There’s no such thing as a boring stay in the Lake George Area. Festivals, fireworks, free events – there’s always an event to attend and celebrate.  An amazing event can be the cherry on top of any vacation.  Which one will you drop in on?

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Dean Farm Heritage Trails

Hiking Highlight – Dean Farm Heritage Trail

Written by Eric Pfau Handicapped Accessible Walking Paths When the forecast called for an unseasonably warm fall day in the Lake George Area we decided to explore the Dean Farm Heritage Trail in Stony Creek. The Dean Farm Heritage Trail is a handicapped accessible trail system. It features several miles of…

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Farmer’s Market Season

  May is the month that the Farmers Markets come into season, like so many fresh greens, they spring up in parking lots and on sidewalks, tables full to overflow with fresh-from-the-earth goodness. How do you transition from shopping the grocery store aisles to allowing the season to guide your…

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Woman looking at Lake George through a town viewer

The Secret of the Shoulder Season

The Lake George Area is famous for its warm weather activities. Summer is an easy time to travel with kids on vacation and ‘summer hours’ at the office, it’s a popular window during which to visit. There is a phrase in tourism called the shoulder season. It isn’t really something that…

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Brant Lake

4 Beautiful Fall Foliage Cycling Routes

Fantastic cycling doesn’t end when summer is over. The Lake George Area is a beautiful cycling destination throughout the autumn months. The region’s unique combination of stunning fall foliage and fantastic cycling routes is the only reason you need to visit the Lake George Area for a fall bicycle ride. Below are…

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Family jumping in

Itinerary: A Family Weekend in the Lake George Area

Written by Tanya Brand   Are you and the kids more than ready for a family road trip? Leave the cell phones, computer and video games behind and start planning your next family adventure to the Lake George Area in New York’s Adirondacks. With thrilling outdoor attractions such as Adirondack Extreme…

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Gore Mountain

7 Reasons Lake George is the Best Adirondack Destination in the Winter

Written by Eric Pfau Fresh, crisp Adirondack air, snow-covered recreation, and a smattering of indoor activities make the small lakefront village and the surrounding area the perfect place for a winter getaway. Below are the top 7 reasons why the Lake George Area is the best Adirondack winter getaway destination:  …

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Where to Go Ice Skating

Written by Jaynie Ellis Lace up your skates in the Lake George Area! Between natural and man-made rinks there is an abundance of smooth, sparkling ice to glide on this winter. Enjoy the fresh air and great outdoors while skating across frozen ponds. Or, gather a group for a pick-up…

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Warren County Bikeway

New York’s Warren County Bikeway

Written by Robert Annis of Rails to Trails Conservancy “The Warren County Bikeway runs 10 miles between Glens Falls and Lake George, about an hour’s drive north of Albany. Riders pedal over rolling hills, past historic sites and picturesque villages, and through lush forests filled with pine and cedar trees. The trail is paved,…

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Fireplace Snow 3

Adirondack Cabins Perfect for those Cold Winter Nights

Written by Paul Tackett There’s something magical about a wintertime visit to the Lake George Area. The forests and mountains are covered in a fresh layer of snow, making every experience like that from a Norman Rockwell scene. The light, fluffy flakes continue their mesmerizing descent, inviting visitors to strap…

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