Lake George Guide Blog


Musical Magical Mondays

Every Monday night throughout the summer, Shepard Park comes alive with a variety of music, shows and rides designated to attract families. The park amphitheater features live music, jugglers, clowns, magicians and other acts from 7:00-9:30 PM. The remainder of the park will include the Village’s popular street entertainers, Bounce Houses, balloon artists and free … Read More

The Adirondacks on Two Wheels

Marc Connelly Adirondacks And Beyond Motorcyle Rider Training Combine 6,000,000 acres of mountains and lakes with thousands of miles of uncrowded, windy twisty roads.  Add in numerous quaint towns and an endless supply of friendly people, and you have a motorcyclists playground called the Adirondack State Park. It can be quite a task for riders … Read More

Charles R. Wood Theater

The Charles R. Wood Theater is located on Glen Street in the heart of downtown Glens Falls. The former Woolworth Store was extensively renovated and is now a 30,000 square foot community facility. The facility includes a 300-seat theater, state-of-the-art lighting and sound packages that is suited for theater, dance, music, film and presentations; a … Read More

Lake George Region Geology

The glacial geology of the Lake George region has been influenced by millions of years of sculpturing and carving by ice and water. With extremely powerful forces of nature at work, great sheets of ice moved across the area acting as giant sheets of sandpaper. The rocks and boulders frozen in the base of the … Read More

Fishing Lake George Article

by Captain Justin S. Mahoney Highliner Charter Fishing Family fun, adventure, and a lifetime of memories. Lake George and the surrounding towns and villages within the Adirondack Park, provide all this on a daily basis. But what really lures vacationers to this region is the cool, deep, clear waters of Lake George. It’s out on … Read More

Come Home To Lincoln

The Original Lincoln Logs For those whose Adirondack dream envisions the warmth of a log home, Lincoln Logs Ltd. of Chestertown is the ultimate resource. The company has delivered over 10,000 log homes world-wide since its inception in 1977. Whether your plans call for a 350-square-foot hunting camp or a spectacular 9,000-square-foot mansion, the design … Read More

Travel Tips

Pack smart.  Choose fast-drying wrinkle resistant fabrics.  Prevent wrinkles by placing tissue paper or the light plastic film that dry cleaners use between clothing items and between folds of a garment.  Where possible, roll rather than fold clothes. Don’t pack too many clothes.  Coordinate colors.  Take clothing that is comfortable and can be layered.  Choose … Read More

Vintage Halloween Collecting

by Lynne Constantine Glenwood Manor Antiques Center & Antiques Market Place It started 25 years ago while rummaging through boxes at a local antique shop. I spotted an orange cardboard box covered with black silhouettes of scary looking bats and witches. The box alone was exciting enough but when I opened it, it contained an … Read More

The Award Winning Gilded Age Tour

By Donna Pohl Raquette Lake Navigation It’s fascinating to visit a place where history has happened, and the rapid growth of Cultural Heritage Tourism is testament to that. New York’s Adirondack region has a distinctively rich history, and there are countless stories to tell about the people who lived, worked and played in this six … Read More

The Adirondacks on Postcards

Glenwood Manor Antiques Center Are you looking for a quick trip through the Adirondacks of days gone by? A plethora of early history is recorded in pictorial format on postcards of the past. The early hotels, many of them long gone, along with streets lined with stately elm and maple trees, and many scenes when the … Read More