Cold winter weather opens up a whole new mountain of activities in the Lake George Area. From unique craft breweries and excellent restaurants to bowling and indoor rock climbing walls, winter is awesome in the Lake George Area.

Snow and ice don't stop anything in the Lake George Area. You can hit the stores at the Lake George Factory Outlets where there’s always a deal to be found. Taste IPAs and ales at the Lake George Area’s craft breweries and enjoy a meal at the best restaurants the region has to offer. Explore a museum such as the Hyde Collection or take in a show at the Charles R. Wood Theater. Take the kids bowling or to the batting cages.

Don’t let the cold scare you away, there’s always an awesome winter activity to enjoy in the Lake George Area.

Adirondack Thunder Hockey

The Adirondack Thunder are the proud ECHL affiliate of the NHL Calgary Flames. Bring the whole family to an exciting game and see future stars of the the NHL! Make an evening of your visit and stop by an area restaurant before or after the game.

C & C Adirondack Snowmobile Tours

Guided tours are customized to your ability level and desire. Beginner to the most advanced rider. Create your own tour or choose one hour lake tour, two hour lake tour or dinner tour. Dinner tour may take up to 2-4 hours depending on location. Get ready to have some fun! Bring your winter clothes; we supply you with the snowmobile and helmets.

Crandall Park

One of the best places to relax in the Lake George Area! Crandall Park has it all. Play on the playground, softball, soccer fields, basketball courts, and tennis courts. Take a walk or a hike on the trails, or enjoy a picnic lunch in the sunshine!

Crandall Park International Trails

7km of varied terrain for running, walking. Dedicated snowshoeing trail. Trails are groomed and lighted until 10pm for cross-country skiing. No walking or pets allowed on groomed ski trails. No motor vehicles allowed.

Dr Jacques Grunblatt Memorial Park Pond

Ice skating weather and ice conditions permitting.