Enjoy the numerous attractions, historic sites, activities and entertainment just minutes from Coldbrook RV Park. Here are just a few of our suggestions …
Saratoga Performing Arts Center is a large amphitheatre located in Saratoga Springs, New York, on the grounds of Saratoga Spa State Park. It presents summer performances of classical music, jazz, pop and rock, country, comedy, dance, opera, as well as a Wine & Food Festival.
Thoroughbred racing has no finer setting than Saratoga Race Course, which was opened over 150 years ago. Named one of the world’s greatest sporting venues by Sports Illustrated, the past comes alive in the historic grandstand every summer as fans experience not only the best in racing, but the unmatched ambience and charm of historic Saratoga Springs.
Take a look at all the amazing things to do while at The Great Escape — from pulse-pounding roller coasters to gentler options for tots. Cool off at Hurricane Harbor and beat the heat! There is always something exciting going on at The Great Escape — seasonal festivals, engagingly entertaining educational events and out-of-this-world live performances.
Step back in time at Fort William Henry and experience what it was like to be at the outpost in the wilderness in 1757; the hardships and fears of being the front line in defense of the British Colonies from French invaders. Talk with those that were there!
Lake George is the crown jewel of Adirondack waters, and a ride on a boat cruise is a great way to take in all 32-miles of the lake. Travelers who wish to explore the length of Lake George can cruise the lake from stern to bow, or take specialty cruises that focus on the lake’s islands or history.
The million-dollar half-mile is 4 centers comprised of 5 malls. The Outlets at Lake George East and West, French Mountain Commons Outlet Center, The Log Jam Outlet Center, The Adirondack Outlet Mall.
Prospect Mountain is one of the most popular hikes in the Lake George Region at roughly 3-miles round trip. Because its steep grade makes it quite difficult in spots, this hike is not recommended for young children. Upon reaching the summit 2,030 feet above sea level, hikers will be rewarded with 100-mile views of Lake George and the Adirondacks.
Some additional suggestions:
Golfing, Horseback Riding in the Adirondacks, White Water Rafting, or a visit to one of the region's top museums including The Hyde Collection, the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame, the National Museum of Dance, and many others.