The Lake George Area is a beach destination. These sandy spots are on every lake in the region. Choose a small beach away from the hustle and bustle of town or bring your whole family to a larger swathe of sand. Make it part of your day, or the only reason for your vacation. It wouldn’t be a Lake George Area vacation without hitting the beach.

A day at the beach is a classic summer pastime

There are pristine beaches to swim and splash on every lake in the region. These Adirondack waters are as clean as they come, so go ahead and cannonball into the water. Your kids will love dragging their beach toys to the edge of the water and swimming in the summertime sun. Pick a large beach where you can plot out your own patch of sand or a smaller beach where you can enjoy a good book in peace and quiet. Forget about your worries and put your toes in the water. While it’s always important to watch your family in the water, many beaches in the region have lifeguards on duty to ensure the safety of your family. Many Lake George Area beaches conveniently located near the main street. After a swim, you can put on your flip flops and walk to your local hotel or a waterfront restaurant.

Dog Beach

This beach has unofficially gained the name Dog Beach for it's acceptance of man's best friend.  Dogs are welcome to splash in the lake waters and relax on the sandy shore of this beach.  Facilities are not available but can be found at Million Dollar beach right next door.  No life guards on duty.  Open dawn to dusk.

Rogers Memorial Park

Swim and picnic at Rogers Memorial Park in Bolton Landing! Have fun in the sun at Rogers Memorial Park, a public park in the heart of Bolton Landing. Enjoy tennis courts, basketball, docks, picnic tables & grills, a playground, and a pavilion. The pier, public docks, and restrooms are recently renovated.

Usher Park

Relax on the beach only minutes from Lake George Village at Usher Park! Facilities at the park include two pavilions (a large one for groups of 40-150, and a small one for groups under 40), picnic tables, playground equipment, a tennis court, a basketball court and a beach. Beach is available when lifeguards are on duty, which is during the summer season.

Shepard Park

Bring your beach towel, a picnic lunch, and plenty of sunscreen, because you're not going to want to leave Shepard Park! Shepard Park Beach is conveniently located in the heart of Lake George Village.

Veterans Memorial Park

Swim in the sun on Lake George at Veterans Memorial Park! Have fun in the sun at Veterans Memorial Park, a public park in the heart of Bolton Landing. Swim in the shallow swimming area or lounge on the sandy beach. Play basketball, hang on the docks, and enjoy picnic tables & grills, a playground, and a pavilion. The beach is open daily throughout the summer with lifeguards present.

Wayside Beach

Bring a picnic lunch and cooler to this quaint and quiet beach. The kids can swim while you launch your canoe, kayak or small motor boat. Insider tip: Paddle the flat water to the far side of Lake Luzerne and you may be lucky enough to hear the sounds of strings, woodwinds and piano drifting across the water. That would be the students at the Luzerne Music Camp. And if you like what you hear, the camp offers concerts in July and August that are open to the public.

Lake George Beach

Your favorite Lake George Beach!

Luzerne Public Beach

Ideal beach for swimming and launch available for non motorized boats.  No fishing.  Limited parking - arrive early.

Loon Lake Town 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. This public beach is perfect for swimming, fishing, and paddling with views of gorgeous mountains beyond Loon Lake.

Hudson Grove Beach

Swim.

Schroon Lake Beach

Perfect for swimmers of all ages and abilities, the roped-in, shallow swim quarters are monitored by lifeguards, and the deeper section has a floating dock to lounge on. Children can play at making sandcastles and burying their legs near the shallow water, while more experienced water-lovers can take lazy laps in the clear mountain water.

Lake Avenue Park

On site parking, swimming and a boat launch for cartop, non motorized boats.