Happy 2020! The new year has kicked off in Saratoga Springs, and a full season of winter fun awaits. This weekend, you should check out these local winter activities and events happening around the region.
Explore a gorgeous snow covered forest with Into The Woods Farm in Middle Grove during their upcoming Sunday Snowshoe Adventures. These Snowshoe Adventures are open to all ages, and snowshoe rentals are available upon request. Make your reservation on their website.
On Saturday, Adirondack Mountain Rescue will host an Axe and Crampon Basics class that will teach participants how to prevent accidents in the wilderness before they happen. There will be three classes throughout the day, and class size is limited. Reserve your spot today and learn about general outdoor safety, using crampons and axes, helmets, and other important topics.
Have you ever been on a horse drawn sleigh ride? If not, then you should bring the family to Lapland Lake in Northville this Saturday for a horse drawn sleigh ride through a winter wonderland. Pre-registration is required, and sleigh rides will take place from 9:30am-2:30pm.
Starting Saturday, January 4, Saratoga Youth Hockey, the NHL and New York Rangers will present a Learn To Play introductory program at the Saratoga Springs Ice Rink. The program fee includes a full set of equipment for first-time participants, 10 weeks of 1-hour sessions, professional instruction alongside Rangers staff, and special appearances by Rangers alumni.
Do you love playing board games and meeting new people? Join By Gaming is hosting a special Ladies Board Game Brunch on Sunday, January 5 at Palette Cafe in Saratoga Springs. This free event will feature awesome drink specials and plenty of board games to play.
Check out all the new vehicles on display at the 2020 Saratoga City Center RV Show this weekend from Friday through Sunday. Admission is free, and over 400 RVs will be available.
The highly anticipated Annual Moonlight Ski and Snowshoe at Camp Saratoga will be held on Saturday, January 11. Registered snowshoers can enjoy a trip along 2.5 miles of lighted, groomed trails.