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Resort for 4 people in Diamond Point, with pets
4 pers.
4.2
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Diamond Point, Lake George
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$114per night
Resort for 2 people in North America, with garden
4.3
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$117per night
Resort for 4 people in Lake George
4.2
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Lake George, New York State
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$139per night
Resort for 4 people in North America, with jacuzzi and terrace
4.6
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Lake George, New York State
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$153per night
Large vacation house for 4 people in Diamond Point, with pets
4 pers.
4.1
34 reviews
Diamond Point, Lake George
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$116per night
Resort for 2 people in North America
1 bedrooms, 2 pers.
4.7
149 reviews
Lake George, New York State
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$193per night
Resort for 3 people in North America, with garden
4.0
135 reviews
Lake George, New York State
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Resort for 4 people in North America
4 pers.
4.4
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Lake George, New York State
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Lodge for 2 people in Lake George, with terrace
3.7
96 reviews
Lake George, New York State
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$86per night
Resort for 4 people in North America, child-friendly
4.3
125 reviews
Lake George, New York State
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$116per night
Vacation house for 2 people in Lake George
1 bedrooms, 2 pers.
4.4
12 reviews
Lake George, New York State
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$74per night
Resort for 6 people in North America
4.0
137 reviews
Lake George, New York State
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$167per night
Villa for 2 people in North America, with garden
3.9
86 reviews
Lake George, New York State
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$174per night
Resort for 2 people in North America, with jacuzzi
3.8
20 reviews
Lake George, New York State
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$193per night
Resort for 4 people in North America, with terrace
3.9
415 reviews
Lake George, New York State
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$154per night
Lodge for 2 people in North America, with garden
4.0
14 reviews
Lake George, New York State
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$110per night
Lodge for 2 people in Lake George
1 bedrooms, 2 pers.
Lake George, New York State
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$68per night
Resort for 4 people in Lake George
3.9
409 reviews
Lake George, New York State
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Highlights in Lake George

  • Hiking and swimming on the islands in the lake
  • Historic attractions like Fort William Henry
  • Steamboat cruises on Lake George
  • Rollercoasters and Water Parks at Great Escape
  • Winter activities like snowmobile hire

Most popular in Lake George

Internet 234
Pet allowed 51
Balcony/Terrace 214
TV 233
Air conditioning 181
Garden 136
Parking 235
Washing machine 181
Heating 203

Vacation Rentals in Lake George

Stay in Historic Properties in One of America's Oldest Resorts

Finding luxurious accommodation in Lake George isn't hard. Whether you head to the places near the Narrows, or in the hills close to the area's ski slopes, there are plenty of cabin options to choose from. Who knows, you might even be able to stay in one of the massive "cottages" created by America's elite along Millionaire's Row? In any case, spacious, well-furnished, properties await.

Choose a Vacation Rental in the Town of Lake George

But there's also a huge selection of smaller vacation rental options in the area. From small lakefront cottage properties or hideaways in the hills, to condos in Lake George itself, if you need somewhere more affordable, you'll find somewhere that fits the bill. And you may even enjoy extra perks like pools and gyms as part of the deal.

Holiday in Lake George

Orientation

Discover the Jewel of the Adirondacks

Lake George is a 30 mile long lake, which is located in the Adirondack Mountains in upstate New York. Famous for its historical connections to the War of Independence and as an elite vacation destination, it's a beautiful place to explore nature, boat, swim, or just spend time in a rural paradise.

Getting to know the Lake George Region

The center of the region is the town of Lake George, which is right at the southern end of the lake and hosts most of the vacation rentals. However, further up the lake, "the Narrows" is probably the most beautiful part for hiking, while Ticonderoga at the northern tip has famous historic connections.

Ways to Reach a Vacation Rental in Lake George

The best route to Lake George is to fly to Albany International Airport, around 50 miles south of the resort. But you can also take Route 87 from New York City or take Amtrak's services to nearby Fort Edward.

Activities in Lake George

Paradise for Hikers and Outdoor Lovers

Lake George is a gorgeous part of the world, and whether you stick to the shores or explore the islands around the Narrows, you won't struggle to find beautiful, unspoiled trails to follow by foot or on horseback.

A Fascinating Historic Area

In the 18th century, the area was fought over between Native Americans and British, French, and American forces. Nowadays, sights like Fort William Henry and Ticonderoga offer a window onto the era that created the United States.

Perfect for Active Vacationers

Aside from hiking, there's a galaxy of activities to enjoy in Lake George, from winter sports like cross country skiing, to golf, boating, ziplines, hunting, and even hot air ballooning.

In the 19th century, Lake George became one of America's most exclusive resorts, hosting mansions built by families like the Roosevelts, Vanderbilts, Whitneys and Rockefellers.

Top 5 Things to Do in Lake George

1. Dive and Swim from the Rocks Lining Lake George

Swimming in the lake is a must during the hot summer months. At places like Diver's Rock or the 30 foot Double Diver's Rock, you can plunge into the deep waters from natural springboards. It's an exhilarating experience.

2. Visit Fort William Henry

Located in the town of Lake George, this fort was built by the British in 1755. These days, it brings history to life with re-enactments featuring costumed actors.

3. Try the Rides at Great Escape

Lake George's premier family attraction, Great Escape mixes up rollercoasters, music theaters, gourmet food, and the aquatic delights of Splashwater Kingdom. It's the perfect place for families to head.

4. Attend an Adirondack Thunder Hockey Match

One of the biggest teams in the ECHL, the Thunder regularly feature future NHL stars in their line-up, and their matches are always an adrenaline filled sporting spectacle.

5. Take a Steamboat Cruise on the Lake

There are plenty of cruising options on Lake George, from steamboats like the Minne-Ha-Ha where dinner is served, to smaller pontoon boat cruises that can take you wherever you need to go.

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A Destination with Something for all Seasons

One of the best things about visiting Lake George is its year-round appeal. Sure, summer is an amazing time to visit, with ideal swimming, fishing, hiking, and sight-seeing weather, but winter has its charms too. From snowmobiling in the Adirondacks (or visiting famous resorts like Lake Placid) to festive holiday markets, it's a fun-filled time to go.

Don't Miss Lake George's Major Events

The entertainment is pretty much constant around Lake George, with countless events. The Lake George Music Festival brings classical virtuosos to the resort in August, while the Adirondack Food and Wine Festival takes place in late June and offers vintage wines, craft beers, and artisan cheeses to excite any foodie. Check the schedule to avoid missing anything.