Lake George is known as the Queen of American Lakes.  There is always something to do and explore on the Lake.  Lake George is 32 miles long and has over 180 islands, 50 of which are owned by New York State and are available to camp on.  There are numerous bays throughout the lake which are beautiful to stop and take a swim.  Two favorites of guests are Sandy Bay and Paradise Bay.  The Village of Lake George also offers fireworks weekly in the summer.

Swim, Tube, Sun

The views in Lake George are breathtaking, from Million Dollar row to a Lake George sunset.  We can customize a tour to make everyone in the family happy.  Let us take you on a tour from the Village past Bolton Landing and then enjoy some tubing.  Many guests request we take them to some cliffs to jump off of and swim.  We can stop at an island and everyone can enjoy a picnic.  Come out and catch a sunset and let us take you to local restaurant on the lake.  We also do trips for bachelor or bachelorette parties.  Alcohol is permitted on the boat.


Camping is permitted on New York State owned islands throughout the lake.  We will transport you and your gear out to the island and pick you up at the end of your trip.  We can recommend locations to park and canoe/kayak rentals also and transport them to the island.  Please click the link for information on Island Camping on Lake George.   Lake George Islands Campgrounds - NYS Dept. of Environmental ...


Lake George has some tremendous fishing opportunities for the experienced or the novice.  Lake George hosts an array of fish including Lake Trout, Atlantic Salmon, Small Mouth Bass, Large Mouth Bass, Yellow Perch, and Northern Pike, just to name a few.  Our Captain is a licensed fishing guide through the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.