Memorial Day to Labor Day enjoy various fun activities.These vary from day to day and include squiggle count,flashlight egg hunts,rock painting,scavenger hunts,discover the face egg ,hoop toss,ball toss with our KOA cutout bear,etc..There is also story and coloring time for the younger children.
White Water Rafting 4 different companies thrilling family trips and rafting adventures
Golf Courses Bay Meadows in Queensbury - 9 holes Bend of the River Hadley - 9 holes Cronin's Resort Warrensburg - 18 holes Hiland Golf Club Queensbury - 9 and 18 holes Queensbury country Club Queensbury - 18 holes Top of the World Lake George - 9 and 18 holes
Horseback Riding Bennett's Riding stables Lake Luzerne Wild West Ranch and Western Town Lake George
Skating Skateland Queensbury roller skating, lasar tags, and water slides
Drive-In Movie Relive your teen years.Take the kids to a drive in Rt 9 Queensbury
Mini Golf Around the World and Around the US Lake George Goony Golf Lake George Lumberjack Pass Lake George Pirate's Cove Lake George
Caves Natural Stone Bridge and Caves Chestertown Walk and explore caves
Shopping Adirondack Outlet Mall Lake George Aviation Mall Glens Falls Factory Stores of America Outlet Center Lake George French Mt. Commons Lake George Wilton Mall Wilton/Saratoga
Waterslides Great Escape/ Splashwater Kingdom Queensbury Water Slide World Lake George Skateland Queensbury
Race Tracks Saratoga 2 tracks and Racino. Great affordable buffets daily.
Hiking: Prospect Mt, Hadley Hill
Relax with your morning paper,coffee,etc and send the kids up to watch morning cartoons and children's programming.
Every morning Mem Day to Labor Day enjoy a cup of hot coffee to benefit KOA Care Camps while you watch the morning news and weather..Plan your day' driving.
Knit a sweater for a bear(or crochet one) Patterns and yarn available at desk.We add our local Lioness club by knitting or crocheting sweaters for bears. These sweaters are donated to Double H Hole in the Woods which is a local campy for children with life threatening illnesses It is like the KOA Care Camps. .There is no charge to the children and the doctors and nurses are there full time.Each child is given a bear with one of our sweaters to take to chemo treatments,to take for shots,etc.The child then takes this bear home with them.
If you'd like to crochet or knit as a relaxation method as well as helping a nation wide charity.Please ask at desk for yarn and hooks/needles. We participate in the Warm Up America program. You may have heard of this in some of Debbie Mccumber books or on her website. It is a simple thing to do- just knit or crochet a block 7inches by 9inches.Thats it.I am chairman of this for our local Lioness club. All of the blocks, are sewn together and bordered and donated to our local veterans hospital in Albany,NY. In previous years we have donated the finished afghans to homeless shelters,safe havens for homeless women and young children etc. . You may even find a similar program in your area.
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