Thank you for sailing with us in 2022.

We look forward to serving you in 2023.

Holiday Gift Certificate Sale!

Get Bonus Gift Certificates worth an additional 20%

For each dollar spent, get an additional 20% added!

Example:  Purchase a $50 gift certificate and you receive $60.  Buy a $100 certificate and get $120 value.

Tuesday, November 29th through Friday, December 16th

You can purchase your holiday bonus gift certificates via telephone at 518.668.5777 ext .4

or online at:

Shop.Lakegeorgesteamboat.com


Safety first!

We strongly suggest mask wearing for non-vaccinated patrons.


 

Plan your special event on the boats!
Birthdays, weddings,

 and other celebrations are simply more
fun out on the lake!

 


 

minne ha ha one hour cruises

The Minne Ha Ha says “See you in May!”

 


 

   

Sunset Dinner or Sightseeing Cruises

Sunday Champagne Brunch or Sightseeing Cruises

Islands of the Narrows Cruises

Saint Luncheon or Sightseeing Cruises

Mohican Noon Cruises

Midday Luncheon Cruises

Minne 1 Hour Paddlewheel Cruises

Mohican Islands of the Narrows Cruises

Saturday Lunch or Sightseeing Cruises

The ticket office is open daily from
9am – 3pm
518-668-5777, ext. 4 for information.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “I wanted to share with you and the crew because with this pandemic, it is tough [with] a special needs child…

 

Everyone has been so kind and understanding, especially the crew of the Minne Ha Ha.

 

I want to send my sincere and heartfelt thanks to all of you for making my life so much easier and for making my daughter not only a part of society, but making her happy to experience life and the beauty of Lake George like we all see it.”
– R.F., Lake George Steamboat Co. customer.

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WE ARE HAVING A CYBER MONDAY SALE FOR ALL GIFT CERTIFICATES TODAY!!When you purchase any gift certificate from our online store, you will get 25% added value FREE!!So if you spend $25 on a gift certificate your total value will be $31.25!So visit our online shop anytime today until 9am tomorrow morning for this deal:https://shop.lakegeorgesteamboat.com/.../gift-certificates ... See MoreSee Less
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Who else caught a familiar looking truck in tonight’s light up the Village Christmas fire truck parade? ... See MoreSee Less
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WE ARE HAVING A CYBER MONDAY SALE FOR ALL GIFT CERTIFICATES THIS MONDAY STARTING AT 9AM!!When you purchase any gift certificate from our online store, you will get 25% added value FREE!!So if you spend $25 on a gift certificate you will get one for $31.25!So visit our online shop anytime this upcoming Monday after 9am:https://shop.lakegeorgesteamboat.com/collections/gift-certificatesBut act quick, this deal ends on Tuesday (Nov. 29) at 9am! ... See MoreSee Less
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So since we never had an official Throwback Thursday post, we will combine that with a Fun Fact Friday!Today we will share a bit of unknown history about the famous Bloody Pond!If you grew up in Lake George, you know the story of Bloody Pond:On the evening of September 8th, 1755, Nathaniel Folsom’s company of the New Hampshire Provincial Regiment and the New York Provincials under Captain McGennis discovered Native American and Canadian troops in the region and the resulting fight took the lives of between 200 and 300 men. Their bodies were then rolled into the pond staining the water a deep red, and forever branding it with the name of Bloody Pond.Now... What you dont know is that the pond labeled 'Bloody Pond' MIGHT NOT BE THE POND WHERE THIS TOOK PLACE!!There were actually 3 ponds in this little area, but back the 1930's a man by the name of Del Hammond owned the area around ponds, including a large portion of French Mountain, where he built a rope-tow ski area. Del also owned a large camp site around here and apparently he threw all his trash into 2 of the ponds and then filled them in when they got full.So the state chose to mark the last surviving pond as THE pond where this occurred, by default....Another lil fun fact about Del Hammond?He was also the gentleman who built the steel pier!The steel sheets that you see around the pier today were pounded into place by Del back in 1954!Hope that everyone has themselves a great weekend! ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy Thanksgiving everyone!!Hope you all get plenty of turkey and enjoying some great times with some friends and family and loved ones! ... See MoreSee Less
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The days around Thanksgiving are the busiest travel days of the year!!So if you are traveling for this years holiday, be prepared for delays and traffic and cancellations. But most importantly be SAFE and remember, your family will forgive you if you arrive late!Better safe than sorry!Speaking of traveling, we are only in the office until 12pm today and the office will be closed until Monday morning! ... See MoreSee Less
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