Where to stay in Lake George: Best areas for travelers
- Bolton: You'll be thrilled with all there is to see and do in this neighborhood. Kick off your sightseeing adventures at Adirondack Extreme Adventure Course — who knows where your feet will take you next? You're also spoiled for choice when it comes to places to rest your head. Take a look at the New Custom Adirondack Home Near Sagamore Golf Course, the Contessa Resort and the Cozy Log Home in Bolton Landing, NY - Lake George. You're sure to find something that is just right.
- Queensbury: With loads of interesting attractions, you won't be at a loose end around these parts. First, choose your hotel from fantastic options, like the Red Roof Inn Glens Falls Lake George, the Budget Inn Queensbury and the Wakita Motel. Then, figure out which landmarks you want to see. Great Escape and Splashwater Kingdom, West Mountain Ski Resort and Fun Spot are popular places to start.
- Diamond Point: No matter if you're visiting for a few days or a week, the Bonnie View Resort is a good base from which to discover this popular neighborhood. The Secluded, Quiet, on Lake George,bolton Landiing Great Views,very Relaxing, Wifi is another comfy option in the area.
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Lake George Vacations
Set against the backdrop of the magnificent Adirondack Mountains is Lake George, New York. Outdoorsmen, as well as people who just need a quiet retreat, flock to this idyllic spot. Book one of Travelocity's Lake George vacations, and enjoy the crisp air, calm waters, and brilliant blue skies as you take advantage of all the area has to offer.
Once you arrive, the lake will call to you. Whether you want to hike the trails around the lake, dive under its cool surface, or take a cruise on one of the historic steamboats that plies its waters, Lake George vacation packages can get you up close and personal with Lake George. The lake itself is approximately 32 miles long, so every day brings a new area to explore. You can also set off for the top of Prospect Mountain to get expansive views of the entire area and an entirely new lake perspective. If you'd like to step back in time, visit nearby Fort William Henry, the site of a 1757 battle between French and English troops.
Recurring Festivals and Events
In June, the epicurean in you won't want to miss the Adirondack Wine & Food Festival. More than 40 New York craft beer and small-batch wine producers get together, along with local food vendors, to bring the best of New York to visitors. In August, stay in one of the Lake George hotels and attend the Lake George Music Festival, which brings together professionals, students, and faculty from well-known music institutions. The public can enjoy orchestra and chamber music concerts, as well as a number of rehearsals and workshops. Once fall arrives, the village comes alive with the sounds and tastes of the Lake George Oktoberfest and Fall Festival.
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