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Nestled in the Southeastern Adirondacks, Chestertown is a small hamlet within the Town of Chester. Although it's close to popular Adirondack destinations like North Creek and Lake George, the Chestertown community is a must-visit place for Adirondack visitors. Check out things to do from great hiking spots to live entertainment and more!

If you’re visiting Chestertown during the summer for a day trip, there’s no better way to cool off quickly than by swimming in Loon Lake. The public beach is on Route 9 across from The Lakeside at Loon Lake. Want to head out on the water instead? The Loon Lake Marina on Marina Road can help you out with boat rentals and more. I am personally an avid motorcyclist, and the Adirondacks have some of the most stunning scenery and the most twisting roads in NY. I would always be glad to lead you on a fantastic journey! During the off-season, there’s nothing more thrilling during winter than riding a snowmobile through the snowy woods in the Adirondacks. Experience the excitement and adventure for yourself with C+C Adirondack Snowmobile Tours. Offering a combined 40+ years of snowmobiling experience, the staff at C+C will help you have the time of your life on the trails. They customize each tour to accommodate riders of all skill levels. All you have to do is wear your winter clothes and prepare for fun!

The Bullhouse

For Latin American cuisine in a casual yet upscale setting in the heart of Chestertown, try The Bullhouse. Their extensive menu includes a variety of tapas/starters as well as everything from steaks to seafood and more. Check out the full bar for a wide selection of craft beers and fine wines to pair with your meal.

Panther Mountain Pub

For some of the best pub grub around, take a trip to the Panther Mountain Pub. The restaurant is known for its fried food, pizza menu, live entertainment, and craft beers at the bar. Ask for Willie, he'll take good care of you. You can find the local pub at the Panther Mountain Inn, in central Chestertown.

Main Street Ice Cream Parlor & Restaurant

The Main Street Ice Cream Parlor is one of the most popular sites in all of Chestertown. You can sit right at the old-fashioned counter or grab a table for your group. For delicious icy treats, great food, and more, this ice cream parlor is the place to be. Don’t forget to browse their gift shop!

The Crossroads

The Crossroads is a country store and outdoors shop that offers all you need and more to go on your own Adirondack adventure. Although the store specializes in fishing gear and clothing, they also sell sandwiches and soup at their deli and ice cream during the warmer months. Stop by this local hangout spot and see everything they offer.

The Odd Duck

The Odd Duck is a family owned restaurant in Chestertown, NY.  Jamie Glynn is both the owner and chef. Glynn returned back to the northeast to start his own business amidst a successful culinary career in Florida and South Carolina. He attended Paul Smith College (Saranac, NY) and previously worked at the Sagamore, Trillium restaurant (Bolton Landing, NY), Caffe Bouloud (Palm Beach, FL), South Carolina Yacht Club (Hilton Head, SC), and Palmetto Bluff (Bluffton, SC). Using this experience, Glynn has brought a southern flavor to the Adirondacks. 


I started working professionally as a Recording Engineer in 2003, and it wasn’t long before I realised that I had a skill people really needed. This skill, which is based on combining my artistic integrity with what my clients need, led to the creation of Adirondack Recording Studio. And it’s based on more than just delivering amazing audio of the very highest quality.


When it comes to audio, my principles are tried and true. I know what people want. I know the end result they’re trying to achieve. And I know how to give it to them. As a true artist, I can help you create audio for your next project that creates an emotion your audience will never forget. Talk to me about how I can make it happen.

I am a graduate of the Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences in Tempe, AZ.  During my year at the university, I came to understand the complexities of the recording arts and obtained a clear understanding of all the methods and tools required to do the job correctly.  I spent a year in Los Angeles working for the famed Westlake Studios, and soon began to build my studio and equipment over the years.  My primary gig is monitor engineer for the legendary band Chicago, for the last 15 years.

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