Local Attractions

Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce

Located in the southern Adirondacks, Warrensburg is surrounded by the foothills of one of the oldest mountain ranges in the country. Much of this heavily forested terrain is state-owned, and available for hiking, backpacking, Cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. Marked trails and guidebooks enable people of all ages and experience to enjoy this national treasure. Lakes and rivers offer canoers and rafters everything from placid waters to class V rapids (in season). Echo Lake on the edge of the hamlet offers a recently renovated public sand beach. Tennis courts and ball fields are open to the public. Numerous golf courses will satisfy the needs of any golfer, and offer unmatched scenery to make a memorable game, no matter where the ball lies.
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Warrensburg Travel Park

Warrensburg Travel Park & Riverfront Campground: 136 Schroon River Roa,  Warrensburg, NY 12885
518-623-9833 ask for Karl - See more at:

Medcalf Acres Riverfront Campground

Medcalf Acres Riverfront Campground: 231 River Road,  Schroon Lake, NY 12870
518-461-1730. See more at:

Interested in heading to Lake George to enjoy some camping for your next vacation? Visit https://lakegeorgecampground.com

Welcome again and again! The year-round beauty of our mountains and lakes beckons travelers to come and stay a while. How could anyone resist? With events, shopping, recreation, dining, fabulous accommodations and quaint towns to explore, no wonder the Lake George Area is a favorite anytime of the year destination!

Warren County Tourism

Welcome again and again! The year-round beauty of our mountains and lakes beckons travelers to come and stay a while. How could anyone resist? With events, shopping, recreation, dining, fabulous accommodations and quaint towns to explore, no wonder the Lake George Area is a favorite anytime of the year destination!

Wild Waters Outdoor Center
1123 Rte 28
Warrensburg, New York, 12885
Phone: (518) 494 4984
Toll Free: (800) 867 2335

The white water rafting experts at Wild Waters Outdoor Center have shared the thrill and excitement of whitewater rafting and Adirondack kayaking with thousands of our guests!
White water rafting is the perfect solution!
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Warrensburg Museum of Local History
Now on view: Warrensburgh Bicentennial 200 Years of Progress Narrative, photos and artifacts.
Warrensburgh's Bicentennial - a celebration of Warrensburg's first 200 years - the people who started the town and those who made it the wonderful and unique place to live and work during the past two centuries. The exhibit will include many photographs and documents pertaining the people, places and events that contributed to its fascinating history.


Lake George - Gateway to the Adirondacks

The County of Warren, located in upstate New York, includes the magnificent Lake George Area, in addition to the cultural hub of the City of Glens Falls and the hometown flair of surrounding Southern Adirondack towns and villages. With more than 20 beautiful lakes, countless outdoor activities and dozens of exciting attractions, the Lake George Area offers the perfect opportunity for couples, families and group road-trippers to experience everything from outdoor adventure to peaceful solitude in the Southern Adirondack Mountains.

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Featured Attractions in Lake George, New York

An Adirondack treasure, a fun-filled vacation spot... Lake George is the place to go when you want to do it all.

The village of Lake George offers the largest mix of attractions, restaurants, shops and nightlife. You can walk within a two-block radius and rent a boat, watch a war reenactment, relax on the beach, take a cruise, play miniature golf, parasail, hit the arcades, ride in a horse drawn carriage, have a cocktail overlooking the lake, or just relax on a bench and watch the world go by. The variety of sounds, images, and tastes are as varied as the people who flock to Lake George each year to enjoy a relaxed and fun-filled vacation.

Lake George Steamboat Company
Beach Road, PO Box 551, Lake George, NY 12845
Phone: 518-668-5777

Great Escape & Splashwater Kingdom
The Great Escape & Splashwater Kingdom has over 135 rides, shows & attractions, including a full outdoor water park. Featuring thrilling rides like The Comet and Sasquatch along with Looney Tunes National Park and Wiggles World - there is something for everyone! Park hours vary, please call 518-792-3500 or visit sixflags.com for more information.

Fort Ticonderoga
18th Century Fort on located on the shore of Lake Champlain, French & Indian War site and site of Ethan Allen's 1st Victory of the American Revolution. Museums, galleries and demos daily. Fife and Drum Corps in July & August. Restored King's Garden inside brick walls. Store & Restaurant. May 20-October 20, 9:30 AM-5:00 PM. Beautiful drive from Lake George.

Natural Stone Bridge & Caves Park
Just 23 miles north of Lake George, hike our self-guided tour & explore the LARGEST cave entrance in the east, waterfalls, gorge, caves & much more. Guided adventure tours, gemstone mining, frisbee golf, climbling walls, Dino Digs, Crystal Quest & Gold Rush mines, picnic & playgrounds and an extensive rock shop. Snowshoeing in winter.

Adventure Family Fun Center
Fun for all!! Just south of Great Escape (Year-round). Adventure Racing offers Star Wars Laser Tag, Indoor-Outdoor Go-Kart Track, Bumper Cars, Arcade Games galore, Paintball & more. Group rates available - Buses & tours welcome - Birthday Parties

Lake George Fishing Charters
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Trophy Lake Trout, Salmon & Bass fishing with the areas Top Guides and modern equipment. Relax and enjoy panoramic Lake George views and catching the Trophy fish she produces. Half day, full day and evening charters available. All bait and tackle provided. Over 20 years guiding satisfied customers. Spring, Summer & Fall Charters available.

Saratoga & North Creek Railway
The Saratoga & North Creek Railway was started in July of 2011 as a passenger service between Saratoga Springs and North Creek with 7 station stops in between. Previous operators, the Upper Hudson Railroad, operated scenic train rides from North Creek. The start of the Saratoga & North Creek Railway extended the service to Saratoga Springs enabling a connection with the National Rail Network.

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Tupper Lake Attractions

Explore Nature's Wonders and Experience the Scenic Beauty of the Ten Rivers Region and Tupper Lake Tupper Lake is not only the "Crossroads" of the Adirondacks, but is the basecamp and "Eco-Center" of the Adirondacks with the building of the Wild Center (Natural History Museum of the Adirondacks). For untold thousands of acres and pristine natural beauty of lakes, mountain forests and streams visit Tupper Lake and explore.

Blue Mountain Lake

Blue Mountain Lake, whose sheer beauty is overwhelming, is one of the crown jewels of the Adirondacks. The scenery that you pass while driving there is spectacular. Its world-famous Adirondack Museum (called "the best of its kind in the world" by the New York Times) takes you back in time with dramatic exhibits that feature every aspect of Adirondack life, from mining and logging to railroads and recreation. Enjoy the classic, rustic ambience while staying at a Blue Mountain hotel or lodge. Explore the arts, shops, and Blue Mountain restaurants that surround the beautiful area. Or, relax on a guided boat tour of the lake.

Lake Placid

Nestled within the Adirondack Park's six million acres of natural beauty, Lake Placid is paradise for the outdoor enthusiast, the adventurous heart and the romantic soul. Offering endless opportunities, attractions, shopping, dining, and family activities,

Whatever you decide to do, you'll find the atmosphere here is liberating... because Lake Placid is more than pristine waters and majestic Adirondack Mountains. It's a real community filled with passionate people who are united by shared interests, a common perspective and immense enthusiasm for the beautiful area they inhabit.

You'll find the mood is infectious and your stay in Lake Placid will be invigorating. Relax and embrace it. Welcome to the Adirondacks.