Locally Grown & Produced

On your next visit to the Lake George Area in New York’s Adirondacks take some time to sample the Adirondack flavor of each town and community. Consider a locally crafted ale, freshly tapped maple syrup or unique goat cheese. Leave some time to stop at one of the many local farmers’ markets where fresh produce, baked goods and handcrafted items are bountiful. Locally produced products may well be the best souvenir you take home! 

~ Cheese ~

Lake George Boat Wash & Inspection

Lake George Boat Wash and Inspection: In an effort to maintain the exceptionally high water quality of Lake George and to prevent the introduction of new aquatic invasive species into the lake,  beginning May 15, 2014 – all trailered vessels must be inspected and washed prior to launching on Lake George.  This will be a *FREE* but mandatory boat wash and inspection program.

First Wilderness Heritage Corridor

Communities along the Hudson River, upstream from Glens Falls and west of Lake George, have joined together to celebrate their shared history along the earliest route into the heart of the Adirondack wilderness. From the Great Falls of the Hudson, upriver to the dramatic Hudson River Gorge, the stream tumbles over falls and rapids, past dramatic cliffs of magnificent marble, then slows to flow easily through ice meadows. Soldiers followed these trails during the French & Indian War.

Welcome again and again!

The year-round beauty of our mountains and lakes beckons travelers to come and stay a while. How could anyone resist? With events, shopping, recreation, dining, fabulous accommodations and quaint towns to explore, no wonder the Lake George Area is a favorite anytime of the year destination!


Spring brings out a sense of renewal and adventure! Satisfy your desire to end cabin fever by taking on some raging whitewater action on one of two nearby rivers.  

Visit authentic sugarhouses to sample syrup and learn the process of maple production from live demonstrations. Take home recipes, a jug of your favorite grade of “liquid gold” as it’s called in the Adirondacks, and enjoy an unbeatable pancake breakfast! 

Savor the freshest seasonal produce found at farmers’ markets located in almost every community, just about every day of the week! 

Spring fishing is always a favorite, with trout season’s annual opening on April 1st.  Spring has sprung!