Whether you enjoy figure skating or ice hockey, find some of the best places to skate in Lake George NY this winter.
Sacandaga & Hudson River Whitewater Rafting & Tubing Adventures, stand up paddleboarding
Are you looking for the perfect Sacandaga or Hudson River whitewater rafting or tubing adventure? Lake George and the Adirondacks is the place to go for water adventures. Begin your search now! Whether you are looking for Stand Up Paddlebaording, Kayaking, Tubing, Rafting or boat rentals, we have it all in the Lake George Region
Watch our lazy river tubing video and see what fun simply floating down the Hudson River can be. It's family friendly and a great way to relax !
Tubby Tubes is the original and #1 lazy river tubing, rafting & downhill t company in the area. Little kids and "big kids" love Tubby Tubes! Friendly, experienced guides and staff. Celebrating 12 years! Be a "Tubby Tuber"! 5 minutes from Lake George.
Looking for a great way to beat the heat? Guided lazy river tubing, rafting and kayaking trips for all ages. The calm, pristine water offers a perfect float trip for families, with water levels ranging from 2-4 ft. The perfect family adventure!
With over 20 years of guide experience, your guides, Jamie and Cody Frasier live, work and thrive in the Adirondacks great outdoors. We enjoy sharing our knowledge and experiences with our guided hunting, fishing, canoe and kayak tours.
Paddling, Tubing, Kayaking, Rafting and Boating excursions along the River just outside Lake George in Lake Luzerne, NY. Go for an adventure this summer on the hottest new water play toy to grace the river sun-the triple fin Trac-yak paddler.
Run the wild and spectacular Hudson River Gorge with the experts at Adirondac Rafting Co. Our focus is on you having a fun and safe day on the whitewater. We provide friendly professional river guides, all gear necessary and a riverside lunch
Explore the great outdoors! Use our easy to follow trail guides for hiking, biking and kayaking in the Lake George and Saratoga Regions. The series is known as the "Common Man" series because the average man or woman can actually do these trails.