Located about 50 miles north of Albany, Lake George is known internationally for its crystal-clear waters with a depth of up to 200 feet. It is considered to be among the clearest and cleanest large lakes in the world. Rich in natural and cultural history, Lake George is 32 miles long and up to 2.5 miles wide. Formed nearly 10,000 years ago by melting glaciers, the water clarity and scenic beauty of Lake George have been the key attributes of the Lake described by numerous writers over the years.
Chris Navitsky has been recognized as the 2005 Conservationist of the Year by the Adirondack Council and has been featured in publications such as Adirondack Life. He is a graduate from the SUNY - College of Environmental Science and Forestry at Syracuse University in environmental engineering and a licensed Professional Engineer in New York and Pennsylvania.
P.O. Box 591
Lake George, New York 12845