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.

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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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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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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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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Guest Safety Update

COVID-19 UPDATE The Fort William Henry Hotel is currently open and accepting reservations. Certain amenities and services may be operating in a limited or modified capacity. We will continue to make adjustments to our operations as appropriate. We appreciate your patience and understanding. Please check back regularly for our latest updates. DURING YOUR STAY As […]

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Enjoy Cross-Country Skiing and Snowshoeing This Winter

Winter recreation in the Lake George Area is always a fun and relaxing endeavor. The temperatures may have dropped outdoors, but the winter activities have heated up. The region offers miles of opportunities for cross country skiing and snowshoeing. There are so many excellent options, including trails through the woods, open fields, around lakes and […]

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Go Skiing & Snowboarding Near Lake George

IMPORTANT NOTE: Ticket sales for ski areas are limited to ensure guest safety. Please check the mountain websites for updates. It’s advised that you reserve your lift tickets in advance or check with the mountain directly for their ticket purchasing policy. The Lake George Area is a Wonderland for Skiers and Snowboarders With another Adirondack winter […]

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Winter Activities on Lake George
Lake George Winter Carnival

Winter in the Adirondacks is a beautiful time of year.  In the winter of  1961 the first Lake George Winter Carnival was held. Unfortunately, the 2021 Winter Carnival has been canceled due to the Regulations Surrounding the Covid-19 Pandemic.   We eagerly look forward to the 2022 Winter Carnival and the celebration of the 60th Carnival.  […]

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The Fort William Henry Museum and Restoration and the French and Indian War Reenactment
History Comes Alive at Fort William Henry

The Fort William Henry Museum and Restoration has added a new feature – Living History!! Step back in time at Fort William Henry. What was like to be at the outpost in the wilderness in 1757; the hardships and fears of being the front line in defense of the British Colonies from French invaders? Talk […]

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