Welcome to Warrensburg...
Tree-lined streets, historic 19th century homes,
and classic “Hometown” ambience.
busy, year-round community of about 4,000 residents
nestled in the foothills of the Adirondack
Mountains near Lake George, Warrensburg offers the best of both
worlds: a place to rejuvenate and relax at your
and Breakfast, and a place where numerous
activities and shops are just a short drive or a
short walk away.
Warrensburg offers plentiful
shopping and dining
opportunities. Antique shops abound, as well as gift
shops filled with
collectibles, jewelry, clothing, general
merchandise, sporting goods, a health food store and
groceries, and the nationally famous Oscar’s
Smokehouse where many B & Bs buy the chemical-free
bacon they serve for breakfast!
In autumn, Warrensburg is ablaze with the vibrant
colors of fall foliage. Cool nights and sunny days,
plus no crowds make this a preferred time of year
for many. Except, of course, on the weekend PRIOR to
the Columbus Day weekend, when Warrensburg becomes
the “World’s Largest Garage Sale.” For over 25 years
people have flocked to Warrensburg to pore over the
wares and widgets of more than 500 vendors and yard
sales. (Book early!)
trips are plentiful. Warrensburg is located just 10
minutes from beautiful Lake George.
Lake George is a lively town
filled with popular restaurants and nightclubs,
several Lake George boat cruises, and boat rentals,
history, a paved bike trail to Glens Falls, and
Adirondack hiking trails. A little further south are
Glens Falls, with its real gem of an art museum, The
Hyde Collection, and historic Saratoga Springs, with
its Performing Arts Center (Philadelphia Orchestra,
NYC Ballet), the famed thoroughbred race track,
mineral springs and spas, and a National Cemetery.
To the north of Warrensburg, in North Creek, is
Gore Mountain Ski Center offering
Adirondack skiing on
up to 68 trails ranging from beginner to expert, as
well as 12 cross country or snowshoeing trails.
During the summer months, Gore Mountain offers
numerous activities including mountain biking,
hiking, gondola rides and special events. North
Creek is also the terminus of the Upper Hudson River
Railroad offering excursion trips in three seasons.
Further north, in North River is Garnet Hill Ski
Touring Center, a popular cross country skiing
destination. Beyond that is the Smithsonian-quality
Adirondack Museum, at Blue Mountain Lake, a must-see
for a visit to the Adirondacks.