Find unique Lake George vacation attractions and things to do near our resort! The Adirondacks offer recreation, exploration and exciting attractions for kids of all ages!
Lake George Vacation Attractions
Snug Harbor South
Snug Harbor South is our boat rental location. One of the largest boat rental fleets on the lake with 90 boat rentals. We rent bow riders, sport decks and pontoon boats. We have 2 and 4 hour rentals along with full day or multi-day. Our boats hold anywhere from 6 to 12 people. All our rentals come with a free single person tube and water skis. We rent knee boards, wake boards and double tubes for a small fee. At our locations we have a gas dock and small ship store with chips, soda, camping and marine supplies.
The Luxury Box
At The Luxury Box, our goal is to provide you a state-of-the-art facility to play sports and be entertained with friends and family. Each private suite features golf, soccer, baseball, hockey, bowling, foot golf, frisbee golf and dodgeball. We also have a Party Suite that holds 20 people and has 2 large tables, pool table, ping pong, air hockey, dart board, card table, shooting simulator and an Xbox. Along with playing sports you can also enjoy watching TV and movies in the comfort of our leather reclining chairs and take your music and entertainment to the next level with our state-of-the-art sound system.
Circle B Ranch
Located in the beautiful Adirondack mountains of New York State. Offering horseback riding, sleigh rides, hayrides & horseback riding lessons. Just a short drive from Lake George.
Lake George Steamboat Company
The Lake George Steamboat Company offers a variety of Cruises on their 3 large cruise ships, The Minne-Ha-Ha, an authentic Paddlewheeler, The Mohican and the Lake’s largest cruise ship, The Lac du Saint Sacrement. From 1 hour cruises to the only complete tour of historic and scenic Lake George, The Queen of American Lakes.
Natural Stone Bridge & Caves Park
Two oceans, billions of sea creatures, intense metamorphosis, an unusual fault and melting glaciers have exposed some of the oldest marble in North America to form some of the youngest caves in the Adirondacks. A hands-on geological NY wonder and long time favorite of earth science classes, come explore the largest marble cave entrance in the east.