Dockside Landing also offers wave runner rentals, camping supplies, tubes and skis, live bait and fish gear, cold drinks and snacks, ice cream and candy, boat and jet ski rentals and gas.
For more information call 543-8888 or go online at www.lakegeorgeboats.com
Those who like their excitement on land can check out Adirondack Ural at 6384 Route 9 in Chestertown. It offers a full line of scooters, motorcycles, utility all-terrain vehicles and sport ATVs.
For information call Adirondack Ural at 494-5801 or go online at www.adirondackural.com
Those looking for a slower pace may want to try a round of golf at the Ticonderoga Country Club, located on the Hague Road just south of Ticonderoga.
Ticonderoga Country Club - which includes Emerald's Restaurant - is an important part of the community.
This summer TCC will host charity tournaments for the Ti Kiwanis, Ronald McDonald House, the Dan Padula Memorial Fund, the Ticonderoga High School Alumni Association, the Silver Bay Association, the Ti Knights of Columbus, the Ti Elks, the Mike Vigliotti Scholarship, the John Kazlo Memorial Scholarship and the Ticonderoga High School boys basketball program.
TCC is also home to the Ticonderoga, St. Mary's School and Crown Point school golf teams - at no charge.
The club also offers free golf clinics each season open to the public.
Ticonderoga Country Club offers nine memberships available ranging in price from $150 to $1,820.
Daily greens fees, ranging from $16.50 to $37.
For information call Ti CC at 585-2801.
If the weather won't cooperate, people can always find fun indoors at Adirondack Lanes.
Located on the Hague Road in Ticonderoga, the bowling alley is fully air conditioned and open every day, except Tuesday. It offers Rock 'n Bowl on Saturday nights.
Adirondack Lanes is also home to Ticonderoga's Off Track Betting.
The Adirondack Buffalo Company, owned and operated by Dorreen and Steve Ossenkop, nestled in the heart of the Adirondack mountains in North Hudson, is home to a herd of about 40 American Bison or buffalo as they are commonly called.