Fall in the Lake George Area is about vibrant foliage and festive events. Fall foliage morphs the mountains’ colors from a familiar green into vast swathes of deep oranges and burning reds. Boat rentals, steamboat cruises, and scenic drives around Lake George can help uncover every shade of color. Fall weekends offer a cornucopia of lively events, including Oktoberfests overflowing with beer and harvest festivals brimming with children’s activities. Other things to do in the fall include quick hikes to stunning views of Adirondack foliage, craft beer and cider tastings, and spooky Halloween events. When the temps start to cool, and the leaves begin to change, it’s time for a visit to the Lake George Area.

World Awareness Children's Museum

The World Awareness Children's Museum helps kids discover the world! Art and artifacts are featured in the Museum’s hands-on learning space, go!. These items are also used in educational programs and loaned to other Museums, businesses and institutions for display.

Saunders Gallery of Fine Art

The gallery offers exhibits by well-known regional and local artist's works of diverse art in a variety of mediums. New exhibitions every 4 to 6 weeks.

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.

An Architectural Heritage Tour of Warrensburg New York

The historic district features 428 historic properties and is the largest district north of Saratoga. This is a self guided walking tour. A free booklet is available from Warrensburg Beautification, 518-466-5497; Discover Warrensburg, 3754 Main Street, 518-232-7349 and the Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce, 3839 Main Street, 518-623-2161.

Windy Ridge Farm

An old-fashioned family farm in Athol! Windy Ridge Farm is a 100-acre, family-owned farm that has been worked for seven generations. The farm is made up of woods and fields that provides hay products, garden products, wood products, and a sugar bush for maple syrup making.

Glens Falls Greenjackets Football

Our Hometown USA team has been "Bleeding Green & Gold since 1928...the only way to understand it is to come experience it." Runner-up, US Eastern Champion, eight all-Americans. A member of the Empire Football League. Home games take place July through September.

Lake George History Tours

Lake George is history ~ Father Isaac Jogues, a Jesuit priest from France, was the first European to see the lake which he named Lac du Saint Sacrement. The lake, renamed by the British after their ruler, King George, is steeped in colonial history - the Battle of Lake George took place on September 8, 1755 during the French and Indian War.

de Blasiis Music Series at The Hyde

Founded by sisters Giovannina (Gio) and Virginia (Ginny) de Blasiis, the de Blasiis Chamber Music Series is one of the oldest in the country bringing the finest performers and programs to the Glens Falls area. de Blaiisis hosts six concerts throughout the year featuring an eclectic mix of performers in various musical genres - classical to flamenco and others in between.  

Bennett's Riding Stable

Bennett's Riding Stable has been offering guided scenic trail rides since 1942. Make a beautiful memory riding trails through Adirondack Mountains, crossing streams, viewing wildlife, wild flowers and amazing views. We are a family-owned and operated riding stable offering hourly trail rides ~ reservations are not required in the summer. If you would like to take a longer ride, please reserve with us prior to your vacation ~ this will ensure availability.

Feeder Canal

Experience history at the Feeder Canal! The Feeder Canal, completed in 1822, was used to transfer water from the Hudson River to the highest point on the Champlain Canal in Fort Edward. Between 1822 until the early 1900s, the Feeder Canal was an essential waterway for Adirondack industry, moving lumber, lime, marble, paper, and various crops from the Lake George Area to New York City.

Adirondack Eagle Flyer Zip Line

Soar like an eagle over the Lake George Area! The Adirondack Eagle Flyer zip line, a one-of-a-kind experience which lets riders drop thousands of feet from the summit of French Mountain. Riders soar above the treetops as high as 125-feet off the ground with unsurpassed views of Lake George and the spectacular Adirondack Mountains. 

Lake George Boat Tours

Plan your perfect Lake George day on the water with Lake George Boat Tours! With Lake George Boat Tours, you're in charge of your day on the lake! Board the Super Skirt II, a 25-foot luxury pontoon boat and let Dave and Diane do the driving while you relax on Lake George.