Summer Sessions 2013: Travel

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Summer Sessions

July 21–27, 2013 • Silver Bay, New York

Travel to Silver Bay




Driving Directions to Silver Bay

Silver Bay's address: Silver Bay YMCA ⋅ 87 Silver Bay Rd. Silver Bay, NY 12874 | (518) 543-8833

Silver Bay is on the west side of Lake George about 90 miles north of Albany. Leave I-87 at exits 22, 23, or 24.

At exit 22: Take a left onto Rt. 9. Go through Lake George Village to the north end and take a right onto Rt. 9N. Go through Bolton Landing, then go approximately 13 miles. At Silver Bay Road, go 1/2 mile to the Inn.

At exit 23: Take a right off the exit onto Bolton Road all the way to the end of the road. Turn left onto Rt. 9N, through Bolton Landing, and 13 miles towards Hague. At Silver Bay Road, go 1/2 mile to the Inn.

At exit 24: Take a right off the exit. Go 4 miles east to Rt. 9N, then left (north) on 9N for 13 miles. At Silver Bay Road, go 1/2 mile to the Inn.

Driving time: 1 1/2–2 hrs from Albany; 4–5 hrs from New York City; 6–7 hrs from Buffalo. For more explicit or alternate directions, contact Silver Bay.

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Publict Transportation to Silver Bay

By train: Take Amtrak's Adirondack to Ticonderoga (150-523-8720 or 150-879-7245).

Bus service: Adirondack Trailways (150-225-0815) from New York or Albany to Lake George Village. See below for transportation from Lake George Village to Silver Bay.

Note: Friends using public transportation who are interested in traveling together from Ticonderoga on Sunday, July 21 should contact Helen Garay Toppins at [email protected].

Transportation Information

From: Nearby Locations (cost per car)
Adirondack Cab Co. (Ticonderoga) 518-585-2222

Ticoneroga Train Station $30.00
Lake George Village $47.50
Ticonderoga $30.00
Glens Falls $60.00
Plattsburgh $80.00
Burlington, Vermont $90.00

From: Albany Airport or Albany Bus Terminal

Number of passengers 1 to 3 up to 6
Adirondack Cab Co. 518-585-2222 $150  
Todays Limousine 518-452-4242 $170 + tax $185 + tax

Ask for Silver Bay rates. If you are traveling with others the rate can be divided by the number of passengers.

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