Summer on the Coast
Summertime in the Lake Champlain Region brings with it celebrations, festivals, historic re-enactments and so much more. From festive celebrations to historical offerings with a seasonal twist, the events along Lake Champlain will be sure to keep you occupied during a weekend outing or lengthier stay. It’s never too early to plan your summer getaway and find out what events might be going on at the same time!
hosts numerous historical events and re-enactments throughout the summer.
Farmers markets dot the region offering locally produced foods and wares from the numerous farms and producers that call the Lake Champlain Region home. You’re bound to find a market somewhere in the region just about every day of the week during the summer months.
Stay in May
In May our area attractions open for the season - Fort Ticonderoga, Ausable Chasm
and most all the historic museums
are ready to welcome the season’s visitors with exciting new programs, events and activities.
Crown Point Historic Site holds its annual Memorial Day Celebration on May 26-27, while Penfield Museum in Crown Point opens it’s doors with the much anticipated pancake breakfast in early June.
Come visit in June & July
The last week in June is strawberry season on the Adirondack Coast, so look for strawberry festivals popping up as these beautiful, sweet red fruits are harvested.
July brings Independence Day celebrations galore. You’ll find a celebration in just about every town in the region with events from parades and concerts to gala fireworks.
Plan a Trip
This is just the beginning and a sampling, browse the calendar below to see what events you might find during your next stay. Then click on the Staying Here tab to find the right lodging
for your vacation.