Meet, Stay & Play In Lake George!
The Lake George Regional Convention and Visitors Bureau as well as its partners have been working hard to finish our brand new digital Meeting, Convention and Sports Guide. Our new guide highlights the best amenities our region has to offer from hospitality, museums, unique venues, sports, dining and meeting spaces. Whether you are looking to plan your next business meeting, sporting event, convention or just a family reunion, our new digital Meeting, Convention and Sports Guide is sure to make your planning process easy. Even if you are from nearby, there could be something for you to discover. The Lake George Area has a lot to offer, and we want you to discover all of its potential.
View our Meeting, Convention, and Sports Guide here: https://lake-george-area.dcatalog.com/v/Lake-George-Area/?page=1
Find A Nice Place To Stay
With over 6,600 guest rooms available, you have the option to choose from a number of great hotels and resorts that best fit your needs. Many hotels and resorts in the area have ample meeting space for any sized group. To just name a few, The Fort William Henry Resort offers 17,408 square feet of meeting space alone across 13 different meeting rooms. The Georgian Resort and Conference Center offers 9,306 with 7 meeting rooms. The Inn At Erlowest, a historical estate, offers 5,000 square feet of meeting space and is dedicated to hosting one event per day to remain flexible to your needs. Check out the guide to find the best destination for your next event.
The Perfect Getaway
If you are looking to relax at your next meeting or event, our guide will help you find what you are seeking. There are plenty of activities in the Lake George Area. With 9 golf courses, the Lake George area is one of the most beautiful places to golf in the country. Take a walk down mainstreet and find all the unique shops in Lake George Village, or find a local spa and relax. The Lake George Area is also home to a large selection of craft breweries, distilleries, and wineries. You can taste a little bit of everything on The Adirondack Craft Beverage Trail and tour some of the facilities, go behind the scenes and taste the craft beverages for yourself. Bus tours are also available so you don't have to worry about driving and many venues change flavors with the season so there is also something new to try regardless of the time of year. Discover the trail and all the other unique destinations in our digital guide.
Get More Play Time
With 32 miles of lake and 200 miles of trails, The Lake George Area in the beautiful Adirondack Park is the perfect destination to make your playground. The possibilities are truly endless from swimming, kayaking, biking, skiing, rock-climbing. Natural Attractions complement our venues for sports like field hockey, soccer, lacrosse, baseball or softball, volleyball and golf there is a destination for you, recreationally or competitively. Our guide is sure to point you in the right direction whether you are looking for dedicated parks for your sporting event, competitions or indoor facilities.
Planning Made Easy
Regardless if you are planning a business trip, a special getaway or a professional sporting event, don't get consumed in countless hours of research trying to find every piece of the puzzle. Let our digital Meeting, Convention and Sports Guide work for you and set you in the direction you need to plan your next meeting, convention or sporting event. Lake George has a lot to offer, a little bit for everyone. So check out our guide and start planning today.
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