For those wanderers that are looking to explore the heart and soul of Silver Bay, Travelocity lists a small range of local options in which to stay. Silver Bay lists 2 hotels within 6 miles (10 kilometers) of the city center.
There are only a handful of places you can stay within an easy walking distance from the downtown area of Silver Bay. The Northern Lake George Resort is a good choice because it's just 2 miles (3 kilometers) away.
The Lake George Diamond Cove is 17 miles (27 kilometers) outside of the center of Silver Bay. Another place to stay is the Fort William Henry Hotel and Conference Center, which is approximately 20 miles (33 kilometers) away. The Tahoe Resort on Lake George and also the Quality Inn Lake George are some other hotel options in Silver Bay.
For those inspired to check out some more of the forests found in this region of the country, you should plan some time in other places in Adirondack Region. It's no matter if you participate in common ways of enjoying yourself, for example snowboarding and skiing, or would rather zigzag across the region to see cultural and natural attractions, you'll have no trouble booking the ideal Travelocity-listed hotel options in the local area.
On the hunt for things to do? Consider spending some time visiting Charles R. Wood Theater and Hyde Collection, in Glens Falls, 25 miles (43 kilometers) to the south of Silver Bay. The The Glens Falls Inn and Sleep Inn & Suites are some of the Travelocity apartment and hotel alternatives in Glens Falls. 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the south of Silver Bay, you can also stay at Queensbury, which boasts the Six Flags Great Escape Lodge & Indoor Waterpark and Country Inn & Suites By Carlson. The Fun Spot and SUNY Adirondack are more frequented points of interest to visit when you're in Queensbury.
Silver Bay is home to some fantastic attractions; find more by visiting Travelocity's sophisticated Silver Bay accommodation and attractions guide.