It’s easy to see why the Lake George Area has been a summer vacation destination for generations. Swimming in Lake George provides the antidote for scorching hot summer days. Spread a towel on a sunny beach just off the main strip in Lake George, or choose a small beach in one of the region’s other relaxing communities. Amusement parks offer heart-pounding rollercoasters, heat-beating waterparks, and adventure for the entire family. Putt around an Adirondack-themed mini-golf course, discover the secrets of Lake George on one of the region’s boat cruises, belt out every word to your favorite songs at summer concerts, or escape to wooded hiking trails. And make sure you book a place to stay this summer so you can experience it all! Come see for yourself why summer is the season to visit the Lake George Area.

Dean Homestead Museum

Dean Homestead Museum

Learn about the Dean family and Stony Creek at the Dean Homestead Museum! The Dean Homestead Museum celebrate the Dean family and local Stony Creek history. Guests to the museum will find artifacts and photos.

Bay Meadows Indoor Golf

Bay Meadows Indoor Golf

Play 52 weeks a year at Bay Meadows Indoor Golf! The indoor golf simulators at Bay Meadows offer year-round golfing in a climate-controlled facility. We have five state-of-the-art PGA Tour simulators which boast over 40 courses.

Saddle Up Stables

Saddle Up Stables

Ride a horse through gorgeous Adirondack trails with Saddle Up Stables! Experience one of the most iconic attractions in Lake George - Saddle Up Stables! This family-owned and operated stable has been offering scenic horseback trail rides with stunning views of Lake George for decades!

Brant Lake Beach

Brant Lake Beach

Go for a swim in Brant Lake! Grab your family, pack a picnic, and go for a swim at Brant Lake Beach! This small beach has a medium-sized swimming area, a floating raft, and lifeguards. Brant Lake Beach is located across the street from the Horicon Fire Department in the town of Horicon.

Sip & Canvas

Sip & Canvas

Discover your inner Picasso at Sip & Canvas! Create a masterpiece while you sip wine, beer, or a soft drink at Sip & Canvas. No painting experience is necessary - our professional instructors will assist you every step of the way.

Bolton Historical Museum

Bolton Historical Museum

Learn about the past of Bolton Landing at the Bolton Historical Museum! The Bolton Historical Museum is dedicated to teaching and preserving the history of Bolton Landing, Lake George, and the surrounding area. Visitors are invited to observe the museum's collection of artifacts, memorabilia and exhibits.

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!

Diamond Divers

Diamond Divers

Join Captain Mark Mason on an underwater Lake George adventure! At Diamond Divers, we look forward to diving with you and will always do our best to make sure you have an enjoyable and relaxing time. No experience is necessary and all gear is included!

Chapman Historical Museum

Chapman Historical Museum

Discover the Glens Falls-Queensbury connection to the Adirondacks!

French Mountain Commons Outlets

French Mountain Commons Outlets

Find unbeatable deals at the French Mountain Commons Outlets! French Mountain Commons Outlets is an outlet center featuring designer and brand names offering unimaginable prices. Stores at the French Mountain Commons Outlets include:

Escape LG

Escape LG

Unlock your adventure at Escape LG! Escape LG challenges adventurers using codes, clues, and ciphers to unlock the secrets of the room. You'll have 60 minutes to figure out how to escape the room. This interactive adventure requires logic, problem-solving skills, and patience. Try to unlock the secrets of all four rooms!

Adirondack Folk School

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.