A community rooted in history and heritage, the town of Malone, New York is an ideal community tucked away in the lush landscape of northern Franklin County. Its diverse downtown district is brimming with historic sites and museums, in addition to a host of shopping and dining destinations. Visitors and locals alike enjoy shopping at unique storefronts like Adirondack 1892, Village Furniture & Design, Fountain’s Enchanted Florist & Gift Shop and more. Delicious dining awaits at Mo’s Pub and Grill, Donovan’s Steak and Ale, The Pines Tap and Table and Bokie’s Drive-In (a Malone fixture since 1956). What are you waiting for? Come discover Malone and start living like a local.
- Outdoor Adventure
- Arts, Culture & Food
In Malone, there’s no shortage of adventurous outdoor activities to get your feet moving and your heart pumping. Titus Mountain Family Ski Center in Malone is the ultimate family-friendly Adirondack ski destination. Titus features three mountains and 50 trails, with 10 lifts, 2 lodges, a learning center, rental center and 2,025-foot summit. In addition to skiing and snowboarding, visitors can enjoy the snow tubing park. Snowmobiling and ice fishing are also popular outdoor activities during the winter months. When the weather warms up, tee up for internationally acclaimed golf at the Malone golf courses or try biking the 188-mile Adirondack Trail Scenic Byway. Hiking trails dot the local landscape, from High Falls Park in Chateaugay to the nearby Azure Mountain with spectacular views in store. Canoe or kayak your way across Chateaugay or Meachem Lake or visit the Adirondack Park to access hundreds more miles of waterways.
A Taste of Local Life
Every summer, one of new York state’s biggest county fairs, the Franklin County Fair, returns to Malone with ten days of events, competitions, rides, food, live music, and a demolition derby. But in Malone, you can experience great food and fun year-round. Please your palate with a delicious meal from a community staple like Bokie’s Drive-In, serving up comfort food since 1956, or visit Township 7 Brewing Co. for a unique craft beer experience. Interested in history? Explore the Almanzo Wilder Homestead or experience the Franklin Country Historical & Museum Society’s House of History, which dates to 1883. Head west to nearby Akwesasne to view and learn about the Mohawk arts and artifacts at the Akwesasne Cultural Center Library & Museum.
A Strong Public School System
Malone Central School District operates five schools in the region: Davis Elementary, Flanders Elementary, St. Joseph’s Elementary, Malone Middle School and Franklin Academy. These excellent public schools offer top-tier education for grades K-12, with a focus on students’ learning and well-being. Malone’s K-12 schools guarantee an excellent learning experience with different options tailored to suit the needs of every student. Learn more by visiting the school websites below.
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