The Lake George Area has abundant bodies of water. Camping on the shores of these lakes and rivers is a tradition of the Original Vacation. There’s nothing more invigorating than waking up and falling asleep to the sound of a rippling stream.

In the Lake George Area you can camp right on the water. It’s one of those features of an Adirondack vacation that makes it truly special. There are beautiful waterfront campsites on Lake George, Loon Lake, Schroon Lake, and other bodies of water around the region. The possibilities for these sites are endless. You can live the summer tradition of tent camping and fall asleep to the whispers of a rippling river. Idle the day away with your toes in the water while enjoying a view of the majestic Adirondack Mountains. Fish the pure waters in hopes of a feisty smallmouth bass or a flurry of perch. Park your RV in a waterfront campground and explore the Adirondacks without sacrificing important amenities. Many waterfront campgrounds are conveniently located close to a variety of area restaurants, family-friendly hiking trails, and top attractions. If you’re going camping in the Lake George Area you might as well settle near the water.

Adirondack Adventure Resorts of America Lake George

Our beautiful Lake George RV camping resort property is situated directly on the Schroon River, surrounded by tall pine trees and scenic beauty. Relax by our pool, canoe or fish on the river, or explore the beautiful Adirondack Mountains. Float or paddle down the river in one of our rental tubes or canoes. Your whole family will have an awesome time! No RV? No problem! Rent one of our cozy Lake George area cabins.

Adirondack Safari

Camp glamorously with Adirondack Safari!

Lake George Escape

Lake George Escape is located on 178 acres of plush woods and meadows surrounded by the six million acre Adirondack Park.  There’s a lot to see and do here, from swimming in our two pools; talking a dip in the river; lobbing a ball on our tennis courts; enjoying our playground; lounging on our lakeside beach; enjoying our softball, volleyball and soccer fields; trying your luck in the horseshoe pits; taking in a movie.  So easy to reach from I-87 (the “Northway”) and so convenient to nearby a

Lake George Islands Campsites

Choose from 387 shoreline campsites located on 44 state owned islands. 85 sites are located in the Narrow Island Group (Mother Bunch Group), 170 sites and 42 cruiser sites are in the Glen Island Group (The Narrows), and 90 sites are on Long Island. The 42 cruiser sites are for large boats with sleeping quarters. 25 sites in the Glen Island Group are located on the mainland but are accessible by boat only. Most sites are well forested and private.

Lake George RiverView Campground

We have a little something for everyone here at Lake George RiverView Campground. Whether you find peace camping on the river or off, there are a variety of sites that will fit your desires. Camp on the river or off, either under the tall majestic pines or under the stars.  Regardless how you like to camp we will probably have what you are looking for!