Outdoor Activities

Lake Champlain may be best-known as the sixth largest freshwater lake in the United States, but it should come as no surprise that its fabulous location also lends itself to myriad outdoor activites.

Check out our great lake

Whether you're into trolling the beautiful waters of Lake Champlain or settling into a cozy ice shanty along the Adirondack Coast — we're known for our boating, fishing, skating, and swimming!

Coast into adventure

Adventure seekers visit the Lake Champlain Region for paddling, hiking, and climbing in the warm months, and cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and fat tire biking in the colder months. As the seasons change, so does our gear, from hiking to a mountain stream to ice fishing and ice skating, there are endless options for year-round outdoor activities in the Lake Champlain Region. 

Why not stay for awhile? Go camping with family and friends or book a room for the night. The area offers tons of activities to keep you busy during the day while you get out in the fresh air and see the breathtaking views of the Adirondack Mountains that border Lake Champlain!

Leave No Trace

The magic of the Adirondacks is the result of previous generations taking a long view and protecting the mountains, lakes, and rivers within the Blue Line. That tradition continues today as we support and encourage everyone to practice Leave No Trace ethics, which help protect the lands and waters of the Adirondacks.

 

Clear Pond

Paddling

Clear Pond is as quiet a pond as you will find anywhere, and although many hikers use the trails surrounding the pond, very few access it by boat. Use the area trails to extend...

Location: 
763 Putts Pond Road, Ticonderoga, 12883
Barn Rock Summit Spur

This easy-to-follow spur trail leaves the Barn Rock Bay Trail roughly 0.25 mile from the...

Location: 
Lake Shore Road, Westport, 12993
Sophie's Lair Trail

(2 mi loop, easy) Trailhead on Essex Road, 3 mi north of Essex. Trail through field and then woods with two loops and a connection to Florence Hathaway Park Trail

Location: 
Essex Road, Essex, 12936
Mill and Murray Ponds

Paddling

How to Get There: From the intersection of County Route 6 and 7 in Mineville, follow County Route 7 toward Elizabethtown. Continue for about 3 miles to a faint dirt access road...

Location: 
County Route 7, Mineville, 12956
Woods & Swale Trail

Wonderful outing through an old forest and a pine plantation, then follows the border of the wetlands before traversing the side of a hill.

1.5 mile RT, easy, can return by reversing the...

Location: 
Sherman Road, Westport, 12993
Hammond & Bloody Pond Trail

Hammond and Bloody Pond Trail. It's an easy 2 miles round trip to Hammond Pond, and 3.8 miles round trip to Bloody Pond. 

The trailhead is shared with the Challis Pond Trail. The trail...

Location: 
6482 Main Street
POB 193, Westport, 12993
Berrymill Pond

Hiking

How to get there

From the intersection of Route 9N, Route 22 and Route 74 in Ticonderoga follow Route 74 toward Schroon Lake. Continue for just under 5 miles to Putts Pond...

Location: 
Putts Pond Rd, Ticonderoga, 12883
Port Henry's Champ Beach Park

Swimming

It's a small town beach with a big presence. By being here, you increase your odds of seeing Champ! With a sandy beach, playground, and nearby amenities, along with a...

Location: 
Beach Road, Port Henry, 12974
Wet & Wild

Take a day long ride through some of the most remote paved roads in the whole park. View dozens of ponds and wetlands, cross several headwaters, and see some historic mining and farming areas....

Location: 
16 Park Place, Port Henry, 12974
Black Kettle Farm Nature Trail

Black Kettle Farm Nature Trail is a pretty hike with a great view from a rocky cliff. Notice the three distinct habitats, with a river crossing on stepping stones, wetland crossing on foot bridges...

Location: 
Leaning Road
POB 193, Essex, 12936
NYS DEC Port Douglas Boat Launch

On County Route 16, 3 miles southeast of the village of Keeseville. Hard surface ramp, parking for 20 cars and trailers. Handicap accessible.

Location: 
County Route 16
3 miles southeast of the Village, Keeseville, 12944
Boquet River - Northway to Boquet

The Northway to Boquet section of the Boquet River sweeps under quaint bridges and features beautiful farmland views with distant mountains as a backdrop.

This section is 16.6 miles long...

Location: 
Route 22, Essex, 12936
Gary's Elbow Trail

This is a short spur trail that adds a bit of variety to the trail network, and it's also a good way to create a loop. The trail leaves the...

Location: 
Lake Shore Rd, Westport, 12993
Boquet River Nature Preserve Trail

The Boquet River Nature Preserve Trail goes through an old-growth floodplain forest along the scenic Boquet River.  

Trailhead: Take Route 22 north from Willsboro for about...

Location: 
Library Street/Willsboro boat launch, Willsboro, 12996
Boquet River Main Stem

The Main Stem of the Boquet, the steepest river in New York state in terms of vertical drop from its origins to where it empties into Lake Champlain, begins in the upper reaches of Dix Mountain in...

Location: 
length of Essex County, Willsboro, 12996
Port Henry Boat Launch Area

The Port Henry Boat Launch offers the best views of Bulwagga Bay to the south, where large mixed species of flocks of ducks often spend the winter. Look for common goldeneye, common and hooded...

Location: 
Powerhouse Park
Dock Lane, Port Henry, 12974
Rattlesnake Mountain

Well-known for offering great "value for effort." Less than an hour to the top, and there are spectacular views of the entire area, including Willsboro Bay and Willsboro Point, the Four Brothers...

Location: 
4525 NYS Route 22 (across the road), Willsboro, 12996
Willsboro Bay Boat Launch Area

While the surrounding woodlots support a variety of breeding birds, like many sites along Lake Champlain, Willsboro Bay is very productive in the fall and spring. In fall, the bay can support...

Location: 
Farrell Road, Willsboro, 12996
Woman's Suffrage Way

Upstate New York was the cradle of women's rights. Celebrate this slice of history with gorgeous views and abundant wildlife near Split Rock Mountain Wild Forest.

Lake and mountain views,...

Location: 
Main St, Essex, 12936
Jabe and Little Jabe ponds

How to get there

From the Ticonderoga traffic circle, head south on Route 9N. Continue for 1.5 miles past the intersection of Route 9N and Route 3 and locate Split Rock...

Location: 
Jabe Pond Road, Ticonderoga, 12883
Mount Defiance

Mount Defiance, owned by Fort Ticonderoga, has a toll road to its historic summit. An interpretive tour is provided daily at the summit at 4 p.m. during the Fort's open season. Admission to Fort...

Location: 
Overlooking Fort Ticonderoga and
Lake Champlain, Ticonderoga, 12883
Chilson Brook

Just west of the town of Ticonderoga, Chilson Brook is one of those small Adirondack brook trout streams that can easily be overlooked. The state stocks the stream, a tributary of Trout Brook,...

Location: 
County Highway 74, Ticonderoga, 12883
Crowfoot Pond Trail

How to Get There

From Exit 30 off I-87, follow Route 9 south toward North Hudson. Continue for 0.2 mile and turn left on Tracy Road. Continue for 1.75 miles to the...

Location: 
Tracey Rd, North Hudson, 12855
Brookfield Headwaters Trail

The Brookfield Headwaters Trail is an easy, 0.8 mile loop. The trailhead is on Reynolds Road, 0.4 mile west of Brookfield Road. 

The trail goes through a biologically rich forest and passes...

Location: 
Reynolds Road, Essex, 12936
Acres of Apples

Travel through five different apple orchards. A special delight in the spring blooming season! Spectacular views of the "Grand Canyon of the East," Ausable Chasm.

Farms, woodlands, and...

Location: 
Port Kent Ferry Dock, Keeseville, 12944
The Branch

Simply known as “The Branch,” this tributary of the Boquet River winds its way through the town of Elizabethtown and offers good access for anglers in town. The stream has its beginnings on...

Location: 
Footbridge Park, Elizabethtown, 12932
NYS DEC Crown Point Boat Launch

On Bridge Road at Crown Point Reservation Campground, immediately south of the Lake Champlain Bridge. Hard surface ramp with parking for 10 cars and trailers. Conditions permitting, NYS DEC opens...

Location: 
NYS DEC Crown Point Campground
Bridge Road, Crown Point, 12928
Snake Den Harbor Outlook

This is a short spur trail off from the Lewis Clearing Bay Trail. From the Lewis Clearing Bay Trail take an obvious right, roughly 1.6 miles from the trailhead. The trail climbs to higher ground...

Location: 
Lake Shore Rd, Westport, 12993
Coon Mountain Circuit

Cycling

This route includes Split Rock Mountain,...

Location: 
Main St, Essex, 12936
Hammond Pond Wild Forest

This large, 40,000-acre tract covers portions of five Lake Champlain region towns – Elizabethtown, Westport, Moriah, Crown Point, and Ticonderoga. While the wild forest designation allows this...

Location: 
4363 Lincoln Pond Road, Elizabethtown, 12932
Ausable Marsh Wildlife Management Area

Birding

In winter, AuSable Point Campground is closed to camping, but open to walking and birding. It can be a great place to find mixed flocks of wintering ducks. These include common...

Location: 
3346 Lake Shore Road, Plattsburgh, 12901
Blueberry Cobbles

Hiking

This aptly-named mountain is the first summit on the East Trail to Rocky Peak and Giant at 1.9 miles from Rt. 9.

Berries in season? The best ones are beyond the first...

Location: 
Route 9, New Russia, 12932
Russett Pond

Paddling

Getting there: From the intersection of County Route 6 and 7 in Mineville, follow County Route 7 toward Elizabethtown. Continue for about 3.5 miles to a fairly large dirt pull...

Location: 
County Route 7, Mineville, 12956
Noblewood Trail

Hiking

Nature and Birding Trails in this Town of Willsboro park offer extraordinary views of the Green Mountains and Lake Champlain. Includes the Willsboro Town Beach.

The easy,...

Location: 
Rt 22, Willsboro, 12996
North Country National Scenic Trail

The North Country National Scenic Trail is America's longest National Scenic Trail stretching 4,600 miles from New York to North Dakota, linking 7 states, 10 National Forests and more than 150...

Location: 
Crown Point State Historic Site
Grand View Drive, Crown Point, 12928
Penfield Pond Trail

(1 mi RT, easy) Trailhead on Old Ironville Rd, 0.2 mi east of Penfield Museum.  Cross creek, follow trail into woods, climbs hill above brook, goes along east shore of Penfield Pond.

Location: 
6482 Main Street
POB 193, Westport, 12993
Wilcox Dock

The City of Plattsburgh offers a few good places to check out Lake Champlain. Wilcox Docks and boat launch area gives birders good views of Cumberland Bay and the surrounding lake where they can...

Location: 
Wilcox Dock, Plattsburgh, 12901
Westport Municipal Beach

Open daily through the summer from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m., no fee. Pet friendly and wheelchair accessible.

Location: 
Washington Street, Westport, 12993
NYS DEC Ticonderoga-Lake George Boat Launch

On Mossy Point, Black Point Road, 2 miles south of the village of Ticonderoga, on the east shore of Lake George. Hard surface ramp with parking for 100 cars and trailers. Pumpout available....

Location: 
Black Point Road, Ticonderoga, 12883
Split Rock Wild Forest Trails

The largest undeveloped tract of land on the Lake Champlain shoreline, Split Rock Wild Forest covers 3,700 acres in the towns of Essex and Westport. The landscape is dominated by...

Location: 
Lake Shore Road, Westport, 12993
Split Rock Falls

How to get there

From Exit 30 off I87 follow Route 9 north toward Elizabethtown. Continue for 4.5 miles to the parking on the right, just after the crossing of the Boquet...

Location: 
Route 9, Elizabethtown, 12932
Boquet River - Beaver Meadow Brook

The Beaver Meadow Brook to the Northway is a section of the Boquet River that offers an intriguing mix of easy and slightly challenging sections through some delightful scenery. Remember, this is...

Location: 
Route 9, Elizabethtown, 12932
La Chute River Boat Launch

Access for canoes and kayaks. Only small boats can access Lake Champlain from this launch.

Location: 
Bicentennial Park, Ticonderoga, 12883
Deer Leap

How to get there

From the intersection of Route 9N and Route 74 in Ticonderoga follow Route 9N south toward Hague continue for around 18-miles to the trailhead for Deer...

Location: 
Route 9N, Ticonderoga, 12883
Historic Walking Tour of Essex

The entire village of Essex is on the National Register of Historic Places. Take a walking tour of one of the most intact collection of pre-Civil War village architecture in America.

This...

Location: 
Route 22
POB 250, Essex, 12936
Lake Champlain, the lake

Lake Champlain is our own Great Lake: It borders two countries, two states, is 122 miles long, has 600 miles of shoreline, and is home to over 80 species of fish. It is a four-season fisherman's...

Location: 
Rte 22, Westport, 12993
Lincoln Pond Campground

Camping

This small, sheltered, pond is a popular camping, boating, and swimming destination. Choose from primitive, island, or developed sites.

Bathing beach and boat rentals....

Location: 
4363 Lincoln Pond Road, Elizabethtown, 12932
Bulwagga Bay Park

Paddling

Maintained by the Town of Moriah, this public beach is located within the Bulwagga Bay RV Park and Campground. Open daily through the summer from 9am until 5pm, no fee. Paddle...

Location: 
Bulwagga Bay Road, Port Henry, 12974
Pole Hill Pond Preserve

How to get there

From the Ticonderoga traffic circle, head south on Route 9N for 23 miles. The trail entrance will be on the right. If you pass the driveway with the stone...

Location: 
Route 9N, Ticonderoga, 12883
Boquet River North Branch

One of the major tributaries to the Boquet River, the North Branch flows through the towns of Willsboro and Lewis. It begins in small mountain tributaries in the town of Chesterfield. This branch...

Location: 
County Highway 14A, Willsboro, 12996
North Pond

Paddling

This quiet, relaxing, spot is known for wildlife spotting from the peacefulness of your canoe. Look for porcupine.

Size: 30.1 Acres.

Birding

A fine choice...

Location: 
Mountain Springs Rd, Westport, 12993
Black River

Another of those Adirondack brook trout streams that flies under the radar, the Black River receives a good stocking from both the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and the...

Location: 
4363 Lincoln Pond Road, Elizabethtown, 12932
Natural Wonders Loop

Some of our most dramatic destinations along the Adirondack Coast. Behold the glory of the "Grand Canyon of the East," Au Sable Chasm, with multiple ways to enjoy the different vantage points and...

Location: 
2144 Route 9, Au Sable Chasm, 12911
Riverside Trail

Hiking

This scenic loop is an easy trail through a field, then a to creek leading to Boquet River. Goes along river to field and trail head.

take loop trail thru woods back to...

Location: 
624 Mountain View Drive, Willsboro, 12996
Pharaoh Lake Wilderness Area

Hiking

This wilderness area, located in the towns of Schroon and Ticonderoga, has nearly 50 miles of trails and more than a dozen lean-tos should you be inclined to make this an overnight...

Location: 
Crane Pond Road, Ticonderoga, 12883
Putts Creek Wildlife Management Area

This 113 acres wildlife area features a stream and a marsh, and is more readily accessible via boat than on foot. Look for two yellow-painted iron pipes (seen on PDF map) to find the 30 foot right...

Location: 
Wolcott Road, Crown Point, 12928
Webb Royce Swamp

Located within the Magic Triangle, Webb Royce Swamp has historically been a great birding location with...

Location: 
Lake Shore Road, Westport, 12993
Port Douglas Boat Launch Area

A beautifully situated spot with views of both the sheltered Corlaer Bay and the open water of Lake Champlain. Nearby Schuyler Island (aka Schuylers Island and Whitney Island) has a rocky shore...

Location: 
Port Douglas Road, Keeseville, 12944
Boquet Mountain Trail

A wide variety of habitat, from an old logging road through the forest to traversing slopes and walking beneath rock ledges. The passage continues through South and North Boquet mountains. 

...
Location: 
County Highway 12
POB 193, Essex, 12936
Putnam Pond State Campground

Camping

Large, well-forested campsites with lots of privacy. This is a key start off point for hiking the Pharaoh Lake Wilderness area.

Choose from interior site camping, which...

Location: 
763 Putts Pond Road, Ticonderoga, 12883
Essex Ferry Terminal

Birding

The Essex Ferry area is a good place to look for wintering waterfowl during the cold months. Begg’s Point Park, just south of the ferry terminal offers another view of the area....

Location: 
Dock St, Essex, 12936
Lewis Clearing Bay Trail

This is one of the longer trails in Split Rock Wild Forest, and since it is often used to access other trails it is essentially a corridor trail. This is the only trail in the wild forest open to...

Location: 
Lake Shore Rd, Westport, 12993
Tour of History Loop

Retrace historic footsteps with a foliage tour that looks out over Lake Champlain from the top of Mount Defiance. Lake Champlain, mountains on both sides, and wonderful winding roads.

...

Location: 
Route 9, Westport, 12993
Magic Triangle

The Magic Triangle, composed of Clark, Cross, and Lakeshore Roads (which form a triangle) south of Essex is a collection of woodlots and fields which attract birds throughout the year. Baltimore...

Location: 
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Bobcat Trail

The easy trail trail goes through a meadow, winds through mixed forest, and ends at another meadow. It joins the ...

Location: 
Walker Road/Sayre Road, Westport, 12993
Mountain Spring Road Trail

Hiking

The Mountain Spring Road Trail is an easy, 8-mile-loop that follows a seasonal road through the Adirondack foothills, known as the West Champlain Hills, to Mineville.

...

Location: 
Stevenson Road
POB 193, Westport, 12993
Wildway Overlook

Hiking

The Wildway Overlook trail is a relatively easy climb to a fabulous view of the Champlain Valley and Split Rock Wildway wildlife corridor, which connects Lake Champlain to the...

Location: 
Brookfield Road
POB 193, Essex, 12936
Blueberry Hill Trails

Hiking

The Blueberry Hill Trails are located in the Town of Elizabethtown and were built for hiking, snowshoeing, mountain biking, horseback riding, and cross country skiing. There are...

Location: 
Lords Road, Elizabethtown, 12932
Spruce Mill Brook

Spruce Mill Brook is a major tributary to the Boquet River and features stocked brook and brown trout. The brook begins as a series of small feeder streams in the town of Lewis and joins the North...

Location: 
Dixon Road, Lewis, 12950
Lincoln Pond

How to Get There

From the intersection of Route 9 and Route 9N in Elizabethtown, follow Route 9N toward Westport. Continue for just under a mile and turn right on Lincoln...

Location: 
4363 Lincoln Pond Road, Port Henry, 12974
Black Point Beach

Maintained by the Town of Ticonderoga, Black Point Beach is open daily through the summer from 10am until 6pm.  No fee.

Location: 
11 Tiroga Beach Lane, Ticonderoga, 12883
Cheney Mountain Trail

How to get there

From the intersection of Route 22/9N and county Route 54 (Pelfershire Road) just north of Port Henry, follow county Route 54 for just under 2 miles to the...

Location: 
CR 54, Port Henry, 12974
Ensign Pond Road

Cycling

This lovely route is also a symbol of friendship: look for the stone with an image of the two shaking hands etched in it. The North Hudson Pine Ridge Cemetery is the resting place...

Location: 
Ensign Pond Road, Moriah, 12960
Osprey Way Loop

Cycling

Get a "bird's eye view" of many different vistas in this bike loop marked by a osprey's nest visible from the road. Ride between lake and meadow views, with mountains as a...

Location: 
Lake Road, Crown Point, 12928
Westport Area Fields

The fields and woodlots south of Westport support a variety of breeding birds including warblers, field birds, and year round red-tailed hawks. It is easiest to cover the area by driving Dudley,...

Location: 
and Stevenson Roads, ,
Rocky Ledges Trail

The trail leaves the road and comes to a fork. The Mountain Route, the right fork, has a moderately steep climb, meets an old woods road, then connects to Boquet Mountain Trail. Turn left to...

Location: 
Leaning Road
POB 193, Essex, 12936
Hurricane Mountain

Hiking

This is a wonderful open peak with a fire tower that is being restored and can now be climbed, even though the tower is not needed for some of the best views in the High Peaks. ...

Location: 
Route 9N, Keene, 12942
Hurricane Mountain Primitive Area

Hurricane Mountain outside the Village of Keene is a popular hike along the three trails that take hikers to the summit. It can also be good for birding, and a variety of breeding birds call the...

Location: 
Hurricane Road, Elizabethtown, 12932
Cross-Over Trail

This trail leaves from Gary’s Elbow and the Calamity Trail and is used as a cross-over trail to access both sides of Split Rock Wild Forest. This trail tends to be a bit wet, as it passes through...

Location: 
Lake Shore Rd, Westport, 12993
Webb-Royce Swamp Overlook Trail

The Split Rock Wild Forest is known for having timber rattlesnakes and can often be seen sunning themselves at lookout and along the trail. It is highly advisable that your pets stay on a leash...

Location: 
Clark Rd, Westport, 12993
Mount Gilligan

How to get there

From the intersection of state Route 9 and 73 near Exit 30 on Interstate 87, follow Route 9 toward Elizabethtown. Continue for just under 4 miles to the...

Location: 
Route 9, Elizabethtown, 12932
NYS DEC Willsboro Bay Boat Launch

On County Route 27 on east side of the bay, 3 miles north of the village of Willsboro. Hard surface ramp with parking for 100 cars and trailers. Pumpout available.

Location: 
County Route 27, Willsboro, 12996
Putts Creek

Fishing

This stream boasts great rainbow, brook and brown trout.

Beginning at Penfield Pond in the hamlet of Ironville within the Town of Crown Point, Putts Creek empties into Lake...

Location: 
County Route 2, Crown Point, 12928
Footbridge Park

The Footbridge Park trailhead is located at the end of Footbridge Lane in Elizabethtown. This trail is perfect for children, with its wildlife information and short, simple walks. There are also...

Location: 
Footbridge Ln, Elizabethtown, 12932
McAuliffe Road Trail

The McAuliffe Road Trail is an easy, 2 mile, round trip hike. This trail is an abandoned road that is open for public use. It goes through an attractive forest paralleling the Boquet River. 

...
Location: 
Jersey Street
POB 193, Essex, 12936
Challis Pond Trail

The Challis Pond Trail is an easy, 1.2 mile loop to Challis Pond through a hemlock and cedar forest.

The trailhead is on Ensign Pond Road (county Route 4), 2.6 miles from Route 9 or 6.5...

Location: 
Ensign Pond Road
POB 193, Moriah, 12960
Stony Lonesome Loop

Cycling

Get off the asphalt! This spectacular half day of mountain biking is on mostly remote, unpaved roads, with a variety of hills and valleys, open and wooded terrain, marshes, ponds...

Location: 
703 Creek Road, Crown Point, 12928
Owl Head Lookout

Hiking

Giant via Hopkins -The trail from the summit of Hopkins Mountain to the summit of Giant is Mountain extends 3.2 miles and ascends more than 1,600 feet. The trail joins the North...

Location: 
6475 U.S. 9, New Russia, 12932
Mountain-Coast Connector

This rolling route has some isolated steep hills in the mountains and easy cruises around Lake Champlain. Find out why Elizabethtown, the county seat, was first named "Pleasant Valley."

...

Location: 
1234 Stevenson Rd, Westport, 12993
Split Rock Mountain Loop

Hiking

The trail climbs slightly from the trailhead and passes by a trail on the right that leads to...

Location: 
Lake Shore Rd, Westport, 12993
Putnam Pond and North Pond

Paddling

These two ponds are connected by a set of narrows. The best launch is located near the beach which is just over a small hill from the main parking area in the campground. This...

Location: 
Putts Pond Road, Ticonderoga, 12883
Middle Mountain

This summit is not on a developed or mapped trail system, so the use and understanding of GPS and/or map and compass is highly recommended. Expect hazards not found on a maintained trail, more...

Location: 
Jabe Pond Road, Ticonderoga, 12883
Florence Hathaway Trail

The Florence Hathaway Trail passes through a magical pine forest and along a creek to a rock wall, then returns in a flat woods that has seasonally wet areas. 

Trailhead: ...

Location: 
Essex Road
POb 193, Essex, 12936
Chimney Point State Historic Site

Birding

Chimney Point State Historic Site in Vermont sits on the Vermont side of the ...

Location: 
7305 VT Route 125, Crown Point, 05491
Field and Forest Trail

This easy section between the Wadhams and Bobcat trails is 2.7 miles one way or a 2.4 mile loop from the Boquet River trailhead. The east trailhead is shared with the Bobcat Trail at the end of...

Location: 
Ferris Road
POB 193, Whallonsburg, 12936
Coon Mountain Preserve

Coon Mountain has a craggy interior with rocky outcrops, steep cliffs, and talus slopes. In shade there are abundant hemlocks, while the sunnier spots support oak and pine forests. Look for the...

Location: 
Halds Road, Westport, 12993
Ticonderoga Walking Tour

Ticonderoga began with the fort and was soon a center of paper production. It has more than three dozen buildings listed on the National Register. Still in use is the Agway building (1879) which...

Location: 
, Ticonderoga, 12883
Iron to Iron

This wonderfully scenic route will go by some of the most pivotal elements of the Industrial Revolution, explained by the two museums along the route. Mostly paved, cross bike recommended. Very...

Location: 
34 Park Place, Port Henry, 12974
Water's Edge Trail

Travel a winding loop along the AuSable River, with views of the Adirondack Mountains and river valleys. Clintonville almost became the capital of New York state!

River and mountain views,...

Location: 
Route 22, Keeseville, 12944
NYS DEC Eagle Lake Boat Launch

On Route 74, 1 mile west of the hamlet of Eagle Lake. Beach launch with parking for six cars and trailers. Access to main lake is limited by 3-4' depending on lake level.

Location: 
Route 74
Route 74, Ticonderoga, 12883
NYS DEC Mossy Point Boat Launch (Lake George)

Handicap accessible; ten parking spots for vehicles and trailers.

Location: 
Black Point Road, Ticonderoga, 12883
Old Ironville Road Trail

The Old Ironville Road Trail is an easy, 4.6 mile round trip. The trailhead is the same as Penfield Pond...

Location: 
State Route 2, Crown Point, 12928
Coon Mountain Trail

Coon Mountain is on the Coon Mountain Preserve, which is owned by The Nature Conservancy. From the trailhead the path starts climbing almost immediately. The trail never gets too steep, but it...

Location: 
Halds Rd, Westport, 12993
Giant Mountain

Parking

From Elizabethtown, head west on Route 9N for about 4.5 miles. The parking area is on the left.

Snowshoeing Giant Mountain

Giant Mountain in winter is a serious...

Location: 
Route 9, Elizabethtown, 12932
Poke-O-Moonshine

Hiking

Poke-O-Moonshine Mountain has a commanding summit view which gets even better when the fire tower is open. There's 360 degree views of the High Peaks and Green Mountains in Vermont...

Location: 
Route 9, Keeseville, 12944
Jabe Pond

How to Get There

From the Ticonderoga traffic circle, head south on Route 9N. Continue for 1.5 miles past the intersection of Route 9N and Route 3 and locate Split Rock...

Location: 
Split Rock Road, Ticonderoga, 12883
Treadway Mountain

How to get there

From the intersection of Route 9N, Route 22 and Route 74 in Ticonderoga follow Route 74 toward Schroon Lake. Continue for just under 5 miles to Putts Pond...

Location: 
Putts Pond Rd, Ticonderoga, 12883
Cook Mountain Preserve

The Cook Mountain Preserve covers 200 acres with a wide variety of terrain. The summit of the mountain offers views of Lake George, the Champlain Valley, and Vermont's Green Mountains. The...

Location: 
Baldwin Road, Ticonderoga, 12883
Bald Peak

Bald Peak Trail (8 mi RT, moderate)  Trailhead 1.3 mi south of New Russia on west side of Rte 9.  Trail starts flat, crosses a stream, climbs steadily through forest and then follows the stream. ...

Location: 
Route 9, Elizabethtown, 12932
Hurricane Crag

Wonderful views with an easy approach to the crag. Great routes with room for expansion, and there's satellite crags, too.

Hurricane Mountain Trailhead: From Route 9N,...

Location: 
Route 9N, Keene, 12942
McConley Spring Trail

An easy, 1-mile loop. The trailhead is on Tracy Road, just west of Mineville. This is a pleasant trail through woods and small hills.

Location: 
Tracy Road, Mineville, 12956
Ticonderoga Marsh

Birding

Ticonderoga Marsh (often called Ti Marsh) sits tucked in along Lake Champlain where the La Chute River dumps into the lake. The marsh is best accessed by launching a canoe below...

Location: 
LaChute River Delta, Ticonderoga, 12883
Bear Pond Loop

How to get there

From the intersection of Route 9N, Route 22 and Route 74 in Ticonderoga follow Route 74 toward Schroon Lake.  Continue for just under 5-miels to Putts Pond...

Location: 
Route 74, Ticonderoga, 12883
Ticonderoga Bicentennial Park

Bicentennial Park offers picnic areas, riverfront trails, ball fields, lighted walking paths, tennis courts and a small boat launch. Scenic boat cruises, seasonal accommodations, campsites,...

Location: 
Montcalm Street, Ticonderoga, 12883
Belfry Mountain

Hiking

Known as one of the easiest fire towers, excellent for any age or skill level. While this entire climb is all uphill, along an access road to the tower, it is very easy and in no...

Location: 
729 County Hwy 7C, Mineville, 12956
Florence Hathaway Park

A town of Willsboro recreation park with a youth trail, community garden, and tennis and volleyball courts. Open to the public year round. 

Location: 
Essex Road, Willsboro, 12996
Art Farm Trail

Hiking

The Art Farm Trail is an easy, 1.5 mile round trip hike.

Property owner and artist Ted Cornell has worked with Champlain Area Trails to create a hiking path which shows off...

Location: 
Sayre Rd
POB 193, Westport, 12993
Pauline Murdock Wildlife Management Area

This wildlife area is 68.5 acres of boreal northern forest, with areas of river and flood plains. It consists of seven different ecological habitats: red maple?hardwood swamp, hemlock-hardwood...

Location: 
Elizabethtown-Wadhams Road, Elizabethtown, 12932
Fort to Fort

Take a tour of the countryside around two of America's most historic forts. This route includes abundant vantage points to behold Lake Champlain and distant mountains.

All paved & flat...

Location: 
814 Bridge Road, Crown Point, 12928
Rolling Reber Ramble

The Reber area is a rolling patchwork of woods, houses, and farm fields with vistas of the western Adirondacks. Don't miss the stone octagonal schoolhouse!

Paved, services in Willsboro,...

Location: 
Route 22, Willsboro, 12996
Baxter Mountain

Hiking

Baxter Mountain offers outstanding views and great blueberry picking in season, making it an excellent hike for the entire family.

It's a mostly moderate, 1.2 mile hike to...

Location: 
Route 9N, Keene, 12942
Brown Mountain

How to get there

From the intersection of Route 9N and Route 74 in Ticonderoga follow Route 9N south toward Hague continue for around 18-miles to the trailhead for Deer...

Location: 
Route 9N, Ticonderoga, 12883
Elizabethtown Walking Tour

First known as Pleasant Valley, Elizabethtown was first settled in 1798, by veterans of the Revolutionary War. Its development as the county seat resulted in many striking homes built by the...

Location: 
, Elizabethtown, 12932
Crown Point Boat Launch Area

Part of an area with many vantage points to view common merganser, bufflehead, common goldeneye, hooded merganser, mallard, black duck, and greater and lesser scaup. Also look for wintering...

Location: 
Bridge Road, Crown Point, 12928
La Chute River

Paddling

This is the lower part of the river, downstream from the beautiful falls in Ticonderoga's Bicentennial Park. After the dramatic drop at the falls, the river slows down to make...

Location: 
Montcalm St, Ticonderoga, 12883
Hidden Quarry Trail

Hiking

Explore the hidden quarry! This loop trail explores two delightful little forest areas and a field, with old cement structures from the turn of the previous century.

...

Location: 
Route 22, Westport, 12993
Mill Brook

Mill Brook is listed one of the top brown trout waters in Essex County by the New York State Department of Conservation. Beginning at Lake Champlain, the brook winds its way back through Port...

Location: 
Route 22, Port Henry, 12974
Surrounded by Water

Begin the ride in the town of Willsboro, and go back in time with a visit to Adsit Cabin, built in 1778 for a family of sixteen! Numerous houses made of Lake Champlain Blue Stone.

Mostly...

Location: 
Route 22, Willsboro, 12996
Trout and Round Ponds

Hiking

A pleasant woods walk to the pond, with a trail that follows half of the pond shoreline.

Trout Pond Trailhead: On Ensign Pond Road (County Rt. 4) between North Hudson and...

Location: 
Ensign Pond Road, Moriah, 12960
NYS DEC Lincoln Pond Boat Launch

Located in the Lincoln Pond Campground, 6 miles south of Elizabethtown on County Route 7. Beach launch with parking for 6 cars and trailers. Access through NYS DEC Campground. Fee may apply.

Location: 
County Rte. 7, Elizabethtown, 12932
Rogers Pond

How to get there

From the intersection of Route 9N and Route 22 in Westport, follow Route 22 north. Continue for 0.4 mile to Lakeshore Road on the right and follow here....

Location: 
Ainger Hill Rd, Westport, 12993
Ticonderoga Boat Launch Area

This shoreline location is well-situated to observe sweeping shorelines on both sides of Lake Champlain. In spring and fall, the lake becomes a migratory highway which funnels traffic between the...

Location: 
Route 74, Ticonderoga, 12883
Ice on Lincoln Pond

The 721 acre Lincoln Pond is an accessible ice fishing option. The access is easy, the fishing often excellent, and the chance to land a big tiger muskie always a possibility.

...

Location: 
4363 Lincoln Pond Road, Elizabethtown, 12932
Wildway Passage Trail

Hiking

Wildway Passage Trail ( 1 mi trip or loop)  Trailhead on Angier Hill Road 0.6 mi north of Lake Shore Road. Trail has small, high quality forest, cliffs, pretty stream and recent...

Location: 
Angier Hill Road, Westport, 12993
Moose Mt Pond Trail

Moose Mt Pond Trail (2.7 mi RT to Bass Lake trail junction, 6.4 mi RT to Moose Mt Pond, easy) Trailhead same as #37. Trail follows old logging road along a river with beaver activity and goes by a...

Location: 
6482 Main Street
POB 193, Westport, 12993
Westport Pheasant Release Site

For pheasant hunters in Essex County, there is only one choice. With virtually no natural reproduction in the North Country, hunters must take advantage of the annual releases of stocked pheasants...

Location: 
, Westport, 12993
High Peaks Wilderness Area

The largest wilderness area in the Adirondacks has it all, from rugged terrain to forest cover to wildlife. At 300 square miles, it covers portions of six towns and three counties – North Elba,...

Location: 
., Lake Placid, 12946
Barn Rock Bay

How to get there

From the intersection of Route 9N and Route 22 in Westport follow Route 22. Continue for 0.5 miles to Lake Shore Road on the right. Follow Lake Shore Road...

Location: 
Lake Shore Road, Westport, 12993
Otter Pond

How to get there

From the intersection of Route 74 and Route 9N in Ticonderoga follow Route 74 west toward Schroon Lake. Continue to the small Hamlet of Eagle Lake and...

Location: 
Route 74, Ticonderoga, 12883
Willsboro Bay

This lovely bay can offer a sheltered area when Lake Champlain is stirred up by wind. Marina, rentals. Boat lauch site, County Route 27, east side, with a hard-surface ramp and room for 100 cars...

Location: 
Marina Road, Willsboro, 12996
Fort Ticonderoga birding

While a visit to Fort Ticonderoga is usually aimed at understanding American history, the fort’s grounds can be excellent for birding. Scarlet tanagers, rose-breasted grosbeaks, and Baltimore...

Location: 
100 Fort Ti Rd, Ticonderoga, 12883
Homestead Trail

Originally an old road, this 1.5-mile long trail offers an easy incline through the woods. After a stream crossing it connects with the...

Location: 
Cook Road, Essex, 12936
Rocky Peak Ridge

Parking

The parking area is on Route 9, about 5.5 miles south of Elizabethtown on the right.

Rocky Peak Ridge in winter

Snowshoeing Rocky Peak Ridge in winter is a serious...

Location: 
Route 9, New Russia, 12932
Mouth of the Saranac River

The mouth of the Saranac River in Plattsburgh can be a good place to look for ducks in winter. A small city park provides access to the area, where there is always some open water, even in winter...

Location: 
Champlain Park, Plattsburgh, 12901
Tanaher Pond

Paddling

From the parking area there is a short carry to the south to access the pond. The outlet between Tanaher and Mill ponds is too shallow and small to float a canoe or kayak. The...

Location: 
County Route 7, Mineville, 12956
Lee Park Trail

This easy, 0.75 mile round trip trail starts at a playground for a short, easy walk that's suitable for all ages and skills. An uphill route from the playground runs along Hoisington Brook. There'...

Location: 
Mill Street
POB 193, Westport, 12993
Adirondack Center Museum Nature Walk

Hiking

Visit a restored fire tower and the Colonial Garden with a .5 mile nature trail.

Trailhead

on the grounds of the Adirondack Center Museum with a beautiful garden...

Location: 
7590 Court Street, Elizabethtown, 12932
Mt Defiance

Birding

A hike or drive (note this is a toll road owned by Fort Ticonderoga. Access is included with daily admission) up Mt. Defiance in Ticonderoga is worth the trip for the commanding...

Location: 
Mt Defiance Road, Ticonderoga, 12883
Coot Hill (Big Hollow) Trail

Hiking

This new trail features a historic cemetery and a large summit expanse, with views from angles not easily reached by any other trail.

How to get there

From Port...

Location: 
6482 Main Street
POB 193, Westport, 12993
Port Kent Ferry Terminal

Birding

The Port Kent Ferry Terminal offers another good place to check out Lake Champlain and is most productive during the cold months. There a variety of ducks may over winter or...

Location: 
Front Street, Au Sable Chasm, 12911
Grizzle Ocean Loop

From the trailhead, you will follow a nice flat trail that passes by Putnam Pond to your right. The trail soon turns into a short, moderate climb before reaching a rather long descent to a major...

Location: 
763 Putts Pond Road, Ticonderoga, 12883
Keeseville Walking Tour

Booklet available from: Adirondack Architectural Heritage. Fee for booklet.

The first dam at Anderson Falls on the AuSable River was built in 1808 to power a sawmill. Since that time, and...

Location: 
1 Mill Street, Keeseville, 12944
Whallons Bay

Birding

Whallon Bay is most easily viewed from Albee Road south of Essex is a good place to look for ducks in the winter when mixed species flocks will feed in the bay. The flocks often...

Location: 
Albee Road, Essex, 12936
Gull Pond

Winter Overview and Trail Conditions:

From the trailhead it is a very enjoyable half mile to the Shore of Gull Pond. From the trailhead you will notice only a...

Location: 
Putts Pond Road
Alder Meadow Road, Schroon Lake, 12870
NYS DEC Port Henry Boat Launch

Off Route 9N on Dock Lane in the village of Port Henry. Hard surface ramp with parking for 45 cars and trailers. Adjacent to Port Henry Marina, Powerhouse Park, and Champ RV Park & Campground...

Location: 
Dock Lane, Port Henry, 12974
Putnam Pond

This pond gets stocked with Muskellunge annually by Essex County Fish Hatchery. Wonderful hiking, at the edge of the Pharoah Lake Wilderness.

There is a hard-surface ramp at the campground...

Location: 
763 Putts Pond Road, Ticonderoga, 12883
Noblewood Park

With its sweeping views of Lake Champlain, Vermont's Green Mountains, the Boquet River, and the Adirondack foothills, Noblewood Park is one of the hidden jewels of the Adirondack-Champlain region...

Location: 
Route 22, Willsboro, 12996
NYS DEC Putnam Pond Boat Launch

Located in the Putnam Pond Campground off Route 74, 6 miles west of the village of Ticonderoga. Hard surface ramp with parking for 10 cars and trailers. Day use fee in season.

Location: 
Putnam Pond Road, Ticonderoga, 12883
Poke-O-Moonshine Day Use Area

Birding

The rugged cliffs of Poke-O-Moonshine Mountain are favorite nesting places of the local...

Location: 
176 NYS Route 9N, Keeseville, 12944
Ausable Marsh State Game Management Area Hiking

How to get there

From the intersection of Route 373 and Route 9 north of Keeseville follow Route 9 toward Plattsburgh. Continue for 4-miles to the marsh entrance on the...

Location: 
Route 9, Keeseville, 12944
Westport Water Treatment Facility

The water treatment facility in Westport off Marks Road is a good place to check Lake Champlain in fall and winter. It is there that Hotsington Brook exits into the lake and a small sandy spit is...

Location: 
Marks Road, Westport, 12993
Crown Point Ruins - Birding and Banding

Birding

Like Fort Ticonderoga,...

Location: 
Bridge Road, Crown Point, 12928
Carver Road Trail

This easy, 4-mile round-trip trail follows an abandoned road through the forest west of Long Pond in the town of Willsboro. The south trailhead on Reber Road is 1.7 miles west of Route 22. The...

Location: 
Reber Road, Willsboro, 12996
Beaver Flow Trail

The Beaver Flow Trail is a flat, easy snowshoe route that meanders through a mixed forest and runs parallel to a small waterway. There's a house-sized boulder near the end and lots of beaver...

Location: 
Cook Rd/Walker Rd, Essex, 12936
Cumberland Head

Cumberland Head sits just north of Plattsburgh and the area is a good place to check for wintering and migrating water birds. Any water access is worth checking, but two prominent places are the...

Location: 
152 Cumberland Head Road, Plattsburgh, 12901
Split Rock Wildway

Hiking

The Split Rock Wildway is a "wildlife corridor" between Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains. A fairly easy climb rewards with incredible views of the valley and all its...

Location: 
Brookfield Road, Essex, 12936
Ancient Oak Trail

Hiking

The Ancient Oak trail is an easy, 2.5-mile loop. The trailhead is on Route 22, 2.2 miles north of Essex.

This lovely trail goes through a forest and a field, then goes along...

Location: 
Route 22, Essex, 12936
Bulwagga Bay

This lovely bay is rumored to be the home of Champ, the Lake Champlain monster, because of the many "sightings." Talk...

Location: 
Bulwagga Bay Dr, Port Henry, 12974
Pauline Murdock Trail

(1 mile RT, easy) Trailhead on Elizabethtown-Wadhams Road about 1/4 mile north of Boquet River.  Short hike into woods above Boquet River

Location: 
Elizabethtown-Wadhams Road
POB 193, Elizabethtown, 12932
Arnold Pond

How to get there

From the intersection of Route 74 and Route 9N in Ticonderoga follow Route 74 west toward Schroon Lake. Continue to the small Hamlet of Eagle Lake and...

Location: 
Route 74, Ticonderoga, 12883
Crane Pond

Fishing

Directions to Access Points: Take Exit 28 off of Interstate 87 and take Route 9 south, toward Schroon Lake. In just over a half a mile, take a left onto Alder Meadow Road, follow...

Location: 
763 Putts Pond Road, Ticonderoga, 12883
Lake Champlain, the ice

The lake is, obviously, Lake Champlain, the massive water for which the region is named and a world-class fishery any time of year. In winter, hard water anglers flock to the ice in search of...

Location: 
Bulwagga Bay, Port Henry, 12974
LaChute River Walk

Hiking

LaChute River Walk Trailhead: Ticonderoga Heritage Museum - 4 miles RT, Easy Walk

Snowshoeing

This level path is equally scenic in the winter.

Nature and...

Location: 
Bicentennial Park, Ticonderoga, 12883
Foothill Trail

The path enters the woods and turns left after about 100 yards, then it goes along the edge of a farm field before climbing steeply and meeting the ...

Location: 
Leaning Road, Essex, 12936
NYS DEC Ticonderoga-Lake Champlain Boat Launch
Location: 
Route 74, Ticonderoga, 12883
Eagle Lake

Fishing

Directions to Access Points:

From the intersection of Route 74 and Route 9N in Ticonderoga follow Route 74 west toward Schroon Lake. Continue to the small Hamlet of Eagle...

Location: 
Route 74, Ticonderoga, 12883
Thrall Dam Pond

It may not look like much on the map, but Thrall Dam Pond is a nice little getaway for anglers looking for brook trout close to town. Located just south of the town of Lewis, Thrall Dam is stocked...

Location: 
State Route 9, Lewis, 12950
Westport Boat Launch

Birding

Westport’s position on North West Bay is optimal for finding wintering and migrating waterfowl and other species along the lake. Look for many duck species including common and...

Location: 
Route 22, Westport, 12993
Joe's Random Scoot

This lovely loop offers wonderful woods and water views. The entire hamlet of Essex is designated as a National Historic District, with 160 structures built between 1810 and 1860.

Open and...

Location: 
814 Bridge Road, Crown Point, 12928
Northway Loop

The scenery along the Northway is quite breathtaking and offers some great views of varying foliage along the route. Then discover our delightful two lane country roads and enchanting small towns...

Location: 
Exit 30, Keene Valley, 12943
Wickham Marsh Wildlife Area

Hiking

Carry a map and compass on this trail system, as it can be easy to get turned around.

Trailhead

There are three locations where you can access the trail system....

Location: 
Route 373, Keeseville, 12944
Round Pond Trail

The Round Pond Trail is an easy, 7.8 loop. From the east trailhead, the trail climbs slowly to Round Pond, then crosses over and follows East Mill Brook. It goes over a small mountain and follows...

Location: 
Ensign Pond Road
POB 193, Port Henry, 12974
Beaver Bend Trail

The Beaver Bend Trail is a short, easy, half-mile loop along the Boquet River that includes views of the river, signs of beaver activity, and a floodplain forest. If the trail is too short, turn...

Location: 
Angier Hill Road
POB 193, Whallonsburg, 12936
Bartlett Pond-McConley Road Trail

The Barlett Pond – McConley Road Trail is an easy, 8-mile-loop that follows a seasonal road through the Adirondack foothills, known as the West Champlain Hills, to Mineville. This route is great...

Location: 
McConley Road
POB 193, Westport, 12993
DaCy Meadow Farm Trail

The DaCy Meadow Farm Trail is an easy, 2-mile loop that goes through a field, passes over a stream and wetland, goes uphill through a forest, and then back down to follow a stream. The trail...

Location: 
Route 9N
POB 193, Westport, 12993
Hemlock Hill Trail

This trail passes by rocky ledges and leads to a lovely hemlock forest.

Trailhead: Take Route 22 north from Westport and bear right on Lakeshore Road, then bear right again onto Sherman...

Location: 
Sherman Road, Westport, 12993
Boquet River Nature Preserve Trail

The trailhead to the improved half-mile long River Trail is at the end of Gilliland Street. The path goes through an old-growth floodplain forest along the scenic river.  

The trailhead to...

Location: 
Library Street/Willsboro boat launch, Willsboro, 12996
Ticonderoga Golf Course
Location: 
619 State Route 9N, Ticonderoga, 12883
Five Nations Golf LLC

Five Nations Golf LLC is a comprehensive golf facility that includes a historically themed mini-golf course, scenic driving range, and house rental.  Located in historic Ticonderoga's Lord Howe...

Location: 
671 NYS Route 9N, Ticonderoga, 12883
Ticonderoga School Nature Trail

Located behind the Ticonderoga Middle School, this .5 mile nature trail displays 7 interpretive signs that allow for a self-guided tour that educate about surroundings. Connects to the LaChute...

Location: 
116 Alexandria Avenue, Ticonderoga, 12883
Bobcat Trail Snowshoe

The easy trail trail goes through a meadow, winds through mixed forest, and ends at another meadow. It joins the ...

Location: 
Walker Road/Sayre Road, Westport, 12993
Otis Mountain Ski & Bike Trail

​Otis Mountain Recreation Area is a 1940’s ski hill that has evolved into a challenging mountain bike, ski and trail running destination and is the home of the Otis Mountain Get Down music...

Location: 
Lobdell Lane, Elizabethtown, 12932
Eastern View Outfitters
Location: 
POB 2326
Plattsburgh, Port Henry, 12974
Monitor Bay Marina

Located at Monitor Bay Campground. Boat launch use is free; seasonal docking available for a fee.

Location: 
Monitor Bay Park, Crown Point, 12928
Thrall Dam Park Trail

1-4 mile loops, easy.  Trailhead on Rte. 9, 0.7 mi south of Lewis and 3 3/4 mi north of Elizabethtown.  Loop trails thru forest and along wetland. 

Location: 
Rte 9, Lewis, 12950
Crown Point State Historic Site

History

Hours:

  • The museum is open daily from mid-May to mid-October, 9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. It's closed Tuesday.
  • The grounds are open year round from Monday - Friday,...
Location: 
21 Grandview Drive, Crown Point, 12928
Champlain Area Trails

200 miles of trails

In 2009, Champlain Area Trails (CATS) trail published its earliest trail map highlighting the first new hiking trails it created along with the few...

Location: 
6482 Main Street
POB 193, Westport, 12993
Carillon Boat Cruises

Step on board the Carillon and immerse yourself in the wake of history along Lake Champlain!

Daily Narrated Boat Tours
Enjoy gorgeous,...

Location: 

POB 390, Ticonderoga, 12883
Fins and Grins

Join Captain Bob for world class fishing on Lake Champlain this summer! Specializing in salmon and trout fishing charters, Captain Bob has decades of experience and is an active member of the...

Location: 
23 Lakeshore Road, Westport, 12993
Bulwagga Bay RV Resort & Campground
Location: 
Route 22/9N, Port Henry, 12974
Adirondac Rafting Company - Whitewater Adventures

Adirondac Rafting Company invites you to run the wild and scenic Hudson River Gorge. The gorge run is a 16 mile, 4-5 hour adventure trip with plenty of whitewater fun. Adirondac Rafting Company...

Location: 
100 West Main St, Indian Lake, 12842
Lake Champlain Bikeways

Lake Champlain Bikeways is a public/private initiative to create a network of interconnected, international bicycle routes. To date, a 350-mile route around Lake Champlain has been identified and...

Location: 
, Crown Point, 12928
Cobble Hill Golf Course

Holes: 9
Par: 35
Yards: 3,033
Greens Fees: Call for greens fees
Cart: Availabile...

Location: 
Corner of Route 9 and 9N, Elizabethtown, 12932
Westport Golf

Westport Golf (formerly Westport Country Club) is a historic golf course nestled between Lake Champlain and the Adirondacks in Westport NY whose legacy began in 1898.  Today, the course features...

Location: 
47 Country Club Way, Westport, 12993
Hidden Quarry Trail Snowshoe

Explore the hidden quarry! This loop trail explores two delightful little forest areas and a field, with old cement structures from the turn of the previous century.

Hidden Quarry...

Location: 
Route 22, Westport, 12993
Flying Squirrel Trail

This Champlain Area Trail connects the Split Rock Wild Forest to the CATS Wildway Passage Trail next to Coon Mountain.  

Location: 
Essex Road, Essex, 12936
Ausable Chasm Campground and Recreation Center-Mountain Bike Center
Location: 
2144 Route 9
POB 390, Au Sable Chasm, 12911
Essex Shipyard, Inc.

Sheltered marina with daily, overnight, and seasonal slips available. Within walking distance to downtown shops and restaurants.

Location: 
Main Street, Essex, 12936
Norm's Bait & Tackle
Location: 
286 Bridge Road, Crown Point, 12928
Norm's Bait and Tackle
Location: 
286 Bridge Road, Crown Point, 12928
Willsboro Golf Course

Holes: 9
Par: 35
Yards:
Greens Fees: Call for greens fees
Cart: Available
...

Location: 
56 Point Road, Willsboro, 12996
The Crux-Champlain Valley Climbing Center

The Crux is the newest rock climbing facility in the Adirondacks! The massive indoor facility of 3200 square feet of climbing space offers a wide array of climbs and routes for rock climbers of...

Location: 
56 Rogers Lane
POB 397, Willsboro, 12996
Ticonderoga Dog Park
Location: 
Lord Howe Street, Ticonderoga, 12883
Moriah Golf & Country Club

Holes: 9
Par: 32
Yards: 2,144
Greens Fees: Call for greens fees
Cart: Available
...

Location: 
3122 Broad Street, Port Henry, 12974
Adirondack Trail Riders
Location: 
56 County Rd, Ticonderoga, 12883
F.M.B. Bait and Tackle
Location: 
4133 Main Street, Port Henry, 12974
Harmony Golf Club & Community

Holes: 9
Par: 30
Yards: 2,047
Greens Fees 2004: Call for greens fees.
Cart: Pull Carts...

Location: 
95 North St, Keeseville, 12944