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Adirondack Sports & Fitness, LLC
15 Coventry Drive • Clifton Park, NY 12065

15 Coventry Dr
NY, 12065
United States


Adirondack Sports & Fitness is an outdoor recreation and fitness magazine covering the Adirondack Park and greater Capital-Saratoga region of New York State. We are the authoritative source for information regarding individual, aerobic, life-long sports and fitness in the area. The magazine is published 12-times per year at the beginning of each month.

2017 Expo Exhibitor Descriptions


2017 Exhibitor Descriptions

3C Race Productions/Strong to Serve – We’re presenting the Lake George Half Marathon & 5K and the Saratoga Springs Half Marathon, Relay & 5K – both benefit Strong to Serve. 603-429-8879 •

9 Miles East Farm – We’re a farm-based nutrition program providing real food to busy athletes. We offer Go Boxes and subscriptions for sports nutrition meal service for endurance athletes who want to enhance their performance by fueling with whole, natural food. Train hard. We’ll feed you. Schuylerville • 518-514-8106 •

Adirondack Marathon Distance Festival – Probably the most beautiful 26 miles 385 yards you’ll ever run! Choose your race: on Sunday, 9/24/17 marathon, half-marathon or the 2 & 4 person marathon relay, which are all run around crystal clear Schroon Lake. And on Saturday, 9/23/17 in Chestertown, a 5K & 10K, and for young kids, a 1K fun run in Schroon Lake. Schroon Lake • 518-532-7675 •

Adirondack Mountain Club – We’re an environmental non-profit offering a variety of outdoor recreation opportunities year-round. Discover, play in and protect natural places with ADK. Join ADK or check out our guide books, maps and merchandise. All proceeds support protecting the wild lands and water in NYS. Lake George • 518-668-4447 •

Adirondack Race Management – Come talk to us about the Lake George Triathlon Festival! Not a triathlete, to get more information on the Glens Falls Urban Assault and Memorial Mile. Lake George & Glens Falls •

Adirondack Wilderness Advocates – We are dedicated to promoting the knowledge, enjoyment, expansion and protection of the Adirondack Park’s wildest places. Barneveld •

Adirondack Sports– Stop by to introduce yourself, give us feedback on the magazine and expo, and enter to win great prizes for races, events, products and services. We will be selling Adirondack Sports performance running shirts, cotton T-shirts, running hats and car magnets. Clifton Park • 518-877-8788 •

Adirondack Wilderness Advocates – Dedicated to promoting the knowledge, enjoyment, expansion, and protection of the Adirondack Park’s wildest places. Barneveld • 315-272-5699 •

Ainsley’s Angels of America – Share the mission of Ainsley’s Angels - to promote the inclusion of individuals with special needs in endurance events of 5K and longer. We are a running group with a twist. Albany • 518-421-4909 •

American Diabetes Association – We’ll be sharing information with the community about our Saratoga Springs Tour de Cure, the largest fundraising event in the Capital Region, and the catalyst in supporting our mission to cure diabetes. We will also be available to share information on our programs and wellness initiatives to support those in our community and individuals living with diabetes. Albany • 518-218-1755 •

Andrea Henkel Burke Personal Training – Be fit - stay healthy! Get your own personal exercise recommendation by multiple Olympic gold medalist. Andrea will check your individual fat and carb burn for better endurance and a healthier lifestyle. Lake Placid • 518-637-6349 •

Apex Solar Power – Apex has emerged as a leader in the solar industry in upstate New York, serving customers from the Canadian border to Orange County to Syracuse. Queensbury • 518-309-2786 •

Appalachian Mountain Club – Hike, bike ski, paddle and climb with the Appalachian Mountain Club. The club organizes thousands of free outings a year, offers everything from full-service lodges to backcountry tentsites in NY & New England’s most beautiful places, and invests in and advocates for conservation across the northeast. Learn all about us! Boston • 617-523-0655 •

Arbonne International – Arbonne offers vegan products that include everything from skin and hair care to protein shakes and energy drinks. Everything is made from botanicals to offer a pure and safe product that gives benefits to skin and health. Clifton Park • 518-321-4591 •

Bath Fitter – We are a local one day bathroom remodeling company backed by a lifetime warranty. Albany • 518-605-9166 •

Battenkill Conservancy – Visit our booth for organizational info, river access maps, events, tourism events and bug table. We’ll have a macroinvertebrate display of water creatures. Cambridge • 518-677-2545 •

Battenkill Valley Outdoors – Learn more about our river guided trips, kayaks for 2017 and merchandise. Cambridge • 518-677-3311

Capital District Triathlon Club – Come “TRI” with us! We provide training opportunities at Crystal Lake, Averill Park on Tuesday evenings from June through August. We are a USA Triathlon sanctioned club and have been going strong since 1993. Our members range from beginners to Ironman World Champions. Albany •

Concord Pools & Spas – Learn about our Michael Phelps Signature Swim Spas.
Latham • 518-783-8976 •

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation – We offer several endurance events as fundraising opportunities for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. We will be highlighting our Stair Climb event, our Great Strides Walk program and our CF Cycle for Life event. Albany • 518-453-3583 •

Damien’s Rock Wall – We’ll have our 25-foot rock wall set up for kids and adults to climb at the Expo. We rent our mobile wall for parties and events. Scotia • 518-428-6020 •

DisCap (Capital Region Disc Golf Club) – We’ll be promoting the sport of disc golf - an all ages sport that can be played all year and with minimal cost. Most courses are free to play and the only equipment needed is a $10-$15 disc. It’s a great easy way to spend time outdoors!  Capital Region
• 518-836-9557 •

Double H Ranch – Visit our booth for information on our Double H Ranch Camp Challenge Bike Ride and Camp Challenge 5K Trail Run and new this year the Hope for Float - all on September 9. Lake Luzerne • 518-696-5921 •

Dutchess Tourism – Begin your Hudson River Valley getaway here in Dutchess County! Covering 800 square miles, there’s an abundance of natural scenic beauty, outdoor recreation, historic landmarks, restaurants, festivals and more. Poughkeepsie
• 845-463-4000 •

Elk Lake Lodge – Elk Lake Lodge is the centerpiece of a 12,000-acre private preserve. This is a world that is unchanged in hundreds of years - a timeless place that offers a unique wilderness experience. North Hudson • 518-532-7616 •

Farm to Fork Fondo – There’s no better way to experience gorgeous landscapes, diverse local agriculture and farm to fork freshness than from the seat of your favorite bicycle! 518-662-0211 •

Feeder Canal Alliance – Partnering to promote recreation and birding along the Feeder Canal Towpath Trail and in the Southern Adirondacks. The Feeder Canal is a ‘hotspot’ for birding enthusiasts, and our Audubon chapter conducts bird walks and educational programs along the trail. The FCA is caretaker of the trail and its locks. Glens Falls • 518-792-5363 •

Firecracker 4 Road Race – Stop by the Firecracker booth to learn about the 11th annual Firecracker Road Race. Held on the beautiful streets of Saratoga Springs, come run with your friends, family, veterans and public service personnel. A festive 4-mile race with over 20 musical venues, costumed characters and cheers of friendly neighbors along the race route.  Saratoga Springs • 518-744-5646 •

Fleet Feet Sports – A locally owned running shop with two convenient locations. Check out new Spring 2017 running footwear and apparel at the Expo. Stock up! Past-season gear on clearance. Albany • 518-459-3338 • Malta • 518-400-1213 •

Freihofer’s Run for Women – The Freihofer’s Run for Women, the premier running event in the Capital Region is in its 38th year. Come celebrate with us at this world-renowned event on June 4 in Albany. Albany •

Fulton Montgomery Regional Chamber of Commerce – We’ll have tourism information for Fulton and Montgomery counties including hiking trail and rail trail maps and information about the Mohawk Valley Gateway overlook pedestrian bridge. Gloversville • 518-725-0641 •

Garnet Hill Lodge & Adventure Center – Come see for yourself one of the most beautiful nature resorts in the Adirondacks. Learn about all we have to offer - health and wellness retreat packages, lodging, summer activities, nordic skiing, hiking, biking
and dining.  North River • 518-251-2444 •

Good Karma 5K – Learn more about our 3rd Good Karma 5K Run/Walk on June 17 at the Crossings in Colonie. Our unique 5K features a yoga warm-up, delicious Indian food, henna tattoos and an Indian dance performance. This Tri-City India Association event, will support AIM for Seva, a charitable organization that helps educate rural India’s less fortunate children. The project has built over 100 free student homes and is serving over 30,000 children all over India. Colonie • 518-877-6634 •

Gore Mountain – Gore has 109 trails, boasts 2,537 vertical feet, and is home to the most skiable acreage in New York with 15 lifts including our eight-passenger Northwoods Gondola and two high-speed quads. We offer a variety of mountain services for convenience, safety and enjoyment. Gore turns the off-season on with scenic gondola rides, adventure activities, festivals, and more in the summer and fall. North Creek • 518-251-2411 •

Gore Region Chamber of Commerce – Learn more about what the Gore Region has to offer including upcoming events and our member businesses. North Creek • 518-251-2612 •

Great American Brewery Runs – We are excited to be hosting 5K races at the Shmaltz Brewery in Clifton Park on May 6, 2017 and the Adirondack Pub & Brewery on September 16, 2017. Clifton Park •

Green Leaf Racing – We provide professional race management and timing services for events, including multisport, road races, open water swims and our own Hudson Crossing Triathlon. We also offer online registration, consulting and marketing services designed to help you grow your event. 518-290-0457 •

Green Mountain Energy – Offering 100% pollution free electricity generated by renewable wind and sun resources. On average, each household can prevent over 13,000 pounds of carbon and other pollutants from being released into the environment annually. Made in the USA! Mount Kisco • 845-489-0839 •

Grey Ghost Bicycles – More than just a bike shop. We are a true cycling community. Considered an inspiring place where discerning riders can come to gain knowledge, we offer the best in sales, service and professional bike fit. Glens Falls • 518-223-0148 •

Hudson Crossing Park – Learn more about the public park on the Hudson River and Champlain Canal Lock 5, home of the Hudson Crossing Triathlon. Explore trails, a play garden, a labyrinth, interpretive stations, and a floating dock. Sponsored by Saratoga Tackle & Archery, a locally owned fishing and archery supply business. Schuylerville • 518-350-7275 •

Indian Lake Chamber of Commerce – Indian Lake is your best destination to get fit outdoors. Hiking, kayaking, swimming, bicycling, whitewater rafting: we have it all! Indian Lake • 518-648-5112 •

Town of Inlet – Discover Inlet! A four-season vacation destination with many recreational opportunities. Enjoy hiking, biking, skiing, skating, paddling, boating, swimming and much more in our little Adirondack town. Inlet • 315-357-5501 •

iRun Local – We are the area’s premier running and walking specialty store featuring the latest running shoes,  apparel, and accessories. You’ll find us on Congress Street. Saratoga Springs • 518-885-8537 •

JDRF – We have led the search for a cure for Type 1 Diabetes since our founding in 1970. Learn more about how we help people live longer and stay healthier. Latham • 518-477-2873 •

Killington Resort – Known as the largest ski and snowboard resort in Eastern North America, in the summer Killington Resort boasts the most expansive downhill mountain biking terrain in the east, the Snowshed Adventure Center with a mountain coaster, zip line, ropes course and much, much more. Killington, VT • 800-621-MTNS (6867) •

Komen NENY Race for the Cure – Find out about the Race for the Cure in October in Albany; learn about breast health and breast cancer, purchase pink ribbon merchandise to support the cause. Albany • 518-250-5379 •

Lake George Land Conservancy – LGLC manages more than 35 miles of hiking trails throughout the Lake George region and hosts guided hikes and other events, including the annual Lake George Hike-A-Thon. Stop by for trail maps and information about events, volunteer opportunities and land conservation efforts, and get a free Hike-A-Thon t-shirt! (while supplies last) Bolton Landing
• 518-644-9673 •

Live Sore Fitness Apparel – Our slogan “Embrace the Pain” is for anyone who trains, works out, who struggles, who pushes, and who is dedicated can relate to this. It is after all what helps you train through the pain to get the results you seek. If you’re active, we want to be your brand.

Mohawk Towpath Scenic Byway Coalition – The Mohawk Towpath Byway is the drive from Waterford and Cohoes to Schenectady along the historic waterway west. Traveling the byway one learns of the Erie Canal and our communities, and the role they played in the westward expansion of the country and the Industrial Revolution.  Clifton Park • 518-371-7548 •

Montreal Esprit Triathlon – With over 3,500 participants expected this year, our course allows us to hold a variety of races over the weekend, including the Demi-Esprit, Olympic, Sprint and Duathlon. For the first time this year, we'll have a youth race, U13-U15, as well as a Grand Prix Series, and Friends & Family wave starts. September 9-10, 2017. Montreal, Quebec •

Friends of Moreau Lake State Park – Learn about the park, and activities offered. Our mission is to partner with NYS Parks to enrich the experience of every visitor through education, events and stewardship. We are 100% volunteer driven. Gansevoort • 518-928-1238 •

Mountainman Outdoor Supply Company – New York’s largest canoe, kayak and paddleboard retailer has stores in Saratoga Springs and on Saratoga Lake. Visit our booth and look for great deals on all your paddling and outdoor gear and apparel needs and get a preview of our upcoming Saratoga Paddlefest. Visit our stores at 490 Broadway and 251 Stafford Bridge Road on Fish Creek/Saratoga Lake. Saratoga Springs • 518-584-3500 •

New York State Office of the State Comptroller for Unclaimed Funds – We’ll offer free name searches and assistance with unclaimed funds database. Albany • 518-473-5050 •

New York State Outdoor Guides Association – Member licensed NYS guides will present information about services offered by members in a variety of outdoor activities, how to become a guide, benefits of membership in NYSOGA and the profession of guiding in general. 315-868-7054 •

NYS Parks – Learn about paddling safety and the Wear It! Life jacket campaign. Give-aways include Safe ’n Sight Paddle reflective stickers. Albany • 518-408-1028 •

Newcomb Chamber of Commerce – Newcomb is in “The Heart of the Adirondacks!” Her residents show their love for this rich wilderness and are proud to share its beauty, fresh air and outdoor activities. We welcome you and hope you enjoy your stay. Newcomb • 518-582-3211 •

North Warren Chamber – We will be promoting the recreational, culinary and event opportunities in northern Warren County, including paddling, hiking, cycling, skiing, fishing, hunting, boating and restaurants and lodging. Chestertown • 518-494-2722 •

Oswego County Tourism – Your year-round recreation destination - whether you enjoy hiking, biking, camping, paddling, or world-class fishing - our outdoors is outstanding. And when the snowflakes start flying, make Oswego County your destination for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling. Oswego • 315-349-8322 •

Out of Control Ski Club – Our club promotes snow sports including downhill skiing and snowboarding, Nordic skiing and racing. Off season sports and social activities are regularly scheduled. The OC Ski Club has something for everyone. Albany • 518-372-7487 •

Peak to Brew Relay – The Peak to Brew Relay is the Northeast’s longest, most scenic overnight van-supported relay race. In the third annual event, teams of 6-12, runners will embark on a 220+ mile journey from the top of Whiteface Mountain Veterans Memorial Highway, through the heart of the Adirondacks and finish at the historic Saranac Brewery for a post-race celebration. August 11-12. Baldwinsville • 315-525-7371 •

Pelican Products/R.P. Luce – We will be exhibiting and selling with expo specials on Pelican cases, headlamps and coolers – ideal for many outdoor uses! We are the authorized dealer of Pelican products, the global leader in the design and manufacture of advanced lighting systems and cases. Northport • 631-754-5064 •

Placid Boatworks – We manufacture lightweight carbon/Kevlar canoes right in Lake Placid. Using a unique method of vacuum infusion, we obtain the ultimate balance of strength and light weight. These boats are the epitome of paddling efficiency. Lake Placid • 518-524-2949 •

Power House Athletics – Power House Athletics is an athletic training facility for athletes of sports. We will have facility specials as well as our high protein nut butters and whey protein powder. Albany • 518-229-5611 •

Proactive Chiropractic – Quality patient care is our primary goal. We will work as members of your healthcare team to ensure you are receiving the individualized care you deserve. Meet the doctors and get a sampling of our services. Clifton Park • 518-373-9999 •

Real Media Solutions – Stop by our booth to enter to win a gift card shopping spree and receive exclusive offers on local newspaper subscriptions.
888-502-5521 •

Regional Food Bank of NENY – We will be accepting monetary and food donations to feed the hungry in our 23-county service area. For each dollar we receive, we can distribute $10 worth of food. Latham • 518-786-3691 x296 •

Regional Therapy Center – Saratoga Hospital’s Regional Therapy Center offers comprehensive outpatient physical, occupational, speech and aquatic therapy, as well as several other specialty therapy and rehabilitation services. Saratoga Springs
• 518-583-8459 •

Renewal by Andersen/Huff ‘N Puff – Get home improvement ideas from Renewal by Andersen replacement windows and doors, and Huff ‘N Puff gutters, gutter helmet and helmet heat. Schenectady • 518-356-3026 • •

Rollga – Demo this premium contoured foam roller - the most effective & comfortable foam roller you’ll ever use - guaranteed! Wilton • 630-809-7099 •

Saratoga Lake Sailing Club – Stop by our booth to check out our small sailboat and videos and learn more about the sailing club and our sailing school. We offer lessons throughout the season to children and adults. Saratoga Springs • 518-744-3897 •

Saratoga Regional YMCA – Visit our booth for info on membership, summer camp, group fitness, and everything else the Saratoga Regional YMCA has to offer! Also, don’t forget to ask us WHY! Saratoga Springs • 518-583-9622 •

Saratoga Rowing Association – We will be promoting rowing programs and camps for youth and adults. We’ll have two rowing machines for you to try. Saratoga Springs • 518-587-6697 •

Saratoga Stryders – Saratoga Stryders is a club for walkers and runners. We meet Saturdays at the Warming Hut at Saratoga Spa State Park year-round for group runs and Wednesdays for coached workouts from April through October. For a complete schedule visit our website. Saratoga Springs • 518-581-1278•

Saratoga Tackle and Archery – Offering expert advice on fishing local bodies of water, especially Saratoga Lake, and providing a dynamic selection of fishing equipment and lures, along with live bait. We also carry a wide range of bows from Diamond, Elite Archery, BowTech and Parker, and offer set-up, repair or service on any bow. Schuylerville • 518-584-3952 •

Saratoga Triathlon Club – Our club promotes triathlon in the region through clinics, group workouts, social activities, and open water swims at Moreau Lake State Park. Saratoga Springs • 518-932-4157 •

Schenectady Firefighters Run For Your Life 5K – Promoting and seeking participants for the 8th annual run/walk on behalf of the Schenectady Firefighters Cancer Foundation. The run will take place on March 25 in Schenectady’s Central Park. Schenectady • 518-788-4601 •

Schroon Lake Chamber of Commerce – The Schroon Lake Regional Visitor’s Center & Chamber of Commerce is proud to promote and share the history, culture and outdoor activities that are available in Schroon Lake. Schroon Lake • 518-532-7675 •

Schroon Lake Marina – Nestled in the heart of the Adirondack Park, the marina services boat enthusiasts, cottagers, and vacationers from all over the Capital Region. Schroon Lake • 518-532-7884 •

Sean’s Run Weekend – The region’s premier early spring bicycling and running event on April 29-30 in beautiful Columbia County. Chatham
• 518-392-5483 •

Seguin’s Scuba Center – We specialize in all things SCUBA; courses and certification, scuba gear and equipment rentals, dive trips and charters, service, repair and air fills. Watch our SCUBA demo in the Expo pool! Albany • 518-456-8146 •

Shmaltz Brewing Company – Founded as “a Jewish celebration craft beer” HE'BREW Beer has incorporated quality, community, and shtick since 1996. We will be pouring beer samples at the Great American Brewery Runs booth all weekend. Clifton Park • 518- 406-5430 •

Snappy Sam’s Photoworks – We provide high quality, retro-modern photobooth rentals for events in NY, VT & MA. It’s the biggest hit at weddings, parties, school & corporate events! (Formerly Saratoga Photobooth Company) Saratoga Springs • 518-584-6473 •

Southern Adirondack Audubon Society – Partnering to promote recreation and birding along the Feeder Canal Towpath Trail and in the Southern Adirondacks. The Feeder Canal is a ‘hotspot’ for birding enthusiasts, and our Audubon chapter conducts bird walks and educational programs along the trail. The FCA is caretaker of the trail and its locks. Queensbury •

Spa City Bicycleworks – Visit us in our new location under the Clocktower in the Old Chocolate Factory in Ballston Spa! We now offer free pick up and delivery for all repairs and home delivery of new bikes. See our website or our Facebook pages for more information. 20 Prospect St., Ballston Spa • 518-587-0071 •

Sports Physical Therapy of NY – Come discuss with our Physical Therapists ways to improve function, prevent injury and stay healthy in order to live your active lifestyle. Saratoga Springs & Malta • 518-583-7537 •

St. Lawrence Valley Paddlers / New York Marathon Canoe Racing Association – Learn about marathon canoe racing and the Canton Canoe Weekend. Support the club and get a discount on race entry. Canton • 315-323-2673 • •

Steiner’s Ski & Bike – Visit our “store” at the Summer Expo where we’ll have big discounts for summer and winter gear. The sale includes 40% off Specialized bikes, 40% off non-skiwear, Patagonia and casual socks. Plus, 50% off ski products, skis, boots, bags, poles, helmets, goggles, parkas, u-wear, hats, gloves, ski socks.  Glenmont, Valatie, Hudson • 518-427-2406 •

Tour De Force Charity Races – Our 3rd annual Charity Run Half Marathon, 10K, 5K and One Mile Walk raises money for families of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty on August 20 at the Point Au Roche State Park in Plattsburgh.
518-563-3825 •

Tri-City BMX – Visit our booth for information on membership, racing and our upcoming open house on May 6th. We will have a bike and gear display. BMX is the only sport you can play with your kids! Schenectady• 518-368-0603 •

TUFF eNUFF Challenge – A fun, muddy 5K course and family-friendly event. Crawl, wade and hurdle to the finish line! Saturday, June 10 at the BOCES Campus. Saratoga Springs • 518-581-1230 •

Upper Hudson Trails Alliance – We’re a non profit corporation aimed at planning, maintaining, and advocating for trails and trails infrastructure development for non-motorized, human powered recreation around Johnsburg and the Upper Hudson Region of the Adirondacks. North Creek

US Sherpa – Handcrafted accessories that are natural, fair trade and sustainable, suited for people who enjoy an active lifestyle. Wool headwear/handwear, wool and cotton scarves/shawls/bags, singing bowls, prayer flags, journals and jewelry/mala beads. Essex Junction, VT • 802-318-6953 •

USATF Adirondack – Visit our booth to learn more about long distance racing, cross country, track & field, trail racing and race walking for all ages. We’ll be promoting training and competitive events in the Adirondack region. Troy • 518-273-5552 •

Vital Eats – Behold Bold! Vital Eats small batches sauces and condiments, utilizing only plant based ingredients to rid your plate of bland. Spiked with super foods, with super flavor, you get what your soul wants, and your body needs. Dairy free Cheezy sauce and dip, Vampyr Blood hot sauce, and King Ketchups will thrill around the camp fire, or in your gourmet meal. Experience your local, banish bland brand, Vital Eats! Saratoga Springs • 518-281-9461 •

Walkway Over the Hudson – We will be presenting the 3rd annual Walkway Marathon, Half Marathon & MHRRC College to College 5K set for June 11 and the Think Differently Dash on June 10 in Poughkeepsie-and learn about the Walkway Over the Hudson. Poughkeepsie • 845-454-9649 •

Warren County Safe & Quality Bicycle Organization – Visit our booth to learn about Warren County bike routes with handouts and maps. We’ll have guides and safety information available too. Queensbury • 518-480-4859 •

City of Watervliet/David Fisher Upper Hudson Heroes – We’re promoting our Hudson Shores Park, historical sites, summer programs, and kayaking for disabled vets. Watervliet • 337-9115 •

West Mountain – Visit our booth for upcoming events including the New Country of Saratoga 5K Challenge, outdoor gear swap, Over the Top mountain bike race, lesson programs and season passes for 2017-18. Queensbury • 518-636-3699 •  

WEXT - Exit 97.7 FM – An old-style progressive station with a modern day esthetic. We play great classics regular radio has forgotten, new emerging artists and Local 518 music – every hour – everyday. We’re a non-commercial, listener-supported, roots and rock station from WMHT. Troy • 518-880-3512 •

Whiteface Visitors Bureau – Wilmington, the home of Whiteface Mountain, is also the home of the best races of the year! Stop by our booth to hear about the 16th annual Whiteface Uphill Bike Race, 7th annual Wilmington Whiteface 100K, Whiteface Sky Races and the 1st Wilmington Whiteface Whiskey Run 10K. Wilmington • 518-946-2255 •

The Wild Center – The Wild Center, featuring Wild Walk—an elevated trail across the treetops—is an all-day attraction, including 81-acres of outdoors, a 54,000-square-foot museum with movies and live animals, guided canoe paddles, and hands-on everything. Wild Walk will be opening for its third season in May. Tupper Lake • 518-359-7800 •

YMCA Camp Chingachgook – A premier summer camp and outdoor education center on the east shore of Lake George. We offer a variety of programs including summer camp, adventure trips, school groups, weekend family and women’s programing, and Girl Scout and Boy Scout weekends. Kattskill Bay • 518-656-9462 •

YMCA Camp Gorham – We are an Adirondack adventure camp near Old Forge. We offer overnight camping for children 7-16. Family and adult programs in the fall, and year round facility rentals for small and large groups. Eagle Bay • 315-357-6401 •