Lake George is a town within New York’s vast, protected region of the Adirondacks. The Lake George region played a vital roll in the ultimate creation of The United States, posing a credible threat to the enemy on more than one occasion. The lake itself is 44 miles long.
People come to hike, canoe, white water raft, and learn about American history. Lodging varies in price, from budget hotels and lodges to 4 & 5-star accommodations. Take a ride on The Minnie-Ha-Ha, The Mohican, or The Lac du Saint Sacrement steamboats where tour guides point out important moments in the lake’s storied past.
Visit: Canada Street, Lake George, Upstate New York; 518-668-4887 lakegeorge.com