Boating in the Adirondacks
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Enjoy the fresh air and warm sunshine when you go boating in the Adirondacks! With so many amazing lakes to choose from, including great fishing and spectacular scenery, it's no wonder why boating is such a popular passtime in the Adirondacks, for locals and visitors alike.
Anxious to get out on the water? Discover everything you need to know in this guide to boating in the Adirondacks.
Pretty much any lake you choose in the Adirondacks will be a fantastic destination for boating. Take a look at the many options of lakes and ponds
! (Note, some lakes and ponds do not allow motorboats).
Ready to drop a line or enjoy an afternoon of waterskiing? Discover marinas and boat rentals
on some of the most popular lakes in the Adirondacks!
In the Adirondack Park alone, there are over 10,000 lakes! Make sure you're aware of all the rules and regulations
for boating in the Adirondacks and New York State.
If you don't want to see the area's waterways fall victim to invasive species, then it's important to follow proper boat washing procedures
and know where you can get your vessel cleaned.
Everywhere you turn in the Adirondacks, you'll find a great fishing spot
. Whether you're headed out on your own or looking for a good fishing charter, you're sure to find a great day of fishing here.
There are a few popular lakes
that stand out above the rest when it comes to boating. Discover which lakes are the most popular lakes for boating in the Adirondacks!
The Adirondack region is a boaters paradise! Local boat dealers
and marinas are happy to help you find the perfect equipment for your aquatic adventures.
There's no better way to explore Adirondack waterways than by paddling in a canoe or kayak! Here, you'll find sales and rentals
for paddlers of all abilities.
Arguably one of the best lakes for boating in the Adirondacks, Lake George
is located at the very bottom of the Blue Line and offers a wealth of boating and on-lake activities!