The town and village of Lake George, NY is located in the Southern Adirondacks. In the summer months, Lake George offers beaches, boating, kayaking and swimming. The area is full of history and culture. Visit Fort William Henry Museum to learn about the French and Indian War and the American Revolution. Lake George offers a wide array of lodging, motels, B&B's to resorts.
Bolton Landing, NY is the "gateway to the islands", providing visitors with access to the islands from one of the many marinas. Bolton Landing is a small community located on Lake George, offering two public parks with beaches on the lake, picnic areas, boat docking, tennis courts and playgrounds. There are many hotels, resorts, cottages and B & B's to along with fishing, swimming, boating and hiking.
Hague, NY is located in the eastern Adirondacks of New York on the shores of Lake George's northern basin, on the Lakes to Locks Passage and the Heritage Trail. Hague offers scenic drives and historic sites. Activities in Hague include annual fireworks, craft fairs, concerts in the park and antique shows. There is plenty to experience in Hague, such as hiking, golf, camping, swimming, and sailing.
Ticonderoga, NY is located along the northern end of Lake George and the western shore of Lake Champlain. Ticonderoga offers visitors beautiful scenic drives, fishing, camping, and history at Fort Ticonderoga, the Ticonderoga Heritage Museum and the Ticonderoga Historical Society. While in Ticonderoga, visit the Ticonderoga Cartoon Museum, the Lord Howe Valley Farm and the La Chute River Interpretive Trail.
Dresden, Fort Ann, Putnam:
Dresden, Fort Ann and Putnam are located along the eastern and southern ends of Lake George. Information for these towns can be found on the Washington County website.
Queensbury, NY is located on the southern end of Lake George in Warren County. A popular spot in Queensbury is Dunham's Bay.