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The Glen Island Group

Traveling north from the Long Island Group brings campers to the Glen Island Group. Most sites on these islands allow up to six people, but some are limited to two or four people per site, depending on the size of the island. The Glen Island Group is just off of Bolton Landing and its ranger station is the closest one to the town.

Ranger Station: 518-644-9696 | Reservations: 1-800-456-2267

a campground area with a tent platform and two picnic tables
Uncas Island - Part of the Glen Island Group
Explore Uncas Island... why stay at a hotel when an island site awaits! See photos and learn more about Uncas Island.
a fairly clear campsite by the lakeside
Gourd Island
One campsite island. Water Depth: 4 feet. There is a shore dock and tent platform. Windy site means great bug protection. Very sunny campsite. 2 people maximum on this island.
an island campsite with a couple picnic tables and a wooden spot for the tent
East Dollar Island
Lake George, NY
A three campsite island next to West Dollar Island (which has great jumping rocks). Water Depth: 3-4 feet. All three sites have platforms.
a big island with lots of tall trees
Glen Island Group - Glen Island Store and Rangers Station
The Glen Island Group is just off of Bolton Landing and this ranger station is the closest one to Bolton Landing, NY. So if you are using a Bolton Landing Marina for launching your boat, the Glen Island Group is the best choice of islands for you.
the sign for ranger island high up in a tree
Ranger Island
Lake George, NY
Ranger Island is a fabulous two-campsite island close to Bolton Landing, NY just south of Glen Island.
Black Mountain Shore
Lake George, NY
On the east side of the lake at the foot of the tallest mountain on Lake George, you'll find some wonderful campsites. Campsites accessible by boat. Water depth: 2.5-4 feet.
the sign for the juanita island state land on a tree
Juanita Island - Part of the Glen Island Group
Juanita Island is a small but peaceful camping island with breathtaking views of the lake. Perfect for camping with kids, a large group, or with your sweetheart! 6 reservable campsites available.
Sign marking Bass Island on Lake George
Bass Island
Book your own private island on Lake George. Bass Island is a fabulous, partially-shaded one campsite island on the west side of the lake.
a wide billowing tent located on top of a tent platform with a picnic table nearby
Huckleberry Island aka Huck
Lake George, NY
Close to Log Bay, you'll find this wonderful sunny, three campsite island.
a tent platform with a picnic table on it
Refuge Island
Lake George, NY
You will find this wonderful private one campsite island on the eastern shore south of Log Bay. It has a tent platform and the northern end of the island is mostly rock. There is good fishing off the island.
a campsite sign high up in a tree in a wooded area
Hen and Chickens
Lake George, NY
Hen and Chickens Islands are located at the northwestern end of the Shelving Rock Area on Lake George.
Sunny Island
Lake George, NY
Sunny Island is a nice one campsite island close to Mohican Island on Lake George with a shore dock and a platform, it's just northeast of Glen Island so it's ideal for someone who wants to pop over to Glen Island for ice cream treats and supplies.
an island with trees with some light fall foliage
Commission Island
A two campsite island just south of Commission Point near Red Rock Bay. Large island with large sites. Water Depth: 2.5 feet.
a campsite covered with leaves and there are two picnic tables
Log Bay Island
Lake George, NY
Log Bay Island is a part of the Glen Island Group on Lake George and features 12 campsites with living/sleeping quarters.
hand drawn map of multiple islands and their campsites
Brush Island
Lake George, NY
Brush Island is the largest one campsite island on Lake George located just south of Big Burnt Island and to the east of Uncas. Water Depth: 3 feet.
close up view of a tent platform at a wooded campsite
Gravelly Island
A two campsite island which is known as a dark island as its surrounded by trees. Despite its reputation, we found it to be somewhat sunny in the center of the island. Due to the trees, there is little visibility from the campsites to the lake.
the sign for perch island up on a tree
Perch Island
Perch Island is a small, private island at the southern end of the Glen Island Group on Lake George. There is a single campsite on the island, and we found out that it is perfect for couples or families that crave privacy!
sunlight shining down on a campsite with trees and a tent platform
Turtle Island
Close to the western shores of Lake George and the Point of Tongue Mountain, you'll find a large 33 campsite island named Turtle Island. Some sites allow for boats with drafts up to 6 feet.
an island on a lake that is covered in trees
Mohican Island - Part of the Glen Island Group
Mohican Island is a small camping island on Lake George NY. There are great views and many different campsites. Learn more and see photos!
a tent platform, a picnic table, and a fire pit at a campsite with the lake nearby
Phelps Island
Lake George, NY
Phelps Island on Lake George is sunny and a nice area to swim near.
two islands on a lake with mountains in the background
Little Gourd
Lake George, NY
Little Gourd Island is a single site island which is limited to 2 people. Water depth is 4 feet. Very sunny with no wind protection. Tent platform and shore dock are included.
two islands on a lake in the far off distance
Little Harbor Island - Part of the Glen Island Group
Looking for information on Little Harbor Island camping? View our guide about Little Harbor Island and its campsites!
Docks on Commission Point are in a protected bay
Commission Point
Just a little south of Red Rock Bay on the shoreline, you will find Commission Point, it is a great spot to picnic or get a day pass when the islands are all full.
a fairly large island with green trees and a campsite at the shoreline
Fork Island
Lake George, NY
A 12 campsite island just north of Big Burnt Island. Water depth varies from 2.5 to 4 feet.
the sign for phantom island high up in a tree
Phantom Island
Lake George, NY
Phantom Island is a nice four campsite island just across the channel from Glen Island. Glen Island is where the ranger station and general store are located, so Phantom Island is close to the store but is not as secluded.
an island on a lake with thick and tall green trees, and you can see mountains in the far background
Hermit Island - Part of the Glen Island Group
Discover Hermit Island in Lake George NY! The one campsite island is perfect for a very small group.
a sign for gem island on a tree
Gem Island
Gem Island is a nice private island on Lake George that is perfect for a small group of campers. Water depth: 3.5 feet. See photos and learn more about this little island!
an island campsite with a picnic table and grill
Big Burnt Island - Part of the Glen Island Group
Big Burnt Island on Lake George features a variety of campsites. While some are fairly private, others are great for small and large groups.
Fox Island
Lake George, NY
Very close to Black Mountain Shore and north of Red Rock Bay and north of Sarah and Hazel Islands in Lake George, you'll find this lovely one campsite island! Water Depth: 2.5 feet with a ten platform.
Watch Island
Watch Island is a one campsite island on Lake George in the Glen Island Group near the Black Mountain Shore. The campsite must be reserved at the Glen Island Ranger Station.
Pine Island
Pine Island is located in the Glen Island Group on Lake George and features one campsite for up to six people.
view from a boat of a shoreline with trees and mountains
Log Bay on Lake George
Lake George, NY
Log Bay on the east side of Lake George is one of the most popular bays on the lake. The bay is a popular hang out for families and cruisers for overnight stays.