locked Salmon, Lake Trout, and all other species of trout. Fishing at Lake Eaton will start at 7am and finish at 3pm. Last weigh in will be at the Lake Eaton Boat Launch at 3:15pm. This is a live-weigh in by weight first and length second in the event of a tie-breaker. Registration will be on-going throughout the day at the Lake Eaton Campsite Boat Launch and at the ADK Trading Post located at 1601 Tupper Road. Contestant numbers will be issued for Door Prizes and contestants must be present to win.

The awards will be given at the Long Lake Diner starting at 4pm.

The Long Lake Fish and Game Club will have coffee, hot chocolate and snacks at the weigh-in booth.

For updated information, ice conditions and more please check or or call 518-624-3077.

Registration and Rules



Bring Your Own Chainsaw to Raquette!

Punxsutawney Phil did NOT see his shadow at Gobbler’s Knob today, Feb. 2, 2016, Groundhog Day, and so Spring is just around the corner, but in Long Lake and Raquette Lake, we like to disagree.

While Mother Nature has been sparing with her precipitation this year, we make sure to plan plenty of activities to help pass the time of the long winter months.

Things to do in February, fan favorites are the Raquette Lake Winter Carnival, recently featured by I Love NY’s Twitter Feed!

I Love NY just featured Raquette Lake Winter Carnival in their Twitter Feed.

I Love NY just featured Raquette Lake Winter Carnival in their Twitter Feed.

It’s an old fashioned small town tradition. Events range from Spaghetti Dinner on Friday, followed up by fun family activities on Saturday from sledding, skating, golf, frying pan toss, kids events, fireworks on Saturday Night. Sunday doesn’t disappoint with it’s pancake breakfast, and the infamous cross-cut and chainsaw competition. These events can happen no matter mother nature’s mood!

Friday Feb 12th
Spaghetti dinner 5pm till gone $10 to benefit the Raquette Lake Ladies Aux all you can eat, Fire Hall
Saturday Feb 13
11am Kid’s activities
12pm Ladies Frying pan toss $$$ prizes
12-2 Kids ice skating with instructor Michael Bartow
2 pm Magician in the Library – To be Confirmed! Check back!
2pm Golf on the ice $$$ prizes
7pm Fireworks followed by tug-of-war
Sunday Feb 14th – Take your Valentine to Breakfast!
9am-noon Pancake breakfast the Fire Hall to benefit the Raquette Lake Ladies Aux $10 all you can eat
Noon- Cross cut and Chain saw competition $$$prizes (bring your own chainsaw)

(Personally I love when event copy reads “bring your own chainsaw” – just one more reason I love the ADK)

Now everyone always asks when the Ice Harvest in Raquette Lake is. Well, it’s again up to mother nature. We are going to be watching the temps and keeping an eye out, but the decision always rests with Raquette Lake Supply. They make the call and sometimes it’s a call that happens at the last minute. We promise to post the information when we get it. Keep an eye on the Facebook fan page for Raquette Lake for updates.

Long Lake kicks off President’s Week with an Ice Fishing Derby on Lake Eaton, a Basket Class and a week of fun-filled kids activities. For more details click on the calendar link, print it out and put on the fridge so you know what is coming up. We may be small, but we stay busy and everyone is invited to come play with us!

February Calendar of Events

Don’t forget to save the date, Hey Jude, a Beatles Tribute Band, returns to Long Lake on Saturday, March 5th at 7:30pm. Tickets available now $12 advance/ $15 at door. This project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrnt program of the New York State Council on the Arts with support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts.


Long Lake on WTEN News!

The Town of Long Lake NY Parks, Recreation and Tourism Department extends a huge thank you to Steve Caporizzo for featuring us on the News 10 ABC WTEN on Tuesday, December 22nd. The weather this year has been warmer than usual, but not to fear, it rained so much on Christmas Eve last year all our accumlation had disappeared, so don’t give up on our winter activities! We’re here and ready to kick it up.

We start off with New Years Eve, Free Transportation to our local establishments and parties from anywhere in town. Yes, free transport. Just call 518-323-5001 and Cindy and Diane will get you to where you need to be. It’s an all ages shuttle. Kids are invited to a New Years Eve Pizza Party at the Geiger Arena. Bobby Helms is our Ice Rink Attendant this year, and he’ll have games, Wii, movies, and pizza (yes, all free) for the kids! If it’s cold enough they can watch him start making ice. The Geiger Pizza Night is from 6pm – 10pm and the Little Bus will get the kids to and from so Mom and Dad can relax.

Christmas Display in Long Lake, NY December 2014.  What a difference a year makes.

Christmas Display in Long Lake, NY December 2014. What a difference a year makes.

Mid-December 2015. Christmas Display in Long Lake, NY.

Mid-December 2015. Christmas Display in Long Lake, NY.

The Feelin’ Long Lakey Polar Plunge to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project happens on Saturday, January 2nd, 2016 at 1pm. Registration Forms found here. Location: Long Lake Town Beach. Awards and Live Music at 2pm, Adirondack Hotel (right across the street)

We hope you join us!

Have a great holiday season. Here are the photos featured from Steve Caporizzo’s WTEN New 10 report tonight. Thanks!

From my family to yours!
Have a safe Holiday season! Come see us!
Alexandra Roalsvig and the whole Team at Long Lake Parks and Recreation
Cindy Black, Steph Hample, Erik Arsenault, Wayne Kavanaugh, Steven Laprairie and Bobby Helms.

New Years Eve Planning Tools Long Lake Style in the ADK

2016NYE poster

Long Lake has it going on for New Years. Dining options galore with high end choices. It will be a fantas-smic-gourmet experience. (yah, our skilled office staff invented that word.. well we think we did.. ok it was me and Bobby)

With a variety of choices from filet mignon, lobster tails, scallops, vegetarian options, desserts, speciality drinks. It would be cool if you snapped a photo and posted it instagram, #mylonglake would be great! Thanks in advance! Make your choice and reserve today. Look for The Cellar Restaurant and Pub, The Adirondack Hotel and the Long Lake Diner/Owls Head Pub.

Here are some highlighted reviews of our local places.

The Cellar Restaurant and Pub: Every time we eat at The Cellar it just keeps getting better! We came here twice during our recent stay at Long Lake. We are so happy we found this place. Our children loved it. Service was excellent and the food is very good.

The Long Lake Diner/Owls Head Pub: Great place for good food. Locally owned and operated restaurant and you won’t be disappointed. View is great too! Great food with generous portions. Service was excellent. Owners, Jim and Paula, know how to put on a great spread!

Adirondack Hotel: Felt welcome among the regulars. We enjoyed the food and excellent service. The menu options are always interesting. The dinner is always outstanding along with tasty and unusual appetizers. Don’t miss the gift shop.



Long Lake Diner Menu

Did someone say free bikey taxi? No, we don’t have those, but we do have the Little Bus. Visitors, and residents have rated their Little Bus experience 5-stars! My most recent, favorite Little Bus memory was meeting a group of Canadian travelers, spending the holiday in Long Lake. They were adventurous and pulled over on their travels throughout the area and decided to make it their New Years Eve destination, not knowing one thing about our community. The group of them, including children were keeping their eye on the bus. Folks were coming and going in large groups, and pairs. The bus would leave and return a few minutes later with new guests and sometimes some of the same people that just left.

Long Lake Little Bus provides free transportation on New Years Eve. 518.323.5001  This will be this new busses 1st time out on New Years Eve.  Let's give it a warm welcome.

Long Lake Little Bus provides free transportation on New Years Eve. 518.323.5001 This will be this new busses 1st time out on New Years Eve. Let’s give it a warm welcome.

Finally the guests asked a local on the porch, “What is with this traveling, little bus? Where does it go?” Clay, a local Long Laker, was exiting to catch the bus himself. He took a moment to clue the visitors in on the secret and he’s over the moon to introduce new people to the Little Bus. He insists they get on the bus and he’ll take them up the street to they can check out the appetizers. The family was appreciative of the hospitality, they raved, “This is the friendliest town we’ve ever been in. You are the nicest people.”

The options for the little bus are easy. Call the number, make sure you know where you are and you’ll be picked up. Riders can take it anywhere within town limits. It can hop from the skating rink, to the town beach to all the businesses in between and even your grandparents house on Kickerville Lane.

Ride the Little Bus and enjoy all the options without the burden of driving. Yes, its free and yes you can call it and the driver will pick you up at your home or lodging. New number for 2016 is 518-323-5001 Bring the whole family, invite friends, have a Long Lake Family reunion for New Years Eve. We promise, it will be an evening you’ll never soon forget.

If you need a place for the kids, look no further than the Geiger Arena. Movies, Wii Games, wifi and skating and sledding until 10pm. The kids can go by the Little Bus and they’ll get to their destination safely. Bobby will be serving up pizza, drinks, hot chocolate and pizza.

Polar Plunge is a tricked out time to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project.

Polar Plunge is a tricked out time to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project.

Stay for a few nights and round out the stay with the Polar Bear Plunge on January 2nd, 2016. It’s an experience unto itself. Singles and Teams dress up in fun costumes and leap into the frosty waters of Long Lake on their mission to support The Wounded Warrior project. The banter from MC Peter Michael Marino will have you on the floor (or the sand and / or snow – because we’re on a beach) This is the 4th year for the Long Lake event and the goal is to raise $4000 to make Long Lake’s Donation total over the last four years exceed $20,000.

We hope you consider making Long Lake your destination for New Years Eve and stay a little longer after that!

For other activities look no further than a stop at iconic Adirondack landmark, Hoss’s Country Corner. Check out newly opened Adk Growl and Grub (located behind Hoss’s), grab a panini at the ADK Trading Post, a Reiki Session with Dina Kennedy and a nice bottle of speciality wine from Ali Babas Liquors. And then there’s plenty to do, drive around and explore our region, you’ll never know what you find around the corner.

Idea!  Selfies at the LL Town Beach Gazebo #mylonglake

Idea! Selfies at the LL Town Beach Gazebo #mylonglake

Idea! Selfies at the LL Town Beach Gazebo #mylonglake[/caption]
Seek your experiences with a selfie at Buttermilk Falls or in front of the Holiday Gazebo at the Long Lake Town Beach.

Lodging Available
Shamrock Motel & Cottages 518.624.3861 – Incredible lake views, serene sunsets and a place to call your home away from home.
Adirondack Hotel 518.624.4700. Offering hotel rooms, suites, and an appealing variety at this historic Adirondack hotel.
Journey’s End. 518-624.5381 Private winterized cabin with full kitchen available with incredible views of Long Lake. Loft space, room for the entire family.

Post written by Alexandra Roalsvig. Alex is the Long Lake Tourism Director in charge of Parks & Recreation. She’s a native Long Laker having returned home after a 20 year stint in New York City and New Jersey. She’s married, raising two kids and hosting a foreign exchange student for the academic year. When she’s not feeding her dog, kitten and family, she’s taking photos and spending a lot of time admiring the view of the lake and mountains. You will find her spending lots of time on facebook, instagram and twitter planning events, taking care of the people and making sure everyone coming to Long Lake has a memorable time.

For more information about our events or lodgings, call us at 518.624.3077 or email us if its after hours!

New Years Eve/Polar Plunge Destination Weekend

December 26th – January 3rd, 2016

Sometimes you just want to do something adventurous, different, spontaneous, and get away from it all? Try this itinerary for a Destination Getaway Weekend that will go down in the books. We promise, it will! And the more friends you bring with you, the better!

Polar Plunge is the culmination of Destination New Years!

Polar Plunge is the culmination of Destination New Years!

Plan an early winter escape to the Adirondacks and make Long Lake your go to destination for lodging, dining and the spot to launch your Adirondack Winter Getaway. A variety of fun events and experiences are at your finger tips. Enjoy free ice skating, x-c skiing, sledding, Trivia Night, museums, movies, and fun New Years Eve Bashes at our area restaurants. Finish off your stay with the coldest, bone-chilling event of the year, the 4th Annual Feelin’ Long Lakey Polar Plunge to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project.

The Cellar will be hosting Trivia on 12/30. Always a fun and competitive event, join us for dinner and trivia and get schooled in unusual facts and fun. The Cellar Restaurant and Pub will be having their annual New Year’s Eve Dinner of filet mignon, lobster tails, Eric’s homemade desserts and more. Reservations are available for 5:30, 6:30, 7:30, 8:30 pm. Click here for menu

The Cellar Restaurant & Pub
3 Kickerville Lane
Long Lake, NY 12847

The Long Lake Diner/Owls Head Pub offers a menu for New Years Eve. Prime rib, stuffed lobster tails, Chicken French, Blackened Salmon, Fettucine Alfredo with choice of Shrimp, Chicken or Vegetable. All dinners include a choice of soup and dessert. Call 518.624.3941 to make reservations. Click here for more menu.

The Long Lake Diner/Owls Head Pub
1161 Main STreet
Long Lake, NY 12847

Dining & Lodging
On New Year’s Eve, December 31st The Adirondack Hotel will be open for lunch from 11am – 4pm and a special dinner menu in the main dining room. Menu to be announced. Dance your way to midnight with music kicking off at 9pm until after midnight.

Adirondack Hotel Long Lake, NY 12847 518-624-4700

The Adirondack Hotel is the oldest operating hotel in the Adirondacks offering beautiful rooms with panoramic views of Long Lake and the surrounding mountains. There is something for everyone, including an apartment, big enough to have a mini-family reunion.

The Feelin’ Long Lakey Polar Bear Plunge awards and wrap-up party will be at the Adirondack Hotel on Saturday, January 2nd, approximately 2pm immediately following the plunge at the Long Lake Town Beach. Come on by for a hot toddy and great camaraderie after the Polar Plunge!

Shamrock Motel and Cottages
Motel units, Efficiencies, or Cottages
1055 Deerland Road / POB 205
Long Lake, New York 12847
518 624 3861 (fax: 518 624 9803)
518.624.3861 | Visit Our Website: Shamrock Motel Website | E-mail: Email Us

Journey’s End Lodging will be open for bookings for Destination New Years 2016. Reservations for 3 nights at $500.
Journey’s End Lodging is now under new ownership.
Nancy Kranich and Jorge Schement, Proprietors
Property Location:
941 Deerland Rd.
Long Lake, NY 12847
732-306-3535 (c)

Events & Attractions:

Trivia Night
Wednesday, December 30th, 7pm
The Cellar Restaurant and Pub
Sponsored by the Town of Long Lake

New Years Eve
Celebrate at our local establishments. Fine Dining, Live Music, and celebrations galore
Free Bus Service/Transportation 518-480-8846 starting at 5pm until last call

Feelin’ Long Lakey Polar Bear Plunge
To Benefit the Wounded Warrior Project
Registration Polar Plunge
Saturday, January 2, 2016, 1pm
Long Lake Town Beach
Teams and Individuals raise funds and win trophies for Most Funds Raised by Individual or Team, Best Costumes.
Hosted by MC Peter Michael Marino
Special thanks to the Long Lake Rescue Squad and the Long Lake Fire Department

Feelin’ Long Lakey Polar Plunge

Mt. Sabattis Geiger Arena & Sledding Hill
The Town of Long Lake offers free ice skating, hockey and sledding. Hours of operation during the holidays are 12pm – 5pm, 6pm – 10pm. Concessions, popcorn, hot chocolate and family fun. Plan a birthday party, or a hockey night with our ice rink attendant. Traveling to town and you forgot your skates? Don’t worry, we’ve got plenty for guests to borrow. Enjoy skating at night under the canopy of the stars on our outdoor rink.

The Wild Center
Special Holiday Hours December 26th – 31st and January 2nd, 10am – 5pm
45 Museum Drive, Tupper Lake, NY 518-359-7800
Do not miss amazing exhibits telling the story of the natural history of the Adirondacks. Live animals including otters and fish. Check out Planet Adirondack, an entire hall dedicated to the giant globe experience from a space-age view. The Panoramas Theater features screenings of Ride of the Mergansers and Wild Adirondacks. For more information about exhibits visit

Ekaterina Gordeeva “From the Heart” Tribute Ice Show
Wednesday, December 30, 2016, 7pm
Lake Placid Olympic Arena
On Wednesday, December 30th, 2015, 7:30pm figure skater Ekaterina Gordeeva will present with fellow Olympic gold medal winning skaters Scott Hamilton, Kristi Yamaguchi, Meryl Davis & Charlie White, Ilia Kulik and David Pelletier, silver medalist Paul Wylie and World Champion Yuka Sato. Proceeds from the performance will benefit the American Heart Association.

Affordable Skiing Options Stay in Long Lake – the ideal central locaiton to indulge in affordable skiing packages, ideal for families on a budget.

Ski Big Tupper – Tickets are $25

Ski Oak Mountain – Lift Tickets are under $25 and rentals are affordable too and they have tubing.
So spend one day at Big Tupper and One Day at Oak Mountain!

Plenty to do, see and explore. Stay in Long Lake, NY to maximize your stay. It’s the launching pad for your winter exploration and a great escape to the mountains.

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