Guest blog submitted by Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce
Who says trick or treating is just for kids? It’s time for adults to take back Halloween and trick or treat yourself to something nice! With all of the stress this year has brought, now is the time to get pampered! The Ticonderoga area is full of ways to treat yourself. Get a massage! Do your nails! Grab a nice dinner! Buy yourself a gift! The ways to indulge yourself here are endless.
Beautify yourself: Personal services are a great way to treat yourself. From fresh haircuts and color to wax treatments, manicures and pedicures, our local salons have you covered! Vanity Hair, Rebecca’s Hair Salon, or Meraki Hair and Beauty Studio will do their best to help you unwind and refresh.
Relax from head to toe: To treat yourself from head to toe, a relaxing massage is just the ticket! Massage therapists at Creekside Therapeutic Massage and Montcalm Apothecary can offer you a variety of massages including Swedish, deep tissue, prenatal, hot stone, Thai and CBD in an atmosphere that is sure to melt your stress away.
Cheers!: What better way to unwind than with a delicious cocktail? You will not be disappointed in a visit to Montcalm Liquors. Their wide selection of wines and liquors is sure to please anyone looking to treat themselves to a cocktail or glass or wine. Enjoy your drink at home, in your hotel room, at next to a cozy fire.
Be our guest: Having someone else cook for you is the perfect treat! Whether you’re dining in or taking out nowadays, our area restaurants are prepared to serve you delectable meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner (and don’t forget dessert!). Check out the wide variety of options at Eddie’s Restaurant, The Hot Biscuit Diner, Burleigh’s Luncheonette, Madden's Pub and Wind-Chill Factory.
If you’re looking for a little treat after you have been wined and dined, stop by The Candy Corner for something sweet! They offer a wide selection of nostalgic and novelty candies and snacks.
Buy yourself something nice: Who doesn’t like shopping for themselves? In the Ticonderoga area your shopping experience will be all that you want it to be. You can buy a one of a kind painting at Ti Arts Downtown Gallery, grab a new pair of sunglasses at Optics of Ticonderoga, treat yourself to a bouquet of flowers or a special gift at The Country Florist or Tromblee’s Greenhouse & Gifts, or find a unique new piece of home décor at Sugar and Spice Country Shoppe, Fox and Fern Adirondack Mercantile, Gunnison's Lakeshore Orchard, or Hidden Treasures.
For any guidance on ways to treat yourself, or places to shop or dine, contact the Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce at 518-585-6619. We’re here to make your experience in the area the best it possibly can be!
So, while your kids are digging through their trick or treat bags, you can enjoy the treasures you have found while feeling rejuvenated and relaxed! While Halloween only comes along once a year, you can trick or treat yourself in the Ticonderoga area all year round!