The pristine lake. The gorgeous mountains. The surrounding beauty of the Adirondacks. Who wouldn’t want to get married in the incredible Lake George area?
You could get married on a boat, in a barn, in a historical building – even at The Great Escape Lodge! If you’re in the midst of planning for your big day, you’ll especially want to check out these seven unique and romantic wedding venues in the Lake George region.
Lake George Steamboat Company’s Boat Weddings
When you think of your Lake George wedding, do you picture yourself getting married on the actual lake? Because you can! The Lake George Steamboat Company offers two different ways to get married on the lake, on the Lac du Saint Sacrement or on the Mohican.
The Lac du Saint Sacrement is the largest cruise ship on the inland waters of New York State with two full-length, enclosed, climate-controlled interior decks and two open-air decks. This boat can accommodate parties as large as 350 for a formal dinner, or a cocktail party for up to 1,000. The Mohican is available for on-site pick up at various locations around the lake, and this boat can handle up to 120 for a buffet dinner or up to 300 for a cocktail party.
Fort William Henry Hotel
Many may not realize that Lake George holds an important place in history, and this is especially apparent at the Fort William Henry Hotel. If you want your wedding to take place at a venue steeped in history, this may be the place for you! At the Fort William Henry Hotel, located right in the Village, you can combine the beauty of the Lake George area with the historical significance of the hotel and property. Get married outside overlooking the southern basin of Lake George or inside in their expansive ballroom.
The Barn at Lord Howe Valley
Located at the northern tip of Lake George in Ticonderoga is the The Barn at Lord Howe Valley, a stunning wedding barn unlike any other barn venue you’ve seen before. This is a spacious 6,000-square-foot barn – you don’t have to compromise on the size of your wedding just because you have your heart set on a barn venue! In addition, there is a bridal barn with separate bride and groom suites for your use prior to the ceremony. The barn is located on 77 acres that offer prime photo opportunities and the whole property is fenced in with gorgeous white Kentucky-style fencing.
Grand Mohican Ballroom at The Great Escape Lodge
Yes, it’s true – you can get married at the Six Flags Great Escape Lodge in Queensbury! You and your guests can enjoy the rustic Adirondack Lodge, the huge indoor water park, and even a spa. The ballroom is 4,800 square feet and is located right near their courtyard area, where you could hold your ceremony. Make your wedding an event to remember when you get married at the location of so much fun and joy for those in the Lake George area.
The Fern Lodge
Weddings come in all shapes and sizes, and if you’re looking for an intimate and romantic venue, The Fern Lodge is the place for you! Perfect for petite weddings and elopements, this venue prides itself on giving its guests a magical experience that they will never forget. The private, lakefront estate has breathtaking views of gardens and Friends Lake that can provide the ideal backdrop for a ceremony or reception.
The Lodge on Echo Lake
Celebrate the momentous occasion of your wedding with some rustic elegance at The Lodge on Echo Lake in Warrensburg. From outdoor lake views to a 6,000-square-foot indoor facility, this venue offers plenty of unique options and features customizable services year-round. The venue can even provide private cottages for guests, on-site catering, and more. The Lodge will work with you to create and personalize a wedding that is perfect for you!
The Inn at Erlowest
This unique and elegant mansion is one of the most romantic venues in the region. The Inn at Erlowest was once a private residence that has since been turned into a luxurious Inn that overlooks the beautiful waters of Lake George. Ceremony venue options include a courtyard, a grassy area overlooking the lake, a large ballroom, and more. The turn-of-the-century castle venue hosts both large and intimate weddings, and also offers accommodations to guests.