Lake George Vacation Tips From Our Adirondack Concierge

Welcome to our Adirondack Concierge, a one-stop resource to help you plan your visit to Lake George! When you stay at Fort William Henry Hotel & Conference Center, you’ll be close to all the action, no matter what time of year you decide to visit. Use the features below to learn more about nearby activities and attractions, plus Lake George vacation tips to make your stay as action-packed and stress-free as possible.

Glassblowing Sculpture
Take a Glassblowing Class at Adirondack Glassblowing Studio

The Fort William Henry Hotel and Conference Center has partnered with the Adirondack Glassblowing Studio to offer guests an unforgettable glass art experience. Try Glassblowing yourself in a private class at ADK Glass. You’ll pick your project, pick your colors and create magic in this art class you’ll remember for a lifetime! Located just 30 […]

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Fireworks – No better spot to see them!

The Village of Lake George has fireworks on the Fourth of July and every Thursday after that for the rest of the summer. The fireworks are launched from a barge just a few hundred yards offshore. They light up the lake and the noise echoes of the surrounding mountains. One word: spectacular. The Fort William […]

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Toad Hill Maple
It’s Maple Season in Lake George & The Adirondacks

As winter begins to fade and the first signs of spring ease their way into the Lake George and Adirondack Region, expert sugarmakers retrieve their sugar taps from thousands of maple trees, signaling the start of our beloved maple syrup season. Being the number two producer of maple syrup in the United States (next to […]

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Local Breweries, Distilleries & Wineries To Visit

Lake George regional drinks just taste better when you enjoy them straight from the source. And with a variety of independent breweries, handcrafted spirits and beautiful wineries, we invite you to drink in the local flavor in whatever form of libation you prefer. Explore Lake George region breweries, distilleries and wineries below. Go ahead, start […]

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Hoffman Notch Path
Mud Season Madness

“Mud season” is the in-between season when the high country trails are covered in snow, and many of the lowland trails are muddy with melting snow. It’s not quite time for summer sports yet, and skiing isn’t the best either. But that doesn’t mean it’s not a great time to explore the outdoors in Lake […]

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A Snowmobile Adventure Awaits You

Adventure Begins Lake George is sure to have the snowmobile experience of your dreams, whether you prefer groomed trails or deep snow and backcountry adventure since we have the best of both worlds. Snowmobiling is an exhilarating sport, and the Lake George area offers some of the country’s best. With deep snow annually, the season […]

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Winter Activities on Lake George
Lake George Winter Carnival

Welcome to the 61st Annual Winter Carnival in Lake George Presidents Weekend Events SATURDAY, February 18th 𝐑𝐀𝐂𝐄𝐒 𝐂𝐀𝐍𝐂𝐄𝐋𝐋𝐄𝐃 – 𝐋𝐀𝐂𝐊 𝐎𝐅 𝐈𝐂𝐄 12:30PM till gone! Chowder Cook Off : This is always a tough one! So many amazing creations from our local LG Restaurants! Sample them & then vote for your favorite! $Fee Shepard Park […]

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Channeling Your Inner-Child: Snow Tubing & Sledding

Winter activities abound in the Lake George region. After a restful night at The Fort William Henry Hotel, start your morning with a big breakfast at The White Lion Restaurant. The omelets are famous and the cinnamon swirl french toast or Adirondack oatmeal will give you a satisfying start for the day ahead. If you’re […]

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Make the most of your Lake George vacation

Want a friendly tip to make your Lake George vacation as memorable as possible? That’s easy! Just remember this simple phrase: “It’s all about the view.” There are lots of things to do in Lake George and the Adirondacks, but there is really one main reason why so many people visit here. Say it with […]

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Plan the Perfect Fall Apple Picking Adventure

New York State’s official fruit is the apple, and there are more than 40 different varieties grown in the State. With fall foliage season underway, join us for two nights of accommodations and a delicious buffet breakfast in our famous White Lion Inn dining room, which served as the original ballroom of this historic hotel. While enjoying […]

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