Columbus Day Weekend in the Adirondacks is a contrast of flowers still in bloom and mountains turning into a riot of color. The days are warm and sunny with cool nights leading to deep orange sunrises and early morning steam on the lake. Hague, on the northwestern shore of Lake George, is a perfect spot to enjoy autumn at its finest.
Hague is a small town filled with treasures. The Adirondack’s oldest running general store, the Hague Market, offers amazing sandwiches and pies as well as unique finds upstairs at Juniper Gifts. Once an old firehouse, the Hague Firehouse Restaurant has a wall of glass opening to an outdoor terrace overlooking Hague Brook. Located adjacent to the Firehouse, the Uptown restaurant offers rustic ambiance and farm-to-table gourmet cuisine. Boat parking is available at the Hague Town Beach, an easy walk to town.
Situated on a 700-acre waterfront campus, the 113-year old Silver Bay YMCA offers conferences, leadership training, family reunions, weddings and vacation getaways. Community memberships are available for boating, hiking, swimming, tennis, summer camp, painting, fitness classes and archery or just relaxing in one of the Adirondack chairs scattered around the campus.
8810 Lakeshore Drive, Hague, NY
Wide open lake views accompany this 5.15± acre waterfront parcel with 382± feet of frontage. The sprawling lawn and sandy bottom shoreline offer expansive northerly and easterly views.
62 Bobkat Lane, Hague, NY
Situated on a large corner lot in Arcady Bay Estates, enjoy the great stone wood burning fireplace on cool Adirondack nights. Arcady Bay Association’s private amenities include a beach with sunbathing pavilion, tennis courts, backboards, basketball court, volleyball courts, and shuffleboard, soccer and baseball fields.