Warrensburg, NY

Take pleasure in the turn-of-the-century ambiance of Warrensburg, a Southern Adirondack town and hamlet of the same name, located just five miles northwest of Lake George. Explore the many antique and gift stores, browse the assorted mix of coffee shops and restaurants, and see the Victorian homes that line Main Street. Stay in Victorian bed-and-breakfasts, wilderness cabins, budget-friendly motels, or one of the area's many campgrounds.

Schroon River in Warrensburg NY

Ready for action? Hike Hackensack Mountain. Go Rafting, kayaking, and canoeing on the Hudson and Schroon Rivers. Ski Hickory, located right in town (when natural snow allows), or treat yourself to a ski vacation at nearby Gore Mountain in North Creek. Hunt, fish, or go horeseback riding through the beautiful mountain scenery.

There are a number of popular events that take place in Warrensburg throughout the year, including the annual Bike Rally in June, the World's Largest Garage Sale in October, which features hundreds of vendors and thousands of visitors, and Christmas in Warrensburgh in December, which brings the whole town together, along with visitors, for a holiday celebration.

There is truly something for everyone to enjoy year-round in this bustling Adirondack community.

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Wild Waters Outdoor Center - Whitewater Rafting
Wild Waters Outdoor Center - Whitewater Rafting
Warrensburg, NY
Located in the Adirondack Mountains near Lake George New York, our whitewater rafting trips on The Hudson and Sacandaga rivers as well as our kayak programs are unmatched.
The Glen Lodge
The Glen Lodge
Warrensburg, NY
Pull up an Adirondack chair at The Glen Lodge B&B and take in the beauty and nature of the Adirondack Mountains. Combining modern comfort with rustic charm the Glen Lodge B&B is the perfect location for both the nature lover and outdoor enthusiast.
Adirondack Safari
Warrensburg, NY
Adirondack Safari offers a glamorous camping experience on the Schroon River in Warrensburg NY. Different size tents can sleep parties ranging from 2-6 people. Features include queen beds, futons, on-site bathroom facilities and showers, and more.
Glen-Athol Ride
The Glen-Athol Ride is a 21.8-mile bike route that begins in Warrensburg, NY, and follows the Hudson River north to The Glen. The rural bike path loops back down to Athol, and then returns to Warrensburg.
Hackensack Mountain
Warrensburg, NY
Hackensack Mountain is a small Adirondack mountain located in Warrensbug, NY and rises approximately 1,357 feet.
Rivers and Lakes Ride
See the waters of the Southeastern Adirondacks on the Rivers and Lakes Ride! This 41.2-mile cycling route begins in Warrensburg, NY, follows the Schroon River, and then passes by Loon Lake, Friends Lake, and the beautiful Hudson River.
The Grist Mill
Warrensburg, NY
Warrensburg Chamber Of Commerce
Warrensburg, NY
Dedicated to the economic growth and expansion in the Queen Village of the Adirondacks, Warrensburg NY.
Warrensburg Recreation Field
Warrensburg, NY
During summer, the park offers tennis courts, basketball courts, athletic fields, a well-equipped playground, and a pavilion. In winter, you can enjoy free ice skating. Facilities are carry-in carry-out.
Warrensburg Riverfront Farmers' Market
The Warrensbury Riverfront Farmers' Market has been around since 1998 and is "producer only," which means it's limited to only locally-grown foods.
Daggett Lake Campsites
Warrensburg, NY
At Daggett Lake, you'll find cabins, cottages, tent and RV sites- nestled among 400 acres of mountains, forests, streams, and a beautiful private adirondack lake. Hiking and mountain biking trails on the property and on site waterski school.
Hickory Ski Center
Warrensburg, NY
Hickory Ski Center offers skiers and snowboarders the exciting thrills of an untouched mountain along with family friendly trails for everyone!
North Country Inn
Warrensburg, NY
Just a quick 10 minute drive from Lake George Village, North Country Inn offers comforable pet friendly lodging, cable TV and more in quaint Warrensburg NY.
Warrensburgh Historical Society
For hours during other seasons call the museum at (518) 623-2928
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