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Beaches around the Great Sacandaga Lake

Beach Safety from the Red Cross

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  • Protect your skin: Sunlight contains two kinds of UV rays -- UVA increases the risk of skin cancer, skin aging, and other skin diseases. UVB causes sunburn and can lead to skin cancer. Limit the amount of direct sunlight you receive between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. and wear a sunscreen with a sun protection factor of at least 15.

  • Drink plenty of water regularly and often even if you do not feel thirsty. Your body needs water to keep cool.
    • Avoid drinks with alcohol or caffeine in them. They can make you feel good briefly but make the heat's effects on your body worse. This is especially true with beer, which dehydrates the body.
  • Watch for signs of heat stroke: Heat stroke is life-threatening. The person's temperature control system, which produces sweating to cool the body, stops working.
    • The body temperature can rise so high that brain damage and death may result if the body is not cooled quickly.
    • Signals of heat stroke include –
      • Hot, red, and usually dry skin, but in some cases such as during athletic activity while wearing a helmet, the skin may be moist
      • Changes in consciousness
      • Rapid, weak pulse, and
      • Rapid, shallow breathing.
    • Call 9-1-1 or your local EMS number.
    • Move the person to a cooler place.
    • Quickly cool the body by wrapping wet sheets around the body and fan it. If you have ice packs or cold packs, place them on each of the victim's wrists and ankles, in the armpits and on the neck to cool the large blood vessels.
    • Watch for signals of breathing problems and make sure the airway is clear.
    • Keep the person lying down.
  • Wear eye protection
    • Sunglasses are like sunscreen for your eyes and protect against damage that can occur from UV rays.
    • Be sure to wear sunglasses with labels that indicate that they absorb at least 90 percent of UV sunlight.
  • Wear foot protection. Many times, people's feet can get burned from the sand or cut from glass in the sand.

Broadalbin Town Beach Video

     

 

** We do our best to keep information current at Visit Sacandaga, but it is always BEST to Call and check before making plans. Establishments may make changes without informing us!!!



Broadalbin Town Beach
Lakeview Road
Broadalbin

As of 2012, the town no longer has control of the beach and it is technically not "open".

It is controlled by NYS DEC and is strictly for car-top boat launching.

For further info you may contact the Encon officer Shane Mannis that patrols the area at 518-708-1168.


Town of Mayfield Beach
Burr Road
Mayfield

518-661-5414

Summer Season
Open Monday- Friday
11am-6pm
Saturday and Sunday 1
1am-7pm


Town of Northampton Beach
Houseman Stree
Northampton

518-863-6000

Summer Season Open Daily
10am-8pm

Village of Northville Beach
State Route 30

Northville

518-863-4040
Summer Season
Open Monday-Friday 1:00 – 6:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday 12:00 – 5:00pm

Beach at Sport Island Pub
108 Riverside Blvd.
Sacandaga Park
Northville, NY 12134
518-863-2003

"beach access limited to access permit holders and patrons of the Sport Island Pub


Caroga Lake Beach and NY State Campground
State Route 29, Caroga Lake
518-835-4241
Summer Season
Open Daily from 8am-10pm

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Pine Lake Park Beach
136 Timberline Lane
Pine Lake
518-835-4930
Summer Season Open Daily
11am-6pm

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