‘Tis the season for fall fun and seasonal events in the Lake George Region! Although peak fall foliage is likely weeks away, there are still plenty of things to do this weekend aside from leaf peeping. Enjoy a food festival in Glens Falls, explore the World’s Largest Garage Sale, and have a blast all weekend long.
Attend Fantastic Fall Festivals
Sample mouthwatering food from some of the region’s best restaurants at the 26th Annual Taste of the North Country in nearby Glens Falls. Adult tickets cost $5, while kids 12 and under get in for free. Restaurant samples will be priced in food coupons.
Enjoy a variety of fun and family-friendly autumn-themed events at Ticonderoga’s first-ever FallFest! Visitors are encouraged to experience everything the event has to offer, such as the fall activities, community festivals, business specials, and more.
Celebrate all things Bigfoot at Whitehall’s annual Sasquatch Calling Festival on Saturday from 10:00am-6:00pm. Festival highlights will include over 30 vendors, live music, movie screenings, a Bigfoot Calling Contest, and more. Admission is free.
The 8th BBQ in memory of Tom Stark and Dan LaRock Jr will be taking place on Saturday at the Boar’s Nest in Fort Ann. Feast on some delicious food, bring your car, bike, or truck to the show, and listen to live music. The event will run from 2:00pm-9:00pm.
Watch a Hilarious Play
Enjoy dinner and a play during The Lake Theatre’s fantastic production of The Long Weekend. For this week, there will be performances each day from Tuesday, September 25 through Saturday, September 29. Get ready to laugh as a relaxing weekend turns into a battle of wits for a group of “best friends.”
Shop for Hidden Treasures
You won’t want to miss out on the World’s Largest Garage Sale this weekend! Located just a short drive from Lake George in Warrensburg, this massive community-wide sale will feature over 500 vendors selling new and old items, antiques, collectibles, toys, and much more.
Experience Thrills & Chills
Join the Fort William Henry Museum for a tour of ghostly places this autumn and get in the Halloween spirit a little early. Reservations are required, so it’s recommended that you plan in advance; space is limited.
Are you ready to get spooked this season? Fright Fest at The Great Escape will kick off this weekend, and visitors can look forward to having a ghoulishly good time. From haunted attractions to scare zones, shows, and rides, there will be plenty of activities and entertainment for all.