Lake George, New York (User-submitted)

Foliage along Lake George, Adirondacks, New York (Stockbyte)

The Sagamore Resort at Bolton Landing, Lake George, New York (The Sagamore)

Sailboat on Lake George, New York (iStockphoto)

Small island on Lake George, New York (iStockphoto)


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What to do in Lake George

Most people associate Lake George, the 32-mile-long lake in upstate New York, with the honky-tonk town on its southern shore, Lake George Village. But consider this mecca of hokey haunted houses and miniature golf courses your launchpad for exploring the ribbon of water slicing through the Adirondack Mountains beyond. Pick your mode of travel: sailboat, sea kayak, motorboat, or the paddlewheeler cruise ship, The Mohican . The top half of the lake, just north of Bolton Landing, is blessed with numerous islands in the Narrows and Mother Bunch sections. Day boaters congregate here for lunch, while campers can kiss away the woes of modernity as they breathe in the pine-scented air for as long as their vacations allow. Lake Tahoe and Lake Champlain might be better known, but a quiet weekday on Lake George is as good as any in America.

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ANNU rates Lake George
Its an awesome family vacation spot, relaxing, everything is so nearby, travel; attractions, food.. so not long car rides once you reach.. Ausable chasm is a MUST Spot to visit..
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