- a unique blend of striking scenic beauty, endless outdoor recreational opportunities and celebrated heritage.
The long peninsula of Willsboro Point provides a protected bay which is very popular docking with sailors.
Two full-service marinas on Willsboro Bay offer a chance to dine by the water. Or let Chef David treat you to a fantastic meal in town at the Turtle Island Café, which is rated as one of the area’s finest restaurants by the New York Times.
Noblewood Park offers sweeping views of Lake Champlain, Vermont’s Green Mountains, the Boquet River, and the Adirondacks. Here visitors have plentiful opportunities for bird watching, canoeing, swimming, and camping while taking in the spectacular scenery of the Champlain Valley.
For a true Adirondack experience, enjoy a quiet stay off the beaten path at Long Pond Cabins, which feature a private sandy beach and options for getting on the water. No visit to Willsboro would be complete without a visit to Adsit Cabin, reputed to be one of the oldest surviving log cabins in the country. Built in the late 1700s by a veteran of the American Revolution, the tiny cabin housed a family of sixteen.
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