Lake George AreaLake George, N.Y. - Campers unite! The Lake George Area in New York's Adirondacks offers everything from forested tent sites to full service RV parks; Lake George Island sites to luxury back-woods "glamping." The hard part will be choosing which type of outdoor vacation to experience this summer.

Campgrounds operated by New York State offer private wooded sites and just enough basic outdoor amenities to ensure a comfortable and tranquil camping experience.

Six parks are located in a variety of settings on Lake George, Schroon Lake and Fourth Lake. There is even one park on the outskirts of Lake George Village for close proximity to family fun!

Accessible only by boat, island camping on Lake George is a truly unique vacation getaway. 44 state-owned islands play host to 387 shoreline campsites. All sites have a dock, fireplace and picnic table, and many with tent platforms. Campers can peruse the island site map, make a selection and book a reservation at Reserve This same reservation site can be used for all public campgrounds.
Full service, privately owned campgrounds offer RV hook-ups, planned activities for the kids, pools and a camp store; affording most of the comforts of home in an outdoor setting. Combine this with s'mores around fire for a great way to end a busy day!

If roughing it is not what you had in mind, glamorous camping - or "glamping" at an all-inclusive outdoor retreat will change your mind about the great outdoors. Imagine custom canvas tents on raised platforms, Adirondack-inspired furnishings, plush, down comforters, gourmet meals and star-gazing by the fire.

Enter for a chance to win an RV getaway to the Lake George Area. Two lucky winners will receive a two-night stay for up to four people at two of the Lake George Area's premier RV Parks. What are you waiting for? Enter now!

Four great seasons ~ one outstanding destination!

The Lake George Area is an easy-to-reach, affordable, year round vacation destination for the whole family. For free information on lodging, camping, eateries, outdoor recreation, events and things to do, call 800-365-1050 X5100 or

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Joanne Conley
Warren County Tourism Department