A Spooky Guide to Lake George

It’s officially spooky season and we’ve got the complete rundown of all the can’t miss Halloween attractions in the Lake George area this October. Whether you like tricks or treats, we’ve got you covered with spooktacular activities from haunted ghost tours to tasty Halloween wine tastings. Read on for all the details…if you dare…

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Adirondack Winery Hallo-Wine Weekend

You won’t experience any tricks when you check out Adirondack Winery’s locations in Lake George, Bolton Landing, or Queensbury for a wine filled Halloween weekend. It’s all treats with a spooky Halloween themed tasting plate plus a discount on all their chocolate goodies. Wear your best costume and tag them while you’re there for a chance to wine a FREE case of wine! Click here to book your Hallo-Wine tasting!

 

 

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Haunted History Tours at Fort William Henry

If you think all the soldiers who fought battles at Fort William Henry are gone…think again. Plenty of spirits still roam the grounds of the fort, and this October you can pay them a visit. You’ll hear stories that have been passed down for hundreds of years and learn about your guide’s paranormal experiences. Click here to reserve your spot. If you get lucky, you might just even encounter your own ghost along the way…

 

 

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Fright Fest at Six Flags Great Escape

Experience scary good fun at Great Escape’s annual fright fest. You can enjoy family friendly fun during the day, but there’s no promises once the sun goes down. Keep your eye out for monsters and zombies around every corner and see if you dare to enter Great Escape’s infamous Haunted House. Click here to learn more about this frightful event.

 

 

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House of Frankenstein Wax Museum

Beware…the House of Frankenstein isn’t your average wax museum experience. You won’t want to enter alone, as there’s a monster around every corner. Horror fans can’t visit Lake George in October without a stop at this haunted wax museum. Click here to learn how you can enjoy this spooky Halloween activity.

 

 

There’s nothing scary about the Adirondack Wine and Food Festival, so make sure to visit Lake George and get your fix of tricks in now. Hopefully we’ll see you again in June for a weekend full of nothing but treats!