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Price and Availability Index in Lake George
Vacation Rental Price Information in Lake George
The price graph will give you the nightly price average for the upcoming months of the year. Prices reach their highest point in July, where prices are an average of $431 a night (7/20 - 7/27). In April (4/27 - 5/4), prices will hit an average low of $354 per night.
Rental Availability Information in Lake George
Have a look at the above graph to see the global availability of vacation rentals in Lake George. More people travel to Lake George a week in August (8/3 - 8/10). So far, 70% of the rentals are occupied this week. More accommodations are available in a week of September (9/21 - 9/28) as the booking rate is only 14%.
The Weather in Lake George
Check out the climate diagram for Lake George. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 82°. However, temperatures can go lower than 8° in Lake George in February. The rainiest month is December while the driest month is August.
Lake George Cabin Rentals: Take in one of New York's most picturesque lakes
Not far from one of the world's most famous metropolises, Lake George is a calming contrast to New York City. Peaceful shores with sandy beaches are complemented by magnificent mountain ranges, while lakeview cabins, waterfront houses and tree-enclosed hideaways offer travelers the ideal vacation base.
Activities for kids
Magic Forest is a great amusement park for younger kids, with an array of fun themed rides. Set amidst dense woodland, it's a true wonderland that young adventurers will love exploring.
Six Flags is a theme park for the whole family, with exhilarating roller coasters for older children and teenagers, more gentle rides for the little ones, and a wide choice of places to eat and pick up souvenirs. Children will also love the live shows that happen throughout the day, led by a friendly cast of costumed characters. After a busy day full of fun, you'll be happy to unwind back at your comfortable cabin rental.
Beyond Lake George
When staying at a Lake George cabin, you're just thirty minutes from Saratoga Springs. This vibrant city has been a popular travel destination for over two hundred years. Attend a performance at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center, the summer home of both the Philadelphia Orchestra and New York Ballet. The city's also a hotspot for museums, including the National Museum of Dance and the Saratoga Automobile Museum.
Fifteen minutes away from Lake George, you'll find Old Forge, a base camp of the Adirondack Mountains. From here, you can trek up to refreshing alpine heights, or visit one of the many local attractions, including the Scenic Railroad, Adirondack Museum and Water Safari.
Adirondack Extreme Adventure Course
Climb, zip line and swing through the treetops at this thrilling adventure playground suitable for kids and adults alike. The challenges get harder and higher as you progress on your adventure through the canopy.
This traditional winery has a modern twist, hosting a range of events to tantalize your taste buds, including wine and chocolate pairing weekends, wine and cheese tasting, and wine cocktail classes.
Veteran's Memorial Park Beach
This beautiful beach is named after the Veteran's Memorial Park, where you can wander through the fragrant formal garden dedicated to veterans. On the beach, enjoy games of volleyball, picnic on the sand and take a dip in the waters of Lake George.
The World Awareness Children's Museum
This interactive, hands-on museum is specially designed for children and offers a year-round multicultural program, group tours that let the little ones learn through play, and art workshops that help them express themselves.
Meaning "place between two waters" in the Native American Iroquois language, Ticonderoga sits between Lake George and Lake Champlain. The fort saw four battles and sieges within twenty years but today is a place where visitors can learn about the history of the fort through re-enactments, events and fun hands-on activities.
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