Do you love golfing? You can find plenty of Glens Falls golf courses and golf clubs on GlensFallsRegion.com. Find challenging championship 18 hole courses as well as easier par 3 courses. Whether you are looking for a public course or a private club to join, you will find a great assortment right here in Glens Falls and its surrounding areas.
Open the last weekend in April through October, Pirate's Cove Miniature Golf has won several awards for Best Mini Golf Course in the Lake George area. The grounds have everything you're used to with the addition of beautiful plants and flowers.
Dedicated to quality, Five Star Golf Cars has a great selection of new and used golf carts. With a new location in Queensbury, customers can choose from brands like Club Car, EZGO and Yamaha, as well as a wide variety of rentals.
The 2017 Glens Falls Brewfest
The Glens Falls Brewfest is a beer, wine, and cider tasting event that draws the best of the best local, regional, and national breweries, wineries, and cideries. This year the event will be held on April 1 and is conveniently located at the Queensbury Hotel! See full details
The Rotary 5K & Corporate Challenge
Calling on all runners and walkers! The Glens Falls Rotary annually hosts a 5K road race in April each year. The race is held at the SUNY Adirondack campus on Bay Road in Queensbury, and the course is mostly flat and fast with just one small hill. This year the club has selected the Chapman Historical Museum and the Greater Glens Falls Senior Citizen Center to be the beneficiaries of the event. See full details
7th Annual Winter Raptor Fest in Greenwich, NY
Experience the wonder of flight when Friends of the IBA's 7th annual Winter Raptor Fest returns to the Washington County Fairgrounds on May 13 & 14. Exciting Live Bird of Prey programs introduce you to many of our native owls, hawks and falcons, including some of our most endangered species! See full details
13th Annual Tour of the Battenkill
The 13th Annual Tour of the Battenkill is America's largest one-day Pro/Am cycling race. Cyclists compete over 65+ miles of rolling terrain on both dirt and paved roads as they travel through the world famous Battenkill Valley. Set in early spring, the race courses includes covered bridges, family farms, and rural villages along the many challenging backcountry roads that traverse Southern Washington County, New York. See full details