Whether planning an exciting week’s trip for the entire family, a short weekend away with your romantic partner or a solo adventure to find yourself again, you could not do better than planning a vacation in and around Lake George, NY. With this in mind, here is everything you need to know about Lake George, NY.

How Do You Get to Lake George?

How Do You Get to Lake George?
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Unless you are an international traveler who cannot hire a car, traveling by road is by far the best way to enter the area, and the journey is one of the most picturesque and downright beautiful of them all.

Depending on where you are coming from in the country, the following routes are the most stunning and simple:

  • From the north, take Route 87 South to Exits 26-18
  • From the east, take Route 90 West Exit 24 to Albany and then Route 87 to Exits 18-26
  • From the south, take Route 87 North to Exit 24 and then Route 87 to Exists 18-26
  • From the west, take Route 90 East Exit 24 to Albany and then Route87 to Exits 18-26

Lake George’s Top Attractions

Lake George's Top Attractions
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There is so much to see and do at Lake George that you really need to stay for at least a couple of nights.

The US’s very first adventure aerial course, Adirondack Extreme Adventure Course, will challenge even the most passionate adrenaline junkie, whereas, for budding historians, the Fort William Henry Museum will allow you to spend the day entrenched in Native American history.

For art fans, the Hyde Collection Art Museum and Historic House is the number one destination, and for the budding fashionista, spend the day trawling the malls of the factory outlets.

In addition, as you would expect, a wide range of watersports and boating trips are available for you to enjoy on the lake, all year round.

Where to Stay in Lake George?

Where to Stay in Lake George?
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Reserve America are definitely the best source of knowledge when it comes to camping, which is by far the best way to enjoy all that Lake George has to offer. If, however, you cannot be without your modern conveniences for just a few days, there are a variety of other options for lodgings.

The Adirondacks Cabins at Mill Creek offer luxurious rooms, delicious continental breakfast, and secluded, unrivaled views of the mountains surrounding the lake and are open all year round. If you are looking to stay much nearer to the downtown Glen Falls, you could look at Baymont by Wyndham Lake George, a smaller hotel located just off the I-87.

Other prominent places to stay in and around the Lake George area include the secluded and VIP-style resort of Bayside, the elegant Bell House Inn boasting repurposed furniture and restored architecture, and the Adirondack-themed Friends Lake Inn.

Additionally, for those intending to spend every day on the water, the Garnet Hill Lodge on the water’s edge is the one for you with some thrilling watersports on offer.

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