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 interpretative elements showcasing the importance of the lake to the entire region. The 2,800 sq. ft. building contains a walk-up information center, a visitor information room, several regional displays including an exact scale model of the lake and historical exhibits from throughout the county. The outside deck overlooks the lake and Blais Park and leads to new public restrooms above an actual cascading mountain stream utilizing water drawn from the lake. Other features include an interactive display on stewardship of the lake sponsored by the Lake George Association and information on all Warren County towns and the City of Glens Falls in the “County Room.” Adirondack Studios of Argyle has worked with the Village on the internal design of the building that is expected to become another central attraction in the community.
On the corner of Beach Road & Canada Street (Route 9)
Lake George Village, NY 12845