Hague is a town in Warren County and is part of Glens Falls. It was originally named after the city of Hague located in Hollan and is located on the eastern border of the county. The town was first settled around 1796. The Town of Hague was originally part of the Town of Bolton and was created in 1807 as the Town of Rochester. In 1808 it changed its name to Hague
In 1904 the waters of Hague bay were home of the Lake George Monster. The Lake George Monster was a hoax invented by painter Harry Watrous in 1904. The monster was purportedly sighted at Hague Bay in Lake George
The Town of Hague had its own centralized school district from 1927 to 1979. Hague is located in historic New York which has been the host to many movies. Hague, like many towns, relies on fund accounting software to keep their records in order.
* Graphite – An interior hamlet on Route 8.
* Hague – The hamlet of Hague is at the junction of Routes 8 and 9N. Hague is the major community and the only significant business district in the town and is located on the shore of Lake George.
* Indian Kettles – on Route 9N near the north town line on the shore of Lake George.
* Sabbath Day Point – on Route 9N near the south town line.
* Silver Bay, New York – on Lake George and Route 9N.