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Grab Your Snow Tube & Head to the Lake George Rec Center

Less than one mile west of Exit 21 in Lake George, you'll find an outrageous snow tubing hill at the Lake George Recreation Center. Bring the kids for some quintessential winter fun!

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What to Know Before You Get There

Only snow tubes are allowed at the Rec Center; you may not bring plastic or metal sleds, as the hill is too steep to not be protected by three-plus inches of trapped air.

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This hill is ideal for ages five and older. If you bring children younger than five years of age, you'll most likely end up carrying them up the hill. You might want to consider helmets for little ones, or to start them halfway down the hill.

There are no rentals, so be sure to bring your own snow tube.

How to Get to the Rec Center

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From Exit 21 on the Adirondack Northway near Lake George, take 9N west until you reach Transfer Road. Follow Transfer Road until you reach the Lake George Recreation Center. Follow signs for the tubing hill as you turn in. You can park in the main parking lot or continue down the road towards the ball field and park in the lot on the right.

For more information, contact the Lake George Recreation Center at 518.668.4380.

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