Along with the towering mountains and dense forests that scatter the Adirondacks follow some beautiful bodies of water great for a Fall boating trip. For example, Lake George provides 28,000 acres of water to roam on and has depths up to 200 feet deep. The Dockside Landing Marina on Lake George includes boat rentals and offers water sports activities including tubing, waterskiing, and wake-boarding. The marina also has a private condo that can be rented anytime throughout the year, which is a great vacation spot after the boat rentals end on Columbus day. Not to mention that for boat owners, the marina has many boat services like drive service and tune-ups. Lake George offers even more boating activities such as camping on the rentable islands or cliff jumping areas like Calf Pen. The nearby village, in addition, is a great area to shop, dine, or visit an arcade, and is also accessible by boat or car. Lake George is one of the key staples of the Adirondack boating community and should be a necessary visit for all interested in boating this upcoming Fall.