Embark On Your Next Adventure at Lake George Escape!

After spending the winter months bathed in warmth, make an adventure out of your journey home. The Northeast region of the United States, specifically New York State and New England, boast incredible natural beauty, scenic tours, unusual experiences, and mouthwatering local cuisine.

Lake George Escape
With Lake George Escape as your home base, you can get out and explore all that New York State has to offer. You’ll find it between Albany, New York, and the US/Canada border in the beautiful Adirondacks. Come and relax in this 178-acre resort with two beautiful heated pools, tennis courts, and a playground. Each site has a picnic table and a fire pit. You’ll be surrounded by plush woods, meadows, and easy access to the Schroon River. Further out is the six million acre Adirondack Park. In the warmer months you can fish, swim, and tube on the river. The park has canoes and kayaks for rent so you can spend your days exploring the river. Should you have family who wants to visit, or if you’ve left your RV down south, not to worry. Lake George offers tenting and cozy cabins for rent.

Nearby Attractions

When you do decide to leave this natural paradise it’s an easy connect to I-87. Nearby attractions include the Lake George Village, Six Flags, Saratoga Springs, and more. Lake George Village has shopping, live music, spas, salons, as well as theatres and museums.

Saratoga Springs is a short drive from the RV Park. There’s great dining, shopping, golf, arts and entertainment. Hungry? You won’t be bored with the dining options here. Choose from a French, Irish, Italian, Mexican, Spanish, Indian, Asian, and American Fare.

Six Flags – Great Escape, opens in mid-May and offers you the chance to ride a Canadian and American treasure: The Comet. It was originally built in 1948 at Crystal Beach in Ontario. It was preserved after the park closed and Great Escapes Six Flags moved it to Lake George in 1994.

Incredible visual experiences abound when you explore the area by ground, water, and air. Climb aboard a passenger rail train at Saratoga North Creek Railway and experience breathtaking views of the Adirondack Mountains. You’ll ride in comfort along the Hudson River, through friendly towns and stunning scenery.

For an expansive aerial view of the state, step into the basket of a hot air balloon. Imagine soaring with the birds above cities, mountains, and lakes. Speaking of lakes, there are several boat tours available, including the exciting opportunity to ride one of the last remaining steam paddle wheelers in America. Or, for something a bit more unusual, visit a wax museum or give yourself a good fright at a haunted house.

No matter where your adventures take you, stay at Lake George Escape for a memorable vacation experience.