Lake George's Agnes Island has 5 campsites, two of which have tent platforms. Maximum capacity for each site is 6 people. Water depth ranges from 3.5' to 6' and docks are typically shared between two sites. This island utilizes a pit-type privy.
Prior to launching your boat to head to Agnes Island, it will need to be cleaned at Rogers Rock, Bolton Landing, or Huletts Landing.
Campsite #1: On the northeast point of the island, Campsite #1 is very private with a limited amount of sunshine. Nice and flat, there is plenty of room for tents although it does not have a tent platform. There are good ledges for swimming in 3.5' deep water. Campsite #1 has its own shore dock.
Campsite #2: With water on two sides, Campsite #2 is open and very sunny with a beautiful view to the southwest. A water depth of 5.5' makes for excellent swimming. Campsite #2 has a 12x14' tent platform. The dock is shared with Campsite #3.
Campsite #3: On the southwest side of the island, Campsite #3 has a great view to the south. There are plenty of flat areas to set up a tent despite the lack of a tent platform at this site. The water depth sits at 5.5' and this site shares a dock with Campsite #2.
Campsite #4: **Please note, Campsite #4 has been selected for restoration and is not reservable at this time.** This site has a 12x16' tent platform perched high with great views of the eastern side of Lake George. The ledges offer a great swimming spot with a water depth of 6'. The fireplace that sits on a ledge is the perfect spot to watch the sunrise. Campsite #4 shares a dock with Campsite #5.
Campsite #5: On the eastern side of the island and sitting high, Campsite #5 is more secluded from the other sites. It is a short climb from the dock and partially shaded. This site is also great for viewing the sunrise. This site shares a dock with Campsite #4.
Want to extend your trip? Nearby are the Northern Lake George Resort or Trout House Village both of which are excelent lodging choices to start or end your trip.