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Spring in the Lake George Region

Spring is officially here in the Lake George region! The ice and snow are melting as the temperatures are warming up. You’ll find something for everyone with fun options that allow you to stay socially distant while making memories that last a lifetime.

Browse year-round lodging ranging from luxury to rustic. Indoor pools are open with safety protocols in place so you can still enjoy a swim.

Make reservations for a special dinner in your own private igloo. The nights are still chilly so enjoy a cozy meal inside by a fireplace at one of the local restaurants or pick up some tasty takeout to enjoy on your own.

There's also plenty of indoor fun! Head to a bowling alley, make candles, go craft beverage tasting or visit a museum. 

Warm up with some shopping in a local boutique or artisan’s shop — or at the Lake George Outlets where you can score some really great deals this time of year.

Keep in mind that even if you have been vaccinated against COVID-19, face coverings remain mandatory when indoors or when you're unable to keep 6 feet of distance from other people who are not in your party. 

Domestic travelers were no longer required to quarantine after entering New York from another U.S. State or U.S. Territory starting April 1st. While no longer required, the NYS Department of Health still recommends quarantine after domestic travel as an added precaution. Mandatory quarantine remains in effect for international travelers. All travelers must continue to fill out the Traveler Health Form. Individuals should continue strict adherence to all safety guidelines to stop the spread — wearing masks, socially distancing and avoiding gatherings.

Please click here for the latest travel advisory.

Maple Season!

Looking to sweeten your visit to the region? Click here to check out this driving agritour from the staff at the Adirondacks Welcome Center to plan your maple road trip!

The weather has been perfect for maple season this year. Warm days and cold nights have keep the sap flowing!


indoor pool at fairfield in queensbury ny

Our lodging is open and ready to provide your perfect cozy winter getaway. You can find cabins, private rentals, hotels and resorts open year round in the Lake George region. Six Flags Great Escape Lodge's indoor water park just opened its full White Water Bay Indoor Waterpark on March 26, 2021. 

Looking for a list of lodging open year-round? Click here! You can also use that page to search for amenities such as indoor pools.


igloo dining at inn at erlowest outside lake george ny

Restaurants are open for indoor dining at 75% capacity and many are still offering warm and cozy outdoor options with heated patios and private igloos at places such as the Queensbury Hotel and the Inn at Erlowest. Not comfortable dining out? No problem. Many restaurants are continuing to offer takeout, curbside pickup and delivery.

Scroll down for a map below that shows all of the dining options open. You can use this map to find lodging, dining, shopping and things to do.

Things To Do

Spring Skiing

Both Gore Mountain and West Mountain are open! 


The Adirondack Mountain Club and Lake George Land Conservancy are great resources if you're looking to go for a spring hike. Beware of muddy or slippery conditions. You can also take a guided winter hike with Hike with Jackson! Click here for more information.


Lake George is home to rich history, including major military milestones. Museums and historic sites are able to open at limited capacity!

Click here for our list of museums open year round. (Note: Due to COVID-19 some may not be open. Please call ahead.)

Click here to view a printable version of the self-guided Colonial Wars Walking Tour.

Click here for the Warren County History and Culture Map! 


There are still fun events happening this spring. Click here to head over to our events page to get the latest.

Spring Map — What's Open?

Click the button that looks like this   on the map below to view the list of what is open. Click on the name of a business to see where it is located on the map. 

Spring Hiking/ Biking

Use the Warren County Recreation Mapper below below to plan an outdoor adventure in the area. 

Please consider discovering new trails to prevent overcrowding.