Even More Ways To Fall in Love With Lake George This Fall!
The leaves are changing, the air is crisp and fall fun is in full swing in Lake George!
There is no better time than now to enjoy the great outdoors. Wondering how best to soak in the season? See our top 5 things to do in Lake George in the fall.
Top Ways To Fall In Love With Fall in Lake George
Go For A Hike
The leaves are changing, and the mountains surrounding Lake George are saturated with orange, red and yellow. Get gorgeous views by hitting the trails; the higher you climb the more glorious the scene! With options for all ability levels, hiking can be a family-friendly activity.
• Sleeping Beauty Mountain
• Shelving Rock Falls
Take A Drive
Some of the most impressive fall foliage in the Northeast is just a drive away! Hop in your car and take in the views as you they pass you by. With Lake George as a starting point – you can’t go wrong!
• Route 9N
• Prospect Mountain
• Bolton Landing
• Top Of The World
Explore Fort Ticonderoga
Significant in both the French & Indian War and the Revolutionary War, this season is the best time to visit Fort Ticonderoga! The weather is great, there are fewer crowds and there is tons of festive fun for the whole family. Outside of property tours, this month there are ghost tours and a corn maze that is open during the day and at night by moonlight.
Attend A Haunted Happening:
Take the family to the annual Fright Fest at the Great Escape for plenty of thrills and chills! The Six Flags Great Escape theme park transforms into a Halloween playground for families during the day, complete with a trick-or-treat trail, and turns to terror once the sunsets.
Attend A Fall Festival:
Lake George is host to several outdoors festivals each fall. Take in the breathtaking backdrop while enjoying great music, beer and fun.
• Lake George Oktoberfest & Fall Festival – October 11 – 13, 2013
• Gore Mountain Harvest Fest – October 12 – 13, 2013
• ADK Brewery Oktoberfest – October 19th, 2013
The fall foliage is at its peak during the month of October in Lake George! Make plans to stay at the Lake George Escape; with 178 acres of plush woods surrounded by the Adirondack Park and a range of accommodation options – it’s the perfect place to fall in love with fall in Lake George.