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Bolton - small in size, big in hospitality!

Bolton Town Hall
4949 Lake Shore Dr., P.O. Box 7
Bolton Landing NY 12814

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The Town of Bolton is located in the Adirondack Mountains of Upstate New York in the Adirondack Park and is nestled between the shores of Lake George on the East and the Schroon River to the West.  

Bolton is a beautiful upscale town with approximately 2000 year round residents. Bolton offers all kinds of outdoor activities from swimming and boating in crystal clear Lake George, to camping, picnicking, hiking on a multitude of trails, biking and golfing. One will also find restaurants, from delis to gourmet as well as all kinds of unique shops and accommodations from the Sagamore Resort to housekeeping cottages and Bed and Breakfasts.  Bolton boasts its own school for students from pre-K to seniors, a post office, library, museum, senior citizens club, town beaches, tennis courts, fire department and rescue squad, police department, health center, grocery store and more for year round living or just a quick vacation.

Interesting facts

  • The Town of Bolton consists of 84.3 square miles
  • Lake George is 32 miles long and flows north
  • Lake George is at its widest 2 miles and the deepest is 200’ feet
  • Some of the 172 islands on the lake are privately owned
  • Only one island is accessible by a bridge
  • Bolton became known as Bolton Landing as it was the place where the steamship landed
  • Bolton, as well as all of Lake George, was a major part of the French and Indian War and the Revolutionary War
  • The Town of Bolton was formed in 1799