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Log Bay Island is a part of the Glen Island Group on Lake George and features 12 campsites with living/sleeping quarters.

About Log Bay Island

Log Bay Island is a cruiser camping area for larger boats. Sleeping tents are not allowed because there are living/sleeping quarters on the island. Each site also has a charcoal burner, picnic table, and a shared fireplace. There are 5 clearings, and each clearing is connected to two campsites. This island has a great composting bathroom. Plan your Log Bay Island trip now at Reserve America.

Guide to Log Bay Island Camping

Campsites 1 & 2 are some of the nicest spots on the island. They are rather private and overlook the beautiful Log Bay.

Log Bay Island Lake George Campsites 3 and 4

Campsites 3 & 4 are a great pair of campsites on Log Bay Island. The two sites are fairly open, sunny, and face Perch Island. 

Log Bay Island Lake George Campsites 1 and 2

Campsites 5 & 6 are shady and very close to the docks. This is convenient if you have big coolers to carry in.

Log Bay Island Lake George Campsites 5 and 6

Campsites 7 & 8 are sloped with open views of the lake. They are also close to the docks.

Campsites 9 & 10 overlook the west side of the lake and are very open, sunny, and private. Be aware that these campsites are farther from the docks, so it's a bit of a walk.

Campsites 11 & 12 are close to the docks on the north side of the island.

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2 reviews from our community

The picture for sites 1&2, 3&4 are incorrect. They are swapped photos with descriptions the same.

Um. No sleeping quarters in log bay island. Docks are for cruisers with sleeping on board. Camping not allowed on island. Picnic tables and charcoal grill for each site and a shared fireplace per each 2 sites

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