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Lake George Spring Guide

Lake George is the perfect place for a spring escape! There are so many activities to enjoy, hotel discounts to snatch up, and natural beauty to behold. Discover how much fun spring in Lake George has to offer by exploring some of the featured activities below.

If you're a thrill-seeker, spring is the season for whitewater rafting. Snow melt and mountain runoff make the perfect conditions for some intense rapids!

You can catch and keep trout (23"+) and landlocked salmon (18"+) all year on Lake George, but bass are catch-and-release until summer.

One of the best ways to get back in shape for summer is to sign up for a walk, 5K, or other race that you can start training for.

When hiking near Lake George in the spring, be prepared for lots of mud and be respectful of trailside vegetation by staying on the path.

Leftover sand can make roads a bit treacherous in the spring, but these two bike paths are the perfect locales for a spring cycle.

Lake George's seasonal dining options start to open and add to the year-round culinary scene. Be sure to experience outdoor seating if it's available!

Get back into the swing of things by dusting off your golf game and taking advantage of the warmer weather this spring!

Don't let those April showers spoil the fun! There's lots to do on a rainy day, including museums, shopping, and indoor entertainment.

Many lodging venues offer early season deals to those coming to Lake George in the spring. Take advantage of these specials!

Ready to get out of the house and to the lake? Check out these awesome things to do in Lake George in April!
Celebrate the arrival of spring during Sham "Rock" The Block, Lake George's weekend-long St. Patrick's Day celebration.
March means maple season in Lake George and the Adirondacks! Learn more about maple events that are coming up.
Counting down the days to your vacation in Lake George? Create your own vacation countdown timer to share with friends and family!
Find out what Easter events are happening in the Lake George region, including brunches and egg hunts.