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.

the Crossroads

The Crossroads

Crossroads is more than just a one-stop shop, it's a destination in the southern Adirondacks! The Crossroads is a family-owned business located in beautiful Chestertown, just east of exit 25 on the Adirondack Northway. As a store, we carry everything necessary for a nice picnic in the sun or gear for a more serious outing.

Waikiki Supper Club

Polynesian cuisine dinner shows with all the pageantry! Authentic hula dancers, music, sword dancers, spectacular costumes, and fire act.

Antiques Market Place

Antiques Market Place

Antiques Market Place features twenty dealers offering an ever-changing inventory of quality and interesting antiques, vintage, collectible, and decorative items. Antiques and items include books, art, furniture, glass, jewelry, photography, postcards, rugs, signs, toys, and more! New acquisitions arrive daily.

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.

Chapman Historical Museum

Chapman Historical Museum

Discover the Glens Falls-Queensbury connection to the Adirondacks!

Freedom Park

The perfect park for children with a variety of physical abilities! Freedom Park is a barrier-free playground, making it accessible to those with disabilities. The playground has swings, slides, a sand table, and climbing structures. There are picnic tables and a portable restroom at the park. No pets please.    

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!

Chestertown Farmers Market

Chestertown Farmers Market

Locally grown vegetables, cheeses, breads, baked goods, maple products, roasted coffee, pickles, seafood, and more. The market also features a selection of gift items from local artisans and live music. When you can stop by to visit us, we would love to meet you - have a bite to eat - enjoy the music - find a nice gift for someone special - and enjoy this area of the southern Adirondacks!

Leonelli's Playland Arcade

Leonelli's Playland Arcade North

Leonelli's Playland Arcade offers round-after-round of family fun! This family arcade in Lake George Village is great for kids, and adults will love taking a step back in time. Enjoy video games ranging from the old classics to modern favorites! Leonelli's Playland Arcade even features a vintage shooting arcade in the back!

Log Jam Outlets

Log Jam Outlets

Shop for deals at the Log Jam Outlets! The Log Jam Outlets are the perfect place for you and your family to score great deals on name brand items. You can find savings of 20% - 70% off retail prices! Our stores include: Brooks Brothers Carters Chico's Christopher & Banks Guess Le Creuset Olympia Sports Wilson's Leather

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.

Stony Creek District 4 Schoolhouse Museum

Stony Creek District 4 Schoolhouse Museum

Learn about the history of Stony Creek at the District 4 Schoolhouse Museum! The Stony Creek District 4 Schoolhouse Museum celebrates the history of school life and industry in a historic home in Stony Creek. This one room, two-story schoolhouse has photos, maps, and other artifacts celebrating the history of Stony Creek.