Visit the Lake Champlain Region

Welcome to Lake Champlain

Crisp air, stunning views!

As the winter air sweeps its way across the Adirondack Coast, family-fun outdoor activities and events abound. Whether you want to hike or ski the scenic trails, paddle or ride with an amazing mountainous backdrop, drop a lure through the ice, or discover our history, we have you covered! 

If wilderness is what you're after, the Lake Champlain Region is a great place to base your vacation. There are dozens of trails that range from flat to steep to explore, so you can opt to take a leisurely snowshoe trek to a secluded pond or spend the day climbing to a summit view and backcountry skiing back to the base.

Do you prefer the water? Lake Champlain is known as a fishing paradise and has been rated as a top-10 place to cast your lure by world-renowned bass fishermen and women. Why not hire a guide and cast a line? It doesn't matter that it's covered in ice, we just move our location from boats to ice shanties!

There are miles and miles of beautiful shoreline to coast along while taking in the expansive and breathtaking views. Whether you choose to skate it, ski it, or simply take in the views from the warmth of your vehicle, the Lake Champlain Region is an awesome destination for your next getaway.

Of course, no matter how you choose to enjoy your vacation, be sure to finish your day off at one of Lake Champlain's dining gems before tucking in to our cozy accommodations.

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You can stay in the midst of it all in a cozy bed and breakfast, hotel, or lodge. Be sure to check out the available lodging options! 

The Lake Champlain Region's attractions and events

The region's attractions transform with the seasons, so there are always new events to enjoy, whether you're traveling as a family, as a couple, or with friends. For those who enjoy history there are a variety of events, including those at historic Fort Ticonderoga.

Visit NY's Adirondack Coast and catch a play reading, live music, a history lecture, or a battle reenactment along the lakeshore.



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