In August, we headed up to camp in Lake George, New York for a few nights. We stayed at the Adirondack Camping Village again because we loved it there so much last time.
We got there on Wednesday and set up the camper, ate dinner, and played around the campsite.
On Thursday, I went for a run while the boys went for a bike ride on the Warren County Bikeway. Carter rode his bike and Chris pulled the twins in the bugger. Fun fact: This is the same bugger that Chris and his brother rode in when they were children.
Afterwards, we went for a ride on the Mini Ha Ha, which I don’t seem to have any pictures of!
On the way back, we stopped at Pirate’s Cove Adventure Golf for a round of mini-golf. It was the boys’ first time playing and it was an adventure.
Million Dollar Beach was closed due to an algae bloom, so we packed a picnic lunch and headed to Veterans Memorial Beach in Bolton Landing for the day.
The next day, we walked around town and had lunch at the Boardwalk Restaurant & Marina in the village.
When we got back to the campground, we went for a swim in the pool and ended the day with a campfire and s’mores.
The next morning, the boys played at the campsite while Chris and I got it all packed up to head home. We went for one last walk and bike ride around the campground before heading home.