New York November 26, 2016
One Of America’s Coziest Mountain Towns Is In New York And It’s Unbelievably Dreamy
With the month of November almost entirely behind us, many of our residents have begun to start thinking about what winter getaway they’ll take this year. Up north where the snow falls early, one of New York’s amazing Adirondack towns has so much to offer during our coldest season. Recently recognized by
Expedia, Lake George was named one of America’s coziest mountain towns that you’re absolutely going to want to visit this year.
We’re aware that these uncertain times are limiting many aspects of life as we all practice social and physical distancing. While we’re continuing to feature destinations that make our state wonderful, we don’t expect or encourage you to go check them out immediately. We believe that supporting local attractions is important now more than ever and we hope our articles inspire your future adventures! And on that note, please nominate your favorite local business that could use some love right now:
Up in Warren County with a population of under 4,000 residents, the town of Lake George is one that's beautiful to explore during all of New York's seasons.
The Inn at Erlowest was recognized as being one of the best places you can stay in town, giving you a stunning view of the lake.
The Inn at Erlowest is a historic stone castle that sits on a hill that overlooks Lake George, built in the late 1800s this place is unlike anything you'd expect to find in the area. What was once a private residence that was part of Millionaires Row, today the inn now provides visitors with a luxurious getaway that gives them a stay they'll never forget. The rooms inside of the inn all look like they've been pulled out of a storybook, making for cozy accommodations that will make you feel right at home. To book your stay and to find out more information,
3178 Lake Shore Drive Lake George, NY 12845
Also recognized were some of the adventurous outdoor activities that you can experience like ice fishing!
When and if the weather gets cold enough, Lake George is like a scene out of a Disney movie when completely frozen over. If you're a fan of ice fishing you can visit popular spots like Million Dollar Beach or the Hearthstone Campgrounds to get out on the water. To read about more ice fishing locations in town,
If you're not into ice fishing, you can always take on one of the many hikes you'll find surrounding Lake George like the trail at Prospect Mountain. The out and back trail up the mountain falls just under three miles long, a moderate hike that gives extremely rewarding views of the lake from up top!
Wondering where you might want to eat while you're in town? Quench your hunger at
The Log Jam restaurant!
Right near where you'll do the majority of your shopping in Lake George, The Log Jam restaurant is a place you'll be guaranteed to visit more than once. Expedia acknowledged the authentic Adirondack ambiance that can be enjoyed by visitors who dine at this wooden wonder. Well-known for their savory meat dishes and appetizing salad bars, you'll feel more than cozy here with the help of their roaring fireplace. To view all of their scrumptious menus and to find out more information,
1484 US 9 Lake George, NY 12845
Officially starting to long for the crisp mountain air and serenity that comes with surrounding yourself with our Adirondack Mountains?
A majority of our residents can say that they've taken a getaway to Lake George during the summer, but if you've yet to experience this small town during the winter then now is the time to start planning! From tubing and cross-country skiing at
Lake George Recreational Park
to discovering more amazing restaurants in town like Capri Pizzeria or the Prospect Mountain Diner that will remain open
all year long,
there's always something new to be explored out in this neck of the woods.
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