The grass is growing and the weather is warming up, so it’s time to visit the Lake George Area! Mother’s Day weekend is the perfect time to rent a boat and explore the shallow bays and forested islands of Lake George. The region offers a full dose of spring break activities, including soaking up the sun at Lake George beaches and hiking Adirondack trails lined with spring flowers. Springtime events such as the Hudson River Whitewater Derby help visitors reintroduce themselves to the outdoors after a cold winter. Even Mother Nature can’t ruin a trip to the Lake George Area. Rainy day activities include shopping for deals at the Factory Outlets of Lake George, tossing strikes at the bowling alley, or sampling craft beers and ciders. There is even a plethora of restaurants open in spring so you can stay fueled for all the springtime fun. When that last patch of snow finally melts, plan a trip to the Lake George Area!

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.

Adirondack Pub & Brewery

Family-friendly brew pub in Lake George offering house-brewed beers and sodas!

Bennett's Riding Stable

Bennett's Riding Stable has been offering guided scenic trail rides since 1942. Make a beautiful memory riding trails through Adirondack Mountains, crossing streams, viewing wildlife, wild flowers and amazing views. We are a family-owned and operated riding stable offering hourly trail rides ~ reservations are not required in the summer. If you would like to take a longer ride, please reserve with us prior to your vacation ~ this will ensure availability.

Broadway Upstate

Community theatre group dedicated to producing professional level musical theatre productions for the Adirondack community to experience.

Carol Theater

Plenty of parking and great prices.

Charles R. Wood Theater

The Charles R. Wood Theater is a year-round performing arts center with a 294 seat auditorium, fully professional and updated technical systems, a large rehearsal space, office space, technical set building space and fully ADA compliant dressing rooms.  Nearly 350 events happen at the Wood Theater each year including theater performances, musicals, concerts, dance performances, meetings, parties, weddings, rehearsals, auditions and educational classes.

Circle B Ranch

Guided trail rides on over 500 acres of trails with great mountain views. All levels of riding ability; Western. Indoor riding arena. Accommodations for people AND their horses. Riding lessons and boarding. Winter sleigh and wagon rides. Please call for reservations.

Cooper's Cave Overlook

Cooper's Cave is the site of the fictional hiding place made famous in James Fenimore Cooper's novel The Last of the Mohicans. Nestled under the Cooper's Cave Bridge, which connects the Village of South Glens Falls and the City of Glens Falls, a viewing platform with interpretive information has been constructed for visitors to view the site and learn about James Fenimore Cooper and the Mohican Tribe's legacy in this region.

de Blasiis Chamber Music at The Hyde

Founded by sisters Giovannina (Gio) and Virginia (Ginny) de Blasiis, the de Blasiis Chamber Music Series is one of the oldest in the country bringing the finest performers and programs to the Glens Falls area.

Freedom Park

 Barrier free playground, swings, slides, sand table and climbing structures. Picnic tables. No pets please.    

Glens Falls Community Theatre

In addition to our regular season, each September we join with the Chapman Historical Museum for the Cemetery Tour which highlights individuals and their unique stories. Founded in 1935 as the Glens Falls Operetta Club, in 1989 our name was changed to Glens Falls Community Theatre.