Rogers Rock State Park, New York

We found a nice state park on Lake George in the Adirondack Park Preserve. This will be a one-nighter as we are in speed up mode at the moment.


Rogers Rock - State Park, near Hague, NY: Site #257 (332 RV sites total) - This site has: water nearby. Campground Notes: flush toilets • showers • dump station available • lake/access • trails from campground • 415’ elevation. June 15th - 16th.

Overall Experience: smile


Rogers Rock State Park is a state park located near Hague, New York, in the Adirondack Mountains region. The park is situated on the eastern shore of Lake George and is named after Robert Rogers, a colonial ranger who used the rock outcropping as a lookout point during the French and Indian War.

Recreational Opportunities

The park offers a variety of recreational opportunities, including:

  • Hiking
  • Swimming
  • Fishing
  • Boating- Camping
  • Picnicking

The park has a boat launch and a dock, making it a popular destination for boaters and anglers. The lake is known for its clean and clear water, which makes it an excellent place for swimming and other water activities.

Hiking Trails

There are several hiking trails in the park, including the Rogers Rock Trail, which leads to a scenic overlook with stunning views of Lake George and the surrounding mountains.

Camping Options

The park also has a campground with 332 campsites, some of which are located directly on the shoreline.

Historical Significance

In addition to its natural beauty, Rogers Rock State Park has a rich history. The park is home to the Rogers Rock Historic Site, which features interpretive panels that tell the story of Robert Rogers and his role in the French and Indian War. The site also includes a picnic area and a trail that leads to the top of the rock outcropping where Rogers once stood watch.

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