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.

Lakes to Locks Passage ~ New York's Great Northeast Journey, the Lake George Region

An All-American Road - New York's Great Northeast Journey is North America's first interconnected waterway - joining the historic waters of the Hudson River, Lake George, the Champlain Canal, and Lake Champlain and shaping the destiny of the United States and Canada.

Glens Falls Symphony Orchestra

Nationally recognized professional symphony orchestra bringing fine symphonic music to audiences in the Adirondack region with engaging international guest artists under the direction of Maestro Charles Peltz.

World Awareness Children's Museum

The World Awareness Children's Museum helps kids discover the world! The World Awareness Children's Museum brings our diverse world to children through our play space, educational programs, and international children's art exchange. Art and artifacts are featured in the Museum’s hands-on learning space, go!. These items are also used in educational programs and loaned to other museums, businesses, and institutions for display.

Adirondack Extreme Adventure Course

Over 1.5 miles of thrilling tree-top adventures! Adirondack Extreme was the first aerial adventure course to open in the United States and continues to set the bar in the aerial adventure and adventure tourism category. We are the largest aerial tree-top adventure park in the United States.

Indian Pipes Captained Charter Cruises

Leave your cares behind with a cruise on Lake George! There's nothing like a day or evening of swimming, tubing, or cruising among the gorgeous mountains and waters of Lake George. Our luxurious, 36-foot yacht leaves directly from Bolton Landing, led by an experienced captain. Our boat has an 18 person capacity. We offer photos and coolers with ice. Our boat has a full private rest room on board.

Visual Arts Gallery

Changing exhibitions, lectures, receptions, readings, and concerts.

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!

Lake George Community Band

Concert band with a marching division providing musical programs throughout the year. Lake George Community Band Festival, and summer concerts in Shepard Park in Lake George; seasonal concerts at the Glens Falls High School in Glens Falls.

Cooper's Cave Overlook

Cooper's Cave is the site of the fictional hiding place of Hawkeye and his companions made famous in the James Fenimore Cooper novel The Last of the Mohicans.

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!

Warrensburg Riverfront Farmers Market

Head to the river for locally-grown foods in Warrensburg! The Warrensburg Riverfront Farmers Market is a producer-only market, featuring locally-grown produce, maple products, baked goods, plants, cut flowers, meats, dairy, poultry, preserves, honey, wine, and much more. Take in the Adirondack beauty surrounding you as you shop! Live music entertains shoppers as they browse.

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.