Town of Dresden, Washington County, New York

One of the Most Beautiful Towns in the Adirondacks.
The Town of Dresden is located in northern Washington county in New York's beautiful Adirondack park. Bordered by Lake George on the west and Lake Champlain on the east, Dresden is located on State Route 22 which runs north and south through the town.

Places to Visit.
There are many interesting places to visit and explore in the Town of Dresden. Come and visit and see for yourself.
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Hike Black Mountain, the highest peak on Lake George

Breathtaking views await you of the entire northern portion of Lake George, including the island-dotted Narrows to the south, the spectacular Anthony's Nose and Rogers' Slide farther to the north. You'll also see the many jagged peaks of Tongue Mountain looming across the lake on this fun day hike.

Spend a warm summer day at the Washington County park on Lake George

The Washington county beach at Huletts Landing is the only free public beach on Lake George in Washington county. During the summer months, the park is open 7 days a week from 8 a.m to 8 p.m. and the beach is open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sit on the beach, play tennis or reserve the outside pavillon area for a family get-together.

Boat or Fish in Lake Champlain

Enjoy the great South Bay of Lake Champlain as you cast your fishing line from the John A. Brooks Memorial South Bay Fishing Pier. The DEC also maintains a public boat launch site on Route 22 for those trailering their boat to Lake Champlain.

About Us

Dresden, Washington County, New York
Dresden is located within the Adirondack Park in upstate New York. It is defined with Lake George on the west and Lake Champlain, Vermont and the town of Whitehall on the east. The southern border of Dresden abuts Fort Ann N.Y and the south basin of Lake Champlain. The northern border is shared with the town of Putnam, N .Y.

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