The Lake George Area is a beach destination. These sandy spots are on every lake in the region. Choose a small beach away from the hustle and bustle of town or bring your whole family to a larger swathe of sand. Make it part of your day, or the only reason for your vacation. It wouldn’t be a Lake George Area vacation without hitting the beach.

A day at the beach is a classic summer pastime

There are pristine beaches to swim and splash on every lake in the region. These Adirondack waters are as clean as they come, so go ahead and cannonball into the water. Your kids will love dragging their beach toys to the edge of the water and swimming in the summertime sun. Pick a large beach where you can plot out your own patch of sand or a smaller beach where you can enjoy a good book in peace and quiet. Forget about your worries and put your toes in the water. While it’s always important to watch your family in the water, many beaches in the region have lifeguards on duty to ensure the safety of your family. Many Lake George Area beaches conveniently located near the main street. After a swim, you can put on your flip flops and walk to your local hotel or a waterfront restaurant.

Brant Lake Beach

Grab your family and pack a picnic.  Lay in the sand and swim in the clear waters of Brant Lake.

Dog Beach

This beach has unofficially gained the name Dog Beach for it's acceptance of man's best friend.  Dogs are welcome to splash in the lake waters and relax on the sandy shore of this beach.  Facilities are not available but can be found at Million Dollar beach right next door.  No life guards on duty.  Open dawn to dusk.

Hague Town Beach

Located at the intersection of Route 9N and Route 8.  Swimming, boat launch, picnic areas and restrooms.

Hudson Grove Beach

Swim.

Lake Avenue Park

On site parking, swimming and a boat launch for cartop, non motorized boats.

Lake George Beach

Your favorite Lake George Beach!

Loon Lake Town Beach

Well-maintained beach with benches, picnic area and small boat launch for non motorized boats. 

Luzerne Public Beach

Ideal beach for swimming and launch available for non motorized boats.  No fishing.  Limited parking - arrive early.

Luzerne State Campground

Come camping on Fourth Lake! Luzerne State Campground has 174 tent and trailer sites. Amenities include hot showers, flush toilets, a trailer dump station, fireplaces, and charcoal grills. Campers can swim, canoe, kayak, and fish on Fourth Lake, which is partially surrounded by the campground. No motor boats are allowed on the lake, creating a peaceful and quiet atmosphere.

Morry Stein Park & Beach at Echo Lake

Offers a swimming beach staffed by lifeguards during the summer, a pavilion, picnic tables, play ground equipment, and basketball net.NO swimming without lifeguard.  Pavilion available by reservation.

Rogers Memorial Park

Rogers Memorial Park Beach is located along Route 9N (Main Street / Lakeshore Drive) about ten miles north of Lake George Village in Bolton Landing. Visitors must pay a $5 parking fee. Tennis courts, basketball, docks, picnic tables & grills, playground, and pavilion.

Scaroon Manor State Campground

Accessible campground and day use area located on the west shore of Schroon Lake on Taylor's Point. Fishing pier, picnic area, picnic pavilion, swimming beach. All sites provide mobility impaired accessibility for people of all abilities with accessibly designed ring fireplaces, picnic tables and smooth, hardened surfaces to ease mobility for those with wheelchairs or walking aids. 60 sites, 2 with tent platforms. Reservations through reserveamerica.com.