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2018-19 Southern Adirondack Guide

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42 With lodging located along the Hudson River, stay and play packages, driving range, putting green, swimming pool, restaurant and game room, Cronin’s is the area’s only “tee-side” golf destination. Our full service restaurant and bar offers breakfast, lunch and dinner, plus catering for large groups. “The Oasis,” located at the 6th and the12th, will keep you refreshed while being challenged on our top-rated, “along the Hudson,” 18-hole course. After you play a round, relax with friends on our deck, for drinks, good conversation, and great views. Make your next tee time at Cronin’s! cronins.indd 1 Located just seven miles north of Lake George Village in Warrensburg, Cronin’s Golf Resort offers an 18-hole, 6,121 yard, Par 70 course that is one of the most scenic golf courses in the area. The entire golf course runs along the upper Hudson River, making for an enjoyable round of golf with a spectacular Adirondack backdrop. What’s new this season? Meet your friends and make new friends! Happy Hour will return from 5 to 9pm and pub fare will be served. Dine on the Edge, the resort’s outdoor deck, on comfortable Telescope Casual furniture and wait for the music to begin. Regional musicians and animated DJ’s will keep you entertained into the night. Cronin’s offers you Pub Fare every night. You can spend the day on the course and dine overlooking the spectacular scenery of this course or you can stop in to visit and dine with friends. Not a golfer? Then the new pool area is for you! Available for both the Reach our advertisers at: 18 holes, Par 70 Putting Green • Driving Range Club Rentals • Resident Pro Riding Carts • Pro Shop the Golf Resort on the Hudson Golf Course Road, Warrensburg 518-623-9336 6/6/10 8:41 PM overnight and day use guests. Enjoy a good book, a swim and a cocktail by the pool while you wait for your golfing enthusiast. Today, the resort is open from April 1 through October 31, daily from 6 a.m. to dark. Rental carts are available, and here’s a big pro shop for all your golfing needs. In addition to the regular course, Cronin’s has a driving range for practice. Lessons are available as well. Cronin’s offers daily lunches and continental breakfasts. The cocktail lounge stays open until around 11 p.m. nightly and is open to the public. For those who want to stay where they golf, the resort has housekeeping cottages and motel unit’s onsite. The resort can accommodate golf outings of up to 120 people. Tournaments feature dinner and drinks for all participants. If golfing is your passion, while you’re in the area be sure to drop by Cronin’s Golf Resort in Warrensburg, and find out why it’s been one of the locals’ favorite places to golf for over 50 years. Make the Cronin’s family golf tradition your new tradition! Voted #1 Golf Course of the Region for 2018 Stay & Play 1-2-3 Bedroom Housekeeping Cottages. Only a chip shot from the first tee! Steps from the Hudson River. Partner Golfing? Hang out at our pool with a book, a meal and a cocktail! • • •

Founded at the turn of the 19th century along the Schroon River where a 70-foot-drop in 3 miles offered opportunity for three dams. Tanneries, sawmills, grist mills, a woolen mill and, later, shirt and pants manufacture, provided hundreds of jobs. At the turn of the 20th century the town boasted of municipal water and sewer systems, and even electric streetlights. It was among the first towns in the area to offer a free high school education to all residents when the Warrensburgh Academy was converted, by popular vote in 1888, to the Union Free School. A trolley line provided cheap access to towns and cities to the south, and the populace and industry was soon serviced by a major railroad line, the Delaware & Hudson. You can learn all about it the Warrensburgh Museum of Local History, with its two 72-foot long murals. Among its native sons was Floyd Bennett, the pilot who flew Commander Byrd to the North Pole, who was awarded the Medal of Honor, the nation’s highest military award. U. S. Congressman Louis Emerson was born and bred in Warrensburg, as was his brother, NY State Senator James Emerson, a long-term and influential legislator who helped create the New York State highway system in the early part of the 20th century. Warrensburg has always been hospitable to travelers and visitors from its earliest days when numerous hotels lined its streets. Vacationers seeking a respite from hot cities found Warrensburg quiet bucolic ways and mountain scenery a tonic from hectic lives. Warrensburg continues that tradition, with several bed-and-breakfasts, from elegant Victorian to charming farmhouses and lodges, dude ranches and several motels and campgrounds. Fine gourmet dining in historic buildings, and hometown cooking in traditional diner settings draw visitors from far and wide. Warrensburg is easily accessed via Interstate I-87 (Adirondack Northway Exit 23) or by public transit: Adirondack Trailways buses stop several times daily in W a r - r e n s - burg and Amtrak has train service to Fort Edward, where private arrangements can be made to Warrensburg. Local taxi service is available. (518) 623-3431 J. Gallup Farm Pickle 43 Reach our advertisers at: • • •

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