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Meet Safely with Your Group

You already share a common bond through your interests. Now we’re pleased to help your group make meaningful memories in the Southern Adirondacks you can share for a lifetime.

Our Lake George Regional Convention & Visitors Bureau is here to provide the information and assistance you need to start planning your club or group’s next adventure.

We can assist you in finding the perfect location for your crew to connect, learn and share your hobbies and interests.

We know how important these connections are to you, and we’re dedicated to finding safe solutions to get your group back together.

The LGRCVB is a division of the Lake George Regional Chamber & CVB, A 501©6 organization. The LGRCVB serves as the Destination Marketing Organization for the Lake George area including Warren County, NY. The LGRCVB works to book and assist groups looking to hold meetings, conventions, tournaments, reunions and other events as well as couples planning weddings.

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 We are dedicated to your health and safety.

Ask us about the Lake George Region/
Southern Adirondacks Health & Safety Pledge.

Click here for more information.


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The LGRCVB is pleased to provide your group with the following complimentary services:

Click here to visit our official Lake George Regional Convention & Visitors Bureau webpage.

Map for ATV/UTV Access during Februry in Lake George, N.Y.

ATV/UTVs are permitted in the areas indicated below on this map during the month of February only in Lake George.

We welcome ATV and UTV clubs! You'll find plenty of ways to enjoy the winter and then warm up after a ride in the Lake George area.

Click here for a printable PDF of the map.

Groups Meeting in the Lake George area

(Note: Some photos were taken prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.)