Located on the western side of Lake George, Bolton Landing is both a popular destination for tourists and a family-friendly place to live. It's perfect for those who want to enjoy the amenities that come with living in a tourist area without the hustle and bustle of a typical tourist town. There are plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy here year-round.
If you're looking for a safe, quiet place to live and want to be just a short drive away from bigger cities, this community may be the perfect place for you.
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A small town with a population of 509, Bolton Landing offers residents a sparse, suburban feel. It is home to many families as well as retirees. Many people who live here are educated, with 60% having attended at least some college. Demographics in this community are mostly white (73.7%), black or African American (20.6%), and Hispanic (5.67%). The median age is 41.7 and there are more men living here than women (56.2% vs. 43.8%).
The median home value is $268,400 which is significantly higher than the national average of $184,700. Approximately 54.4% of people who live here own their homes. The 45.6% who rent enjoy a lower-than-average rental cost ($850 vs. $949). Browse the newest real estate listings in Bolton Landing, NY.
Bolton Landing is served by the Bolton Central School, which has approximately 249 students in grades pre-kindergarten through 12. There are also several nearby colleges and universities including Adirondack Community College, Castleton State College, Skidmore College, and SUNY Empire State. The town has a 96% high school graduation rate, which is 16% higher than the national average and 17% higher than the state of New York as a whole. School test scores are also 51% higher than the U.S. average. Find homes in Bolton Landing by school district.
The median household income in Bolton Landing is $63,328. There are approximately 86 businesses in the town and 58.10% of the population is working. The largest industries in the community are accommodation and food services, arts, entertainment and recreation, and real estate, rental, and leasing.
There's certainly no shortage of things to do in Bolton Landing. It's a hot spot for an array of outdoor activities including skiing, hiking, and biking. There are also many unique shops, public beaches, a butterfly farm, and even an extreme adventure course. Residents and visitors also enjoy a wide variety of dining options. Some other popular attractions include the Bolton Landing Brewing Company, the Adirondack Winery Tasting Room, and the Bolton Landing Farmer's Market.
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