Great Sacandaga Lake Vacations
Albany, the state capital, is roughly 40 miles (64 kilometers) southeast of Great Sacandaga Lake, while Syracuse is 100 miles (161 kilometers) to the west.
Step back in time at Johnson Hall State Historic Site; one of the most carefully preserved historic places in Great Sacandaga Lake. Read up about the site in your guide book, try to imagine what it was like in times gone by and learn about the events that shaped local history.
The Johnstown Historical Society is an excellent destination to go to discover the city’s compelling past. Admire the museum’s interesting displays and browse the ancient artifacts throughout this quiet space.
Expand your mind in Great Sacandaga Lake by spending some time at the Walter Elwood Museum. Wander the halls, browse the various exhibits, then ask around to locate some of the more eclectic museums in the area.
Spend some time at Great Sacandaga Lake’s historic fortifications and defenses for an insight into the region’s more turbulent times. Spend an hour or two at the Fort Johnstown, and check the displays for the legends about those who defended this settlement.