You don’t have to be a royal to meet with our Queen — Lake George, Queen of American Lakes.

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Meet, Stay, Play — Lake George

The Lake George Region offers one of the largest mixes of attractions and amenities in the world. The area is home to Lake George, “Queen of American Lakes,” and is the gateway to The Adirondack Mountains, which spans over six million acres in Northern New York – an area larger than the entire state of Vermont. The Adirondack Mountains have more than 2,000 miles of hiking trails, over 3,000 lakes and ponds, and 1,200 miles of rivers. Each year, guests from all over the world visit the Lake George Region for its abundance of family-friendly accommodations, outdoor activities, events, historic sites, and beaches, all of which offer breathtaking Adirondack Mountain views at every turn. We’re just a few hours north of New York City, one hour from Albany International Airport, and a convenient distance by automobile or train.

Whether it is planning a national convention, a church retreat, or a Retirement Party, the Lake George Regional CVB can help you with every detail, from start, to finish.

We have designed a “user-friendly” way to help you plan your event via the simple Request For Proposals form below. Your specific information will then be processed by our CVB and will save you from hours of having to contact each individual business by telephone for their information and pricing.

Click the image below to learn more about Festival Commons, a premier venue space within walking distance of Lake George Village.

 

Click the link below to visit our Lake George page on the

New York State Destination Marketing Organizations website.

Planning a Lake George Event

The Lake George Regional Chamber of Commerce and Convention & Visitors Bureau is a proud member of the following organizations:

 

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