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Top-rated vacation rentals in Lake George

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Home in Lake luzerne
Waterfront- Lake Luzerne, Lake George, Saratoga
Waterfront home with private dock on the Hudson river. Great for outdoor activities such as kayaking, fishing, swimming, tubing, boating or just relaxing. Lake George and Saratoga are both very close by. Our home is sure to impress with plenty of room. Rain or shine you can enjoy the waterfront on either of the enclosed porches. Enjoy the sunrise while never leaving your master suite. Beautiful indoor fireplace to warm up to on a chilly day. We have two kayaks you are welcome to enjoy.
$229 per night
Guesthouse in Bolton
Romantic Winter Getaway-Close to Bolton downtown
Unwind and recharge at this spacious, beautiful bungalow.. Take a 10 min stroll to downtown Bolton Landing! This cottage was lovingly finished with a beautiful gas fireplace, quartz countertops in the fully equipped kitchen, and barn wood accents for a luxurious yet rustic feel. Enjoy a cocktail while playing darts, ring toss and card games in the tiki hut. Bolton downtown shops, and restaurants are only a 2 min drive. Lake George village 20 min away.
$164 per night
Cabin in Warrensburg
Romantic Christmas Getaway ~Chickadee Hill
*Chickadee Hill~Romantic country getaway * Rental is decorated for Christmas from November 1st-end of January * Located in the Adirondacks 15 minutes to Lake George *Vintage Record Player, Farm Fresh Eggs *Let the songbirds awaken you feeling like you are still dreaming *This is not just any five star stay step outside we have millions *We strive for our guests to have nothing less than a five star experience, as you can see by our reviews
$116 per night

Stay near Lake George's top sights

Shepard Park19 locals recommend
Fort William Henry Hotel & Conference Center5 locals recommend
Lake George Beach Club22 locals recommend
Fort William Henry Museum and Restoration36 locals recommend
Lake George Mystery Spot4 locals recommend
Duffy's Tavern15 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Lake George

Cottage in Shaftsbury
Vermont Schoolhouse Farm Cottage - Sauna + Hot Tub
$329 per night
Home in Warrensburg
Adirondack Bungalow getaway
$89 per night
Cabin in Lake George
Ski/Snowmobile Lake George Cabin walk to Trails
$161 per night
Loft in Bolton Landing
Adirondack Dream Apartment
$180 per night
Guest suite in Glens Falls
Centrally Located Retreat 0.3 Miles from Downtown!
$79 per night
Apartment in Glens Falls
Glens Falls Apartment
$110 per night
Cabin in Lake George
Close to Town - Pet Friendly Cabin w/ Fire Pit
$160 per night
Cabin in Lake George
Cabin on Dream Lake, home in Lake George area
$134 per night
Chalet in Warrensburg
ADK Cedar Chalet A-Frame
$192 per night
Tiny home in Lake George
Common Corners Cottage
$150 per night
Guest suite in Lake George
Lake George Perfect Winter Location
$121 per night
Home in Lake George
Hidden Gem Lake House
$225 per night

Quick stats about vacation rentals in Lake George

Total rentals

120 properties

Rentals with a pool

80 properties have a pool

Pet-friendly rentals

10 properties allow pets

Family-friendly rentals

40 properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

2.8K reviews

Nightly prices starting at

$60 before taxes and fees

Your guide to Lake George

All About Lake George

Located in upstate New York, inside the protected wilderness of Adirondack Park, the town of Lake George is a destination in itself; its main feature is the pristine freshwater Lake George, which is 32 miles long, 3 miles wide, and more than 12,000 years old. The area holds significance in American history — it held witness to territorial battles between the British and the French in the mid-18th century until the American Revolution. Today, travelers from all over the world come to see the picturesque views of the Adirondack wilderness. It’s a place where families can come to retreat and discover the 100-mile high vista of Prospect Mountain. There are many outdoor activities to enjoy, including boating, golfing, horseback riding, and spending long days grilling under picnic pavilions on the beach.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Lake George

To make the most of your vacation at Lake George, plan your visit from May to September, when temperatures will be moderate enough for you to hike and bike around the lake. Some other activities perfect for this time of year include whitewater rafting and playing golf. Throughout the year, the weather in Lake George is a nice mix of cool temperatures with light humidity.

If you travel to Lake George from October to November, you’ll see the leaves reveal their legendary autumnal colors. Along with the foliage, what makes fall a special time to visit Lake George are the many festivities that you can experience like the Adirondack Balloon Festival, Oktoberfest at the Great Escape, or the Fort By Firelight. Another favorite local fall tradition is to head out in the woods and spend a weekend camping.

Top things to do in Lake George

Leaf peeping

Prepare to be wowed by the foliage and all of the amazing photo opportunities that Lake George affords visitors in fall. A couple of key vantage points include the hiking trails of Shepard Park and the views from the Lake George Steamboat. Everywhere you turn, you’ll find beautiful perspectives that make Lake George a memorable trip.

Adirondack Balloon Festival

The Adirondack Balloon Festival is a local tradition that’s drawn visitors from all over the country to this corner of upstate New York for over 40 years. The day begins with an early Big Balloon Breakfast followed by a morning launch of dozens of balloons. The festival features concerts, barbecues, a car show, a craft fair, and flashlight-friendly views of balloons flying in the moonlight.

Cruise Paradise Bay

A local steamboat company has been taking passengers around Paradise Bay for over 200 years. Board one of America’s longest-operating tour boats, as it cruises around the bay showing off the stunning scenery of the lakeside homes, the Island of the Narrows, and the Adirondack Mountains.

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