Don’t Forget Our Environment

Lake George is one of the main tourist destinations located in the Adirondacks. And it’s not just the cute shops that line the streets or the romantic dining options to choose from at sunset that draws people here, the lake itself is a main attraction. It’s important to remember all the generations that have experienced the beauty of this body of water and it’s essential to consider all the future generations that will want to experience the opportunity as well. Many travel to the lake each year to boat and fish but it’s important to remember that we need to keep the lake clean in order to preserve its splendor. This year we want to bring awareness to aquatic hitchhikers and their possible negative impact on Lake George as well as any other lake. To help prevent invasive species from contaminating Lake George please remember these simple steps: clean, drain and dry! Invasive species can include but are not limited to water chestnuts, zebra/quagga mussels, Eurasian watermilfoil, spiny waterflea, hydrilla, live bait and Asian clams. Remember as the camping season is quickly approaching to take in the natural beauty around you but also respect and help preserve it for everyone! For more information please visit http://protectlakegeorge.com/

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WE ARE OPEN! We have met the requirements of New York Forward reopening plan for businesses as of June 1.  Currently, many of our amenities and services are currently unavailable, including our aquatic areas, until New York State announces a plan to reopen them.  We hope to have that information soon and will share as soon as the information is issued.

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Stay safe and healthy until we can be together again.