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?
It’s Winter Carnival Season!
Another Winter – Another Carnival Winter is a time of rest and relaxation. The beach fronts are quiet and covered with snow and the birds have long since flown south. Towns thin out during the week, and the crowds in local bars and restaurants are cozy and familiar. As winter…Read More
Fishing Focus: Fishing & Foliage
Written by Don Lehman In the eyes of most sportsmen and women, fall fishing often takes a back seat to the popular big-game hunting seasons, as hunters look to fill their freezer with venison or put a set of antlers on the wall. But the months between summer’s heat and…Read More
Hiking Highlight – Hudson Pointe Nature Preserve
Written by Eric Pfau he Hudson River, which originates in the Adirondacks from Lake Tear of the Clouds and flows into the Atlantic Ocean, runs through the Lake George Area’s backyard. The mighty Hudson is a recreational centerpiece of the region, with paddlers, rafters, and hikers benefiting from her waters.…Read More
Hiking Highlight – Pole Hill Pond
Written by Paul Tackett In the days leading up to The Lake George Land Conservancy’s Hike-a-thon 2018, the first heat wave of the season was roaring across the Lake George Area, promising little hope for comfort to those of us taking part in the annual group excursions on July 5.…Read More
Your Guide to Lake George
Known as one of the best vacation spots in America, Lake George truly has it all. Spend time exploring the rich history of the French and Indian War, tackling challenging hikes, and lounging on beautiful beaches that will make you wish you could stay forever. It’s a family-friendly town and lends…Read More
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