"Bolton Landing, an unpretentious town with classic Adirondack-style motels, family-owned gear shops and pubs that serve good grub. Bolton also offers the most scenic vistas of Lake George, where the mountains, forested islands and quiet blue waters form a Switzerland-like tableau."
New York Times, April 2010
Bolton Landing is a family friendly community located on beautiful Lake George, and just moments from Lake George Village. Children thrive in the warm days and clear cool nights of this Adirondack resort community enjoying lazy days of water play and picnics. You will too!
Contact the Chamber
4928 Lakeshore Drive
P.O. Box 368
Bolton Landing, New York 12814
Office now located at Norowal Marina in Bolton
Glen Island - (518) 644-9696
Long Island - (518) 656-9426
Narrow Island - (518) 499-1288
Regional Office: (518) 623-1200
Camping Fee: $25
Make a reservation ahead for any island with Reserve America.com or go to the island and see if any sites are available. Reservations are highly recommended. Sites are very desirable and book well in advance.
Campers: You can now register for your camping reservation at the Norowal Marina. The marina is located in Bolton Landing and is operated by the Town of Bolton. Hours of operation of the DEC office are Thursday through Monday, 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and closed Tuesday and Wednesday.
Located on the "Queen" of American Lakes, Lake George, the Lake George Islands offers a unique experience to campers. Lake George Islands campsites are accessible by boat only and are spread out over much of the lake. They are divided into three groups, Glen, Long and Narrow.
Each group has its own headquarters to make site registration as convenient as possible if you do not
have reservations. After choosing the area you want to camp in, you need to go to a private marina to park and launch. A fee is usually charged for both. Fishing, hiking, bird watching, boating and sailing are included in the many activities campers enjoy. Please note that dogs are prohibited on any of the islands, docks and on vessels moored at docks.
Hours of Operation: Glen Island, Long Island and Narrow Island all open in mid-May and remain open through the Fall foliage season, closing on Columbus Day.
For more information on this unique experience, go to the official DEC website for all your camping information:
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has provided a link to their Lake George Islands web page: http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/24474.html