Jump in and make a splash! The Lake Champlain Region has both private sandy swimming beaches and several sandy public beaches located around the lake, offering opportunities to swim, paddle and soak up the sun. Many of the public beaches and campgrounds have boat launches and rentals, picnic areas and recreation facilities as well.

If you're near Ticonderoga, head to the family oriented Black Point Public Beach — it's known for its "million-dollar view." Sit on the sandy beach and enjoy the spectacular views of historic Rogers Rock and the lake. If you're farther north, consider the Westport Municipal Beach, Noblewood Park in Willsboro, the Lincoln Pond Campground in Elizabethtown or Bulwagga Beach in Port Henry. 

Lincoln Pond Campground


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

Bathing beach and boat rentals....

4363 Lincoln Pond Road, Elizabethtown, 12932
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...

Route 22, Willsboro, 12996
Bulwagga Bay Park


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...

Bulwagga Bay Road, Port Henry, 12974
Port Henry's Champ Beach Park


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...

Beach Road, Port Henry, 12974
Westport Municipal Beach

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

Washington Street, Westport, 12993
Black Point Beach

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

11 Tiroga Beach Lane, Ticonderoga, 12883