The moon will be full on Friday, Sept. 29 and Swan Bay Resort will be in celebration of the new moon!
Join painter Lynette Lundy at the Why Knot Tiki Bar as she guides you through a lesson in painting a fall themed full moon canvas. The price includes all your needed art supplies and a FREE drink at the Why Knot Tiki Bar!!
$45 per person. Registration required by Sept. 27. Call 315-482-7926 to reserve your spot today!
Directions to Alexandria Bay, NY: When exiting Swan Bay Resort, take a Left onto Route 12, after 3.5mi take a Left at the Light onto Church St. to go under the “Welcome to Alexandria Bay” sign. Continue straight until you reach James St. which is Downtown Alexandria Bay.
Things To Do In Downtown Alexandria Bay
Visit Wellesley Island State Park and enjoy their beach, onsite activities, and walking trails for hiking, snowshoeing, or cross-country skiing at the Minna Anthony Common Nature Center.
Go Golfing at multiple different locations within a 5-10mi drive of Swan Bay Resort
Take the Kids to Alex Bay 500 Go-Karts where they can spend time racing each other and then enjoy a game of Mini-Golf right after!
Sign up for an ATV Tour of the regions’ trails through RiverGate Wheelers
Casino Island is a destination for the whole family. Pack a lunch and enjoy a picnic under the Pavilion over looking the River, hang out at the small Beach, play on the playground, or explore the small island over the bridge. No matter what you do, the gorgeous River views never end! It’s so great, we even named one of our Cottages after the Island.
Rent a Boat or Jet Ski from local businesses to enjoy!
Take that rental, or your own boat, and go through Millionaire’s Row, an array of Islands and Island homes which was once the playground of the rich and famous at the turn of the 20th Century.
View cargo ships passing through the Main Channel coming from all over the world! You can find out their locations and schedules, here. For Daily cargo ship schedules come visit the Main Office and then head on down to our Marina to watch the ships go by.