Friday, February 17, 2023

Long Lake/Raquette Lake: Winter Wonderland Week Event Schedule Announced

Kids Scavenger Hunt in Long Lake

There is plenty to do in the Long Lake and Raquette Lake region from February 17 through 26. Winter Wonderland Week offers a slate of events for all ages, offering both outdoor and indoor activities. The tradition to schedule multi-events coincides with President’s Day weekend and February’s week-long school break. Long Lake Parks and Recreation has planned an array of events ranging from a magic show, movie night, cooking class, to outdoor events including Winter Survivor, where kids will participate in a Scavenger Hunt meets unique Survival Challenges to round out the week of fun.

The Long Lake Geiger Arena will be open daily from 1 to 10 p.m. all week long, no matter the conditions, so stop on by to see what is happening for the day. In 2023, Long Lake will also be holding Restaurant Week during Winter Wonderland Week. Guests dine out at each of the participating dining establishments, including the ADK Trading Post, Adirondack Hotel, Long Lake Diner, Long View Lodge, and the Raquette Lake Tap Room. Some participating restaurants will offer special menu items for the week. There are free dining cards at all locations to allow folks to get their cards stamped and submit them for a prize at the end of the week.

Geiger Ice Skating Rink

Geiger Ice Skating Rink & Sledding Hill will be open daily during Winter Wonderland Week. Photo provided by Alexandra Roalsvig, Director of Parks, Recreation & Tourism, Town of Long Lake.

Winter Wonderland Week Schedule of Events

Photo provided by Alexandra Roalsvig, Director of Parks, Recreation & Tourism, Town of Long Lake.

Guests can receive $5 off a handmade Pasta Making Class on Tuesday, February 21 to be held at the Long View Lodge with Chef Ben Paula, starting at 5 p.m. Pre-registration is required. For a full schedule of events visit: mylonglake.com/winter/winter-wonderland-week

 

Photo at top: A Kids’ Survivor Scavenger Hunt challenge is happening on Tuesday, February 21. Photo provided by Alexandra Roalsvig, Director of Parks, Recreation & Tourism, Town of Long Lake.

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