The grass is growing and the weather is warming up, so it’s time to visit the Lake George Area! Mother’s Day weekend is the perfect time to rent a boat and explore the shallow bays and forested islands of Lake George. The region offers a full dose of spring break activities, including soaking up the sun at Lake George beaches and hiking Adirondack trails lined with spring flowers. Springtime events such as the Hudson River Whitewater Derby help visitors reintroduce themselves to the outdoors after a cold winter. Even Mother Nature can’t ruin a trip to the Lake George Area. Rainy day activities include shopping for deals at the Factory Outlets of Lake George, tossing strikes at the bowling alley, or sampling craft beers and ciders. There is even a plethora of restaurants open in spring so you can stay fueled for all the springtime fun. When that last patch of snow finally melts, plan a trip to the Lake George Area!

Tiki Tours

Tiki Tours

Life's too short for a normal tour! Spend some time on Lake George with Tiki Tours -- a covered 6-passenger floating barge. Our tiki boats are perfect for your next trip out on the lake with family and friends. Cruise along the shoreline or stop at a local establishment - you decide how to spend your time. Bring a picnic - we have a cooler and ice on board.

Town of Johnsburg Library, The Corner Gallery

Located in the Town Hall the library offers exhibits by local and regional artists and students.

Adirondack Craft Beverage Trail

Adirondack Craft Beverage Trail

The Adirondack Beverage Trail is a self-guided tour of 27 beer, wine, cider, soda, and distilled spirits makers throughout Warren, Essex, Washington and Northern Saratoga Counties. Each of these enterprises produce fine New York State products with dedication and pride. When you visit - you are supporting "buy local". The website provides the map with details of each.

Loon Lake Public Beach

Loon Lake Public Beach

Cool off in Loon Lake at the public beach! Loon Lake Town Beach is a well-maintained, recently-renovated sand beach with a small swimming area. The shallow and deep zones are marked and a raft floats in the deep section. There are also benches, a grassy picnic area, and small boat launch for non-motorized vessels.

Chapman Historical Museum

Chapman Historical Museum

Discover the Glens Falls-Queensbury connection to the Adirondacks!

Mohican Trail Historical Driving Tour

Mohican Trail Historical Driving Tour

Explore historical sites in the Lake George Area on the Mohican Trail Historical Driving Tour! The Mohican Trail Historical Driving Tour is a self-guided military history tour. It includes 17th-19th century archeological, military sites, museums, monuments, cemeteries, historical markers, forts, and houses in the heart of the French and Indian and Revolutionary Wars area.

Meadowbrook Preserve

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.

Charles R. Wood Theater

Charles R. Wood Theater

Watch events year-round at the 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.

Lake George Island Adventures

Lake George Island Adventures

Lake George Island Adventures offers fun for everyone no matter your age! A day on Lake George with Lake George Island Adventures will make you feel like a kid again! Let us customize your pontoon boat adventure. Boaters can go swimming in their favorite Lake George spots, go for a tubing ride with family and friends, go island hopping and have a picnic, or enjoy a s'mores cruise or a sunset cruise.

Beckley's Marina

Beckley's Marina

Experience Lake George the way it was meant to be at Beckley's Marina! Beckley's Marina is a great place to stop for gasoline, to launch your boat, or to grab supplies for your day on the lake! Fill up the gas tank and then head into our Ship Store for firewood, worms, snacks, ice, clothing, bug spray, suntan lotion, and more!

Lake George Lanes and Games

Lake George Lanes & Games

Endless family fun in one location at Lake George Lanes & Games! An awesome place for family fun! Lake George Lanes and Games has 24 bowling lanes and automatic scoring, state of the art equipment, and every lane has a TV! For a unique treat, try Galactic Bowling - it's party central with music and a wild light show on Fridays and Saturdays - this is a whole new game!

Feeder Canal

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.