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.

Hyde Museum

Hyde Collection Art Museum and Historic House

Discover nearly six thousand years of art at the Hyde Collection! The Hyde Collection offers a world-class group of works that span almost six thousand years of art history from antiquity to the present.

Cooper's Cave Overlook

Cooper's Cave is the site of the fictional hiding place of Hawkeye and his companions made famous in the James Fenimore Cooper novel The Last of the Mohicans.

Bennett's Riding Stables

Mountain View Rocking B Ranch

Are you ready for an Adirondack trail ride? Formerly known as Bennett's Riding Stable, Mountain View Rocking B Ranch is still family owned and operated by the Bennett Family and has offered guided trail rides since 1942. Make a beautiful memory on our trails as you travel through the scenic Adirondack Mountains, crossing streams, viewing wildlife and flowers, and taking in amazing views.

Charles R. Wood Theater

Charles R. Wood Theater

Watch events year-round at the Charles R. Wood Theater! The Charles R. Wood Theater is a year-round performing arts center with a 294 seat auditorium, fully professional and updated technical systems, a large rehearsal space, office space, technical set building space and fully ADA compliant dressing rooms.

Minnie - Ha - Ha

Lake George Steamboat Company

No visit to Lake George is complete without a boat cruise on the lake. The Lake George Steamboat Company cruises during Thursday night fireworks!

Revolution rail

Revolution Rail Co.

Adirondack Adventure Searching for a memorable summer activity for you and your family or friends to enjoy during a Lake George vacation? Look no further than Revolution Rail Co. located in North Creek, NY! This one-of-a-kind excursion takes you into one of the most remote locations in the Adirondack Mountains on a pedal-powered railbike.

Painted Pony Rodeo

Painted Pony Rodeo

Cowboys and cowgirls galore! Painted Pony Rodeo is exciting for the whole family! Tough cowboys, beautiful cowgirls, hilarious rodeo clowns, amazing animals, and so much more. You're guaranteed to be on the edge of your seat.

Adirondack Sports Complex

Adirondack Sports Complex - The Dome

This multi-sport facility includes indoor & outdoor athletic fields for soccer, lacrosse, field hockey, softball, baseball, batting cages. Learn, practice, play, complete in 108,000 square feet of climate controlled space. Over 9-acres of outdoor sport fields. Something for everyone!  

Adirondack Winery Winemaking Facility

Adirondack Winery Winemaking Facility

Whether you are new to the wine world, or an experienced wine taster, Adirondack Winery’s wine list has something for every palate, winning more than 200 awards for their wines at competitions. Their list of over 20 New York wines that they hand-craft locally include everything from dry reds and whites to unique fruit infused sweet wines and even dessert wines.

Martin's Lumber

Martin's Lumber

Martin's Tree Farm and Sawmill is full of family fun! Martin's is a certified tree farm practicing silviculture to promote sustainable forestry management. There are woods walks, sawmill demonstrations, and there's more to do when you visit. There is a timber frame barn and gift items available. In June there is the annual Guided Woods Walk - learn about silviculture, and what a tree farm is used for.

Adirondack Gold Maple Farm

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!

First Wilderness

First Wilderness Heritage Corridor

Explore the First Wilderness Heritage Corridor by rail, river or road. The communities along this river and rail corridor are abundant with historical, recreational and cultural activities.