Nestled amongst the Adirondacks and Lake George, the Hiland is set amongst one of the most gorgeous landscapes imaginable. With tons to do just minutes away, visit Lake George for the day and take in one of the most pristine lakes in the northeast or how about a hike in the adirondacks? Feeling hungry or the urge for shopping, less than five miles away are Lake George Outlets with dozens of restaurants on the boardwalk. Also just minutes from the Hiland is the city of Glens Falls - "America's Hometown for the 21st Century."
A B O U T L A K E G E O R G E
Whether you ideal vacation is sitting on top of a mountain contemplating the meaning of life; shooting rapids on a raging river; cast-ing a line into a mountain stream or off a charter boat; filling every hour with fun stuff for the kids; pampering yourself at a luxurious spa or visit- ing a museum; floating on a clean crystal clear lake; shopping great little boutique shops and outlets, or just taking a hike–we have it all and
more–all within minutes of each other!
The majority of our accommodations are located around and near Lake George, however there are wonderful B&B’s, lodges and resorts on our smaller lakes and within our villages. They keep you close to all the Lake George attractions, while enjoying local atmosphere and hospitality.
Towns like North Creek, Lake Luzerne, Chestertown and Thurman are perfect for kicking back and “smelling the pine trees.” Lovely Victorian and Rustic-style lodgings offer all the comforts you need for chillin’ out. Many folks prefer to stay in the smaller towns and have the opportunity to discover little shops, eateries, local lore and natural wonders located on our back roads.
A B O U T T H E A D I R O N D A C K S
Wild and civilized by turns, the Adirondacks are an immense blue and green space in which to relax, play and plot an adventure. This region in Northern New York contains 3,000 ponds and lakes, 2,000 miles of hiking trails, more four-star resorts than any other destination in the state, nearly 100 campgrounds and, of course, the Adirondack Mountains.
The Adirondack Mountains of New York are a haven for
outdoor (and indoor!) recreation of all kinds. Hike the nation's largest hiking trail system, with destinations ranging from mountain summits to isolated waterfalls to forest glades. Canoe, kayak, swim and fish our 3,000 ponds and lakes and 1,500 miles of rivers. Pamper yourself at top-ranked resorts and spas or camp with your family at dozens of campgrounds. Visit museums and French and Indian War-era forts. The
word vacation was invented in the Adirondacks!