Bolton Landing on Lake George is a great place to relax in the summer. However, it’s not a summer vacation without some high-flying, deep-diving, adventure fun. Several activities around Bolton Landing can start your heart racing if you decide to stay off the beach for a day or two. If you’re searching for adventure, here are five activities to check out
The Fun Spot
There aren’t many better places for kids to have fun than at The Fun Spot. That’s because they have an almost endless list of awesome activities to take part in. During the warmer months, the Fun Spot’s go-kart track offers extreme turns and a multi-level course. Inside is a top-notch laser tag course that features 12 power chips and the newest technologies. Live like a ninja at the Ninja Challenge, an awesome obstacle course with nine different challenges.
Is there a better place for an adventure than “the Grand Canyon of the Adirondacks?” Ausable Chasm is a 15,000 year old chasm-turned-attraction that’s perfect for families who love to be outdoors. The day tour is a one-to-five mile walking excursion that brings adventurers to gorgeous views, crazy rock formations, and natural bridges. Families can also ride the mountain bike trails, tube down the chasm, or throw a few rounds of disc golf.
Adirondack Eagle Flyer Zipline
Do you have a need for speed? If so, make sure you check out the Adirondack Eagle Flyer Zipline during your Bolton Landing vacation. Harnessed-in flyers zoom down French Mountain, a drop of nearly one thousand feet, at speeds of up to 50 miles an hour. Four identical ziplines allow you to race your friends and family, turning the cruise down the mountain into a competition. This nearly one mile ride above the Adirondack treetops is an exhilarating experience that you can’t miss.
Natural Stone Bridge and Caves
Live the life of a caveman at Natural Stone Bridge & Caves. This 1,000-acre geological theme park is an absolute dream for kids who love science and nature. Explorers can take the unguided tour to discover the banks of Trout Brook, the darkness of Giant’s Slide, and the thundering sounds of Noisy Cave. After finishing the tour, guests to the park can mine for shiny gemstones, dig for dinosaur bones, and conquer the Caveman Challenge bouldering wall.
Explore the treetops at Adirondack Extreme Adventure Course. This obstacle course in the trees allows adventurers to explore over 1.5-miles of fun in the trees, conquering obstacles like the Tarzan Swing, the Leap of Faith, the Gladiator Nets, and the 7 Deadlies. Harnesses keep climbers completely safe, and there’s even a kid’s course for those too young for the other six courses.
Are you going on an adventure during your visit to Bolton Landing?