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Kayak Lake George is open 10-5 Daily. Come dressed and ready to go with the following: Bathing suit, Sunscreen & Watershoes. Located in Lake George Village at 22 Lake Avenue.

Stand Up Paddleboard  - SUP rentals are $29 per person and Kayak Rentals are $28/hour for Singles and $35/hour for Tandem Kayaks

From the North:

Follow I-87 South to Exit 22, stay right. Go down first ramp to flashing light, take right onto Route 9 toward Lake George Village (Canada Street) heading south. At first traffic light make left onto Lake avenue — you’ll see Tamarack Restaurant on the corner. Proceed to Shore Meadows, on the left, located directly on the lake.

From the South:

I-87 to Exit 22, stay right. Go down first ramp to flashing light, take right onto Route 9 toward Lake George Village (Canada Street) heading south. At first traffic light make left onto Lake Avenue — you’ll see Tamarack Restaurant on the corner. Proceed to Shore Meadows, on the left, located directly on the lake.

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