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Reserving Island Campsites on Lake George

Reservations for island camping on Lake George should be made far in advance because the sites are very popular and fill up quickly. Most campsites can be reserved, but campers should have a second choice in mind when making reservations in case their first island or site choice is taken.

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Reservation Tips

For Overnight Island Camping

Make your reservation through Reserve America.

For Day Use Island (Note: New for 2023!)

In the past, day use permits had to be obtained in person on a first come, first serve basis. This season the DEC is transitioning to automated, online sales, which can be made up to seven days in advance, and up to the day of.

For Non-Reservable Campsites

Obtain a reservation during check-in at the appropriate island group ranger station (see FAQ for more info).

Island Contact Information:

If you have specific questions about the islands which cannot be answered by Reserve America, then we recommend contacting the DEC ranger station for your island group:

  • Long Island Group Ranger Station: 518-656-9426
  • Glen Island Group Ranger Station: 518-644-9696
  • Narrow Island Group Ranger Station: 518-499-1288

Make Your Reservation:

Use the Reserve America links listed below to reserve campsites in the Lake George area:

For general questions, contact Reserve America Reservations at 1-800-456-2267 or Customer Service at 1-800-777-9644.

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