The snow is never too deep in the Lake George Area. Whether you’re in the mood for a casual walk or a rugged hike, snowshoes will help you conquer the trail.

Snowshoeing is an Adirondack tradition and an easy way to get around in the snow. A snowshoe in the Lake George Area is one of the best ways to get a great workout while basking in the winter beauty of the Adirondacks. Enjoy dedicated snowshoe trails at beautiful Crandall Park. Take a snowshoe hike to the top of mountain peaks for a great view of neighboring mountains and frozen lakes. If you don’t have your own snowshoes, rentals are available at some snowshoeing facilities in the area. Get out there and take a walk!

Dynamite Hill Recreation Area

Dynamite Hill Recreation Area

Ski, hike, cycle, and more at Dynamite Hill Recreation Area! There is so much to do at Dynamite Hill! Get outside in the summer on 133 acres of marked hiking, single-track cycling, and the seasonal picnic pavilion. In the winter, Dynamite Hill offers cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, skiing, snowboarding, sledding, downhill tubing, and ice skating. There's even night skiing, a tow rope, and a warming hut!

Lake George Recreation Park

Lake George Recreation Park

Get outside and have some fun at the Lake George Recreation Park! There's a ton to do at the Lake George Recreation Park! Enjoy baseball, softball, and soccer fields by reservation. There are also basketball courts and a dog park available for use.

Crandall Park

Crandall Park

One of the best places to relax in the Lake George Area! A new splash pad is coming in 2021! Crandall Park has it all. Play on the playground, softball, soccer fields, brand new basketball, tennis and pickleball courts, and new disc golf course! Take a walk or a hike on the trails, or enjoy a picnic lunch in the sunshine!

The Pinnacle

The Pinnacle

Find fantastic views of Lake George from the summit of the Pinnacle! The Pinnacle, a 73-acre preserve, is a hiking trail five minutes outside of Bolton Landing maintained by the Lake George Land Conservancy.

Warrensburg Recreation Field

Have some fun in the town of Warrensburg! The Warrensburg Recreation is a four-season park in the town of Warrensburg. The park offers athletic fields, tennis courts, a playground, basketball courts, and more. Winter fun includes cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and a toboggan run. Contact the Warrensburg Town Office to reserve the pavilion.

Warren County Nature Trails

Warren County Nature Trail & Nordic Ski System

Easy-to-expert hiking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing trails on the banks of the Hudson River.

Beaver Brook Outfitters

Beaver Brook Outfitters

Ride the Hudson or Sacandaga with Beaver Brook Outfitters! Beaver Brook Outfitters will provide you with family adventure, fun, and a lifetime of memories. Join us and raft the Hudson River Gorge, 17-miles of class III to IV whitewater with beautiful Adirondack scenery. Our experienced rafting guides will help you enjoy your best rafting experience yet! We also offer rafting on the Sacandaga River, 3.5-miles of class II to II whitewater.

Gurney Lane Recreation Area

A four-season recreation park in Queensbury.

Van Dusen Preserve

Van Dusen Preserve

A well-marked nature preserve in Queensbury.

Caroline Fish Memorial Trail

Caroline Fish Memorial Trail

Explore the Caroline Fish Memorial Trail with a hike or by bike! The Caroline Fish Memorial Trail offers 2.6 miles of off-road trail for biking and hiking. This multi-use trail offers a variety of terrain for varying skill levels of mountain biking, with an elevation gain and drop of 120'.

Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center

72 acres of Adirondack fun in Bolton Landing! Up Yonda Farm is an educational museum that specializes in teaching kids about the Adirondacks. The museum features wildlife exhibits of native mammals and birds such as bears, bobcats, fishers, and porcupines. Hands on children's exhibits feature archaeology digs and touch tables.

Natural Stone Bridge and Caves

Natural Stone Bridge and Caves

Natural Stone Bridge and Caves is an Adirondack treasure! Come see the largest marble cave entrance in the east. Explore Noisy Cave, check out the resident bats in Peter Pan's Peephole, dip under Arch Rock, and cross over the natural stone bridge itself!