Lake George, NY | Guide and Information
Your Guide to Lake George, NY.
Welcome to Lake George
Located in New York’s Adirondack mountains, Lake George combines exciting opportunities for shopping and dining with easy access to the Adironack Park’s protected forests. With a recorded history dating to the 17th century, and a reputation as an upstate getaway since the late 19th century, the Lake George area mixes history and culture with countless opportunities to canoe, kayak, hunt, fish, and hike in the Adirondack outdoors.
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For honky tonk, Lake George Village is tops. Its jumble of
souvenir-selling shops and themed boutiques makes for a super fun vacation for
all kinds of children and adults. The Tom Tom Shop, where you’ll find everything
from stylin’ moccasins to rubber tomahawks, is one of the oldest on Canada
Street, the main street of Lake George Village.
Stand at the south end of what is known to be “The Queen of American Lakes” and take a picture of this gorgeous body of water outstretched before you. It’s easy to find the iconic shot of this thirty-two-mile-long, spring and stream-fed lake, flanked by the long, loaf-y Adirondack Mountains. Just stand east of the Steel Pier where the big steamships dock at the southern end of the lake and start taking pictures.