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Burgess Island

burgess island on lake george
campsite on burgess islandSeen here is Burgess Island Site #3
campsite on Burgess IslandSeen here is Burgess Island Site #2
a girl jumping into the water from a cliff, and an island is in the background
a girl preparing to jump from a cliff into a lake with an island in the background


Overview

Burgess Island is a five campsite island on Lake George in the Narrows close to Hulett's Landing. It is well known for it's jumping rocks. Docks are deep water docks with depths up to 6 feet.

Burgess Island is across from Sabbath Day point and has a spot that's popular for jumping a 4 foot jumping rock 8 foot jumping rock and a 15 foot jump spot.  Cliff jumping is dangerous and LakeGeorge.com does not condone or endorse cliff jumping rather this site is for information only.

Burgess campsite #1 is large and flat

#5 is high up on cliffs and grassy

#4 is on a hill

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My dad and I grew up here. His father, my grandfather was the chief of police