Posts Tagged ‘Lodging’

Monday, October 24, 2016

Survey of Adirondack Lodging Operators Underway

actlsThe Adirondack Community-based Trails and Lodging System (ACTLS) is asking the public to fill out a survey to help inform them of the merits and design of a future lodging affiliate system.

The ACTLS project is a new initiative that aims to develop a conceptual plan for potential trail networks with key locations for lodging facilities within the Adirondack Park. This project seeks to help maximize the sustainable tourism economies of towns, villages, and hamlets throughout the Adirondacks, promote wellness, and advance conservation.  » Continue Reading.


Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Trails and Lodging System Schedules Workshops

trails and lodging systemThe Adirondack Community-based Trails and Lodging System (ACTLS) project, an initiative that is expected to develop a conceptual plan for potential trail networks with key locations for lodging facilities within the Adirondack Park, has scheduled nine Community Workshops.

The workshops are designed to inform the public of the project’s objectives and to share work completed to date regarding existing and planned trails, lodging facilities, and tourism destinations. The workshops are also designed to solicit knowledge of existing trails as well as additional input on prospective new trails and connections that would contribute to a hut-to-hut system. Outdoor enthusiasts, lodging owners, community leaders, planners, economic developers, and those interested in the development of Adirondack hut-to-hut routes are encouraged to attend. » Continue Reading.


Thursday, April 16, 2015

Warrensburg’s Merrill Magee Inn Plans Summer Opening

mmhlogoThe Merrill Magee Inn in the heart of Warrensburg is undergoing a full restoration thanks in part to the new partnership between Michael and Donna Flanagan and Richard Flanagan and his wife Leslie Qin, all originally from New Jersey. The new owners hope to have the extensive renovations done and the tavern and restaurant open sometime this summer, although ten guest rooms are already available.

Brothers Michael and Richard have been regular visitors to the Adirondacks. After Michael and Donna moved to the region in 2004, they hosted an annual family party at the Inn admiring the combination of a comfortable night’s stay and a great meal. » Continue Reading.



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