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Lake George Region
Located on the south eastern edge of the Adirondack Park is the 32 mile long, three mile wide Lake George. The lake is surrounded by small communities, each with its own unique charater. Starting at the southern tip is family-friendly Lake George Village, offering a wide array of tourist attractions and restaurants. Take a quick drive south of the Village to find Six Flags Great Escape, a large amusement/water park. From Lake George Village heading north along the western shore of the lake, you proceed to the towns of Diamond Point and nearby Warrensburg. Further up you will find Bolton and Bolton Landing and towards the northern tip is Silver Bay, then Hague. Each town offers spectacular views of the water and mountains. Ticonderoga and the Fort Ticonderoga National Historic Landmark, a fully restored 18th century fort, are located just north of the northern end of the lake. Starting down south along the eastern shoreline, you will find the town of Putnam and then Huletts Landing. Three quarters of the way down is Pilot Knob and further south is Cleverdale and Kattskill Bay. Finally, Assembly Point is found at the south eastern tip of the lake. The Lake George region also stretches south to Lake Luzerne and west to Thurman. It includes the towns of Adamsville, Assembly Point, Athol, Bolton, Bolton Landing, Clemons, Cleverdale, Diamond Point, Dresden, Dresden Station, Eagle Lake, Fort Ann, Fort Edward, Fourth Lake, Glens Falls, Glen Lake, Granville, Hadley, Hague, Hartford, Hebron, Hudson Falls, Huletts Landing, Kattskill Bay, Kingsbury, Lake George Village, Lake Hadlock, Lake Luzerne, North Granville, Pilot Knob, Putnam, Putnam Station, Queensbury, Rockhurst, Sherman Lake, Silver Bay, Slateville, Smiths Basin, South Glens Falls, South Granville, Stony Creek, Thurman, Ticonderoga, Trout Lake, Truthville, Warrensburg and Whitehall.
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