American history on the shores of Lake George.
This 35-acre park maintains important open space at the southern end of Lake George and preserves major French & Indian War and Revolutionary War battle sites. Battles between the Algonquin and Iroquois tribes and between England and American colonists were fought on this land.
Statues of historical figures such as Father Isaac Jogues, General William Johnson, King Hendrick of the Mohawks, and "the Indian" can be observed. The remains of the Old Fort George can be found.
Perfect for picnics. Picnic tables and a pavilion are available. Park has water and restrooms.
The park is a Path Through History attraction. It is operated and maintained by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.