Adirondack Weekends

The snow may be melting, but there's no shortage of things to do in the Adirondacks, from college hockey action to sugar-filled maple fests.

Maple Weekend (April 2 - 3)
Rising temperatures mean the sap is flowing in upstate New York! Come out and learn how the sweet stuff is made with several Adirondacks sugar makers, including the Wild Center in Tupper Lake, Moon Valley Maple in Malone and Maple Brook Farm in Essex. Click here for more information.

NCAA DIII Men's Ice Hockey Championship (March 25 - 26)
Elite athletes hit the ice for the semi-final and final match-ups that will determine who goes home with this year's Division III NCAA ice hockey championship. Bring the family and get an adrenaline rush while watching this exciting winter sport in an iconic space. Click here for more information.

Trout and Fly Fishing Season Opens (April 1)
There's no shortage of places to fish in the Adirondacks, along the Ausable River and beyond. Upstate is the perfect fishing destination whether you're a pro angler or you're casting off for the first time.

Whitewater Challengers - Hudson

11th Annual Great Upstate Boat Show (April 1 - 3)
Whether you're in the market for a new boat or you just like checking out shiny new things, this annual event has got you covered. Browse the floor, or check out seminars and lectures to help you get ready for lots of fun out on the water this summer.

Whitewater Rafting (starting April 1)
The Indian Lake dam release kicks off the year's whitewater thrills and chills in Warren County. Whether you're looking for a family-friendly float or a serious rush, you'll find a perfect whitewater adventure in the Adirondacks. 

Thurman Maple Days (March 26 - 27 and April 2 -3)
Some of the top maple producers in Warren County and the surrounding area come together for three weekends of sugary delights, including demonstrations, tours and a pancake breakfast. Click here for more information.

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