Helping you get to the source of information you need during your stay in the area. These Chambers of Commerce, Cities, Towns & County Tourism Department offices can further inform and direct you regarding your inquiry and interests.
Before arriving, acquire your vacation & travel information to plan the perfect trip to the Lake George, or stop by our listed regional offices for further help and assistance when you are here in the area.
Navigate around region with help from four area maps: Lake George and Adirondack region, Lake George Village, Glens Falls, and Saratoga Springs. These area maps include one main area map that covers the widespread Lake George Region (Southern Adirondacks, Lake George, Glens Falls, Saratoga) of Upstate New York and three… Read More
A list of all important phone numbers have been compiled for your convenience. From emergency numbers such as emergency road service, poison control and numerous health services, to transportation numbers including airport, bus and train numbers. EMERGENCY NUMBERS Emergency Road Service 1 (800) AAA-HELP Poison Control (800) 222-1222 or (800) 336-6997 Police/Fire/Medical… Read More
Prospect Mountain is one of Lake George Region's iconic landmarks. This beautiful mountain, located in the foothills of the Adirondacks, has a 2030 foot summit with magnificent panoramic views of Lake George & Adirondack Region. It is very popular among tourists, locals, and hikers because of its 100 mile view… Read More
Bolton Landing offers so much as a vacation destination. We are located about 10 miles from Lake George Village – just follow beautiful Lake Shore Drive, which runs right along the lake, to Bolton Landing. Nearly all the islands on Lake George are located within the boundaries of Bolton. Visit… Read More
By Steve Parisi Director - Warrensburgh Museum of Local History WARRENSBURG, NEW YORK, where handsome Victorian-era homes line tree-lined streets, where local retail shops, businesses and civic organizations serve a year-round community of caring people, is located along the Schroon River, just 10 minutes north of Lake George Village, on… Read More
The Village of Lake George has just completed a major portion of the total replacement of walkway within a four-block area on the west side of Canada Street (Route 9), the main north/south thoroughfare through the village. New cement sidewalks, curbing, and handicap ramps (transitions to the roadway) replaced the… Read More
by Emily A. Stanton Gore Mountain The Gore Mountain Region has activities to please both the adventure seekers and the leaf-peepers. People of all ages will love the awesome views and wide variety of recreation and relaxation opportunities that make the Gore Mountain Region the perfect pick as a four-season… Read More
Sparkling mountain lakes are sprinkled like diamonds throughout the foothills of the Adirondacks. The largest of these is Lake George, one of the largest inland lakes in the country and arguably the most beautiful Adirondack lake. The Queen of American Lakes, as it was christened by Thomas Jefferson and other… Read More
Fun Facts on the Lake George Region Here are all sorts of interesting and fun facts on the Lake George region, unknown information, and "nice to know" tidbits on events, happenings, history, places and more - from the past, present, and future in the local Lake George Regional area and… Read More
The Lake George Visitor Center is a $1.4 million dollar Interpretative Center located on Route 9 and Beach Road and replaces the Village’s former public restrooms. The center hosts visitors to the Lake George resort area and contains several exhibits highlighting Warren County’s variety of attractions as well as environmentally-themed… Read More
Fort Edward was once the largest British built military fortification on this continent during the French & Indian War. The island, directly opposite the fort, was the site of a large British encampment during the French & Indian War and the base camp for the famous Robert Rogers and 400… Read More