Lake George is 32 miles long, stretching from Lake George Village in the south to Ticonderoga at the northern tip. It’s a sister to Lake Champlain to the east – both long and thin and brimming with history. The U.S. Navy was born in nearby Whitehall, NY, and Lake George has shipwrecks dating to the French and Indian War.
The shore of Lake George has many examples of Adirondack lodges and their accompanying boathouses. From the end of a slightly-listing dock near Huletts Landing, I captured these majestic boathouses with their view of the water.
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Note this was taken on private property, so the exact location is not shown.