June 2nd is National Trails Day and to celebrate Caroga Lake is hosting three days of family fun!
Friday, June 1
8am-8pm: Check in at Caroga Lake Campground
12pm: Golf Tournament at Nick Stoner Golf Course, Shotgun start with 4 person teams
12pm: Recreational hikes and paddling trips. Lead by Foothills ADK trip leaders, 15 trips available
6-9pm: NTD Registered Trail Workers Meet & Greet
Saturday, June 2
7-11am: Breakfast Buffet at the Red Store, Caroga Lake, $8/person and $4 for those ages 8 and under
9am: ADK Trails Project, Free and open to all, but workers must Pre-Register
12-4pm: Benefit Hamburger and Hot Dog Sale, Wheelerville Garden Committee at Caroga Lake Pavilion
12-5pm: Informational and Educational Booths, Caroga Lake Pavilion
6pm: NTD Registered Trail Workers’ BBQ, Caroga Lake Pavilion. Raffle, Door Prizes, Music
Sunday, June 3
7-11am: Benefit Pancake Breakfast, Wheelerville Garden Committee at Wheelerville School, $6/person
8am: Recreational Hikes and Paddling Trips, Led by Foothills ADK trip leaders, 15 trips available
11am: Caroga Lake Campground Check-Out
Visit www.adk.org for more information and to register for activities. You must be pre-registered to participate.
American Hiking Society’s National Trails Day is a celebration of trails! Trails give you the opportunity to get your heart pumping, lungs expanding and muscles working at various levels of difficulty, thereby improving your physical, as well as mental, well-being. National Trails Day is not only an opportunity to introduce people to the many joys of trails, it is also to celebrate the hard work of the people who support and maintain the trails – volunteers, land agencies and outdoor-minded businesses.
This National Trails Day event, registered annually with the American Hiking Society by the Adirondack Mountain Club is strategically based in 2012 at Caroga Lake, NY in the Southern Adirondacks. It is proudly hosted by the Foothills Chapter of ADK.
The Adirondack Mountain Club (ADK) is a non-profit membership organization protecting wild lands and waters through a balanced approach of conservation and advocacy, environmental education and responsible recreation.