Little towns but a lot of history

The Lake Champlain Region is comprised of the historic towns of Keeseville/Chesterfield, Willsboro, Essex, Lewis, Elizabethtown, Westport, Port Henry/Moriah, Crown Point, and Ticonderoga. Our towns may be little, but they pack a lot of action, activities, events, and history into a small package.

A man and woman snowshoe through ruins of a revolutionary war fort in the snow.

These charming towns offer a variety of accommodations and restaurants, fun and historic attractions, and arts and culture. All of them boast endless scenic views of the Adirondacks, Lake Champlain, and the Green Mountains of Vermont.

Ausable Chasm in the snow with rushing water below.

The towns of the Adirondack Coast were founded centuries ago, and each has its own unique story. Self-guided walking tours are available that take participants to well-preserved original buildings and structures. Click the links below to learn more about our communities.


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