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Orange County TourismSpring is the perfect time to hit the beautiful Hudson Valley greens

Orange County, N.Y. –  From seasoned golfers to those teeing off for the first time, anyone looking for a day on the links can find a course that’s right for them in Orange County this spring. Golfing is a great way to take in the picturesque Hudson Valley landscape while getting exercise.

“Lush greens and easy tee times attract golfers to Orange County all through the season,” said Orange County Tourism Director Susan Hawvermale. “Come feast on our greens and dine at our remarkable 19th hole restaurants.”

Top golf courses in Orange County include:…

Tinman1Tupper Lake, N.Y. - It began in 1983 with 68 competitors, back when bikes her heavier, wetsuits were a rarity, and race buoys were repurposed milk jugs.

On Saturday, June 24, the Tinman will celebrate its 35th anniversary. The most noticeable change since the first race is the number of competitors. The Tinman is attracting more competitors to the start line who are looking for a hardcore race with a small town feel in a beautiful setting. To date, the number of those registered is up 30 percent over last year’s 500 entrants, compared with 390 entrants in 2015, and 375 in 2014…

Lake Placid, N.Y. - The 2016 edition of IRONMAN Lake Placid received high marks as a race host town, based on a survey of IRONMAN competitors from around the world.

IRONMAN officials recently announced Lake Placid took the top honor of best overall bike in the IRONMAN Athletes Choice Awards. Other accolades include 5th in overall satisfaction, 6th in best overall run, 3rd in best race venue experience, 8th in best host city experience, and 4th in will recommend to a friend.

Promotion for first 125 fans who register online in advance; registrants will receive a VIP "Shuttle ‘N Save" bus pass good for exclusive Destiny USA gameday deals

Syracuse, NY - Syracuse University and Destiny USA have teamed up to offer a free round-trip shuttle service for fans attending the Syracuse Orange versus Duke Blue Devils men's basketball game on Wednesday, February 22, 2017. Service will be limited to the first 125 fans who register online in advance at https://www.destinyusa.com/su. The first 125 registered fans will receive an exclusive Destiny USA VIP "Shuttle ‘N Save" bus pass good for a round-trip shuttle from Destiny USA to the Carrier Dome and back, in addition to exclusive Destiny USA discounts and deals. Passes must be picked up by registered fans at Destiny USA's 3rd level Guest Services location during normal business hours with a valid photo ID beginning Saturday, February 18, 2017.

August 19-25 event to expand guest options and grow economic impact 

Tupper  Lake,  NY  ( January  24,  2017) -  The Wildlife  Conservation  Society  (WCS)  and Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism (ROOST) announced an innovative new model for Cycle Adirondacks 2017 on Tuesday from The Wild Center in Tupper Lake.

Now in its third year, the August 19-25 fully supported road bicycling tour will feature three primary hub communities - Schroon Lake, Keene Valley and Saranac Lake - with two consecutive nights at each. The result is more ride distances and options than ever by providing guests the ability to choose to pedal as few as three days or as many as six during the weeklong event.

Bassmaster Elite Pro Mark Menendez

Niagara Falls, N.Y. (Jan. 10, 2017) - Bassmaster Elite Pro Mark Menendez of Paducah, Kentucky will join an impressive cast of speakers at the Greater Niagara Fishing and Outdoor Expo to be held Jan. 20-22 at the Conference and Event Center Niagara Falls. Menendez, a regular on the Bassmaster Tournament Trail for 26 years, is slated to be a competitor in the Elite Series in 2017 once again.

With plenty to do in Orange County, N.Y, winter's cold weather is no excuse to stop moving.

Orange County, N.Y. (January 10, 2017) - Cold weather fun for the whole family can be found in Orange County this winter. Whether you like the thrill of tubing down a snow-covered hill or prefer horseback riding on a quiet wooded trail, there are plenty of ways to get outdoors and stay active this season.

Water Trail partners gathered at Kingston Point Beach Announcement.Tools will Grow Hudson River Tourism and Recreation

Kingston, N.Y. - The Hudson River Valley Greenway and National Heritage Area announced today a suite of tools
that will make it easier for residents and tourists to explore the Hudson River from the Adirondack Park to New York City.  They include a new Hudson River Greenway Water
Trail Four-Map/Guide Set
, a new mobile responsive website, and the latest edition of The Hudson River Greenway Water Trail Guide.  Water Trail enthusiasts were joined at Kingston Point Beach by Kingston Mayor Steve Noble and other
dignitaries for the announcement.   The announcement was followed by a paddle led by Mayor Noble on the Hudson River and Rondout Creek.

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