End of summer makes one equal parts happy and sad. The heat gives way to cooler evenings but it also means that’s the end of all the outdoor fun. Catch the last of summer at Lake George with these activities.
Not Just Hot Air
In September the popular hot air balloon festivals begin in the Lake George region of Glen Falls. The famous Adirondacks Balloon Festival is from September 20 to 23, 2018 in Queensbury and Glen Falls.
Hole In One
The Lake George area is home to many greens. Green Mansions Golf Course, Hiland Park Country Club, Queensbury Country Club, Sagamore Golf Club, Sunnyside Par 3 Golf Course, Top Of The World Golf Resort, Bay Meadows Golf Course, Cronin’s Golf Course are the many golfing greens in Lake George.
Whatever Floats Your Boat
Lake George is located three hours from the city and the perfect distance for a perfect getaway. Thomas Jefferson said that it is the most beautiful water he had ever seen. It is perfect for boating and camping, whatever floats your boat. The 109 miles of shoreline is nothing but wilderness and is ideal for camping.
Row, Row, Row Your Raft
The whitewater rafting on Lake George suits all. From mild to hardcore, you can choose your level of adventure. Some of the rafting guides are Square Eddy Expeditions, Whitewater Challengers, Adirondac Rafting Company, Wild Waters, Adirondack River Outfitters, Adirondack Adventures, Beaver Brook Outfitters, Adventure Sports Rafting, Sacandaga Outdoor Center & North Creek Rafting Company.
Let It (Water) Slide
Water parks are a great way to spend summer for the whole family. With summer almost coming to a close visit the Lake George area water parks for a last dip in the wave pool. The parks to visit are Six Flags Great Escape Lodge & Indoor Waterpark, Great Escape and Splashwater Kingdom Theme Park & Water Slide World.