Saratoga County has many options to enjoy the outdoors, while still enabling you to socially distance.
Whitewater rafting on the Sacandaga River, in Saratoga County, is a great workout and a great way to enjoy the outdoors. Visitors who can manage the rapids alone can make this a fun activity for the full family to ensure social distancing. If rafting is too extreme, kayaking on the Great Sacandaga Reservoir is another option.
This 10 mile tour across 3000 acres of the national park is where the American Revolution is said to have occurred. The historic tour has great views of the Hudson and takes you back to a time some 200 years ago. The views have remained as pristine. Minus the gore of the war.
This trail is a bit of a challenge with an elevation gain of 476m but the views from the top promise to be worth it. Check to see if the Fire Tower is open. This is where officials used to spot forest fires in the 1900s.
The trail is for more of a stroll but the Mohawk River is ideal for canoeing or kayaking. The website says you should not miss the Lock 19, Clute's Dry Dock, Whipple Bridge, Forts Ferry remains, sightings of the Great Blue Heron.
This area is ideal for light mountain biking or jogging. There are 25 miles of hiking trails. And a chance to see the Karner Blue Butterfly.
With 3000 acres of hiking trails, the park also has seasonally camping and picnic spots. These are seasonal and not open in just the summer months.