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New York's Lake George Region

Our region has a history of healing.

With pure mountain air and one of the cleanest, clearest lakes in North America, we provide a destination for wellness, rejuvenation, and much-needed spiritual healing.

We’ve always been dedicated to cleanliness and safety.

Now more than ever our local accommodations, restaurants, retailers and attractions have put safety at the top of their checklists, following procedures in accordance with the CDC, New York State and regional guidance.

We are entering a new reality that we have the power to shape. The world has changed. So have we. We’ve become stronger, more resilient and more innovative. We all play a part in keeping our world safe now.

That's why nearly 200 businesses have voluntarily taken the Lake George Region/ Southern Adirondacks Health & Safety Pledge to show their commitment to keeping their customers, employees and our community safe.

While things may look a little different, the natural beauty of the Lake George region is still the same.

Come cure your cabin fever with us.    


Please note all events in the area are pending guidance from New York State. 

Masks are now required to be worn in all indoor public places unless businesses or venues implement a vaccine requirement. As noted on the Frequently Asked Questions webpage, an indoor public place is defined as any indoor space that is not a private residence -- businesses and venues New Yorkers frequent that are publicly owned or owned by private business. These entities include indoor entertainment venues, concert halls, indoor sports stadiums, recreational spaces, restaurants, office buildings, shopping centers, grocery stores, pharmacies, houses of worship and common areas in residential buildings. Posters encouraging people to wear masks and get vaccinated are available for businesses to use here and here.

In the Lake George Village Information Center at the corner of Beach Road and Canada Street, all who enter are required to wear a face covering as per the Village of Lake George/ Government Building policy as they are not checking vaccination status.

At our Main Office, located at 2176 Route 9 in Lake George, all guests are required to wear a mask or face covering. All guests are required to sign in. We are continuing the sanitization protocols we implemeted earlier in the pandemic.

Our staff is working partially in the office and remotely at this time. Call (518) 668-5755 to reach our receptionist Monday — Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Click here to reach our staff by email.

2020-21 Community and Business Directory!

                                            

The Lake George Region is an amazing place to live and work. If you're thinking of moving here or opening a business in the region, click the image below to view our new Community & Business Directory with helpful facts and information to assist you.

If you'd like a printed copy, click here to fill out a form to complete your request or call (518) 668-5755.

 

Posted: 1/19/2022 - 3-Minute Read

Lake George Women in Business returns to virtual meetings

January Speaker talks about community support and pivoting during pandemic

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Posted: 1/17/2022 - 2-minute Read

Ice Bars Return to Lake George Region

There’s no cooler lounge scene than an Ice Bar! Yes, we mean that literally. In the Lake George region — an ice bar hot spot — we have no shortage of chill places for you to enjoy a hot toddy or two.

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Posted: 12/14/2021

Christmas and New Year's Meals

If you'd rather not cook this holiday season, here are some options for a special meal at some of our member locations: 10 McGillis Public House: Closed...

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Posted: 12/14/2021 - 5-Minute Read

Holiday Specials in the Lake George Region

Show your support for the small business community this holiday season and buy local. While we celebrate Small Business Saturday annually on the Saturday after Thanksgiving...

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