About Lake George
32 miles from tip to toe, and 3 miles wide at its widest point, Lake George has something to offer every type of boater.
Bordered by the Adirondack Mountains, Lake George provides a beautiful backdrop for cruising and taking in the mountainside scenery. Lake George water is classified AA-special, safe to drink, and perfect for a swim on a hot summer day. The two story fishery features both warm water and cold water fish. Anglers enjoy bringing in Landlocked Atlantic Salmon, Lake Trout, Northern Pike, Pickerel, Perch, Smallmouth and Largemouth Bass. Watersports are a popular pastime on the lake and the flat, calm mornings are a great time to enjoy skiing, tubing, and wakeboarding.
Lake George is home to over 300 islands and 109 miles of shoreline, packed with plenty of picnic areas and boat up restaurants to feed hungry first mates.
Lake George Village and Bolton Landing provide an array of landlubber activities to do before or after your outing. Shops, restaurants, arcades, and historical sights make for a fun day for the family on and off the water.
Here is a great link to all kinds of outdoor activities on Lake George and throughout the Adirondacks - https://firstwilderness.com/things-to-do/maps-and-directions/
'Lake George is, without comparison, the most beautiful water I ever saw; formed by a contour of mountains into a basin thirty-five miles long, and from two to four miles broad, finely interspersed with islands, its water limpid as crystal and the mountain sides covered with rich groves of thuja, silver fir, white pine, aspen and paper birch down to the water edge, here and there precipices of rock to checker the scene and save it from monotony' - Thomas Jefferson
We have everything you need for a great day on the water. Stop by and find out for yourself!
Matt O'Hara | 845-642-0201 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Situated in Dunham's Bay in the southeast section of Lake George, the marina is an easy ride from Lake George Village.