Camp Santanoni's annual Winter Weekends are back!
On January 13-15, February 17-19, and March 16-17, you'll be able to go into the Gate Lodge and Main Lodge of the Camp, view displays about the Great Camp and take short interpretive tours with Adirondack Architectural Heritage volunteers. The 10-mile round trip on gently rolling terrain will take you past the Santanoni Farm and through the Forest Preserve on a wide, old road (no vehicle access).
Stop into the Gate Lodge Visitors Center to see interpretive displays and borrow snowshoes provided by the Adirondack Interpretive Center (AIC) if needed. The Artist’s Studio, a stone building near the Main Lodge on the shores of Newcomb Lake, will be open as a warming hut. Enjoy free coffee, tea, or hot chocolate by the woodstove (bring a cup if you can, but we'll have plenty available!). Hosted by the Adirondack Architectural Heritage, NYS Department of Environmental Conservation, and the Town of Newcomb.
Follow the Adirondack Architectural Heritage (AARCH) and Camp Santanoni and Santanoni Preserve social media pages for up-to-date ski conditions!
NOTE: Winter conditions can change quickly in the backcountry. Be prepared with extra warm clothing and adequate supplies for your trip.