Lake George Island Camping

Did you know that the gateway to the Islands of Lake George is through beautiful Bolton Landing, just outside the village of Lake George?

The Lake George islands are well forested and private, providing a rustic getaway for a day, an overnight or a week. Visitors can pitch a tent for the night, take a dip in the cool, clear waters of Lake George, or relax and picnic with friends and loved ones among the pines. Watch a spectacular sunset as evening settles in around you.

There are 387 shoreline campsites and 116 day use or picnic sites located on 44 state owned islands. Campers have the choice of staying on a larger island including over 90 sites, or a smaller private island with only one or two sites.  All sites have a dock for at least one boat, a fireplace, a picnic table and toilet facilities.

You must rent or bring a boat or hire a water taxi, (there are several marinas in Bolton Landing, for more info click on Services). Most provisions are available for sale in Bolton Landing including ice, water, food, gas, and firewood.

Reservations are a must – visit www.ReserveAmerica.com www.dec-campground.com as soon as you know your available dates to reserve an Island on Lake George. Experience the peace and tranquility of the Lake George Islands – the perfect getaway for anyone with a love for boating and camping.

For additional information –  contact the Bolton Landing Chamber of Commerce 518-644-3831.

For Reservations – Contact www.ReserveAmerica.com