Known as the “Queen of the American Lakes ,” with its 109 miles of shoreline and 300+ islands, Lake George has been a vacation paradise for almost two centuries!
The Adirondack Region is located in Northern New York , about 4 hours north of Manhattan and two hours south of Montreal. It is a vast wilderness, but it isn’t as remote as some might think.
Lake George is by far the biggest market in the state for lake property, accounting for 22.4 percent of inventory as of June 1, worth $238,298,038. Lake George is also one of the most expensive markets in the state, and is home to 37 percent of New York’s $1 million-plus lakefront listings.
IMO, Lake George is seriously trashy and honky-tonk. Unless the Sagamore has been majorly upgraded in the last few years, it too is very old and tired. Certainly not worth those prices.
Is Lake George Safe to Swim In ? Visitors to Lake George often wonder: “is it safe to swim in Lake George ?” The answer is a resounding yes! Lake George is one of the cleanest and most beautiful lakes in the country. It offers 32 miles of wide bays, wooded islands, and quiet coves.
Definitely Lake Placid . Less commercial, quaint, plenty to do and sight see. Lake George is a tourist trap .but with limited offerings until full season hits.
Our biggest largemouth to date is a 7lb behemoth. Our biggest smallmouth bass is a 22″ fish that probably weighed just over 5lbs. We believe there’s a largemouth in Lake George in excess of 8lbs.
From east to west, the U.S. is home to so many great places that are worth visiting . If you have to choose just one during 2018, then consider Lake George ! This gateway to the Southern Adirondacks was recently named one of the top 10 places to visit this year by MONEY’s Best in Travel guide, a subsidiary of TIME.
Adirondack Mountains, byname Adirondacks , mountains in northeastern New York state, U.S. They extend southward from the St. Lawrence River valley and Lake Champlain to the Mohawk River valley. The mountains are only sparsely settled, and much of the area exists in a primitive natural state, protected by state law.