Welcome to Hague, and our blog

Hello and welcome to our brand new blog, which we hope you’ll find informative as well as entertaining. We encourage you to post your comments below. If you’ve visited Hague in the past, what did you like best? What are your fondest memories? If you’ve never been here, do you have questions about the town or area? What would you like to read about in future blog postings? We have a lot of ideas, but we also want to hear yours.
To get started, let me tell you a bit about Hague: We are a small town in northeastern New York, located on the shores of beautiful Lake George in the Adirondack Mountains. It would be hard to find a more perfect place to vacation with friends and family. And, for me, it’s the perfect place to live.
We offer a wide variety of attractions and activities year round: marinas with boat rentals, quaint gift shops, two general stores and a variety of accommodations ranging from B&Bs to motels to waterfront resorts. Whatever your tastes are in food, you’re likely to find it at our restaurants, from burgers and steak to seafood and vegetarian dishes and more.
In the warmer seasons, you can enjoy hiking and biking on our trails or set out on a charter fishing adventure. In the winter, we offer snowmobile and cross-country ski trails, some of which are even lit at night. But don’t just take my word for what a special place this is. Come see for yourself, and start creating your own memories.
We hope to see you soon in Hague, where the people are friendly, the lake is idyllic and life is good — all year round!!!
Tom Haskell, President
Hague Chamber of Commerce

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One Response to “Welcome to Hague, and our blog”

  1. Doug Stone says:

    Your second paragraph says it all. Have been coming to Hague regularly since about 1952 and its been great every time. Dottie Henry is my aunt so your local readers will understand my connection.. Still torn about the loss of “The Cave” , but it seemed nice when I was around 20.The more things change, the more they stay the same in Hague. Keep it up. Doug Stone

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