Get off the shore
Your resource guide to the
ultimate Lake George Vacation!
Lake George is 32 miles long, 3 miles wide at its widest point, with a maximum depth of 195 feet.Boating on Lake George gives you access to swimming, watersports, fishing, camping, hiking, picnicking, cliff jumping, dining, or just sitting back and taking in the beauty of Lake George. There is so much to do while on the water. We've listed a few key items you should know about when you are boating on Lake George.
Dining on Lake George
The following restaurants have dock slips available (first come first serve) for dining by boat.
- The Algonquin 4770 Lake Shore Dr, Bolton Landing, NY (518) 644-9442
- Stone Manor Restaurant at Blue Water Manor 4436 Lake Shore Dr. Lake George, NY (518) 644-2535
- The Boathouse Restaurant 3210 Lake Shore Dr, Lake George, NY (800) 853-1632
Public Docking Addresses
Lake George Village Public Docks - (Beach Road Lake George, NY 12845, 518-668-5771) Visitors can arrive by boat to enjoy all the Lake George Village’s amenities. Four 90 ft. docks along the Walkway in the southern most basin of the lake will accommodate boats of all sizes. 8AM-Midnight. Metered Parking fee.
Rogers Memorial Park ~ (4928 Lakeshore Drive Bolton Landing, NY 12814, 518-644-2985) Beach, picnic area, basketball court, tennis courts, pier, restrooms, public docks no fee. ~ NO PETS
Veterans Memorial Park ~ (5034 Lakeshore Drive Bolton Landing, NY 12814, 518-644-3734) Beach, picnic area, basketball court, playground, restrooms, seasonal kayak launch, and public docks no fee. ~ NO PETS
Camping on Lake George
Campground Phone (Glen Island): (518) 644-9696
Campground Phone (Long Island): (518) 656-9426
Campground Phone (Narrow Island): (518) 499-1288
Visit New York State Parks for more information.