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The Lake George Central School District sits at the southern end of the Adirondacks. Adirondack Park is a distinctive wilderness region and a National Historic Landmark. It was established in eastern upstate New York in 1892 as one of the country’s first Forever Wild Forest Preserves. It is the largest publicly protected region in the contiguous United States, covering 6 million acres. Additionally, there are 105 small towns and villages located within the park. Because of the area’s combination of public and private lands, both civilization and conservation continue to flourish.

Because of our district’s unique location within the village of Lake George we encourage everyone who is visiting our district to not only check out our excellent education and programming, but the local area as well. Below you’ll find links to the Lake George Chamber of Commerce and other helpful information on what Lake George has to offer.