Welcome to Queensbury
Queensbury was founded in 1786, and is Warren County's oldest community. Named in the honor of Queen Charlotte of Great Britain and Ireland. Queensbury is the home to many parks, great schools, and the Warren County Bike trail.
There are many options for transportion in Queensbury. The Greater Glens Falls Transit bus system has many stops within Queensbury. During the summer months, you are able to catch a trolley to bring you throughout Queensbury's main attrations and up to Lake George.
Life in Queensbury
Queensbury has many great traits to make it an extraordinary town to live in. Queensbury offers many different housing developments ranging from luxury to moderate homes that offer a sparse suburban feeling.
Within the town of Queensbury there are plenty of different shopping and restuarants locations including the Aviation Mall, Ninety-Nine restaurant, Texas Roadhouse and more. If Queensbury does not have what you are looking for, it is centrally located within 15 minutes of Saratoga Springs and Lake George.
Recreation Around Queensbury
Queensbury has many activities for the whole family throughout the
year. During the summer months, you can enjoy soft served ice cream at Martha's, and spend the day at Six Flags Great Escape.
West Mountain offers 31 different trails for snow boarding and skiing during the winter months, and is also open during warmer months for hiking trails.
As the weather starts to cool down and we move into Fall, Queensbury has the annual balloon festivial. The sky fills with hundreds of different shaped and colored balloon throughout the week.
Located in Queensbury is two major medical device manufacturers, CR Bard and Angiodynamics that offer an abundance of job opportunities.
SUNY Adirondack is also located in Queensbury, and is a great community college that just recently added dorms to their campus. The college is home to 4,000 students from around the state and the world.
The Cote Insurance Agency, protecting and representing customers in the Capital Region and across New York since 1944