Tuesday, July 19, 2022

ADK sells Member Services Center building, relocates operations

July 19, 2022 — Lake George, NY — The Adirondack Mountain Club has finalized the sale of its Member Services Center building to FISH307.com for $800,000. Located at 814 Goggins Road in Lake George, the property served as ADK’s headquarters for over 30 years.

Part of the sale includes a one-year lease allowing ADK to move its Member Services Center staff and operations into FISH307.com’s current location at 6 State Route 149 in Lake George. Just as it did at Goggins Road, ADK will provide retail, visitor information, and support services for members and donors at the new location.

“Through this change, ADK is situating itself to better serve visitors to the Adirondack Park,”said Tom Andrew, ADK President. “We look forward to supporting them and our many members, donors, and volunteers at our new location.”

“It is with great pleasure that FISH307 can be a part of this exciting news. We are very excited that ADK will occupy our current space, which has been a great space for us over the past 14 years,” said Jeff Goldberg, FISH307.com President. “Being in our 30th year and moving into the beautiful Goggins Rd building will allow FISH307 to continue on its journey of growth. Congratulations to the ADK and we support their mission.”

For details about the move and ADK’s operations at the new location, please contact us at [email protected].

About ADK 

Based out of the Adirondack Park in New York State, ADK is a leader in providing outdoor education, promoting responsible recreation, and organizing stewardship experiences. Since 1922, the organization has worked to increase access to the backcountry by building trails, conserving natural areas, and developing a stewardship community that supports the ethical and safe use of New York’s outdoor spaces. A member, donor, and volunteer-supported organization, ADK reaches across New York through its 27 chapters to inspire people to enjoy the outdoors ethically.

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