Lake George, NY: A Village On The Queen Of American Lakes
Nestled in the foothills of the Adirondacks is the ultimate hot-spot for both the outdoor enthusiast and the world-traveling tourist. This 32-mile long lake has communities dotted all around it's shoreline, but perhaps the most well known is the Village of Lake George.
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Located at the lake's southern end, Lake George Village is one of the most popular spots on the lake, and offers an abundance of recreational, shopping, and dining experiences. Visitors can also explore the history of the region at Fort William Henry, Battlefield Park, and other local historical sites.
In the village, you can enjoy tremendous fireworks displays in the summer, ice fishing excursions in the winter, relaxing days spent on the beach, and lively nights in the local bar scene.
Find Lake George lodging, dining, things to do, events, and so much more on LakeGeorge.com.
Looking for the perfect, private destination for a family or friend gathering in Lake George? Ahnohwarah hosts up 16 people (with cottage included) with beautiful lakefront views, on-site boats, and fun for the whole family!
Two-bedroom cottage with docking on Lake George for a boat. This rental is located on a private 12-acre lakefront property called Ahnohwarah. The cottage sleeps 4, and there is a private swimming area for guests.
The bald-rock summit of Buck Mountain offers, above all, a sense of serenity and peace. The cool breeze, the endless expanse of green, and the spectacular scenery all unite to give you a unique Adirondack experience.
Located on the southeastern shore of Lake George, Dunham's Bay Resort has earned a reputation as a family-friendly hotel and the area's best kept secret. Guests can experience comfortable accommodations, have access to a private beach, and more.
The premier winery of the Adirondacks! Visit us in the heart of Lake George for remarkable wines & memorable times! Sample handcrafted, award-winning wines & keep your souvenir glass! Open year-round w/ special winery events held throughout the year.
The Gold Eagle is delightfully located on spacious grounds, less than one mile north of Lake George Village. We can be easily accessed from I-87, only a quarter mile from Exit 22. Close to the Village and area attractions but out of the busy village.
Come camp at Hearthstone Point Campground, located on picturesque Lake George. This popular location offers a variety of diverse recreational opportunities as well as a day use area with grills and picnic tables.
Adirondack Mountain Club (ADK) is a local nonprofit that focuses on conservation, education, and recreation. Check their website for an updated list of events, activities, and volunteer opportunities in the area.
Dunham's Bay Marina offers a safe and convenient place to launch your boat on Lake George. They allow canoes, kayaks, jet skis, and motor boats that will fit under the bridge to launch from their site.
Lake George's farmers' market is located in beautiful Shepard Park on Canada Street, a prime location in the heart of the Village. You'll find produce, meats, homemade crafts, and more from June 12 through September 4, 2019 on Wednesdays.
Lake George Youtheatre is a summer program for kids and teens ages 11-18 that produces three full-length Broadway musicals in a four week span. Catch their shows at Lake George High School in July and August.
This beautiful Adirondack resort is ideally located in the village of Lake George and offers families a great alternative to larger chain hotels. There are indoor and outdoor pools, a game room, a playground and much more for your family to enjoy.