Keeseville is a hamlet in Clinton and Essex counties, New York, in the United States. The population was 10 at the 2010 census. The village is named after the Keese family, early settlers from Vermont. It developed along the Ausable River, which provided water power for mills and industrial development.
Restaurants in Keeseville
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Self serve freezers and egg coolers are in the butcher shop; come in anytime. Our beef and sheep are grass fed; our pigs and chickens are pastured and eat grains and whey. A variety of cuts are prepared, some smoked, and fresh sausages are made each week using herbs from our fields and organic spices. Visit Mace Chasm Farm and learn about the area's burgeoning farm community.
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Ausable Chasm, open since 1870, is the oldest and largest natural attraction in the Adirondacks. More than 10 million visitors have explored the chasm on the well-maintained scenic nature trails. Scenic vistas, bridges and stairs throughout provide stunning views of the chasm and amazing waterfalls. More tours and adventures than any other Adirondack natural attraction including: float tours (via raft), tubing, rappelling, rock climbing, lantern tours and the all new Adventure Trail (via feratta/cable course). Great options for families of all ages as well as for the more adventurous! Cafe, gift shop, campground, cabins & motel on-site.
1. Start early 2. Bring some good anti-slip shoes and water-proof Jacket 3. Take the Classic tour (includes a raft tour) 4. Leave your Camera and valuables in your car/hotel room – there are no lockers onsite 5. Bring a GoPro with you to catch all the scenery without worrying We were visiting on a Sunday so started really early in the morning. Took the - Classic Tour that includes a breathtaking hike through the upper chasm followed by a scenic float (via raft) through the lower chasm on the legendary waters of the Ausable River (30$ per person- put on your wristband so it’s visible). After a short walk to the rainbow falls view point – take the detour to see the elephant’s head - that’s the best angle! follow the yellow trail (inner sanctum), continue with the trail that leads you through the chasm to the rafting dock. We waited about 30 min to the raft to fill and went out on the raft (if you can snag the first 2 seats do it for the best views). There was barely a stream (October) so the ride was very easy going and pleasant – we hardly got wet at all! It was a very special perspective seeing the chasm from this angle – highly recommended to add the bucks for the raft ride! On the end of the ride you can walk but we chose to take the shuttle back to the visitor center. We spent about 3 hours in total – it was a very busy day full with guided tours and would have been so much nicer with fewer crowds… but do it anyway! After all – this is the oldest nature attraction in America :)
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