Lake George is named after, well, Lake George—the Queen of American Lakes. The 32-mile long lake is certainly the main reason folks come to town, as this body of water offers plenty of recreational activities and is as picturesque as any lake you'll ever see. Situated in the Great Appalachian Valley's upper region and surrounded by the Adirondack Mountains, you'll find everything from jaw-dropping mansions to charming boutiques surrounding the lake. In short, Lake George offers you the getaway that you need.
Out and About in Lake George
Lake George hotels place you close to the lake and points of interest on land. On the lake, boating, fishing, water skiing, and swimming are all popular activities. If you're on a romantic vacation, not only will hotels in Lake George provide you with an intimate environment, you can also book a private cruise on the lake. Within the town of Lake George, you can have fun on a carriage ride, touring the Halls of Heroes Military History Museum at the Patriot of Lake George, hiking through the Berry Pond Preserve, and attending a play. With such an abundance of things to do, it's no wonder many folks boarding Albany flights have their eyes set on Lake George.
Eating and Drinking
From artisan cheese in Warrensburg to maple farms in Thurman to chocolate in North Creek, the Lake George area is chock full of places serving great local food and drinks. The craft brews in Glen Falls are unforgettable, and you certainly should try attending a dinner theater in Lake George if you have time to check out the local talent.
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