Fun in 2020 – Free Fall Sunset/Dinner Cruise aboard the Lac du Saint Sacrement for Seasonal Campers

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Free Fall Sunset/Dinner/Dancing Cruise aboard the Lac du Saint Sacrement for Seasonal Campers in 2020

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Seasonal Campers only! Free! Come join us for a night of Fun, Dinner and Dancing aboard the Lac du Saint Sacrement on Saturday, September 19th, 2020. Boarding starts at 4:30 pm. 2 hours of fun and live entertainment. Ship returns to the dock at 7:30 pm. This Sunset/Dinner cruise offers a Buffet style Dinner prepared fresh daily offering a beautiful salad bar, soup, 3 hot entrees: chicken, fish and vegetarian, meat and cheese, a carving station, assorted breads and rolls, non alcoholic beverages and a delicious dessert. (Cash bar available)

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After dining, relax in your seat or head topside to enjoy the fresh air on the outer decks. Cruise by beautiful mountain wilderness areas on the crystal clear waters of Lake George. The Saint’s dining room is climate controlled for your comfort. The live entertainer and Captain will narrate different historic aspects of beautiful Lake George. This is a free, privately chartered trip for only the 2020 seasonal campers of Warrensburg Travel Park & Riverfront Campground and Medcalf Acres Riverfront Campground, sponsored by the owners. This will be a Blast!

The ship can only handle 340 passengers for our Sunset/Dinner Cruise. Invitations will be sent out soon. Any questions, please call or text Karl at

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. Limited to 2 adults (21 and older) per Seasonal Site. If you need more details, call Karl. Once we have reached the maximum capacity there will be no seats left, so don’t delay. Book now! If you have to cancel once booked, just let us know so someone else might be able to go. No cash value. We have a potential total of 480 campers, so don’t delay as the ship can only handle 340 maximum. Parking available across the street from the ships. Disabled parking is next to the ship. Casual attire. No outside alcohol or food allowed! Your best behavior is appreciated! Bartenders reserve the right to refuse beverage service to anyone who, in their best judgment, is intoxicated. Any unlawful conduct (including unlawful substance abuse, fighting or underage alcohol consumption), as well as unruly, unsafe or dangerous behavior by any passenger, as determined in the sole and absolute discretion of the Captain of the vessel, may be cause for cruise termination, without refund. Please have fun and be safe!

The 190 ft. Lac du Saint Sacrement is the largest cruise ship on the inland waters of NY State. She has 2 full-length, enclosed, climate controlled interior decks and 2 open air decks.

 

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Cruising by the Sagamore Hotel

 

Did you know these facts about Lake George?

…that the body of water commonly known as Lake George has an approximate area of 28,200 acres, an elevation of 322 feet, a maximum depth of over 200 feet, a length of 32 miles, a maximum width of almost 4 miles, about 44 square miles of surface area, almost 20% of its water from underground springs, and a surprising 8 years to exchange its volume of water. Since the lake flows south to north, the northern end in Ticonderoga becomes the LaChute River and gradually drops around 215 feet into Lake Champlain.
…that Lake George was formed about 10,000 years ago when a melting glacier blocked an ancient river bed which headed south from the Northwest Bay Brook to Bolton to the Hudson River and another river flowing north from the Narrows area into Lake Champlain. With no escape, the waters from the two rivers rose & created the “Queen of American Lakes.”
…that Lake George contains approximately 186 islands, 154 of which are state-owned with about 50 available for camping and some 30 plus that are privately owned.
…that the outlet of Lake George which is linked to Lake Champlain has been known as the “La Chute River,” drops 220 feet over a series of falls spread along its mile-long length.
…that Lake George has no rival in this country for beauty and historical associations and commands a distinct absence of commerce and manufacturing on its shores.
…that Lake George Village was originally named Caldwell, after its founder, James Caldwell, who also provided lodging at his log tavern located on land that is now Shepard Park.
…that Lake George Village, which is the hub of exciting tourism events and activities, is located at the southern most point of the world-class body of water proudly and lovingly referred to as the “Queen of American Lakes,” due to its sparkly clear waters and unforgettable vistas.
…that Lake George was featured in a spectacular two page full color spread in the New York Times and mentioned on the Wall Street Journal Report’s “Family Destination Segment” and was voted number 5 out of 20 in “Boater’s World” for favorite family boater destination!!!! And that’s not all: Lake George was rated #1 in the East and #5 in the country as a “desirable family vacation destination,” as reported in Smart Money Magazine. Further, that a survey by over 5000 Harley Davidson motorcyclists selected the Lake George Region as on of the best vacation areas in the U.S. in part for its scenic roads, recreation, mountain lakes, streams as well as lodging, dining, and affordability.

 

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Cruising on Lake George

…that The 17 mile Warren County Bikeway – which joggers, cyclists, walkers, and any other mode of non-octane movement may traverse from Lake George to Fort Edward – now has signage highlighting historical attractions with maps, photos, and paintings, all for the purpose of acknowledging and honoring the heritage of Warren County.
…that “Diamond Island.” located three miles north of Lake George Village, was named for the beautiful quartz crystals which were found there and mistaken for diamonds.
…that Lake George has its own underwater park. The Submerged Heritage Preserves is a series of shipwrecks which lie at the bottom of the lake. During the French & Indian War, the British deliberately sank hundreds of their boats in Lake George in order to avoid their capture. Today the park is a popular site for divers. Bateau Below, a group dedicated to documenting & researching these shipwrecks, has attained recognition for the site as a national landmark.
…that Lake George was featured in a spectacular two page full color spread in the New York Times and mentioned on the Wall Street Journal Report’s “Family Destination Segment” and was voted number 5 out of 20 in “Boater’s World” for favorite family boater destination!!!! And that’s not all: Lake George was rated #1 in the East and #5 in the country as a “desirable family vacation destination,” as reported in Smart Money Magazine. Further, that a survey by over 5000 Harley Davidson motorcyclists selected the Lake George Region as on of the best vacation areas in the U.S. in part for its scenic roads, recreation, mountain lakes, streams as well as lodging, dining, and affordability.
…that the Lake George Region was acknowledged in the July 1999 issue of SMART MONEY Magazine as one of eight “best family destination areas” in the country out of more than 200 communities throughout the nation. Judging was based on close proximity to the Adirondack Mountains, Saratoga thoroughbred race track, the area’s colonial and revolutionary history, and amusement parks and attractions. Judging criteria also weighed in on lodging accommodations, family activities, regional scenery, proximity to major metropolitan areas, local educational values, and finally; things to do on a rainy day.
…that the Lake George Region was selected as one of the best vacation areas in the U.S. according to a recent survey of over 5000 Harley- Davidson motorcyclists across the country. This was due in large part not only for its scenic roadways, but also for its recreational facilities, beauty of the mountains, lakes, and streams as well as lodging, dining and affordability.
…that the Lake George Region (specifically our Warren County) has more beds available to accommodate travelers and visitors to the area than any other county in New York State, except New York City.

Hope to see you at the party of the Year!

 

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