Come celebrate the 3rd Annual Lake Clear Day with family attractions for all. Enjoy rides all day in Paul Smith’s original 1870s horse drawn stage coach as well as displays by local artists, vendors, and story tellers of Lake Clear history. Climb aboard real train gear on-site for the day or check out the many new additions to the running Lake Clear Junction model train diorama, replicating the way it was here over 100 years ago. Special games for kids, including Thomas the Train painting and toy train races. Music, food, and drink available. FREE admission and FREE parking. All this at Lake Clear Junction’s original 1911 train station (Charlie’s Inn), Junction Road, Lake Clear, NY 12945 on Route 30 north, just 1/4 mile past the intersection with Route 186. For more info call Jill Brockway at 518-891-9858.
Our 2nd Annual Celebration made the cover of the July 9th Adirondack Daily Enterprise! Grab a copy or check out the photos at http://bit.ly/NeUP8N
We’re following-up our popular Lake Clear Junction Centennial with a Second Annual Celebration!
There will be lots of great activities this year for kids and adults including:
Paul Smith’s Stage Coach
Thomas the Train Painting & Races
Assorted Artists and Vendors
Expanded Train Display in the Historic 1891 Depot
Train Gear On-Site
We hope you can join us for a day of family fun! Admission and parking are free.
We’re located just off Route 30 at the junction with 186 in Lake Clear. Just follow the signs for Charlie’s Inn.
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