Features Overview

  lake george, located in the 6 million acre Adirondack park, winds its way 32 miles in between the beautiful adirondack MOUNTAINS of upstate NY. the lake has approximately 200 islands, many of which are used for public camping.  Lake George is filled with history. we can talk about the french and indian war to the revolutionary war, if that interests you. We have, fort william henry at the south end and fort ticonderoga at the north end. we can explore sunken ship sites. WE'll show you millionaires row. we can show you the old mansions and we can show you the new mansions. the celebrity homes are beautiful.  lake george island boat tours will take you on a tour you'll remember for the rest of your life.




 Thomas Jefferson loved Lake George. Here is a quote from the late president Jefferson

"Lake George is without comparison, the most beautiful water I ever saw; formed by a contour of mountains into a basin... finely interspersed with islands, its water limpid as crystal, and the mountain sides covered with rich groves... down to the water-edge: here and there precipices of rock to checker the scene and save it from monotony." 
-- Thomas Jefferson, May 31, 1791


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The Boston red sox house

One of the minority owners has a gorgeous 20 million dollar house on the lake. We can dream?

Take a seat and enjoy the ride. Pack your cooler with refreshments. You'll see nature at it's best. There are Bald Eagles to huge turtles, Maybe we'll be lucky enough to see them.



About halfway up the lake, around the 15 mile mark, is Glen island. The Ranger station, and small quaint Grocery store on the island, support all the campers out on the islands. There's also a restroom/outhouse on the island. The kids love to stop for an ice cream or candy on a hot summer day