Boating & Marinas

Peaceful Beginning at Bolton Landing

Photo taken at the dock on Pilot Knob, prior to my early morning ride across the lake for coffe at Bolton Landing.

Drew Trombley
Dropping Anchor at Sunset

A sunset view of the Adirondack mountains.

Speed Boat in the Lake George Region

Speed Boat gets up to plain in the Lake George Region.

Lake George Region

With more than 3,000 lakes and ponds, and 1,500 miles of rivers - exploring the Adirondack Regions by boat is an adventure for the whole family. Glimpse wildlife along the shores of Tupper Lake, tour the scenic coastline of Long Lake or learn how to water ski on Lake George.

Adirondack boat rentals are located throughout the region, offering an affordable way to experience the outdoors. Adirondack lakes are often the hub of the community. Enjoy special events on Lake Champlain and the St. Lawrence River, travel through Lake Flower's locks and watch annual 4th of July fireworks shows from your boat. Search below to find marinas, fuel stations and rental shops throughout the Adirondacks.

Don't forget to do your part in protecting the Adirondack Park against the threat of invasive species. Learn the proper Clean, Drain, Dry technique after boating from our friends at the Lake George Association.

And just in case you're wondering, the DEC website offers the locations of NYS public boat launches and they can be found in nearly every town and village in the Adirondack Region.

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