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Lake George has tons to offer!
Downtown Lake George
Located on Beach Road just off of Rt. 9 in downtown Lake George
The park offers something for everyone like picnics and leisurely games, to biking and jogging. Visitors can explore the history of Lake George as well by visiting the various monuments surrounding the park.
Statues located throughout the park honor the struggles of the past. Here, a Mohawk warrior dips his hand into a flowing spring. (credit: Lakegeorge.com)
Father Isaac Jogues, the first White man to lay eyes on Lake George. In the 1630s, he spread Christianity to the Huron people of the Lake George Region. Martyred by the Mohawk in 1646, he has his place amongst the "North American Martyrs".
Mohawk Chief King Hendrick and English General William Johnson stand in honor of their cooperation during the French and Indian War. Find this statue overlooking Lake George. (credit: Lakegeorge.com)
This monument honors four soldiers who died during the Battle of Lake George. Their remains unearth, were put to rest in 1935. This monument seeks to remember the struggles that took place to make Lake George the wonderful place it is today. (credit: Lake George.com)
The Warren County Bikeway has many historical markers located along the trail. We encourage riders to stop and learn about the long history of the Lake George Region.
The Lg Ebike Co. offers a some of the best electric bikes in the industry.
From folding Ebikes to the toughest off road bikes on the market, we can meet your individual needs.
For questions call us at 518-935-5218
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