Outdoor recreation is always nearby

Visitors can the buffalo and shopp for bison products, fresh produce, baked goods and souvenirs. A line of rustic furniture has been added to the gift shop.

For information call 532-9466 or go online at www.AdirondackBuffaloCompany.com

Up Yonda Farm is a popular destination in Bolton Landing.

Up Yonda Farm offers 73 acres with a spectacular view overlooking Lake George. Public nature programs on a variety of topics are presented year round. Natural history exhibits featuring a diorama with native mammals and birds are housed in the museum. People can also watch for wildlife outdoors as they hike along woodland trails. There are perennial gardens, including a butterfly garden from June to September. Special programs for groups are available by reservation.

Up Yonda Farm is operated by Warren County Parks, Recreation & Railroad. For information call 644-9767 or go online at www.upyondafarm.com

Those just looking to relax can find a unique opportunity at The Woodland Coffee & Tea Room. It's located at 204 Hog Back Road in Crown Point - a remote, yet spectacularly-beautiful spot in the Adirondack woods.

The Woodland Coffee & Tea Room emphasizes the pleasure found in beautiful everyday treasures such as linen and dishes and the joy of using gifts with sentimental importance.

Margot Anello had always enjoyed baking, but even more so, watching the enjoyment others found in tasting her creations. The combination of her upbringing, multicultural background, and worldly adventures helped shape The Woodland's cuisine into a blend of cultural tastes, with influences from all across the world.

The Woodland Coffee & Tea Room is open by appointment only and can be reached by calling 597-3970 or online at www.thewoodlandroom.net

The Seagle Colony in Schroon Lake is also available to entertain people this summer.

Four productions comprise Seagle Music Colony's mainstage season at the Oscar Seagle Memorial Theatre, beginning with Jerry Herman's classic Broadway musical Hello, Dolly! which ran to July 2.

Vote on this Story by clicking on the Icon


Use the comment form below to begin a discussion about this content.

Sign in to comment