Winter is a Great Time to Visit Lake George!

Discover all there is to love about Lake George in the winter. The cold brings snow -- and lots of it -- so get out there with your snowmobile, skis, skates, and sleds and have a blast! There's fun in Lake George year round, and here you'll find plenty of winter activity ideas to make the most of the season!


The annual Winter Carnival is held during the four weekends of February. This family-friendly event is free to attend!

Ice bars are a hot trend! Lake George and the ADKs feature a number of these unique attractions for a limited time each winter.

Lake George is close to several resorts where you can enjoy downhill skiing and snowboarding as early as November and as late as April!

Tubing is a winter must! Glide down one of Lake George's area tubing hills by yourself or linked together as a group.

Enjoy both indoor and outdoor skating in the Lake George region. Before going out on the ice, make sure to read these ice safety tips!

Lake George offers dozens of trails, sledding on the lake, and access to the Adirondack network. This guide tells you where to go!

When the lake freezes, you'll see lots of people out on the lake ice fishing! Check out our tips and locations for fishing through the ice.

Lake George looks gorgeous in the winter! Check out our gallery of winter photos that show the beauty you can expect this time of year.

Want to enjoy the Lake George winter season with the family? Discover all kinds of fun outdoor winter activities!

Wondering what accommodations are available during the winter? Here's a directory of all winter lodging for your convenience.

Looking to escape the cold this winter? Grab your friends and head over to one of these 10 cozy bars in and around Lake George!

Many Lake George restaurants are open all year. Lunch or dinner out is a great way to unwind and reflect on the fun you're having!

If you want to do more than ski or sled, browse our directory of the top winter attractions and plan your visit today!

Start 2017 off right by jumping into the icy waters of Lake George during the annual Polar Plunge on January 1!

Wow your guests with these amazing Super Bowl snacks from the best pubs in the Capital Region. 
Not so keen on being outside in the cold? Our guide will get you through all the outdoor events this season!
When temperatures drop in winter, frostbite and hypothermia can affect the unprepared. Learn the signs of both and stay safe.
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