Adirondack Deck Live Cam

Enjoy dining on our deck while over looking Fouth Lake


Hosted by:
  • Tal Daikers
  • 161 Daikers Circle - Old Forge
  • New York 13420 - United States
  • (315) 369-6954
  • [email protected]

Located at Daiker's Inn, in Old Forge, New York area

Daiker's is the place to be this weekend! As we kick off the snowmobile season with the biggest Snodeo party in the area! We've got great food, drinks and entertainment all weekend!

If one of the prerequisites for fine art is atmosphere, then it is easy to see the area's beauty helped inspire a vast wealth of artistic treasures. It could be one of the reasons Mstislav Rostropovich, world-renowned cellist and former conductor of the National Symphony Orchestra, maintains a summer "dacha" just outside the Village of Mohawk.

Munson-Williams Proctor Arts Institute - The single largest artistic resource in the area is the Munson­Williams Proctor Arts Institute in Utica. Students and visitors alike are afforded the opportunity to both appreciate and create works of art through its Museum, School of Art and Performing Arts Division. The museum is home to a variety of American and European art, including Pablo Picasso and Thomas Cole. Located next door to the MWP, is Fountain Elms, the Victorian ancestral home of the institute's founders.

The MWP's Great Artist Series brings the world's greatest performers to the stage of the magnificently restored Stanley Performing Arts Center.

For other musical tastes, there is the Chamber Music Society of Utica, the Mohawk Valley Choral Society, and the Glimmerglass Opera House in Cooperstown. Lighter musical fare can be enjoyed at venues such as the Kirkland Arts Center Coffeehouse, the Mohawk Valley Center for the Arts in Little Falls and the Utica Memorial Auditorium, which regularly features some of the biggest names in pop, country and rock music. Jazz enthusiasts frequent Tiny's in Utica for legends like Maynard Ferguson and Chuck Mangione, who lives just a few hours away near Rochester. The Players of Utica, one of the oldest community theatre groups in the country, regularly present productions as does the Ilion Theatre Club.