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.

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.  Nearly 350 events happen at the Wood Theater each year including theater performances, musicals, concerts, dance performances, meetings, parties, weddings, rehearsals, auditions and educational classes.

Discover Warrensburg

Discover Warrensburg tells the story of this 18th century frontier town awash in wealth opportunities from logging and river-powered industries, to its transformation as a 21st century town surrounded by natural recreation opportunities in the forest, on the mountains and on the rivers.  

Mountain Road Carriage Co

Mountain Road Carriage Company will take you on a carriage tour of the ruins of the local paper mills, a canning factory and the beautiful and historic Bow Bridge. You will also travel to the old schoolhouse ~ Gailey Schoolhouse Museum, a one-room schoolhouse from the early days of Lake Luzerne, 1865-1937. This relaxing ride takes you along the scenic Hudson River on River Road.

Rogers Memorial Park

Swim and picnic at Rogers Memorial Park in Bolton Landing! Have fun in the sun at Rogers Memorial Park, a public park in the heart of Bolton Landing. Enjoy tennis courts, basketball, docks, picnic tables & grills, a playground, and a pavilion. The pier, public docks, and restrooms are recently renovated.

Lake George Carriage Rides

Scenic horse and carriage tours offer beautiful scenery and lake views of the Southern basin of Lake George and Battlefield Park. Our guides are knowledgeable and will entertain you with historic and engaging narration.

Love is on Lake George Cruises

Experience the lake with Love is on Lake George Cruises! Join Love is on Lake George Cruises on their 26-foot Lyman cruiser and let Captain Ron navigate the lake while you sit back and enjoy. Customize a private cruise aboard a our vintage boat.

Dog Beach

Bring your pup for a swim in Lake George! This beach has unofficially gained the name Dog Beach for it's acceptance of man's best friend. Dogs are welcome to splash in the water and relax on the sandy shore of this beach.

Submerged Heritage Preserves

Dive to the depths of history! Submerged Heritage Preserves are three shipwreck sites in Lake George managed by NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation. Divers can find the "Sunken Fleet of 1758," "The Forward," and the "Land Tortoise." Look through the round navigation buoy to begin your adventure. Please take nothing but photographs from these sites.

Meadowbrook Preserve

Take a walk at the Meadowbrook Preserve! This 44-acre preserve provides a wonderful 1.75-mile trail system beginning in a meadow, looping through wooded trails, and heading back into the meadow. Along the trail, twelve educational signs share habitat information for preserve visitors. Additional signage is placed on trees throughout the preserve, noting different species that can be found in the forest.

The Park Theater

Built in 1911, The Park Theater is a hot spot for concerts, events, theater and dance in vibrant downtown Glens Falls. The theater has been transformed into a state of the art performing space. Check the calendar of events to see the performance line up.

Tannery Pond Center

Dedicated to bringing to the Gore Mountain Region in the Southern Adirondacks theatrical performances and concerts in the Lyle Dye Auditorium, exhibitions in the Widlund Gallery and Teens Only! Theatrical performances features Our Town Theatre Group which is celebrating over 20 years bringing comedy, drama, mystery and romances to the stage by dedicated and talented members.

Adirondack Folk School

No experience necessary, no skill required for admission to this one-of-a-kind institution of learning. Our instructors from around the country share their knowledge and craftsmanship, and inspire you with their enthusiasm. Our year-round classes range from half-day sessions to multi-week courses. We offer subjects as diverse as Adirondack chair building, twig and rustic furniture, caning, and birch bark basketry.