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5 Ideas for Frightful Fun in the Lake George Region

Posted: 10/28/2020 - 2-minute Read

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5 Ideas for Frightful Fun in the Lake George Region

Treat yourself this Halloween and celebrate with us in the Lake George region!

This is no trick — yes, there are Halloween events planned that allow for some socially-distanced scary-good times. 

Get your costume ready and prepare for a spooktacular Southern Adirondacks Halloween.

Fort William Henry Ghost Tours

With hundreds of years of history, there are bound to be some ghost stories.  Join Fort William Henry for a tour of ghostly places. Hear the stories that have been handed down over the years, as well as the personal experiences of those leading the tour.

The tour size is limited so reservations by phone are required unless booked on-line- Call (518) 964-6649.

Click here for more information.

Other Worlds Energy Lab at Fort William Henry

In addition to ghost tours, this Halloween you may have the chance to speak directly with the spirits at the site of Fort William Henry in Lake George, New York!

O.W.E.L. Other Worlds Energy Lab is a new high-tech solution for communicating with the other side.

This event is a LIVE interactive broadcast that will allow you to speak directly to the Spirits of Historic Fort William Henry.

Click here for more information.

Halloween Cruises

Shoreline Cruises and Lake George Steamboat Company are both offering Halloween cruises! Get your costumes ready and purchase tickets ahead of time. Both cruise companies are taking strict precautions against COVID-19 so you can feel safe while you enjoy the fall foliage from the lake.

Click here to learn more about Shoreline’s BOOOze Cruizze

Click here to learn more about the Lake George Steamboat Company’s Halloween Cruise.

Trunk or Treat

Get ready to feed your sweet tooth at Roaring Brook Ranch’s first ever Trunk or Treat!

There will be a Trunk or Treat with candy, a pumpkin patch and much more!

Click here for more information.

Check out some scary-good decorations

Hop in the car and take a drive around Glens Falls following the Glens Falls Collaborative’s Halloween House map.

The Glens Falls Collaborate has put together a map of houses and businesses that are festively decorated for Halloween! You can even vote for your favorite as long as you vote by October 30. Winners will be announced on Halloween.

Check out their interactive map or print the map from their website to plan your route.

While you’re out, search for the ghosts in Glens Falls and take a photo of all of them for a chance to win a prize!

Click here to learn more information.

Bonus Ideas!

House of Frankenstein

It’s Halloween, so you’ve got to visit the House of Frankenstein!

You’ll find an immersive scary experience introducing you to many monsters in addition to Victor Frankenstein’s famous one.

Hours:

Friday, Oct. 30 —Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 31 — Open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 1 — Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The House of Frankenstein is open the following weekend as well Nov. 7-8 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Click here for more information.

Historic Tours and Cemeteries

The fall is a great time to tour some of the area's historical markers and cemeteries.

Who knows? Maybe you'll uncover some haunted history while you're exploring.

Click here for an interactive map.


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