Fort Edward–Glens Falls Station (FED)

Explore the Adirondacks by taking Amtrak to Fort Edward-Glens Falls (FED).

The Fort Edward-Glens Falls Station, a Victorian style brick building that was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2000, serves as the gateway not only to Lake George, but to the entire Adirondack Region. The Adirondack Park, which encompasses more than six million acres, is the largest protected park in the contiguous United States. Pristine forests and stunning lakes are situated among the 46 impressive high peaks. Skiing at Whiteface or Gore Mountains or visiting the Olympic Village in Lake Placid are popular tourist pastimes. In the small city of Glens Falls, tour the Hyde Collection or check out the many art galleries scattered throughout the city. 

Fort Edward-Glens Falls (FED)
  • ATM not available
  • No elevator
  • No payphones
  • No Quik-Trak kiosks
  • No restrooms
  • Unaccompanied child travel not allowed
  • No vending machines
  • No WiFi
  • Arrive at least 30 minutes prior to departure
  • Amtrak Express shipping not available
  • No checked baggage service
  • No checked baggage storage
  • Bike boxes not available
  • No baggage carts
  • Ski bags not available
  • No bag storage
  • Shipping boxes not available
  • No baggage assistance
  • No dedicated accessible parking
  • Parking is available
  • 4 short-term parking spaces
  • 10 long-term parking spaces
  • No parking attendant
  • No payphones
  • Accessible platform
  • No restrooms
  • No accessible ticket office
  • No accessible waiting room
  • No accessible water fountain
  • No dedicated accessible parking
  • No high platform
  • No wheelchair
  • Wheelchair lift available
  • No station waiting room hours for this location