Set among the stunning Adirondack Mountains, scenic Lake George combines the best of nature, history, culture, and amusement. Whether you're after adrenaline-packed thrills, picturesque strolls, or something in between, Lake George has year-round entertainment covered. Featuring breathtaking scenery, top-class skiing, and relaxing boat cruises, plus historic sites, theme parks, and vibrant local culture, Lake George has something for every preference. And with a wide variety of properties to choose from, Lake George house rentals offer memorable stays for every season.
Lake George house rentals for spring
When the weather starts to turn and the flowers begin to bloom, Lake George springs to life. Board one of the daily cruises on the genuine steamboats paddling the waters and get scenic tours of the lake, nightly dinner cruises, and weekly fireworks displays. Dining options on dry land also abound, as many restaurants open their doors for the season in the springtime. The stands of the farmers' markets dotted around the town are filled to overflowing with the abundance of nature as well. If you want to prepare your own gourmet meal choose a Lake George house rental with an airy kitchen to make the most of your market haul. Don't want to leave your four-legged friend behind? Choose a pet-friendly property and bring your fur baby along.
Summer house rentals in Lake George
When the sun is scorching and the days are long, is there a better place to be than on the lake? Whether cooling off in the deep blue waters, or working on your tan on the beach, relaxation is the name of the game during the hotter months on Lake George. With the kids out of school and fun for the whole family in short supply back home, have no fear. Summer is the season of outdoor activity. The Great Escape amusement park and Splashwater Kingdom water park are only a short drive from the city. For more retro entertainment, there's the Magic Forest. For history buffs, Fort William Henry is nearby as well. With warm days and long nights, book a Lake George house rental with an outdoor pool or a boat dock for private aquatic amusement.
Cozy fall cottage rentals in Lake George
As the temperatures drop and the trees begin to turn, Lake George becomes a town of leaf-peepers, film and fright aficionados, and beer lovers. The bold colors of the fall foliage around the town rival anything New England has to offer. With a plethora of pleasant drives, wooded hikes, and dramatic mountaintop vistas, there are plenty of options for viewing the arboreal splendor around the area. Fall is also festival season inLake George. The Adirondack Balloon Festival takes flight in September, and October is the month of cinema and scares, with the annual Adirondack Film Festival and Fright Fest. With a number of craft breweries in the area, Lake George is a great place for a cold one year-round, but Oktoberfest provides the greatest variety. With shorter days and colder nights, be sure to book a rental house with a fireplace to warm yourself by.
Lake George house rentals for winter
If you don't mind a chill in the air, winter in Lake George is a wonderland. For connoisseurs of fine powder, Lake George is excellent for skiing and snowboarding. With two Adirondack Mountains ski resorts, Gore Mountain and West Mountain, a short drive away, a house rental in Lake George is a great base camp for your snow-centric activities. For cold weather activities at lower altitudes, there are plenty of trails for snowmobiling, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing. At the center of it all is the town's namesake lake. Once the water is frozen solid, ice skating and ice fishing are the sports of choice. After a long day out slaloming on the snow or pirouetting on the ice, what could be better than a dip in the hot tub of your Lake George house rental?