If you want to do something extra special this Easter weekend, try celebrating it in the Adirondacks! The region is full of great places where you can enjoy an Easter meal with your family, let the kids hunt for eggs, and stay entertained all weekend long.
Celebrate Easter Weekend in the Adirondacks
If you don’t want to cook breakfast on Easter morning, then bring the whole family over to Gore Mountain for an Easter Sunday brunch buffet. The buffet will be open from 7:30am-1:30pm, and the cost is just $15.95 per adult and $7.50 for kids ages 10 & under. A mountaintop Easter Sunrise Service will precede the event at 7:00am.
From 11:00am-3:00pm on Easter Sunday, Garnet Hill Lodge will host a delicious Easter brunch buffet as well as an Easter egg hunt for kids. The egg hunt is scheduled to start at 1:00pm.
The Timberwolf Pub in Schroon Lake will host a special pancake breakfast and Easter egg hunt on Saturday morning. At 9:00am, families can enjoy breakfast with the Easter Bunny at the pub. Then, an Easter egg hunt will kick off in the town park at 12:00pm.
If you’re going to be near the northern end of Lake George this Easter weekend, don’t miss out on the Kiwanis Easter Egg Hunt in Ticonderoga. The egg hunt will take place at Bicentennial Park this Saturday at 10:00am.
Whiteface Mountain has a huge lineup of Easter-themed events planned for this Sunday. The schedule will begin with a non-denominational service followed by an Easter buffet and an Easter egg hunt.
Over in Raquette Lake, there will be an Easter egg scavenger hunt at Raquette Lake School this Sunday starting at 11:30am.
Enjoy Friday Night Music
Are you planning to be in Lake George this weekend? If so, visit King Neptune’s Pub at 5:00pm on Friday and join in the celebration of their grand re-opening. Mike LaPoint will perform a live solo set.
Swing by The Waterhole in Saranac Lake this Friday at 9:00pm for a psychedelic concert by Barika. The group will perform in the Upstairs Music Lounge, and the cost is $10 per person (21+ only).
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