Classic excursion train as well as a passenger rail train along the upper the Hudson River with station stops along the route through what is nationally recognized as the First Wilderness Heritage Corridor between North Creek and Saratoga Springs provide easy access to friendly towns in the region offering dining, museums, shopping and special events. Easy connection available to Albany and New York City on the national rail system at Saratoga Springs. Bike-friendly service from Saratoga to North Creek. North End Local service departs from and returns to Thurman. Ticketed passengers must arrive 30 minutes prior to departure.
The Lake George Area in New York's Adirondacks has long been a summer retreat. American families have flocked to Lake George, also know as the Queen of American Lakes, since the turn of the 20th Century. This location remains a popular summer vacation destination, offering plenty of family-friendly and free activities.
On the southern end of the blue, pristine waters that stretch 32 miles into the gorgeous Adirondack Mountains, there is the Village of Lake George, a kitschy, family-friendly little town dotted with lakeside motels, pancake houses, miniature golf and even a wax museum.