The Lake George Area was made for kids. Every town in the region has things to do that kids will love ... all just waiting to be discovered. From historic amusement parks to mini-golf under the lights to refurbished forts, the Lake George Area is a children’s playground.

The Lake George Area has been a vacation destination for youngsters from the very beginning. With endless kid-friendly activities to enjoy, amazing annual events to attend, and all of the natural beauty of the Adirondack Mountains, there are more fun things for kids to do than can be completed in a lifetime of vacations. Your kids will love exploring sprawling amusement parks such as the Great Escape. Walk the streets of Lake George Village to play mini-golf and arcade games. The winter is a utopia for kids in the Lake George Area. Ski centers introduce kids to skiing and snowboarding with safe and exciting lessons. Ice skating and fishing on frozen lakes provide for endless Adirondack activity. And yes, parents, you’re going to have an awesome time, too.

Looking for a full list of things to do in Lake George that everyone in the family will enjoy? Don't worry, we have you covered!

Sky Zone Trampoline Park

We welcome families and individuals to have some fun and maybe enter into a little friendly competition.

Montcalm Street Park

The park offers multiple playgrounds for children, 2 basketball courts and field space. It is located in a neighborhood in the city of Glens Falls, NY. Pack a lunch to enjoy on the picnic tables in the pavilion.

Haviland's Cove Park

Haviland's Cove Park

You can enjoy the open park land, take a swim and play on the beach; bring a picnic, playground, and softball field. There is a picnic/barbecue pavilion available, fee applies; also showers.

Fort William Henry Museum

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.

Rogers Memorial Park

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.

Crandall Park

Crandall Park

One of the best places to relax in the Lake George Area! Crandall Park has it all. Play on the playground, softball, soccer fields, basketball courts, and tennis courts. Take a walk or a hike on the trails, or enjoy a picnic lunch in the sunshine!

Sagamore Street Park

Basketball, playground, tennis, picnic.

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.

Glens Falls Recreation Center Ice Rink

Glens Falls Recreation Center Ice Rink

Go for a skate in Glens Falls at the Recreation Center! The Glens Falls Recreation Center Ice Rink is a free indoor skating rink open during various days and times throughout the fall and winter months. Limited skate rentals available on weekends for a small fee. Hours are subject to change or cancellation.

Adirondack Golf

Adirondack Golf

Take a walk through the Adirondack Park! This 18-hole course is an inviting Adirondack experience, including cascading waterfalls, winding streams, and plunging fountains. Adirondack Golf is proud to be the first fully handicapped-accessible mini-golf course in the United States. Wheelchairs, strollers, and baby carriages will have no problem on this course!

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.

West End Park

Basketball, youth baseball field, playground, picnic tables and shelter. Leashed dogs are welcome.