There are a few attractions that define a Lake George Area vacation. These attractions created the Original Vacation and built the Lake George Area into an Adirondack authority. Those looking for a lively time can explore a decades-old amusement park or the biggest marble cave in the east. If you prefer a more relaxing attraction, a cruise on Lake George or a drive up Prospect Mountain is always a good time. These attractions are the Lake George Area.

Adirondack Extreme Adventure Course

Over 1.5 miles of thrilling tree-top adventures! 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 tourism category. We are the largest aerial tree-top adventure park in the United States.

Factory Outlets of Lake George

Open year-round and offering the latest apparel and gifts, the Factory Outlets are the ultimate stop for anyone who loves to shop! All the stores are closely located to one another and offer deep discounts to make your wallet happy. One look and you will understand why this well-known Lake George attraction has become a must-stop destination for many travelers. Conveniently located just off I-87, Adirondack Northway Exit 20

Fort William Henry Museum

Fort William Henry is a restored Colonial fortress of 1755-1757 French and Indian War era. Located at the strategic south end of Lake George, an important part of the water transportation system used by both Native Americans and the Europeans.

Hyde Collection Art Museum and Historic House

The Hyde Collection offers a world-class group of works that span almost six thousand years of art history from antiquity to the present. The Museum's founders, Louis and Charlotte Hyde, acquired the majority of objects during a fifty-year period of avid and highly informed collecting. Many of these works are displayed in Hyde House, the founders’ former home, as well as in the Museum’s modern exhibition galleries.

Lake George Shoreline Cruises

Lake George Shoreline cruises during Thursday Night Fireworks!

Lake George Steamboat Company

No visit to Lake George is complete without a boat cruise on the lake. The Lake George Steamboat Company cruises during Thursday night fireworks!

Natural Stone Bridge and Caves

Natural Stone Bridge and Caves is an Adirondack treasure! Come see the largest marble cave entrance in the east. Explore Noisy Cave, check out the resident bats in Peter Pan's Peephole, dip under Arch Rock, and cross over the natural stone bridge itself!

Prospect Mountain Veterans Memorial Highway

Prospect Mountain Veterans Memorial Highway will open on Saturday May 26th and will remain open through Sunday, November 11th. The spectacular 100-mile view from the 2,030' summit of Prospect Mountain can be achieved by either a hike or a drive!

Revolution Rail Co.

Pedal along historic railroad tracks above the might Hudson River! Explore a rarely seen section of the Adirondacks under your own power on a railbike. Your tour guide leads you on a 6-mile, round trip ride on historic railroad tracks through beautiful Adirondack forests along the banks of the Hudson River, and then over the Hudson on a spectacular trestle bridge.

Six Flags Great Escape & Splashwater Kingdom

Two theme parks in one!

The Festival Commons at Charles R. Wood Park

This 12.5 acre park includes a 2.5 acre festival space located at the southern end of Lake George. An outdoor space for performing arts, concerts, re-enactments, craft fairs, flea markets, farmers markets and much more, including a children's area, and a skateboard park.

Water Slide World

There's no better place to cool off than Water Slide World! This 12-acre park offers family fun in more ways than one. Visitors can speed down water slides such as the Tasmanian Twister, Blue Bomber, Calypso Cascade, Lava Flow Mountain, Blue Tornado, Caribbean Cannonball, and Pirate's Plunge. Other ways to cool off are the Hurricane Harbor Wave Pool, Amazon Adventure River, or sand and water volleyball.