Where to Find Products Sporting the Shape of Lake George
The 32-mile long Lake George is a truly unique shape and this has not gone unnoticed by local artists and shops! Whether you're a local who'd like to sport your hometown pride, or you love visiting Lake George and would like to take a piece of the area home with you, there are several places in the region where you can buy fantastic products sporting the shape of Lake George.
Where to Find and Buy Lake-George-Shaped Merchandise
Check out the following shops to find an array of products sporting that special shape. These are excellent conversation pieces to have around the home, to sport on your car, or to wear as a tee-shirt, hat, etc. They also make great gifts!
Adirondack Winery has a slew of Lake George- and wine-themed apparel and items, some of which have the Lake George shape, and they do offer online ordering.
The Indian Tepee Gift Shop in Bolton Landing carries classic Lake George-themed gifts, apparel, drinkware, and more, and many items feature the shape of Lake George. You can order online through their website.
- Lake George Map Balsam Pillow
- Lake George Map Necklace
- Lake George Map Sign
- Lake George Map Wine Box
Live Love Laugh carries a variety of gifts, including hand carved decorative wooden boards with the shape of Lake George. You can also find Adirondack-themed gifts, resortwear, inspirational signs, fleece blankets, and more. Some items are available through the website.
You can find Love is on Lake George online through LoveIsInNewYork.com, where Kathy Miller sells a number of items with the shape of the lake: clocks, mirrors, hats - even bottle openers!
Brookwood Country Store
Brookwood Country Store up in Ticonderoga works with a local artist who creates gorgeous, wood-carved signs with the shape of Lake George, and other designs.
You can find key rings and other products with the shape of Lake George at the Cleverdale Country Store in Queensbury on the eastern side of Lake George, south of Buck Mountain.
There is one more place to find great products in the shape of this gorgeous lake...
Learn About Local in Bolton Landing & The History Behind the Shape
Photo provided by Local in Bolton Landing
Local: The Store Behind the Shape
Sara Pfau is widely credited with being the first to incorporate the shape of Lake George into jewelry, which started this whole craze. Designing for friends and family morphed into creating custom-designed pieces sold through her brother Domenick Pfau's Bolton Landing store, Local (also known as I Wear Local).
Local has been selling jewelry, clothing, gifts, accessories, and more in the shape of Lake George since 2013 and you can find them at IWearLocal.com. They also take custom jewelry requests!
Get Lake George Stickers from the Lake George Association
The exquisite jewelry and fun apparel are fantastic, especially for gifts, but what if you just want one of those Lake George-shaped stickers you see on vehicles everywhere in the Adirondacks? Contact the Lake George Association who will mail them out when requested!
"The stickers have done a fabulous job of bringing awareness to the lake," Patrick Dowd, Communications Director of LGA, told us. "But I'd like it to also bring awareness to boating safety and the preservation of Lake George." Indeed, the LGA works hard to protect the lake, without which we'd never be able to enjoy this unique shape.