The summer season will be here before you know it. If you want to make the most of it this year, we've got 21 adventures to put on your bucket list to enjoy the warmer months in New York.

The Empire State has so much to offer with all the mountains, rivers, and lakes. You can take in the beauty of Mother Nature from the ground, the air, and even beneath the surface. Enjoy a lazy day on the water or fly through the sky. There's someone for every level of excitement.

Here's a list of 21 things you should experience at least once in your lifetime.

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21 Adventures You Need to Add to Your Summer Bucket List

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First Food Boat Setting Sail in CNY

For the first time, a food boat is setting sail to feed boaters in Central New York this summer.

Jeff Rogers, the man behind the Angry Garlic and Angry Smokehouse is taking on a new adventure. This time he's bringing the food to the water.

Plans are underway to transform a pontoon into a food boat that will launch from Lock 24 on the Seneca River.

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"This is not a boat you can sit and have a meal on, think of it as a food truck on the water."

The Angry Waters pontoon will travel down the river to Cross Lake at 4 mph, and then work its way back home, in front of Angry Smokehouse.

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Boaters on the water can just pull up to the Angry Waters pontoon, order off the menu, and get their food in takeout containers. Anyone not on the water can wave the pontoon down from the dock and it'll come right to them.

Can't find Angry Waters? Don't worry. The pontoon will have a GPS so you can ping our location.

Angry Waters will set sail sometime in early June.

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