LG RV Park

Lake George Battlegrounds State Campground and Hearthstone Point State Campground

Both DEC run campsites are pet-friendly, but make sure to come prepared with records of rabies shots! Dogs must remain leashed, reasonably quiet, and out of the day use area.

Lake George RV Park

Similar to the DEC campsites in terms of needing proof of rabies shots and leashes, the Lake George RV Park also features Charlie’s Bark Park for guests and their dogs, a two-acre off-leash park with all the amenities a vacationing pooch could want. Designated large and small dog areas, dog washing station, pet treat vending machine and water fountain, synthetic turf play area, and walking trails are all features of the park.

Daggett Lake Campsites

Located in Warrensburg, Daggett Lake Campsites also require dogs to be leashed (seeing a theme here?) and they even have a dog sitter is available if you’re interested in a day of humans-only fun! Dogs are also allowed at the designated dog beach, but are asked to stay out of the swimming area.

Tin Teepee Campground

This Brant Lake campsite offers hiking trails, a pool, pond access, and ATV trail systems. Pets are welcome!


Colonial Court

Many hotels in the area allow pets, but for a fee. If you have your heart set on a specific hotel not listed among the hotels with free lodging for pets below, give them a call and see what they offer!

Colonial Court Motel

A truly pet-friendly motel in Bolton Landing, Colonial Court offers pet sitting and dog walking services, along with pet supplies! Pets stay free and are allowed in most areas around the facilities. They also offer an extensive list of tips to keep your critters happy and safe before you leave, during your travels and throughout your stay!

Motel 6

Affordable and welcoming to pets, Motel 6 is a great option right outside Lake George Village, within walking distance of all the activities and restaurants that the Village has to offer.

Red Roof Inn

Offering free lodging for one pet per room, the Red Roof Inn is conveniently located between Glens Falls and Lake George, close to both West Mountain and the Village making it the perfect location for a full range of activities throughout the entire year! Kids 17 and under also stay free with an adult.

Parks and Beaches

Shepard Park

Dog Beach

Lake George’s famous Dog Beach is the perfect place to relax and cool off with other dogs and their owners. The stretch of beach, which is located between Lake George Steamboat Company and Million Dollar Beach, provides a safe place for pups of all ages to play in one of the world’s most beautiful lakes. The Dog Cabin, located in Lake George Village, runs the beach and is a great place to find all the essentials for mans best friend!

Shepard Park and Festival Commons at Charles R. Wood Park

Enjoy a walk along the lake after exploring the village. Dogs are allowed, although swimming should be limited to Dog Beach.


Adirondack Woof Stock

Head to Chestertown to enjoy a weekend of doggie fun. Events include a diving pool, police canine demonstrations, agility and lure chasing activities, disc catching, groomers and specialty dog food vendors, as well as adoption agencies! Both human and dog treats are available, and the “My Dog Has Talent Show” is not to be missed!

Pet Fest

An event focused around all things dog, Pet Fest is a Glens Falls Collaborative event that features the Warren County Sheriff Departments K-9 Unit, low-cost microchipping, demonstrations on Pet First Aid and CPR, Hudson the Railroad Puppy, and many other pet-related activities and goods! This is an annual event that both you and your pup will look forward to.