Good times, good food, good places guaranteed!

Boating and more at Lake George

Take a self-guided tour of the largest marble cave entrance in the East. Visit an historic 18th-century star fort built by the French near the south end of Lake Champlain. The Minne-Ha-Ha hour-long cruise is perfect for kids and families with tight schedules, leaving seven times a day


Lake George Steamboat Company. 57 Beach Rd Lake George, NY. (518) 668-5777.
The Minne-Ha-Ha hour-long cruise is perfect for kids and families with tight schedules, leaving seven times a day. She takes an hour-long cruise, 7 times a day. Moonlite Cruise every Saturday night cruise has live entertainment. The Mohican offers food cruise most evenings during the week (Taco Tuesday, Mac 'n Cheese Wednesday, Pizza Thursday, and Pasta Friday). The 190-foot-long Lac du Saint Sacrement offers a two-hour lunch or dinner cruise daily.

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Main Street Ice Cream Parlor. 6339 Main St Chestertown, NY. 518-494-7940.
The Main Street Ice Cream Parlor has delicious cones and milkshakes, but those can be enjoyed after grabbing one of the sandwiches on the menu that come with a pickle, a slice of watermelon and chips!

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Natural Stone Bridge & Caves. 535 Stone Bridge Road Pottersville, NY. 518-494-2283.
Come see some of the oldest rock in North American and the largest marble cave entrance in the east. Self-guided and guided tours available.

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Fort Ticonderoga. 100 Fort Ti Road Ticonderoga, NY. (518) 585-2821.
Restored Fort Ticonderoga was named one of the first National Historic Landmarks in 1960. In 1972 this museum was one of the first 26 accredited by the American Association of Museums and has achieved re-accreditation each decade since. Today Fort Ticonderoga honors its history and the legacy of its founders by maintaining its rich collection, mounting thought provoking exhibitions, and introducing new generations of museum goers to our remarkable story.

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