My family used to vacation in Lake George every year, however its been a long time since we've been able to do that. This August, I would like to bring my grandmother (80 yrs. young) back to the Lake, along with my two children (ages 4 and 6). My grandmother is in good health, but she does have some difficulty with walking distances and standing for long periods of time. I want to make sure before we go that there will still be things we can do. Beaches that involve walking down a steep hill will be out, as will any hikes or long walking excursions, but she would probably be OK with something like the Magic Forest, provided there were plenty of places to sit and take a rest. Any suggestions for things to do with my Gramma? This trip would mean the world to her. Also, any suggestions on places to stay? Marine Village looked promising. Thanks in advance!