Happy New Year!

As we say goodbye to 2015, we welcome 2016 with open arms. This year marks our 50th anniversary and right now as we sit in this cold spell we can’t wait for spring to arrive. With the phone ringing more frequently it’s important to call sooner rather than later for that popular holiday stay. Memorial Day and 4th of July are the first two holidays to sell out, and usually its months ahead of time. Call or visit our website to make your reservations to avoid disappointment. We also have spring weekenders and seasonal sites still available. Even though January has just begun and spring seems so far away, opening day is only 4 months away!


Lake George RV Park - Fun in Site!

PARK NOW OPEN THROUGH OCTOBER 12. Outdoor pools and spray pad are closed after September 7, and indoor heater pool and spa cluster remain open through October 13.  Also, limited facilities and services are now provided for a discounted off-season rate.  We continue to operate under New York State guidelines and restriction for COVID-19.  Special requirements are in place to safely use our limited amenities and services to avoid spreading COVID-19.  Details will be provided to all guests prior to their stay when an advanced reservation is made.

It is imperative that guest planning to visit that are not beginning their journey in New York State consult the current list of restricted states and follow required guidelines for visiting and complete a Department of Health Traveler Form upon arrival.  This information can be found under our Covid-19 FAQs  For updates on what services and amenities are available for current guests and additional information about our Covid-19 response please go to our dedicated page at https://www.lakegeorgervpark.com/covid-19/

All information on our Covid-19 page supersedes the information on all other pages of our website. Check back often for updates.

We remind guests planning to visit us this season that they will be required to PLEDGE their support and adherence to the safety protocols required by New York State and the CDC.  Anyone who chooses not to follow these guidelines is asked to postpone their visit until a time when these guidelines are lifted.

Stay safe and healthy until we can be together again.