Located mid-way between Manhattan and Montreal, the Lake George area offers hundreds of natural and man made attractions which makes it appealing to a diversity of groups. We are a "Hub & Spoke" destination with 150 local attractions and a main route to the surrounding communities of Saratoga Springs, Lake Placid, and Vermont. Theme parks, museums, lake cruises, train rides, river adventures, shopping and sightseeing abound in the Lake George Area guaranteeing your group's itinerary will be exciting and diverse.

Warren County Fish Hatchery

Learn about native fish at the Warren County Fish Hatchery! The Warren County Fish Hatchery consists of 38 acres along the Hudson River located in Warrensburg. The hatchery raises domestic brook trout, rainbow trout landlocked Atlantic salmon, and heritage brook trout. The fish raised here provide improved sport fishing throughout Warren County waters.

Tubby Tubes Company Outdoor Fun Park

Fun all year long! Summer and winter tubing, zip line and challenge course, Zorbing, and more. Great for kids and groups of all ages.

North Creek Depot Museum

Historic train station where Vice President Roosevelt departed from the Adirondacks on September 14, 1901 to Buffalo where he was sworn in as the 26th President. History of alpine skiing, mining and historical train diorama. A Path Through History attraction. Local interest exhibits.

Beaver Brook Outfitters

Ride the Hudson or Sacandaga with Beaver Brook Outfitters! Beaver Brook Outfitters will provide you with family adventure, fun, and a lifetime of memories. Join us and raft the Hudson River Gorge, 17-miles of class III to IV whitewater with beautiful Adirondack scenery. Our experienced rafting guides will help you enjoy your best rafting experience yet! We also offer rafting on the Sacandaga River, 3.5-miles of class II to II whitewater.

The Morgan

Cruise into the Narrows on the Sagamore's Morgan! The Morgan is a 72-foot replica of 19th century touring vessel. Some of the best views of the Adirondacks can be while cruising through the Narrows section of Lake George. The cruise is approximately 1.5 hours long. Board the Morgan for fireworks cruises throughout July and August. Reservations are required.

Nettle Meadow Farm and Artisan Cheese

Happy goats. Great cheese! Nettle Meadow Farm is a 50-acre goat and sheep farm and and award-winning cheese company. Home to over 300 goats, several dozen sheep. Nettle Meadow is committed to the principals of natural ingredients, happy and healthy animals, and carefully hand-crafted artisan cheeses.

Adirondack Gold Maple Farm

Learn how to tap trees with "Tapper!" Adirondack Gold Maple Farm is the Kenyon sugar camp of Cheryl and Marc Kenyon. Marc is a third generation maple producer, operating one of the oldest sugar houses in Thurman. The sugar house was built by his grandfather, Oscar, and is still in use today. Marc, also known as "Tapper," loves to show the entire family how to tap a tree and harvest sap!

Adirondack Winery

Adirondack Winery opened its doors in April 2008 and quickly became an establishment that resonated with locals and tourists, alike. People came to enjoy locally-handcrafted and award-winning wines while taking in the beauty of Lake George and the Adirondacks. Visit our Tasting Room and enjoy a wine tasting session which includes your souvenir wine glass. Take some time to shop our unique selections of artisanal cheeses, crackers, chocolates, and wine-related gifts.

First Wilderness Heritage Corridor

Explore communities along the Hudson River, upstream from Glens Falls and west of Lake George which have joined together to celebrate their shared history along the earliest route into the heart of the Adirondack wilderness. From the Great Falls of the Hudson, upriver to the dramatic Hudson River Gorge, the stream tumbles over falls and rapids, past dramatic cliffs of magnificent marble, then slows to flow easily through ice meadows.

Pirate's Cove Lake George

Blimey! Pirates are pillaging and plundering this sleepy little 18th century village! Pirate's Cove in Lake George is an award-winning mini-golf course that is swarming with carousing buccaneers.

Fort William Henry Museum

History comes alive at Fort William Henry! Join us to experience the history, the sights and sounds of the fort during the French and Indian War. Located at the strategic south end of Lake George, an important part of the water transportation system used by both Native Americans and the Europeans.

Hoppy Trails Brew Bus

Discover the secret of hoppy-ness!