Old Field Lighthouse

Old Field Lighthouse Distance

Old Field Lighthouse Old Field Point Lighthouse is located in the village of Old Field at the end of Old Field Road. It sits between the entrances of Port Jeff Harbor and Stonybrook Harbor on the North Shore of Long Island. As the maritime traffic started to increase on Long Island’s north shore it became … Read more

Montauk Point Lighthouse

Montauk Point Lighthouse

Montauk Point Lighthouse is the oldest lighthouse in New York state. It sits at the end of the south fork of Long Island. Its construction was completed in November of 1796. It was added as a National Historic Landmark on March 5, 2012. For a small fee, you can tour the museum and climb to … Read more

Bannerman Castle

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Bannerman Castle was originally put together as a ride for my motorcycle group. I was looking for something a little different to do and found this. I had no idea how the day would go as this was not one of the types of rides we normally did. It turned out to be a great day. Bannerman … Read more

Whiteface Mountain

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Located on NY431 White Face Mountain turned out to be a cool little trip. According to Wikipedia, it is the 5th highest mountain in the state of New York and one of the highest peaks in the Adirondack mountains. There Is An Admission Fee After stopping at the booth and pay an admission fee, it … Read more

Painted Pony Rodeo

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The Painted Pony is a local area attraction located near Lake George. If you are looking for something different to try or if you just love rodeos, this is a great night out. You can’t be in the Lake George area and not see the Painted Pony truck driving around with the big mobile billboard. … Read more

Minnie Ha Ha

Minnie Ha Ha Sign

No trip to Lake George is complete without taking a ride aboard the Minnie Ha Ha steamship paddle boat. It is an hour ride that explores the southern half of Lake George. It is a nice relaxing ride that features the captain explaining things like the large historic mansions and the history surrounding the scenic … Read more

Fort Ticonderoga

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If you’re a history buff and like Forts, as I do, this-this 18th-century fort built by the French is a perfect day trip for you and the family. It was built between 1755 and 1757. There are tours and live demonstrations and re-enactments throughout the day. As you walk through the interior of the fort, … Read more

Horton Point Lighthouse

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For some reason, I have always been fascinated with lighthouses. The funny part about that is that I am not a boater or a fisherman, and I hate heights!!! Yet time after time I find myself going to them and loving it. Living on Long Island for most of my life, I have had my … Read more