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ADK Fall Weekend 2024

  • October 04, 2024
  • 2:00 PM
  • October 07, 2024
  • 2:00 PM
  • Antlers, Raquette Lake
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ADK Fall Weekend Details

What: A fall weekend at an historic lodge on Raquette Lake in the Adirondacks. Activities include lots of great hiking, biking, kayaking, canoeing (bring your own equipment).  Check out The Wild Center in Tupper Lake; The  Adirondack Scenic Railroad in Thendara; Revolution Rail Co. in North Creek; McCauley Mountain for chair lift rides and mountain biking. The Adirondack Experience in Blue Mountain Lake is definitely worth a visit as is the nearby Great Camp Sagamore. Please check the Old Forge area website for activities if you are looking for things to do. Or, just kick back, unplug and unwind. Additional plans for outings can be made once everyone is registered.

Where: The Main Lodge at Antlers, part of SUNY Cortland's William H. Parks Family Center for Environmental and Outdoor Education

Link to Directions: Driving Directions 
GPS address to the Main Lodge is 540 Antlers Road, Raquette Lake, NY.

When: Oct. 4-7, 2024, Friday to Monday (3 nights) or Friday to Sunday  (2 nights).

Cost: Stay for 3 nights, Friday, Saturday and Sunday for $105 per person; or 2 nights, Friday and Saturday for $85 per person.

Sign up: Register online and pay the $30 deposit via credit card to reserve your spot on a first-come, first-served basis. Each club member must register individually. The balance is due at or before the September general membership meeting, by check made out to TCSC and given to Ingrid Jordak or mailed to her at 244 Greenwood Road, Lisle, NY 13797.

Accommodations: All rooms have new toilets, sinks and showers. Rooms are assigned based on time of registration.

  • Room #2 (sleeps 2 or 3)
  • Room #3 ( sleeps 4 or 5)
  • Room #4 (sleeps 2)
  • Room #5 (sleeps 2 or 3)
Rooms #1 and the Backroom (sleep 2 or 3) and guests will have to use one of the two recently remodeled bathrooms in the hallway.

There are also two half bathrooms in the downstairs with a toilet and sink.  All rooms have single spring beds and bunk beds with a woolen blanket and pillow. You'll need to bring towels, a sleeping bag or sheets and pillow case. Bring your own blankets and pillow if you wish.

All of the rooms, including bedrooms, in the Main Lodge are heated. WiFi is available on the property, but cell service is spotty. AT&T seems to work well. This is an opportunity to unplug and reconnect with nature and friends.

The lodge's common areas are spacious and comfortable. All kitchen and cleaning supplies are provided. We have to clean up and leave the lodge as we found it. We always leave it better! There are complete kitchen facilities to prepare meals, including refrigerator, stove, microwave, coffeemaker, crockpots, pots and pans, and utensils, dishes and silverware. Bring your own breakfasts and plan your own lunches. 

In the past, we have planned potluck dinners. Bring your choice of beverages, alcoholic and non-alcoholic and a cooler to keep them cold. Raquette Lake Navigation has offered a delicious dinner cruise on either Saturday or Sunday. 

Read and agree to the Trip Policy when you register.

NOTE! Registration is set at 15 for more comfortable sleeping arrangements. If reservations are full, please add your name to the waitlist.

Want to know more? View our photos from past weekends in our Photo Albums or send Ingrid Jordak an email or text message 607-221-4606.

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