Celebrate the History of Steamboats in Lake George, NY
If you’ve ever visited Lake George in the Adirondacks in New York, you’ve likely walked down Beach Road from the bustling town of Lake George, o the pathway around this 32-mile lake that is the gem of the Adirondacks. As you look out towards the horizon, you’re actually seeing over 200 years of history – the double-decker steamboats that traverse the lake carry dozens of passengers for historical tours, private events, and dinner cruises, have been taking passengers across the lake since the 1800s. First
To celebrate the history of this Lake George institution, the Lake George Steamboat Company will be holding a special free concert featuring music for all ages at Pier 57 at Beach Road for the Rock the Dock Festival. The party goes from 4pm-10pm on August 25, 2017, and will also feature a variety of food trucks and one of the area’s breweries will be serving craft beer to of-age visitors. Celebrate the bicentennial of these beloved steamboats in style!