Million Dollar Beach is the most well-known beach in Lake George, offering lifeguards, showers, picnic areas, and lots of room to swim. It also features the only full-time public boat launch in the southern basin with parking for 200 cars.
Million Dollar Beach is the largest and most popular in Lake George. It is state-run, clean, and family-friendly.
The beach features picnicking, swimming, a volleyball court, showers and changing rooms, and lifeguards on duty. The beach also has a public boat launch which includes a boat inspection and boat wash station, to prevent the spread of invasive species.
From May 27 through Labor Day, the public will have access to the beach from 8:00am-8:00pm daily to relax, picnic, and hang out on the sand. You may not enter the water if lifeguards are not on duty.
Swimming will be allowed on Saturdays and Sundays from 10:00am-6:00pm from May 27 through June 11 when lifeguards are on duty. From June 16 through Labor Day, swimming will be permitted daily from 9:00am-7:00pm when lifeguards are on duty.
Use of the beach is free, and there is a $10 vehicle parking fee.
Rules of the Beach:
- Swimming is prohibited unless lifeguards are on duty
- Swimming is allowed in designated areas only
- Swimming is prohibited at the approach and during thunderstorms
- No glass
- No alcohol
- No smoking
- No pets