From our Chamber’s offices in downtown Glens Falls, we serve a five county region, including Warren, Washington, Hamilton, southern Essex and northern Saratoga Counties. The Adirondack Park occupies six million acres of public and private land and is the largest wilderness park in the United States. Our residents enjoy an exceptional quality of life, and our visitors come back year after year to enjoy the lakes, mountains and overall beauty of the region. www.adirondackchamber.org
Cradled in the rolling hills of Southern Washington County, New York, the Cambridge Valley is home to scenic farmland views, historic buildings and a friendly, diverse population of artists, craftsman, small business owners and farmers. We pride ourselves on the unspoiled countryside that surrounds our central village and our enviable, safe and quiet way of life.
Cambridge is located in a stunningly beautiful part of the country where the abundant pastels of Spring and the lush greens of Summer give way to an explosion of color each Autumn and the sparkling white days of Winter. Each season in Cambridge has its own special events and flavors, and we invite you to come and enjoy all of them with us. www.cambridgenychamber.com
Nestled between the Hudson River and the Battenkill, a nationally recognized trout stream, is the village of Greenwich, New York. Called “the most extraordinary, beautiful and architecturally intact village in all of upstate New York”, Greenwich offers a variety of restaurants and a very alive Main Street. There is much to discover in southern Washington County. Enjoy the journey!
Washington County’s own tourism arm, working to attract visitors to the region and inform all of the locals what’s located in our back yards.
Events, attractions, and festivals unique to the area are listed and described on this informative website.
Cradled in the hills of Southern Washington County, New York’s Battenkill Valley is the home to scenic farmland views, historic buildings and a friendly, diverse population of artists, craftsmen, small business owners and farmers. The unspoiled countryside that surrounds Cambridge, Greenwich and Salem provides us with an enviable, quiet way of life.
Take time to experience and explore the seasonal recreational opportunities; enjoy shopping, art galleries, museums, theaters, restaurants, wineries, craft breweries and award winning ice cream: an incomparable and varied vacation awaits you.
The Salem Rotary Club is a service organization founded in 1967. Over the years the club has supplied support for local projects in need of financial and physical assistance. As a member of Rotary International, the club annually supports the fight against polio in foreign countries as well as assisting other countries recovering from natural disasters. Rotary Clubs around the world support each other in this task. The Salem Rotary Club sponsors the international student exchange, the blood mobile, and the April Fool’s Day Race among other annual events. The motto “Service Above Self” drives the club in its goals.