Cruise Ships

There is no more iconic attraction in Lake George than the cruise ships that sail the waters. A ride on one of these majestic vessels is a great way to experience the region's fall foliage.

Lake George Steamboat Company

Take a 1-hour cruise on the Lake George Steamboat Company's famous Minne-Ha-Ha, or a Sunday champagne and brunch cruise on the Lac du Saint Sacrement. Join Lake George Shoreline Cruises for a happy hour sightseeing cruise on the beautiful Horicon or a luxurious dinner cruise on the famed Adirondac.

Lake George Steamboat Company

 


Boat or Kayak Rentals

Visitors to the Lake George Area can rent either a boat or a kayak for a more intimate fall foliage experience on the water. Boat rental marinas rent boats through Columbus Day weekend, offering the change for you and your family to cruise the foliage-studded shorelines of Lake George. Another great way to see striking foliage from the water is a kayak rental through Lake George Kayak Company.

Chic's Marina

 


Waterfront Restaurants

One of the more relaxing ways to get great views of Adirondack fall foliage is from a table at a waterfront restaurant. Several restaurants offer lakeside tables with absolutely stunning views of the vibrant colors. There's no more beautiful places to have lunch!

Check out our list of lakeside restaurants.

The Algonquin

 


Whitewater Rafting

If you'd rather have a bit of action while you're checking out the fall foliage, link up with a rafting company. Visitors can explore either the mighty Hudson River or the more quiet Sacandaga River. Many rafting companies are open through at least Columbus Day, so give one a call and plan out your adventure!

Rafting

Read our blog about rafting!