Located mid-way between Manhattan and Montreal, the Lake George area offers hundreds of natural and man made attractions which makes it appealing to a diversity of groups. We are a "Hub & Spoke" destination with 150 local attractions and a main route to the surrounding communities of Saratoga Springs, Lake Placid, and Vermont. Theme parks, museums, lake cruises, train rides, river adventures, shopping and sightseeing abound in the Lake George Area guaranteeing your group's itinerary will be exciting and diverse.

190 Grille & Cinema

The only place in the area where you can eat dinner while you watch a movie!

Adirondack Adventures

Enjoy a great day of fun and adventure as you travel the Adirondack wilderness. Our licensed professional guides have the experience and knowledge to make your day of whitewater rafting, kayaking and canoeing expeditions on Upper and Middle Hudson River Gorges and Moose River memorable as they share the history of the river, its geography, stories and local lore; lunch on the river bank is provided.

Adirondack Eagle Flyer Zip Line

The fiercest zip line in America. This is ACCELERATED EXCITEMENT as you soar above the treetops as high as 125-feet off the ground with unsurpassed views of Lake George and the spectacular Adirondack Mountains.  Speed down a nearly 1,000-foot vertical drop at 50 miles an hour, before gliding in for an incredibly smooth landing.

Adirondack Extreme Adventure Course

Adirondack Extreme was the first aerial adventure course to open in the United States and continues to set the bar in the aerial adventure and adventure travel tourism category. We are the largest AERIAL tree top adventure park in the United States.

Adirondack Folk School

Our instructors from around the country share their knowledge and skills, and inspire you with their enthusiasm. Our year-round classes range from half-day sessions to multi-week courses. We offer subjects as diverse as Adirondack chair building, twig and rustic furniture, caning, birch bark basketry We connect people with nature through fly tying, organic gardening, boat building, blacksmithing, and more.