Lake Life in the Adirondacks
A piece on the many waterways and lifestyles of people who live in the Adirondacks.
Lakes in the Adirondacks have so much to offer from relaxing on the lake, sightseeing, boating, tubing, skiing, and much more! It truly is a great place to live year round, if you have a vacation home, part of the year is better than no time at all in this amazing region.
Some of the world’s most beautiful lakes are a part of the Adirondacks there are roughly 3,000 lakes and ponds within this vast area. There is also 30,000 miles of rivers and streams that are present in the Adirondacks. This creates beautiful scenery that everyone can appreciate.
Of the 3,000 lakes in the Adirondacks, the two most popular lakes are Lake George and Lake Champlain. Here are some interesting facts about these lakes and the fun activities that they have to offer.
Lake George Life
Lake George AKA “Queen of American Lakes” is one of the most gorgeous lakes in all of Upstate NY. Lake George has much to offer, beaches large and small which can accommodate everyone’s needs. There are boat rentals, boat cruises, whitewater rafting, jet ski rentals, numerous waterfront restaurants, and more!
For over 200 years Lake George has been the go to destination for recreation and relaxation. Lake George was ranked in the top 15 as one of the cleanest bodies of water in North America by the popular Country Living Magazine.
The Keir Weimer Team has much to offer if you are looking for a waterfront property on Lake George. Check out our website and talk to one of our agents to make your dreams come true of owning your own property of this beautiful lake.
Lake Champlain Life
Lake Champlain is another lake that is truly an amazing place to see and is the eighth largest naturally occurring body of water in the United States. Lake Champlain is so vast that it spans between three states and two countries; those states and countries are New York, Vermont, Quebec, the United States and Canada.
Lake life on Lake Champlain is most certainly a fun time for the whole family. The lake has 81 different species of fish and according to bassmaster.com, was listed number 5 for bass fishing in the United States. This lake has over 80 islands some of which are only the size of a large rock, others large enough to support small towns. And of course there’s boating, fishing, jet skiing, biking events, fairs and festivals, fishing events, music events, and paddling events.
Lake Champlain has a lot of rich history’ it’s home to the oldest known fossil reef in the world which is thought to be between 450-480 years old. It also played a major part in the Revolutionary War all of these historical places can be visited and toured.
Lake Champlain is an amazing to visit and an even better place to live. The Keir Weimer Team can help you find the perfect waterfront property that will fit all your needs. Check out our website and begin the journey to owning your dream home!