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The Festival Commons at Charles R. Wood Park, located at the southern end of historic Lake George, is an ideal location for your next event. With panoramic views of “The Queen of American Lakes,” event-goers can also take advantage of all that Lake George has to offer in terms of activities and sight-seeing, all within a very short walk from the grounds. The beauty and proximity of The Festival Commons at Charles R. Wood Park in Lake George offers something unique for each season and every occasion.

Warren County and the Village of Lake George, New York elected to designate 2.5 acres of the West Brook Conservation Initiative Project to a “Festival Space,” which would service as an economic engine for the park, as well as the Region. This centrally located space within the park has been designed to be flexible to host a variety of fee and non-fee based events. Whether it be large or small, this multi-purpose, modern event facility in Lake George, NY can host a multitude of functions, including: Theatre, Dance, Live Music, Re-enactments, Craft Fairs, Flea Markets, and Farmers Markets; Car Shows, Boat Shows, Motorcycle Shows, Holiday Festivals, Fundraisers, Corporate Functions, Press Events, and much more!

Adirondack Christkindlmarkt @ Charles R. Wood Park, West Brook Road, Lake George, NY, USA
Dec 7 – Dec 9 all-day
Adirondack Christkindlmarkt @ Charles R. Wood Park, West Brook Road, Lake George, NY, USA | Lake George | New York | United States
Please join us as we bring a longtime European tradition to the Adirondacks and make it our own! The German word Christkindlmarkt, pronounced Chris-kindel-mart, translates to Christmas Market in English. During this three-day, family friendly festival, we will start a new holiday tradition in Lake George, New York.
Family Activites | Local Artisans | Craft Beverages | Food Vendors  Horse-drawn carriages | Firepits | Pony Rides | Winter activities | Fireworks| Lasting memories 
December 7, 2018 — 3 to 8 p.m.
December 8, 2018 — 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
December 9, 2019 — 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.