There’s more than just beaches and boats in the Lake George Area. From fresh goat cheese and pure Adirondack maple syrup to markets that proudly sell these products, farms and markets connect visitors with Lake George Area delights.

Farms and markets throughout the Lake George Area are producing and selling local products that you’ll love. Take a scenic drive out to a small town farm such as Nettle Meadow and taste creamy goat cheeses, such as the multiple award-winning Kunik cheese. For the sweetest product the Lake George Area has to offer, sample the season’s bounty of maple syrup at Thurman Maple Days. Held for three weekends every March, Thurman Maple Days invites syrup lovers to taste maple products, learn about the syrup process, and indulge in a pancake breakfast. If you can’t make it in March, many of the farms are open periodically for farm tours, where you can explore their sugar bush and sugarhouses.

To sample an abundance of everything that Lake George Area farms have to offer, stop at one of the local farmer’s markets. These places are in towns all along the region and are one of the best ways to taste the flavor of the region. Because everyone knows food tastes better when you know where it came from.

Adirondack Gold Maple Farm

Adirondack Gold is the Kenyon sugar camp of Cheryl and Marc Kenyon. Marc is a third generation maple producer in one of the oldest sugar houses in Thurman built by his Grandfather Oscar, and it is still in use today. Offering maple syrup, maple cream, maple candy and maple sugar. Recipes include desserts, main dishes, salad dressing and snacks. Visit during Maple Weekends March.

Bolton Landing Farmers' Market

Live music, FARM to FAMILY, crafts...all local produce and artists. Wheelchair and stroller friendly. Dogs on leashes. Weekly special events!

Farmers' Market - Brant Lake

Memorial Day weekend through Columbus Day every Saturday from 10am to 3pm July 14th through September 6th every Tuesday from 10am to 3pm

Farmers' Market - Lake George

Seasonal New York Grown produce, dairy, seafood, honey, bake goods and plants. Live music, door prizes, children's activities include face painting and bounce houses. The market takes place on Wednesdays from June through September.

Farmers' Market - Chestertown

Meats, cheeses, breads, baked goods, fresh fish, vegetables, maple products and more.