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.

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.

Warren County Fish Hatchery

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.

The Lake Theatre

The Lake Theatre

The Lake Theatre is a professional equity dinner theatre based in Lake George. The company performs contemporary comedies in an intimate and casual setting. Guests to the theatre are served exquisite meals, such as beef medallions, oven-baked chicken breasts, Atlantic salmon, and more. The performances at the Lake Theatre are high quality, and expertly produced and directed.

Oscar's Adirondack Smokehouse

Oscar's Adirondack Smokehouse

An Adirondack staple for over 70 years! Oscar's is a household name, not only in the Adirondacks but nationally as well. We've been making smoked meats and delicious cheeses for decades. The original, wood-fired brick smokehouse was built in 1946, by hand, by founder Oscar himself. A 9,000 square foot building with many "green upgrades" was built and opened in February 2010.

Garnet Mine Tours

Fun for all ages ~ treasure hunting in the garnet mines! Starting at the Gore Mountain Mineral Shop you follow a tour guide, in your own car, to the site of the Garnet Mines. Your tour guide will share the history and geology of the Garnet Mine and demonstrate how you will find your own garnet gemstones, large garnet crystal faces and beautiful, museum-quality mineral specimens. You will visit the # 1 open pit where you can collect your own garnets.

Festival Commons

The Festival Commons at Charles R. Wood Park

This 12.5 acre park includes a 2.5 acre festival space located at the southern end of Lake George. An outdoor space for performing arts, concerts, re-enactments, craft fairs, flea markets, farmers markets and much more, including a children's area, and a skateboard park.

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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!

Rocksport Indoor Climbing & Outdoor Guiding Center

Rocksport is proud to be one of the oldest commercial climbing gyms in the United States. Our facility features huge indoor rock climbing walls and 50-foot ceilings. We have gentle challenges for the beginner; moderate terrain for the weekend warrior and fierce overhanging climbing for the expert.

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!  

Northwoods Gondola Skyrides

Northwoods Gondola Skyrides

Discover the beauty of the Adirondack Mountains on the Northwoods Gondola Skyride! Scenic sky rides are a great way to spend a half hour at Gore Mountain -- or the entire day! Gondola rides at Gore Mountain are a unique way to see views of the High Peaks and southern Adirondacks. Enjoy hiking and picnicking when you reach the summit! Don't miss the chance to take an amazing photo of the distant mountains.

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!

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.