Our cabin is on Dark Bay (it's not really dark), which is on the
eastern shore of Lake George. We are directly opposite Hague and just
north of Gull Bay.
This is a quiet family oriented part of Lake George. The cabin has a
nice sense of privacy, there are no shared facilities.
Our Bay is small, has cabins on one side and 2 boathouses on the other. There's a 5 mph buoy in the bay, so the limited boat traffic moves slowly. It's great for swimming and snorkeling. If you have toddlers, there is a sand beach with lifeguards at Gull Bay,
just a couple of minutes south of us by car (our younger son normally
rides his bike over). The beach is for town residents and doesn’t get
much use. The boat launch is also located there. You’re welcome to use
both town facilities.
The row boat that comes with the camp allows for some exploring of the
lake (great morning exercise!) and the "U"-shaped crib dock will
accommodate your boats (rentals are available nearby). Although we're not a
fishing family, our neighbor is always proving how great the fishing
We ask that our guests be related family members. The person responsible for the cabin must be at least 25 years of age.
Most folks come to the cabin to enjoy the Lake. The major 'tourist'
attractions are at the southern end of the Lake in Lake George
Village. The 40 minute drive will get you to the outlet malls, Great
Escape (theme park), Lake Cruises, wax museum, miniature golf, etc.
Ticonderoga (15 minutes north) has restaurants and some shopping. Fort
Ticonderoga, the site of the first 'battle' of the Revolutionary
war, draws visitors from around the world.
Golf, tennis and horseback riding can be found in the general area.
All the attractions of Vermont are a short drive away.