Adirondack Drone visits Lake Ontario
Adirondack Drone spent the last couple of days on the shore of Lake Ontario, in the City of Oswego, New York at The Best Western Plus Oswego Hotel & Conference Center.
Click here to check out our latest 3D Interactive Matterport Tour of one of their rooms.
Upon arriving to the area we first visited Fort Ontario State Historic Site since it’s located only minutes away and within walking distance from the hotel. The Fort is currently closed but will re-open for the season on Wednesday, May 15th, 2019. Despite not being able to tour inside of the Fort, we still managed to get some nice aerial footage of the ruins. Check out some of Adirondack Drone’s images here.
Located across from Fort Ontario State Historic Site is The Oswego Lighthouse. Standing at the inlet of the Oswego River, it’s located at the very end of the 2,000 foot-long breakwater, which extends .5 miles out onto Lake Ontario. The existing lighthouse was built in 1934 replacing its earlier version that was first established in 1822.
Once finished exploring the above attractions we made our way to grab dinner at
Alex’s on the water, which was conveniently located within the hotel itself and only just a hop, skip & jump away from our room. The food was amazing and their prices are reasonable too.
We ended our trip by visiting our friends Steve & Doreen Ossenkop at Adirondack Buffalo Company in North Hudson. Steve was busy across the road at their farm working on a project and Doreen was busy inside the gift shop getting ready for the first day of opening for the upcoming season. It was the perfect ending to an amazing venture!