Waterways

Trying to beat the summer heat? Our county is home to plenty of waterways for you to explore.

Washington County offers many exciting opportunities to fish a large variety of marine life. We also offer a variety of locations ranging in difficulty and depth for you to get out on the water! Go out in your own boat, rental boat, or a canoe or kayak. Our waters include lakes, rivers, canals and ponds so take a dip in our fresh, clean waters. Experience a secluded part of Lake George at Washington County Park in Huletts Landing, or its sister park at Lake Lauderdale in the town of Jackson.

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Camp Little Notch

Situated on 443 acres of pristine wilderness with an 80-acre private lake, Camp Little Notch in Fort Ann is an Adirondack summer camp that features traditional camp sessions for girls ages 8-17 and specialty camps for girls ages 13 and up.
Address:
744 Sly Pond Road, Fort Ann, New York, United States 12827
Phone: 5187939700

Huletts Park

Washington County's public park on Lake George at Huletts Landing in the Town of Dresden. 2021 Schedule June 26th - September 6th open 7 days a week Hours Picnic Area: 8am – 8pm Beach: 11am – 7pm (lifeguards on duty at this time) Park Features Basketball, volleyball, horseshoes, swings, tennis courts ($4/hour for reserved court time), swimming and a dock for launching canoes, kayaks or small hand carried boats. General Admission: FREE
Address:
6303 Sunset Bay Rd, Huletts Landing, NY, USA, New York, United States 12841
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Learn The History Of Washington County

 

Washington County is rich with historic sites, museums and landmarks from Battle Hill in Fort Ann, a significant battle of the Revolutionary War, to the Fort House Museum in Fort Edward that exhibits hundreds of thousands of artifacts and exhibits that chronicle the history of Washington County.

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