Quality Inn Lake George
57 Canada Street
Lake George, NY 12845
Phone: (518) 668-3525
Fax: (518) 668-3598
57 Canada Street, Lake George, NY, US, 12845
- Phone: (518) 668-3525
- Fax: (518) 668-3598
This company offers trolley rides around Lake George, and one may look for the blue and white trolley signs throughout village that indicate pick up and drop off points on the route.
The eminent First Presbyterian Church is located at Glens Falls, Warren County, in New York. Constructed in 1927, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Established on a land area of less than one acre, the church building is a predominantly a stone and Neo-Gothic style church in a cruciform plan. Structured and designed by celebrated architect Ralph Adams Cram, it is a monumental structure in Warren County. The church works to spread faith, love and spirituality along with biblical values through its varied programs and worship services.
Established in 1980, East Field is a baseball ground that has been attracting thousands of fans and followers. The ground is a prominent and a famous one because it has been a home ground to some of the most popular and top teams of the city. These include Glens Falls White Sox, Tigers, Northeast League and so on. Many college and university leagues also take place here. The ground has a total capacity of 7,000 with comfortable seats and free parking. You can also find a souvenir stand here along with one for snacks and drinks.
Fort Edward-Glens Falls Amtrak Station is a historic train station that dates back to 1840. Formerly a depot of Delaware and Hudson Railroad, it has been re-constructed and replaced several times and now is used as an Amtrak Station. A part of the National Register of Historic Places, it is equipped with modern amenities like parking and payphone.
The US Post Office-Whitehall is a historic building situated in Whitehall, New York. The red brick structure was built in 1937 under Louis Simon in the Colonial Revival style of architecture. A mural named Settlement of Skenesborough by Alex Horn is featured inside the building. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1989.