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Old 08-19-2015, 05:22 AM   #1
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The family and I are in the beginning stages of a small family gathering in Lake George. My wife and I are the only ones with a camper. We are looking for a place that does 5th wheels plus trailer or cabin rentals. Would need at least two cabins or trailers. Any good experiences?
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Old 08-19-2015, 06:15 AM   #2
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Old 08-19-2015, 07:04 AM   #3
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Moose Hillock . Great place for kids and they have cabin rentals . We stayed there in early June and can't wait to go back for Labor Day weekend . The sites are very large and are not one on top of another with trees between each site . The staff was great and met the owner who was also very nice .
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Old 08-19-2015, 07:12 AM   #4
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I've looked at both and they were at the top of my list. I'm interested in the camper who went to them themselves like you guys. Write-ups are good and videos are made to always look their best. So first hand knowledge is in my opinion the best way. Thanks.
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Old 08-19-2015, 07:26 AM   #5
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We love Lake George RV Park. They do have a few trailers for rent, but I think they are very expensive. It might not be the best park for your situation.
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Old 08-21-2015, 09:32 PM   #6
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Lake George rv is great, expensive and like said they don't really cater to the rentals. There are tons of cabin rental places in lake George. You stay at LG RV and have your buddies get a few cabins along the lake, then take the $1 trolly ride from the campground up to the town. Moose hillock is nice, but far from town ( no trolly) , all sites are separated ( bad for groups) ,no paved roads ( bad for bikes) , would be more suited for ppl with a golf cart and older kids. No idea about their rentals.
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Been to Lake George RV resort. Nicest place we've ever stayed......
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Old 08-25-2015, 02:23 PM   #8
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Love Lake George RV Park. It can be costly but if you want everybody together, the Park Model rentals are nice and the campground has amenities galore, including the aforementioned trolley, which also goes into downtown Lake George.

If you have kids, it is definitely the place to be.
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Old 08-26-2015, 09:19 PM   #9
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Lake George RV Park is walking distance from the "strip" of Lake George. They also run trollys to and from the main area of Lake George.

Moose Hillock is in Fort Ann, about 6 miles or do from Lake George "strip". Bigger sites but with gravel for sites AND almost all roads, unlike Lake George RV Park, which has asphalt.

Golf cart rentals at Moose Hillock, a bit hillier than Lake George RV Park.

Give them both a call regarding the cabin rentals, I think they fill up fast


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The family and I are in the beginning stages of a small family gathering in Lake George. My wife and I are the only ones with a camper. We are looking for a place that does 5th wheels plus trailer or cabin rentals. Would need at least two cabins or trailers. Any good experiences?
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Just got back from a trip to Lake George Rv Park. First of all, that area has so much to do. We went for a few days, but could have stayed there a week with plenty to do. Lake George Rv Park is very nice. We stayed on the East side in site 3. Great location. Close to indoor outdoor pool, theater and tennis courts right there.
Lake George is beautiful and a lot to do there. Several boat rides to choose from. We took the Minnie Ha Ha out at night for the fireworks show. I would probably do that when its light out though. After the fireworks you couldn't see much. Many places to rent kayaks, paddle boards, wave runners and boats. One spot that's really nice is the Sagamore Hotel.
I had asked on the forum for some of the things to do up there and didn't get much response so I thought I'd name a few. We'll be making our way back to that area again!
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