Summer in the Lake Champlain Region

Of all the seasons around here, we get the most pumped for summer. While we love our winter fun, when May rolls around we’re ready to sluff off our snow pants and hop into a pair of shorts! Each summer here is more memorable than the last. Slipping a canoe into the water, taking the first swim of the season, or visiting one of our local ice cream shops to kickstart your stay will make you just as excited for summer as us! Enjoy historic landmarks, hikes, trails, or our rich farming culture by trying a farm-to-table meal. With so much to do, we’re sure you’ll have plenty of fun, both on land and water.

Two women paddle out onto the lake in kayaks

On the lake 

Stepping onto Lake Champlain's beaches, or your own waterfront dock, is one of the most freeing feelings you’ll have. Lake Champlain is so big, you would almost think it's an ocean! (it’s not, don’t worry) Home to fishing, boating, kayaking, you get the idea. Experience private, tucked away beaches or visit the numerous public swimming areas that dot the lake. Even get a campsite that has direct lake access, so no time is wasted getting out on the water. Make sure to visit more than one area of the lake when fishing, you never know what species likes to hangout around the lake!

Legends

Lake Champlain, our region’s namesake, is pretty legendary. All the fun to be had on the water aside, the Lake Champlain region has its own legends that run things around here. Champ, or Champy, is our resident monster. Said to be a horned serpent that lives in the depths of the lake, sightings of Champ date back to the first residents of the area. Old Native American stories confirm sightings of the monster. Champ is actually older than the Loch ness monster, whose first sightings weren’t recorded until 1933! Modern sightings of Champ started in Port Henry back in 1819. The area is still perfect to launch your own Champ search, you might even be able to add your name to the big board of Champ sightings by the end of your stay!

Fort Ticonderoga overlooking the lake

Explore history 

As if being nestled between the Adirondack mountains and a giant lake weren’t enough, the Lake Champlain Region is home to a piece of America’s rich history. Fort Ticonderoga is the site of the first offensive victory for American forces in the Revolutionary War. The fort held valuable ammo, guns, and location, all valuable for the Americans to fight an even bigger battle in Boston. The siege of Fort Ticonderoga ultimately led to America’s independence, secured in 1776. The site holds endless amounts of history to be discovered, and so do the surrounding hamlets. Make sure to check out nearby Essex, Keeseville, and Westport to fully dive into the region's history!

Black cows line up in a fenced pasture

Farm life

The first thing you’ll probably notice about the Lake Champlain Region is farms, lots and lots of farms! After visiting the thick forests and steep mountains of the Adirondacks, you’ll find rolling hills and flat plains surrounding Lake Champlain, home to plenty of crops, animals, and people too. Developed over centuries by farmers of the past, the culture of developing and taking care of the land rings true all over the region. In summer, try a taste of the work of our farms, with all kinds of fruits, produce, meat, and even home brews of beer, wine, honey, and cheese. Take part in the tradition by attending our seasonal events like the Essex County Fair or stopping by one of many farm stores. Even enjoy scenic trails on horseback while you’re here! Each town boasts their own farmers markets during the season so make sure to be on the lookout while you’re out exploring.

A group of people pose with ice cream in front of an ice cream shop

Downtown

The Lake Champlain Region would be incomplete without its historic hometowns. The charm of the area radiates from the locals and the bustling summer activities happening all season long. Great dining options and attractions scatter from town to town, so stopping by all of them is a must. Along with all the events to attend, the region is also a hub for the arts. Visit hotspots like the Depot Theater, a restored 1876 train station to see professional artists perform all year long. Visit art galleries, shops, and antique stores to take home handcrafted goods, see local artwork, and discover how cultures blend in the towns of the area. 

Cupola House Gallery and Lodging sign on a front porch

Stay

With diverse environments around the region, comes endless possibilities for lodging. Choose what experience works for you during your stay. Check out historic inns with breathtaking views and amenities. Stay on the scenic bluffs of Lake Champlain, rest in a Bed and Breakfast nestled on a sprawling farm, or experience rustic Great Camp lodging. Choose from options including hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts, cabins, rentals, and campgrounds. Each option houses a new perspective on living in the region, so no trip is the same!

Legendary

Essex
Cook Rd/Walker Rd, Essex | (518) 962-2287
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 activity on this path!
Snowshoeing
680
Elizabethtown
Lords Road, Elizabethtown | (518) 962-2287
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 several other viewing areas within the trail system that are quite rewarding.
Cross Country Skiing
1837
Ticonderoga
Putts Pond Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-7280
These two ponds are connected by a set of narrows; both are great for fishing.
Paddling
1862
Ticonderoga
Crane Pond Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 597-4649
The 46,283-acre Pharaoh Lake Wilderness is an outstanding part of the Adirondacks! The wilderness contains an abundance of lakes and ponds, the largest being Pharaoh Lake, at 441 acres. There are nearly 70- miles of trails within the Wilderness.
Hiking
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Port Henry
34 Park Place, Port Henry | (518) 597-4649
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 hilly remote roads with limited services and some logging...
Cycling
1820
Keeseville
Route 22, Keeseville | (518) 597-4649
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, some heavier traffic areas with limited shoulders. Services in...
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Westport
Lake Shore Road, Westport | (518) 597-4649
This easy-to-follow spur trail leaves the Barn Rock Bay Trail roughly 0.25 mile from the bay itself, at the top of the hill. The path weaves through a rocky area that is a fascinating landscape.
1850
Port Henry
Bulwagga Bay Road, Port Henry | (518) 546-7500
Canoe, kayak, swim, and bird all at Bulwagga Bay! Say "hi" to Champ if you're in the area.
4019
Port Henry
Beach Road, Port Henry | (518) 546-7123
It's a small town beach with a big presence. By being here, you increases your odds of seeing Champ! There's also a sandy beach, playground, nearby amenities, and a lovely riverside stroll through the park which contains one of the many rivers and...
4451
Westport
Angier Hill Road, Westport | (518) 962-2287
This scenic, easy walk is perfect for anyone. Be advised there may be trail closures in the area around hunting season. Check the CATS website for the latest info.
Snowshoeing
713
Willsboro
624 Mountain View Drive, Willsboro
This is another fine trail in the CATS trail system.
24775
Ticonderoga
763 Putts Pond Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 532-7675
An unused road leads through old growth forest to a lovely pond. Wonderful winter scenery! Crane Pond via Blue Hill Trailhead: You can use the Putnam Pond campground at the end of a dead end road off of Route 74 from Ticonderoga. Distance: 6.3 mile...
Snowshoeing
2716
Essex
Essex Road POb 193, Essex | (518) 962-2287
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: The trailhead is on Essex Road (Route 22), 3.2 miles north of the Essex Ferry and 1.
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Keeseville
176 NYS Route 9N, Keeseville | (518) 597-4649
Poke-O Moonshine Mountain offers a huge a variety of activities for anyone looking for a place to spend the day, with an easy hike to the top, gorgeous swaths of rock for climbing, and plenty of wildlife, you're sure to find something at Poke-O.
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Port Henry
16 Park Place, Port Henry | (518) 597-4649
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. 36.3 miles, Intermediate. Paved roads, remote areas with...
Cycling
1821
Crown Point
703 Creek Rd, Crown Point | (518) 597-3804
First named Irondale, this area is known as the “Birthplace of the Electric Age," since it was here that the first industrial application of electricity in the United States took place.
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Ticonderoga
763 Putts Pond Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 532-7675
An unused road leads through old growth forest to a lovely pond. Wonderful winter scenery! Crane Pond via Blue Hill Trailhead: You can use the Putnam Pond campground at the end of a dead end road off of Route 74 from Ticonderoga. Distance: 6.3 mile...
Cross Country Skiing
2716
Essex
Reynolds Road, Essex | (518) 962-2287
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 a beaver pond. To protect waterfowl, please leave dogs at home.
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Port Henry
Beach Road, Port Henry | (518) 546-7123
It's a small town beach with a big presence. By being here, you increases your odds of seeing Champ! There's also a sandy beach, playground, nearby amenities, and a lovely riverside stroll through the park which contains one of the many rivers and...
4451
Elizabethtown
4363 Lincoln Pond Road, Elizabethtown | (518) 942-5292
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. Facilities in main complex. Backcountry and boat access-only sites in more...
Campgrounds
29771
Westport
Mill Street POB 193, Westport | (518) 962-2287
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.
686
Elizabethtown
Lords Road, Elizabethtown | (518) 962-2287
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 several other viewing areas within the trail system that are quite rewarding.
Snowshoeing
1837
Willsboro
Willsboro
Willsboro was first settled in 1765, as Willsborough Falls, or simply, "The Falls." Ironworks from 1801 was a major economic driver. Most of the buildings seen today were constructed between the late 1790s and 1950s. The result is a wide spectrum of...
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Willsboro
Route 22, Willsboro | (518) 597-4649
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, truck traffic on short stretch of County 57. Occasional steep...
1822
Willsboro
Route 22, Willsboro | (518) 963-8668
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.
2364
Port Henry
Beach Road, Port Henry | (518) 546-7123
It's a small town beach with a big presence. By being here, you increases your odds of seeing Champ! There's also a sandy beach, playground, nearby amenities, and a lovely riverside stroll through the park which contains one of the many rivers and...
Paddling
4451
Ticonderoga
Bicentennial Park, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-6366
Take a lovely loop around Bicentennial Park with many interpretive signboards to learn about history and nature.
History
3083
Willsboro
Route 22, Willsboro
A great bike ride through small communities with lake views!
1744
Ticonderoga
763 Putts Pond Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 597-4649
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 intersection. Right leads toward Treadway Mountain and...
Snowshoeing
3091
Ticonderoga
Mt Defiance Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 597-4649
This historic location and scenic drive offers unmatched views of Fort Ticonderoga as well as Lake Champlain from above.
27343
New Russia
Route 9, New Russia | (518) 597-4649
Hiking Rocky Peak Ridge is the 20th highest peak in the Adirondacks at 4,420 feet in elevation. It offers outstanding views from its summit, and is usually less-crowded than neighboring Giant.
Hiking
3191
Elizabethtown
7590 Court Street, Elizabethtown | (518) 873-6466
Visit a restored fire tower and the Colonial Garden with a .5 mile nature trail. Trailhead: on the grounds of the Adirondack Center Museum, Easy Walk Time in hours: Family with Young Kids: Round Trip: .75 Experienced Hiker: Round Trip: .2 Out of Shape...
3081
Ticonderoga
Bicentennial Park, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-6366
Take a lovely loop around Bicentennial Park with many interpretive signboards to learn about history and nature.
3083
Essex
Main St, Essex | (518) 597-4649
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, low traffic, services in Essex and Whallonsburg. 30.8 miles...
Cycling
1824
Moriah
Ensign Pond Road, Moriah | (518) 597-4649
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 of a number of War of 1812 soldiers.
Cycling
1828
Ticonderoga
Crane Pond Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 597-4649
The 46,283-acre Pharaoh Lake Wilderness is an outstanding part of the Adirondacks! The wilderness contains an abundance of lakes and ponds, the largest being Pharaoh Lake, at 441 acres. There are nearly 70- miles of trails within the Wilderness.
2789
Ticonderoga
Putts Pond Rd, Ticonderoga | (518) 597-4649
Berrymill Pond is a scenic destination with hiking, camping, and paddling!
Campgrounds
1860
Elizabethtown
Lords Road, Elizabethtown | (518) 962-2287
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 several other viewing areas within the trail system that are quite rewarding.
Cycling
1837
Ticonderoga
Ticonderoga
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.
History
31355
Ticonderoga
Mt Defiance Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 597-4649
This historic location and scenic drive offers unmatched views of Fort Ticonderoga as well as Lake Champlain from above.
27343
Westport
Angier Hill Road, Westport | (518) 962-2287
This scenic, easy walk is perfect for anyone. Be advised there may be trail closures in the area around hunting season. Check the CATS website for the latest info.
713
Keeseville
154-166 Soper Rd Giddings Road Trailhead, Keeseville | (518) 597-4649
Hiking Carry a map and compass on this trail system, as it can be easy to get turned around. Trailhead There are three location that you can access the trail system; Route 373 Trailhead From the intersection of Route 373 and Route 9 north of...
Hiking
1791
Elizabethtown
Lords Road, Elizabethtown | (518) 962-2287
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 several other viewing areas within the trail system that are quite rewarding.
Running
1837
Ticonderoga
Bicentennial Park, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-6366
Take a lovely loop around Bicentennial Park with many interpretive signboards to learn about history and nature.
Snowshoeing
3083
Ticonderoga
Route 74, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-6619
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 cross over the bridge separating the two portions of the lake. In roughly 0.25...
1853
Ticonderoga
11 Tiroga Beach Lane, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-6619
Maintained by the Town of Ticonderoga, Black Point Beach is open daily through the summer from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. No fee.
4018
Elizabethtown
4363 Lincoln Pond Road, Elizabethtown | (518) 942-5292
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. Facilities in main complex. Backcountry and boat access-only sites in more...
29771
Crown Point
784 Bridge Road, Crown Point | (518) 597-3603
The park has campsites, hot showers, a trailer dump station, a recycling center, disabled accessibility, and a boat launching ramp.
Campgrounds
920
Westport
Washington Street, Westport | (518) 962-8383
Open daily through the summer from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m., no fee. Pet friendly and wheelchair accessible.
4022
New Russia
Route 9, New Russia | (518) 597-4649
Hiking Rocky Peak Ridge is the 20th highest peak in the Adirondacks at 4,420 feet in elevation. It offers outstanding views from its summit, and is usually less-crowded than neighboring Giant.
Campgrounds
3191
Port Henry
14 Park Place, Port Henry | (518) 546-3587
Brochures available at the Iron Center or at the town hall on Park Place in Port Henry. Explore Port Henry's historic downtown and learn about Moriah's industrial legacy on A Walk Through History, a self-guided walking tour. The architectural walking...
2636
Westport
Sherman Road, Westport | (866) 843-5253
Wonderful outing through an old forest and a pine plantation, then follows the border of the wetlands before traversing the side of a hill.
1838
Port Henry
Bulwagga Bay Road, Port Henry | (518) 546-7500
Canoe, kayak, swim, and bird all at Bulwagga Bay! Say "hi" to Champ if you're in the area.
4019
Keeseville
1 Mill Street, Keeseville | (518) 834-9328
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 throughout the 1800s, industry continued to take advantage of...
1694
Port Henry
Bulwagga Bay Road, Port Henry | (518) 546-7500
Canoe, kayak, swim, and bird all at Bulwagga Bay! Say "hi" to Champ if you're in the area.
Paddling
4019
Looking for a new adventure that will let you explore the Adirondacks and learn cool things? Get in on the latest challenge! New in 2021, History s'Peaks is an Adirondack museum challenge in the High Peaks region.
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Crown Point
814 Bridge Road, Crown Point
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.
1743
Port Henry
Beach Road, Port Henry | (518) 546-7123
It's a small town beach with a big presence. By being here, you increases your odds of seeing Champ! There's also a sandy beach, playground, nearby amenities, and a lovely riverside stroll through the park which contains one of the many rivers and...
4451
Keeseville
154-166 Soper Rd Giddings Road Trailhead, Keeseville | (518) 597-4649
Hiking Carry a map and compass on this trail system, as it can be easy to get turned around. Trailhead There are three location that you can access the trail system; Route 373 Trailhead From the intersection of Route 373 and Route 9 north of...
1791
Ticonderoga
763 Putts Pond Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 532-7675
An unused road leads through old growth forest to a lovely pond. Wonderful winter scenery! Crane Pond via Blue Hill Trailhead: You can use the Putnam Pond campground at the end of a dead end road off of Route 74 from Ticonderoga. Distance: 6.3 mile...
Campgrounds
2716
Elizabethtown
Route 9, Elizabethtown | (518) 597-4649
Giant is a shortened name for the peak that was originally called Giant of the Valley, and that's exactly what it is — a huge landmass that towers over Keene Valley and the surrounding lowlands.
Snowshoeing
3086
Crown Point
814 Bridge Road, Crown Point | (518) 597-4649
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 wooded terrain, low traffic, services in Essex and Whallonsburg.
1823
Ticonderoga
763 Putts Pond Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 532-7675
An unused road leads through old growth forest to a lovely pond. Wonderful winter scenery! Crane Pond via Blue Hill Trailhead: You can use the Putnam Pond campground at the end of a dead end road off of Route 74 from Ticonderoga. Distance: 6.3 mile...
Hiking
2716
Essex
Main St, Essex | (518) 597-4649
Along with the gorgeous views of the Adirondack Mountains and Lake Champlain and great cycling roads, there are also wonderful hiking possibilities along this route.
Cycling
1827
Ticonderoga
Mt Defiance Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 597-4649
This historic location and scenic drive offers unmatched views of Fort Ticonderoga as well as Lake Champlain from above.
27343
Port Henry
Bulwagga Bay Road, Port Henry | (518) 546-7500
Canoe, kayak, swim, and bird all at Bulwagga Bay! Say "hi" to Champ if you're in the area.
4019
Willsboro
Route 22, Willsboro | (518) 963-8668
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.
2364
Ticonderoga
6 Moses Circle, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-7868
The Hancock House is open Wednesday through Saturday - 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. - excluding holidays. Donation. The Georgian-style Hancock House, an exact replica of Thomas Hancock's (John Hancock's uncle) former Beacon Hill home in Boston, was built as a...
History
1410
Elizabethtown
Lords Road, Elizabethtown | (518) 962-2287
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 several other viewing areas within the trail system that are quite rewarding.
Hiking
1837
Willsboro
Route 22, Willsboro | (518) 963-8668
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.
2364
Elizabethtown
Lords Road, Elizabethtown | (518) 962-2287
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 several other viewing areas within the trail system that are quite rewarding.
Campgrounds
1837
Port Henry
Beach Road, Port Henry | (518) 546-7123
It's a small town beach with a big presence. By being here, you increases your odds of seeing Champ! There's also a sandy beach, playground, nearby amenities, and a lovely riverside stroll through the park which contains one of the many rivers and...
Paddling
4451
Keeseville
Port Kent Ferry Dock, Keeseville | (518) 597-4649
Travel through five different apple orchards. Getting there Services in Port Kent and Peru. 24.4 miles - Port Kent & Peru. Map & turn by turn directions on the PDF. Cycling A special delight in the spring blooming season! There are also spectacular...
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Willsboro
624 Mountain View Drive, Willsboro
This is another fine trail in the CATS trail system.
Snowshoeing
24775
Ticonderoga
9894 Lake Shore Drive, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-6746
Located at the northern end of Lake George, Rogers Rock DEC State Campground is a very popular campground for families and visitors! Campers can enjoy a guarded swimming beach, cycling, fishing, boating, and hiking.
Campgrounds
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Essex
Main St, Essex | (518) 597-4649
Along with the gorgeous views of the Adirondack Mountains and Lake Champlain and great cycling roads, there are also wonderful hiking possibilities along this route.
1827
Port Henry
Beach Road, Port Henry | (518) 546-7123
It's a small town beach with a big presence. By being here, you increases your odds of seeing Champ! There's also a sandy beach, playground, nearby amenities, and a lovely riverside stroll through the park which contains one of the many rivers and...
Campgrounds
4451
Ticonderoga
Putts Pond Rd, Ticonderoga | (518) 597-4649
Berrymill Pond is a scenic destination with hiking, camping, and paddling!
Paddling
1860
Essex
Leaning Road POB 193, Essex | (518) 962-2287
Black Kettle Farm Nature Trail is an easy to moderate 1.5 mile loop.
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Ticonderoga
Putts Pond Rd, Ticonderoga | (518) 597-4649
Berrymill Pond is a scenic destination with hiking, camping, and paddling!
Hiking
1860
Port Henry
16 Park Place, Port Henry | (518) 597-4649
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. 36.3 miles, Intermediate. Paved roads, remote areas with...
1821
Elizabethtown
Lords Road, Elizabethtown | (518) 962-2287
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 several other viewing areas within the trail system that are quite rewarding.
Cross Country Skiing
1837
Keeseville
154-166 Soper Rd Giddings Road Trailhead, Keeseville | (518) 597-4649
Hiking Carry a map and compass on this trail system, as it can be easy to get turned around. Trailhead There are three location that you can access the trail system; Route 373 Trailhead From the intersection of Route 373 and Route 9 north of...
Cross Country Skiing
1791
Westport
Route 22, Westport | (518) 962-2287
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.
690
Elizabethtown
4363 Lincoln Pond Road, Elizabethtown | (518) 942-5292
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. Facilities in main complex. Backcountry and boat access-only sites in more...
Campgrounds
29771
Moriah
Ensign Pond Road, Moriah | (518) 597-4649
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 of a number of War of 1812 soldiers.
1828
Ticonderoga
Bicentennial Park, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-6366
Take a lovely loop around Bicentennial Park with many interpretive signboards to learn about history and nature.
History
3083
Essex
Route 22, Boquet Road POB 250, Essex | (518) 963-7088
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 charmling little town is full of well-preserved 19th century...
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Port Henry
Beach Road, Port Henry | (518) 546-7123
It's a small town beach with a big presence. By being here, you increases your odds of seeing Champ! There's also a sandy beach, playground, nearby amenities, and a lovely riverside stroll through the park which contains one of the many rivers and...
Campgrounds
4451
Willsboro
Route 22, Willsboro | (518) 963-8668
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.
Paddling
2364
Port Henry
Beach Road, Port Henry | (518) 546-7123
It's a small town beach with a big presence. By being here, you increases your odds of seeing Champ! There's also a sandy beach, playground, nearby amenities, and a lovely riverside stroll through the park which contains one of the many rivers and...
4451
Port Henry
Bulwagga Bay Road, Port Henry | (518) 546-7500
Canoe, kayak, swim, and bird all at Bulwagga Bay! Say "hi" to Champ if you're in the area.
4019
Crown Point
Lake Road, Crown Point | (518) 597-4649
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 backdrop on both sides.
Cycling
1829
Plattsburgh
3346 Lake Shore Road, Plattsburgh | (518) 962-2287
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 species such as greater and lesser scaup, common goldeneye, and...
1760
Westport
Sayre Rd POB 193, Westport | (518) 962-2287
The Art Farm Trail is an easy, 1.5 mile round trip hike. The trailhead is on Sayre Road, 0.6 mile north of Lewis-Wadhams Road. The trail goes through a field and woods, then connects to Field and Forest Trail.
Cross Country Skiing
718
Willsboro
Route 22, Willsboro | (518) 963-8668
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.
Campgrounds
2364
Ticonderoga
Bicentennial Park, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-6366
Take a lovely loop around Bicentennial Park with many interpretive signboards to learn about history and nature.
Snowshoeing
3083
Willsboro
Essex Road, Willsboro | (518) 963-8668
A town of Willsboro recreation park with a youth trail, community garden, and tennis and volleyball courts. Open to the public year round.
4794
Ticonderoga
1114 Wicker Street, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-6619
Local products, produce, special events, kids crafts, & more!
Shopping
4152
Willsboro
Route 22, Willsboro
A great bike ride through small communities with lake views!
Cycling
1744
Westport
Sayre Rd POB 193, Westport | (518) 962-2287
The Art Farm Trail is an easy, 1.5 mile round trip hike. The trailhead is on Sayre Road, 0.6 mile north of Lewis-Wadhams Road. The trail goes through a field and woods, then connects to Field and Forest Trail.
718
Ticonderoga
Crane Pond Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 597-4649
The 46,283-acre Pharaoh Lake Wilderness is an outstanding part of the Adirondacks! The wilderness contains an abundance of lakes and ponds, the largest being Pharaoh Lake, at 441 acres. There are nearly 70- miles of trails within the Wilderness.
Campgrounds
2789
Keeseville
Route 22, Keeseville | (518) 597-4649
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, some heavier traffic areas with limited shoulders. Services in...
Cycling
1745
Willsboro
Route 22, Willsboro | (518) 597-4649
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, truck traffic on short stretch of County 57. Occasional steep...
Cycling
1822
Port Henry
Beach Road, Port Henry | (518) 546-7123
It's a small town beach with a big presence. By being here, you increases your odds of seeing Champ! There's also a sandy beach, playground, nearby amenities, and a lovely riverside stroll through the park which contains one of the many rivers and...
4451
Ticonderoga
Bicentennial Park, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-6366
Take a lovely loop around Bicentennial Park with many interpretive signboards to learn about history and nature.
3083
Willsboro
Route 22, Willsboro | (518) 963-8668
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.
Paddling
2364
Keeseville
176 NYS Route 9N, Keeseville | (518) 597-4649
Poke-O Moonshine Mountain offers a huge a variety of activities for anyone looking for a place to spend the day, with an easy hike to the top, gorgeous swaths of rock for climbing, and plenty of wildlife, you're sure to find something at Poke-O.
1754
Ticonderoga
763 Putts Pond Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 532-7675
An unused road leads through old growth forest to a lovely pond. Wonderful winter scenery! Crane Pond via Blue Hill Trailhead: You can use the Putnam Pond campground at the end of a dead end road off of Route 74 from Ticonderoga. Distance: 6.3 mile...
Fishing
2716
New Russia
Route 9, New Russia | (518) 597-4649
Hiking Rocky Peak Ridge is the 20th highest peak in the Adirondacks at 4,420 feet in elevation. It offers outstanding views from its summit, and is usually less-crowded than neighboring Giant.
Snowshoeing
3191
Port Henry
Beach Road, Port Henry | (518) 546-7123
It's a small town beach with a big presence. By being here, you increases your odds of seeing Champ! There's also a sandy beach, playground, nearby amenities, and a lovely riverside stroll through the park which contains one of the many rivers and...
Campgrounds
4451
Willsboro
Route 22, Willsboro | (518) 963-8668
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.
2364
Keeseville
176 NYS Route 9N, Keeseville | (518) 597-4649
Poke-O Moonshine Mountain offers a huge a variety of activities for anyone looking for a place to spend the day, with an easy hike to the top, gorgeous swaths of rock for climbing, and plenty of wildlife, you're sure to find something at Poke-O.
Attractions
1754
Ticonderoga
763 Putts Pond Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 532-7675
An unused road leads through old growth forest to a lovely pond. Wonderful winter scenery! Crane Pond via Blue Hill Trailhead: You can use the Putnam Pond campground at the end of a dead end road off of Route 74 from Ticonderoga. Distance: 6.3 mile...
Fishing
2716
Elizabethtown
4363 Lincoln Pond Road, Elizabethtown | (518) 942-5292
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. Facilities in main complex. Backcountry and boat access-only sites in more...
Campgrounds
29771
Port Henry
Beach Road, Port Henry | (518) 546-7123
It's a small town beach with a big presence. By being here, you increases your odds of seeing Champ! There's also a sandy beach, playground, nearby amenities, and a lovely riverside stroll through the park which contains one of the many rivers and...
4451
Elizabethtown
Elizabethtown
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 educated lawyers of the area. seen in Hand/Hale National...
31345
Willsboro
Route 22, Willsboro | (518) 963-8668
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.
2364
Westport
1234 Stevenson Rd, Westport | (518) 597-4649
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." Farms, woodlands, and lake views, watch for traffic on Routes 22...
1825
Willsboro
Route 22, Willsboro | (518) 963-8668
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.
2364
Westport
1234 Stevenson Rd, Westport | (518) 597-4649
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." Farms, woodlands, and lake views, watch for traffic on Routes 22...
Cycling
1825
Ticonderoga
Mt Defiance Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 597-4649
This historic location and scenic drive offers unmatched views of Fort Ticonderoga as well as Lake Champlain from above.
27343
Elizabethtown
Hand Avenue, Elizabethtown | (518) 293-7877
Fridays June 1 - October 5 2018, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The Elizabethtown Farmers' Market features fresh vegetables and berries in season, jams and jellies, breads and other baked goods, fresh flowers and bedding plants, maple syrup, and handmade...
Shopping
106
Port Henry
Beach Road, Port Henry | (518) 546-7123
It's a small town beach with a big presence. By being here, you increases your odds of seeing Champ! There's also a sandy beach, playground, nearby amenities, and a lovely riverside stroll through the park which contains one of the many rivers and...
4451
Elizabethtown
4363 Lincoln Pond Road, Elizabethtown | (518) 942-5292
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. Facilities in main complex. Backcountry and boat access-only sites in more...
Campgrounds
29771
Willsboro
Library Street/Willsboro boat launch, Willsboro
This quiet path through the forests of Willsboro is perfect for an afternoon stroll in any season! Plus, it has a universal access loop that all can enjoy!
694
Elizabethtown
4363 Lincoln Pond Road, Elizabethtown | (518) 942-5292
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. Facilities in main complex. Backcountry and boat access-only sites in more...
29771
Willsboro
Route 22, Willsboro | (518) 963-8668
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.
2364
Ticonderoga
Ticonderoga
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.
History
31355
Port Henry
Bulwagga Bay Road, Port Henry | (518) 546-7500
Canoe, kayak, swim, and bird all at Bulwagga Bay! Say "hi" to Champ if you're in the area.
4019
Ticonderoga
Ticonderoga
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.
History
31355
Ticonderoga
Bicentennial Park, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-6366
Take a lovely loop around Bicentennial Park with many interpretive signboards to learn about history and nature.
3083
Westport
1 Main Street, Westport | (518) 597-4649
This tour will guide you through the evolution of Westport from its early industrial and agricultural beginnings to a summer resort that has responded to dramatic changes in expectations for rest and recreation over the course of a century and a half.
4505
Keeseville
154-166 Soper Rd Giddings Road Trailhead, Keeseville | (518) 597-4649
Hiking Carry a map and compass on this trail system, as it can be easy to get turned around. Trailhead There are three location that you can access the trail system; Route 373 Trailhead From the intersection of Route 373 and Route 9 north of...
1791
Elizabethtown
Route 9, Elizabethtown | (518) 597-4649
Giant is a shortened name for the peak that was originally called Giant of the Valley, and that's exactly what it is — a huge landmass that towers over Keene Valley and the surrounding lowlands.
Campgrounds
3086
Port Henry
Bulwagga Bay Road, Port Henry | (518) 546-7500
Canoe, kayak, swim, and bird all at Bulwagga Bay! Say "hi" to Champ if you're in the area.
4019
Westport
Lake Shore Road, Westport | (866) 843-5253
Located within the Magic Triangle, Webb Royce Swamp has historically been a great birding location with a variety of breeding ducks and great blue herons. The swamp is much drier than it was in the past due to the loss of dam-building beavers, but it...
1753
Elizabethtown
4363 Lincoln Pond Road, Elizabethtown | (518) 942-5292
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. Facilities in main complex. Backcountry and boat access-only sites in more...
29771
Ticonderoga
763 Putts Pond Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 597-4649
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 intersection. Right leads toward Treadway Mountain and...
Campgrounds
3091
Elizabethtown
4363 Lincoln Pond Road, Elizabethtown | (518) 942-5292
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. Facilities in main complex. Backcountry and boat access-only sites in more...
Campgrounds
29771
Ticonderoga
Ticonderoga
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.
31355
Looking for a new adventure that will let you explore the Adirondacks and learn cool things? Get in on the latest challenge! New in 2021, History s'Peaks is an Adirondack museum challenge in the High Peaks region.
History
66785
Willsboro
Library Street/Willsboro boat launch, Willsboro
This quiet path through the forests of Willsboro is perfect for an afternoon stroll in any season! Plus, it has a universal access loop that all can enjoy!
694
New Russia
Route 9, New Russia | (518) 597-4649
Hiking Rocky Peak Ridge is the 20th highest peak in the Adirondacks at 4,420 feet in elevation. It offers outstanding views from its summit, and is usually less-crowded than neighboring Giant.
Hiking
3191
Elizabethtown
Lords Road, Elizabethtown | (518) 962-2287
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 several other viewing areas within the trail system that are quite rewarding.
Snowshoeing
1837
Ticonderoga
Ticonderoga
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.
History
31355
Ticonderoga
763 Putts Pond Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 532-7675
An unused road leads through old growth forest to a lovely pond. Wonderful winter scenery! Crane Pond via Blue Hill Trailhead: You can use the Putnam Pond campground at the end of a dead end road off of Route 74 from Ticonderoga. Distance: 6.3 mile...
Paddling
2716
Willsboro
Route 22, Willsboro | (518) 963-4383
Every Thursday from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Jun 14 to Sep 6, 2018 Homemade jams, fresh flowers, cheese, and honey. Located across from Johnny's Smokehouse on Route 22.
Shopping
109
Essex
Main St, Essex | (518) 597-4649
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, low traffic, services in Essex and Whallonsburg. 30.8 miles...
1824
Elizabethtown
Route 9, Elizabethtown | (518) 597-4649
Giant is a shortened name for the peak that was originally called Giant of the Valley, and that's exactly what it is — a huge landmass that towers over Keene Valley and the surrounding lowlands.
Hiking
3086
Crown Point
814 Bridge Road, Crown Point
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.
Cycling
1743
Ticonderoga
Putts Pond Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-7280
These two ponds are connected by a set of narrows; both are great for fishing.
1862
Crown Point
Lake Road, Crown Point | (518) 597-4649
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 backdrop on both sides.
1829
Ticonderoga
Ticonderoga
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.
31355
Port Henry
Beach Road, Port Henry | (518) 546-7123
It's a small town beach with a big presence. By being here, you increases your odds of seeing Champ! There's also a sandy beach, playground, nearby amenities, and a lovely riverside stroll through the park which contains one of the many rivers and...
Paddling
4451
Elizabethtown
4363 Lincoln Pond Road, Elizabethtown | (518) 942-5292
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. Facilities in main complex. Backcountry and boat access-only sites in more...
Campgrounds
29771
Port Henry
Beach Road, Port Henry | (518) 546-7123
It's a small town beach with a big presence. By being here, you increases your odds of seeing Champ! There's also a sandy beach, playground, nearby amenities, and a lovely riverside stroll through the park which contains one of the many rivers and...
4451
Essex
Cook Rd/Walker Rd, Essex | (518) 962-2287
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 activity on this path!
680
Port Henry
Bulwagga Bay Road, Port Henry | (518) 546-7500
Canoe, kayak, swim, and bird all at Bulwagga Bay! Say "hi" to Champ if you're in the area.
Paddling
4019
Plattsburgh
3346 Lake Shore Road, Plattsburgh | (518) 962-2287
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 species such as greater and lesser scaup, common goldeneye, and...
1760
Westport
6482 Main Street POB 193, Westport | (518) 962-2287
(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.
725
Willsboro
Route 22, Willsboro | (518) 963-8668
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.
Paddling
2364
Elizabethtown
Lords Road, Elizabethtown | (518) 962-2287
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 several other viewing areas within the trail system that are quite rewarding.
Cycling
1837
Port Henry
Beach Road, Port Henry | (518) 546-7123
It's a small town beach with a big presence. By being here, you increases your odds of seeing Champ! There's also a sandy beach, playground, nearby amenities, and a lovely riverside stroll through the park which contains one of the many rivers and...
4451
Ticonderoga
Putts Pond Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-7280
These two ponds are connected by a set of narrows; both are great for fishing.
Fishing
1862
Westport
Route 9, Westport | (518) 585-6619
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. Striking shoreline vantage points. Crown Point Visitor Information...
2783
Port Henry
34 Park Place, Port Henry | (518) 597-4649
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 hilly remote roads with limited services and some logging...
1820
Plattsburgh
3346 Lake Shore Road, Plattsburgh | (518) 962-2287
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 species such as greater and lesser scaup, common goldeneye, and...
Cross Country Skiing
1760
Willsboro
Route 22, Willsboro | (518) 963-8668
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.
Campgrounds
2364
Ticonderoga
763 Putts Pond Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 597-4649
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 intersection. Right leads toward Treadway Mountain and...
Hiking
3091
Willsboro
Route 22, Willsboro | (518) 963-8668
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.
2364
Ticonderoga
Bicentennial Park, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-6366
Take a lovely loop around Bicentennial Park with many interpretive signboards to learn about history and nature.
3083
Keeseville
Port Kent Ferry Dock, Keeseville | (518) 597-4649
Travel through five different apple orchards. Getting there Services in Port Kent and Peru. 24.4 miles - Port Kent & Peru. Map & turn by turn directions on the PDF. Cycling A special delight in the spring blooming season! There are also spectacular...
Cycling
1826
Elizabethtown
Lords Road, Elizabethtown | (518) 962-2287
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 several other viewing areas within the trail system that are quite rewarding.
Running
1837
Westport
Sayre Rd POB 193, Westport | (518) 962-2287
The Art Farm Trail is an easy, 1.5 mile round trip hike. The trailhead is on Sayre Road, 0.6 mile north of Lewis-Wadhams Road. The trail goes through a field and woods, then connects to Field and Forest Trail.
Snowshoeing
718
Elizabethtown
Lords Road, Elizabethtown | (518) 962-2287
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 several other viewing areas within the trail system that are quite rewarding.
Hiking
1837
Ticonderoga
Putts Pond Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-7280
These two ponds are connected by a set of narrows; both are great for fishing.
Fishing
1862
Willsboro
Route 22, Willsboro | (518) 963-8668
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.
2364
Keeseville
154-166 Soper Rd Giddings Road Trailhead, Keeseville | (518) 597-4649
Hiking Carry a map and compass on this trail system, as it can be easy to get turned around. Trailhead There are three location that you can access the trail system; Route 373 Trailhead From the intersection of Route 373 and Route 9 north of...
Running
1791
Westport
Lake Shore Road, Westport | (866) 843-5253
Located within the Magic Triangle, Webb Royce Swamp has historically been a great birding location with a variety of breeding ducks and great blue herons. The swamp is much drier than it was in the past due to the loss of dam-building beavers, but it...
1753
Elizabethtown
Route 9, Elizabethtown | (518) 597-4649
Giant is a shortened name for the peak that was originally called Giant of the Valley, and that's exactly what it is — a huge landmass that towers over Keene Valley and the surrounding lowlands.
Hiking
3086
Crown Point
814 Bridge Road, Crown Point | (518) 597-4649
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 wooded terrain, low traffic, services in Essex and Whallonsburg.
Cycling
1823
Ticonderoga
Mt Defiance Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 597-4649
This historic location and scenic drive offers unmatched views of Fort Ticonderoga as well as Lake Champlain from above.
Attractions
27343
Ticonderoga
Mt Defiance Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 597-4649
This historic location and scenic drive offers unmatched views of Fort Ticonderoga as well as Lake Champlain from above.
Attractions
27343
Elizabethtown
Lords Road, Elizabethtown | (518) 962-2287
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 several other viewing areas within the trail system that are quite rewarding.
Campgrounds
1837
Elizabethtown
Route 9, Elizabethtown | (518) 962-2287
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 River. Trail Description Split Rock Falls is a roadside attraction where you can...
1834
Keeseville
154-166 Soper Rd Giddings Road Trailhead, Keeseville | (518) 597-4649
Hiking Carry a map and compass on this trail system, as it can be easy to get turned around. Trailhead There are three location that you can access the trail system; Route 373 Trailhead From the intersection of Route 373 and Route 9 north of...
Snowshoeing
1791
Willsboro
Route 22, Willsboro | (518) 963-8668
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.
Campgrounds
2364
Westport
3 Sisco Street, Westport | (518) 962-4810
Scenic drives past majestic mountains, shimmering blue lakes, and fertile valleys will lead you to discover Adirondack Harvest agricultural products. Adirondack Harvest is a community organization formed out of concern for the loss and abandonment of...
103
Elizabethtown
7590 Court Street, Elizabethtown | (518) 873-6466
Elizabethtown's original central school provides ample space for a large collection of artifacts from over 200 years of Essex County history and culture. The 2019 seasonal exhibits include "Bootleggers & the Law in the ADKs," "One Earth - Two...
History
116
Moriah
245 Edgemont Road, Moriah | (518) 546-7484
sweet corn, vegetables, seasonal self serve.
423
Ticonderoga
260 Burgoyne Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-2378
Cocktail lounge, Burgoyne Grill - Pub fare or full dinner menu available, open for lunch and dinner.
445
Willsboro
3901 Nys Route 22 POB 238, Willsboro | (518) 963-8389
Dining
1165
Elizabethtown
7590 Court Street, Elizabethtown | (518) 873-6466
Elizabethtown's original central school provides ample space for a large collection of artifacts from over 200 years of Essex County history and culture. The 2019 seasonal exhibits include "Bootleggers & the Law in the ADKs," "One Earth - Two...
116
Westport
Westport | (518) 897-1200
(photo courtesy Lake Champlain Maritime Museum) Contact the NYS DEC or the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum in Basin Harbor, VT for information. Call 518-897-1200 for a detailed brochure. The Champlain II, launched in 1868, was first used to ferry...
History
1794
Ticonderoga
3 Woody Lane, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-6346
Fresh grown local produce, bed plants, berries and peaches, when in season, at roadside stand and at the Schroon Lake Farmer's Market.
Shopping
1047
Keeseville
1745 Main Street, Keeseville | (518) 834-9328
Adirondack Architectural Heritage (AARCH) is the nonprofit historic preservation organization for the Adirondacks. AARCH was formed in 1990 with a mission to promote better public understanding, appreciation, and stewardship of the Adirondacks' unique...
36
Keeseville
1749 Main Street, Keeseville | (518) 834-5245
Shopping
67666
Lake Placid
PO Box 337, Lake Placid | (518) 891-9919
Visit our website to see 1000+ photo listings of real estate for sale, vacation rentals and timeshares offered on a "by owner" basis throughout the Adirondack Park, including Lake Placid, Wilmington/Whiteface, Lake George, Old Forge, Saranac Lake...
Lodging
28
Essex
Main Street, Essex | (518) 962-8833
Cottage Furniture, Antiques, and Vintage Finds. A stylish blend of old and new.
Shopping
2593
Elizabethtown
7552 Court Street, Elizabethtown | (518) 873-6514
Lodging
25621
Ticonderoga
102 Montcalm Street, Ticonderoga
A makers' co-op retail space.
64933
Essex
2297 Main Street, Essex | (518) 963-4400
The Essex Inn has an ever changing menu of seasonal items, many of which have been hand selected from local farms. Our close relationship with some of the area's most prominent producers insures a unique dining experience. All of our items are...
1153
Ticonderoga
260 Burgoyne Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-2378
Cocktail lounge, Burgoyne Grill - Pub fare or full dinner menu available, open for lunch and dinner.
Dining
445
Westport
3 Sisco Street, Westport | (518) 962-4810
Scenic drives past majestic mountains, shimmering blue lakes, and fertile valleys will lead you to discover Adirondack Harvest agricultural products. Adirondack Harvest is a community organization formed out of concern for the loss and abandonment of...
103
Port Henry
34 Park Place, Port Henry | (518) 546-3587
End of June to Columbus Day, Mon/Tues/Wed, 12-2pm. Thur/Fri/Sat, 12-3pm. Donation. Railroad and mining history exhibits are presented by the Town of Moriah Historical Society in a restored carriage house at the former Witherbee-Sherman and Company...
History
4089
Keeseville
634 Route 373, Keeseville | (518) 834-9990
We invite you to enjoy Adirondack camping in the spring, summer and fall in one of New York's most scenic campgrounds. Conveniently located on the grounds of the famous Ausable Chasm where reduced rates and special packages are offered to guests who...
Campgrounds
359
The Empire State Trail is a 750 mile multi-use trail connecting Manhattan to northern Lake Champlain that began as a New York State initiative in 2017. The initiative will connect residents and visitors to the natural, historic and cultural features...
Attractions
44179
Ticonderoga
POB 390, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-2821
Step on board the Carillon and immerse yourself in the wake of history along Lake Champlain! Daily Narrated Boat Tours Enjoy gorgeous, sweeping vistas of Vermont's Green Mountains and New York's Adirondack Mountains during a 75-minute narrated boat...
1247
Elizabethtown
7529 Court Street, Elizabethtown | (518) 873-2233
Lodging
2521
Willsboro
6 Gillilland Lane POB 212, Willsboro | (518) 963-4897
The Willsboro Heritage Society, Inc. was first formed in 1974 to study the history of Willsboro and create an interest in the town's colorful past. The group is deducted to preserving information, materials and artifacts and to present or make...
History
4651
Elizabethtown
146 Water Street, Elizabethtown | (508) 737-1682
Creative, artistic works in a variety of mediums including: White birch bark, Jewelry, Fractal burns, Epoxy art and Stained glass. About the artist, Christine Lang: I reside in the Adirondack State Park in upstate New York. Many individuals living in...
Shopping
65131
Ticonderoga
137 Montcalm Street, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-2696
Ticonderoga history is inexorably linked to paper mills, graphite mining and pencils. The museum is housed in the former main office of International Paper Company, the area's largest industry and employer. Displays and exhibits interpret the...
History
4163
Willsboro
624 Mountain View Drive, Willsboro
Hi! We are Dan & Kimmy Rivera and we are bringing an old farm back to life in Willsboro. We are Hudson Valley natives and first generation farmers who were lucky to find prime agricultural land in the Champlain Valley. We bought the Baker Farm in 2014...
4231
Lake Placid
PO Box 337, Lake Placid | (518) 891-9919
Visit our website to see 1000+ photo listings of real estate for sale, vacation rentals and timeshares offered on a "by owner" basis throughout the Adirondack Park, including Lake Placid, Wilmington/Whiteface, Lake George, Old Forge, Saranac Lake...
Lodging
28
Moriah
245 Edgemont Road, Moriah | (518) 546-7484
sweet corn, vegetables, seasonal self serve.
423
Crown Point
NYS DEC Campground Bridge Road, Crown Point | (518) 597-3603
The site of the Champlain Memorial Lighthouse has a rich historic past. It was originally occupied by a windmill, built by the French in 1737. The Champlain Memorial Lighthouse rises from a small point of land just south of the Champlain Bridge. The...
History
731
Lake Placid
PO Box 337, Lake Placid | (518) 891-9919
Visit our website to see 1000+ photo listings of real estate for sale, vacation rentals and timeshares offered on a "by owner" basis throughout the Adirondack Park, including Lake Placid, Wilmington/Whiteface, Lake George, Old Forge, Saranac Lake...
Lodging
28
Vergennes
4472 Basin Harbor Road, Vergennes | (802) 475-2022
Explore the vibrant history and characters of the Champlain Valley. View a large collection of original small watercraft built over the last 150 years. Learn about the largest collection of wooden shipwrecks in North America and talk to archeological...
1762
Essex
Main Street, Essex | (518) 962-8833
Cottage Furniture, Antiques, and Vintage Finds. A stylish blend of old and new.
Shopping
2593
Willsboro
624 Mountain View Drive, Willsboro
Hi! We are Dan & Kimmy Rivera and we are bringing an old farm back to life in Willsboro. We are Hudson Valley natives and first generation farmers who were lucky to find prime agricultural land in the Champlain Valley. We bought the Baker Farm in 2014...
Shopping
4231
Witherbee
Tracy Road, Witherbee | (518) 250-1050
A small public park honoring the community's rich iron ore mining history and those that were dedicated to that industry. Located at the intersection of Witherbee, Tracy (Rt 6), and Powerhouse Roads at the former location of Central Powerhouse in the...
Attractions
44292
Westport
20 Washington Avenue, Westport | (518) 962-4356
Untitled Document A colorful waterfront shop: Something for all, a variety of T-shirts, sweatshirts and jackets touting Westport, Lake Champlain, and the Adirondacks; nautical and Adirondack books, tableware, barware, clocks, frames, and rugs...
Shopping
4503
Westport
Westport Marina 20 Washington Street, Westport | (518) 962-4899
Open Father's Day to Labor Day. The Galley Restaurant & Bar at Westport Marina on Lake Champlain offers memorable, casual lakeside dining. Relax on the deck or in the air-conditioned dining room while viewing boating activity with Vermont's Green...
4499
Willsboro
624 Mountain View Drive, Willsboro
Hi! We are Dan & Kimmy Rivera and we are bringing an old farm back to life in Willsboro. We are Hudson Valley natives and first generation farmers who were lucky to find prime agricultural land in the Champlain Valley. We bought the Baker Farm in 2014...
Shopping
4231
Crown Point
814 Bridge Road, Crown Point | (518) 597-4649
The exhibit tells the life story of the 1929 Lake Champlain Bridge and interprets the historic toll collector's house, operating as the Lake Champlain Visitors Center by the Lake Placid/Essex County Visitors Bureau since 1993.
History
1798
Au Sable Chasm
1131 Mace Chasm Road, Au Sable Chasm | (518) 834-5180
The Museum and the Center are open 7 days a week, from 11 am to 4 pm from the last Saturday in May until the last Saturday in October. The Museum can be opened for private tours by appointment throughout the year. Admission is free but donations are...
2407
Au Sable Chasm
1131 Mace Chasm Road, Au Sable Chasm | (518) 834-5180
The Museum and the Center are open 7 days a week, from 11 am to 4 pm from the last Saturday in May until the last Saturday in October. The Museum can be opened for private tours by appointment throughout the year. Admission is free but donations are...
History
2407
Elizabethtown
7590 Court Street, Elizabethtown | (518) 873-6466
Elizabethtown's original central school provides ample space for a large collection of artifacts from over 200 years of Essex County history and culture. The 2019 seasonal exhibits include "Bootleggers & the Law in the ADKs," "One Earth - Two...
History
116
Ticonderoga
103 Montcalm Street, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-6262
Snowmobiling
561
Ticonderoga
103 Montcalm Street, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-6262
Dining
561
Ticonderoga
260 Burgoyne Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-2378
Recently renovated in 2017 our Best Western Plus Ticonderoga Hotel offers 54 award winning rooms including: double queen rooms, king suites, VIP king suites with a fireplace and hot tub, and handicap accessible rooms. The Burgoyne Grill, our on-site...
Snowmobiling
447
Lake Placid
PO Box 337, Lake Placid | (518) 891-9919
Visit our website to see 1000+ photo listings of real estate for sale, vacation rentals and timeshares offered on a "by owner" basis throughout the Adirondack Park, including Lake Placid, Wilmington/Whiteface, Lake George, Old Forge, Saranac Lake...
Lodging
28
Ticonderoga
260 Burgoyne Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-2378
Recently renovated in 2017 our Best Western Plus Ticonderoga Hotel offers 54 award winning rooms including: double queen rooms, king suites, VIP king suites with a fireplace and hot tub, and handicap accessible rooms. The Burgoyne Grill, our on-site...
Lodging
447
Ticonderoga
260 Burgoyne Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-2378
Recently renovated in 2017 our Best Western Plus Ticonderoga Hotel offers 54 award winning rooms including: double queen rooms, king suites, VIP king suites with a fireplace and hot tub, and handicap accessible rooms. The Burgoyne Grill, our on-site...
Snowmobiling
447
Westport
1424 County Rt 10, Westport | (518) 962-2400
A world renowned school of music with distinguished alumni. Meadowmount has been instructing students in violin, viola, cello, and piano for more than 70 years. On-campus concerts are offered weekly in July and early August.
Arts and Culture
2197
Ticonderoga
260 Burgoyne Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-2378
Recently renovated in 2017 our Best Western Plus Ticonderoga Hotel offers 54 award winning rooms including: double queen rooms, king suites, VIP king suites with a fireplace and hot tub, and handicap accessible rooms. The Burgoyne Grill, our on-site...
Lodging
447
Port Henry
Route 22/9N, Port Henry | (518) 546-7500
RVer's, tenters, families, boaters, fishermen and cyclists welcome! Over 150 sites just off Route 22/9N, within walking distance of Port Henry's restaurants, shopping services, marina, Iron Center museum and Amtrak station. Offering sites with or...
Campgrounds
557
Elizabethtown
7590 Court Street, Elizabethtown | (518) 873-6466
Elizabethtown's original central school provides ample space for a large collection of artifacts from over 200 years of Essex County history and culture. The 2019 seasonal exhibits include "Bootleggers & the Law in the ADKs," "One Earth - Two...
116
Elizabethtown
7552 Court Street, Elizabethtown | (518) 873-6514
Lodging
25621
Westport
3 Sisco Street, Westport | (518) 962-4810
Scenic drives past majestic mountains, shimmering blue lakes, and fertile valleys will lead you to discover Adirondack Harvest agricultural products. Adirondack Harvest is a community organization formed out of concern for the loss and abandonment of...
Shopping
103
Westport
6705 Main Street, Westport | (518) 962-4449
The Depot Theatre in Westport on Lake Champlain is a non-profit, professional theatre located in a historic, functioning 1876 train station. Celebrating its milestone 40th anniversary season in 2018, the main stage line-up of shows includes fan...
999
Essex
1610 NYS Rte 22, Essex | (518) 963-7777
The historic home of Whallonsburgh Patrons of Husbandry #954, the Whallonsburg Grange Hall, built in 1915, has been restored and reclaimed as a vibrant year-round community center for music, movies, theater, lectures, classes and family events. The...
4125
Essex
Main Street, Essex | (518) 962-8833
Cottage Furniture, Antiques, and Vintage Finds. A stylish blend of old and new.
Shopping
2593
Ticonderoga
102 Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-2821
Spend the day, discover the beauty, and experience the history! Every day is an event at Fort Ticonderoga and every year is a new experience. It is the only site in America that tells a new story each year through dynamic historical interpretation and...
1244
Ticonderoga
103 Montcalm Street, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-6262
Dining
561
Moriah
245 Edgemont Road, Moriah | (518) 546-7484
sweet corn, vegetables, seasonal self serve.
423
Lake Placid
PO Box 337, Lake Placid | (518) 891-9919
Visit our website to see 1000+ photo listings of real estate for sale, vacation rentals and timeshares offered on a "by owner" basis throughout the Adirondack Park, including Lake Placid, Wilmington/Whiteface, Lake George, Old Forge, Saranac Lake...
Lodging
28
Moriah
245 Edgemont Road, Moriah | (518) 546-7484
sweet corn, vegetables, seasonal self serve.
Shopping
423
Keeseville
Keeseville
Adirondack Lakefront Property Management specializes in offering camps, cottages, and cabins of all sorts across the Adirondacks. Whether you're looking for a family retreat or a romantic getaway, we've got a place tucked away in the mountains just...
Lodging
70667
Ticonderoga
3 Woody Lane, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-6346
Fresh grown local produce, bed plants, berries and peaches, when in season, at roadside stand and at the Schroon Lake Farmer's Market.
Shopping
1047
Elizabethtown
7590 Court Street, Elizabethtown | (518) 873-6466
Elizabethtown's original central school provides ample space for a large collection of artifacts from over 200 years of Essex County history and culture. The 2019 seasonal exhibits include "Bootleggers & the Law in the ADKs," "One Earth - Two...
Arts and Culture
116
Elizabethtown
7590 Court Street, Elizabethtown | (518) 873-6466
Elizabethtown's original central school provides ample space for a large collection of artifacts from over 200 years of Essex County history and culture. The 2019 seasonal exhibits include "Bootleggers & the Law in the ADKs," "One Earth - Two...
Arts and Culture
116
Elizabethtown
7552 Court Street, Elizabethtown | (518) 873-6514
Lodging
25621
Crown Point
Route 17, Crown Point | (802) 759-2412
The Chimney Point State Historic Site is located on the eastern shore of Lake Champlain at the foot of the 2011 Lake Champlain Bridge, one of the most dramatic gateways to Vermont. The site explores the history of the area's three earliest cultures...
History
755
Lake Placid
PO Box 337, Lake Placid | (518) 891-9919
Visit our website to see 1000+ photo listings of real estate for sale, vacation rentals and timeshares offered on a "by owner" basis throughout the Adirondack Park, including Lake Placid, Wilmington/Whiteface, Lake George, Old Forge, Saranac Lake...
Lodging
28
Moriah
245 Edgemont Road, Moriah | (518) 546-7484
sweet corn, vegetables, seasonal self serve.
423
Elizabethtown
7307 US Route 9, Elizabethtown | (518) 873-1122
A pagan based Spiritual Shop in Elizabethtown that sells candles and incense, jewelry, books, and ritual supplies. They also offer Psychic Medium and Tarot readings. Group Sessions can be arranged and will travel for groups of three or more.
70444
Ticonderoga
9 Montcalm Street, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-7394
Stone House Motel & Motor Lodge is located in the downtown area within walking distance to restaurants, stores, beautiful water falls park, 2 museums, only 3 miles to Fort Ticonderoga, boat ramp entries to both Lake Champlain and Lake George, also...
Lodging
3979
Ticonderoga
872 NY 9N, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-7657
Dining
69448
Vergennes
4472 Basin Harbor Road, Vergennes | (802) 475-2022
Explore the vibrant history and characters of the Champlain Valley. View a large collection of original small watercraft built over the last 150 years. Learn about the largest collection of wooden shipwrecks in North America and talk to archeological...
History
1762
Moriah
245 Edgemont Road, Moriah | (518) 546-7484
sweet corn, vegetables, seasonal self serve.
Shopping
423
Ticonderoga
102 Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-2821
Spend the day, discover the beauty, and experience the history! Every day is an event at Fort Ticonderoga and every year is a new experience. It is the only site in America that tells a new story each year through dynamic historical interpretation and...
History
1244
Ticonderoga
260 Burgoyne Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-2378
Cocktail lounge, Burgoyne Grill - Pub fare or full dinner menu available, open for lunch and dinner.
Snowmobiling
445
Port Henry
Port Henry | (518) 524-0073
Offering Crewed Cruises, Learn-to-Sail Champlain, and Sail and Stay adventures out of Port Henry.
62065
Crown Point
814 Bridge Road, Crown Point | (518) 597-4649
The exhibit tells the life story of the 1929 Lake Champlain Bridge and interprets the historic toll collector's house, operating as the Lake Champlain Visitors Center by the Lake Placid/Essex County Visitors Bureau since 1993.
History
1798
Au Sable Chasm
1131 Mace Chasm Road, Au Sable Chasm | (518) 834-5180
The Museum and the Center are open 7 days a week, from 11 am to 4 pm from the last Saturday in May until the last Saturday in October. The Museum can be opened for private tours by appointment throughout the year. Admission is free but donations are...
2407
Westport
3 Sisco Street, Westport | (518) 962-4810
Scenic drives past majestic mountains, shimmering blue lakes, and fertile valleys will lead you to discover Adirondack Harvest agricultural products. Adirondack Harvest is a community organization formed out of concern for the loss and abandonment of...
103
Elizabethtown
7552 Court Street, Elizabethtown | (518) 873-6514
Lodging
25621
Keeseville
96 Clinton Street, Keeseville | (518) 834-9219
The museum offers visitors an extensive collection of historical photos, artifacts, some local family histories, summer programs focused on area history, and displays about local schools, churches, & local military history.
History
313
Ticonderoga
116 Alexandria Avenue, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-7442
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 Riverwalk Trail.
29643
Willsboro
624 Mountain View Drive, Willsboro
Hi! We are Dan & Kimmy Rivera and we are bringing an old farm back to life in Willsboro. We are Hudson Valley natives and first generation farmers who were lucky to find prime agricultural land in the Champlain Valley. We bought the Baker Farm in 2014...
4231
Keeseville
1745 Main Street, Keeseville | (518) 834-9328
The Clayton Family Gallery is located in the Adirondack Architectural Heritage office building, which is located in the renovated, historic Ausable Horse Nail Factory offices. The gallery offers regular exhibits and is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.
Arts and Culture
33
Ticonderoga
PO Box 125, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-6716
The Ticonderoga Festival Guild provides a diverse arts program year-round. In summer, the Guild presents performances by jazz, folk, and big band acts from around the country.
4158
Westport
3 Sisco Street, Westport | (518) 962-4810
Scenic drives past majestic mountains, shimmering blue lakes, and fertile valleys will lead you to discover Adirondack Harvest agricultural products. Adirondack Harvest is a community organization formed out of concern for the loss and abandonment of...
103
Au Sable Chasm
1131 Mace Chasm Road, Au Sable Chasm | (518) 834-5180
The Museum and the Center are open 7 days a week, from 11 am to 4 pm from the last Saturday in May until the last Saturday in October. The Museum can be opened for private tours by appointment throughout the year. Admission is free but donations are...
History
2407
Crown Point
344 Hog Back Road, Crown Point | (518) 524-4568
Shopping
50464
Port Henry
Port Henry | (518) 524-0073
Offering Crewed Cruises, Learn-to-Sail Champlain, and Sail and Stay adventures out of Port Henry.
62065
Elizabethtown
7590 Court Street, Elizabethtown | (518) 873-6466
Elizabethtown's original central school provides ample space for a large collection of artifacts from over 200 years of Essex County history and culture. The 2019 seasonal exhibits include "Bootleggers & the Law in the ADKs," "One Earth - Two...
Weddings
116
Westport
3 Sisco Street, Westport | (518) 962-4810
Scenic drives past majestic mountains, shimmering blue lakes, and fertile valleys will lead you to discover Adirondack Harvest agricultural products. Adirondack Harvest is a community organization formed out of concern for the loss and abandonment of...
Shopping
103
Elizabethtown
7590 Court Street, Elizabethtown | (518) 873-6466
Elizabethtown's original central school provides ample space for a large collection of artifacts from over 200 years of Essex County history and culture. The 2019 seasonal exhibits include "Bootleggers & the Law in the ADKs," "One Earth - Two...
Weddings
116
Ticonderoga
260 Burgoyne Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-2378
Recently renovated in 2017 our Best Western Plus Ticonderoga Hotel offers 54 award winning rooms including: double queen rooms, king suites, VIP king suites with a fireplace and hot tub, and handicap accessible rooms. The Burgoyne Grill, our on-site...
Lodging
447
Ticonderoga
260 Burgoyne Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-2378
Recently renovated in 2017 our Best Western Plus Ticonderoga Hotel offers 54 award winning rooms including: double queen rooms, king suites, VIP king suites with a fireplace and hot tub, and handicap accessible rooms. The Burgoyne Grill, our on-site...
Lodging
447
Crown Point
NYS DEC Campground Bridge Road, Crown Point | (518) 597-3603
The site of the Champlain Memorial Lighthouse has a rich historic past. It was originally occupied by a windmill, built by the French in 1737. The Champlain Memorial Lighthouse rises from a small point of land just south of the Champlain Bridge. The...
History
731
Willsboro
882 Middle Road, Willsboro | (518) 645-5530
Shopping
69851
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Au Sable Chasm
93 Route 373 PO Box 166, Au Sable Chasm | (518) 637-5994
Campgrounds
1761
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Keeseville
1711 Front Street, Keeseville | (518) 834-5050
68656
true
Willsboro
444 Mountain View Drive, Willsboro | (518) 963-7447
Grass fed beef, lamb, mushrooms, eggs, honey, coffee, seasonal fruits and vegetables. 24/7 Farmstand
65767
true
Essex
26 Holland Brothers Way, Essex | (518) 637-7778
Organically raised grass fed beef and eggs.
65806
true
Ticonderoga
264 NYS Rte 9N, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-9974
Shopping
4422
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Crown Point
POB 512, Crown Point | (518) 597-9523
Jean Arleen Breed has lived all her life in the Champlain Valley of the Adirondack Mountains. The destruction of the Lake Champlain Bridge in Crown Point, NY, gave Jean the needed push to write her first book - The Loss of the Lake Champlain Bridge...
Shopping
4823
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Westport
1234 Stevenson Road, Westport | (518) 335-1966
Founded originally in 1877, the Inn in Westport is a 12-room retreat overlooking Lake Champlain within the Adirondack Park. Every room has been richly decorated in an elegant style, and boasts a private bath, AC, in-room cable TV, and very comfortable...
Lodging
1589
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Ticonderoga
1134 Wicker St, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-3060
Shopping
4458
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Essex
545 Middle Road, Essex | (518) 418-5564
The Hub on the Hill is community hub inspired by the region's local makers, farmers and food artisans.
Snowmobiling
4796
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 | (518) 963-7494
Shopping
27277
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Willsboro
3936 NYS Rte. 22, Willsboro | (518) 837-2323
63340
true
Port Henry
4201 Main Street, Port Henry | (518) 546-7292
1302
true
Keeseville
931 Mace Chasm Rd, Keeseville | (518) 645-2697
North Country Creamery is a 100% grassfed, Non-GMO, & Animal Welfare Approved dairy in Keeseville, NY. We are 20 minutes south of Plattsburgh, a ferry ride across Lake Champlain from Burlington, VT, and just over an hour from both the high peaks...
34174
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Wadhams
82 Loukes Lane, Wadhams | (518) 524-5652
Certified organic vegetables and fruits. CSA, wholesale and Farmers Markets.
1658
true
Ticonderoga
6 Moses Circle, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-7868
4164
true
Westport
7103 NYS Rt 9N POB 323, Westport | (518) 962-2350
Farm to Table Dining at DaCy Meadow Farm On your way to the theatre, hosting a meeting, family in town - The Localvore Gallery offers a unique dining experience. Enjoy a relaxing meal prepared from fresh, local products and served family-style in our...
Dining
960
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Elizabethtown
12 Footbridge Lane POB 145, Elizabethtown | (518) 873-2332
Lodging
2316
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Crown Point
99 Russell Street, Crown Point | (518) 597-3575
Boer goat meat. Call for sales.
65804
true
Ticonderoga
133 Route 9N, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-4462
Campgrounds
547
true
Keeseville
614 Mace Chasm Road, Keeseville | (518) 420-3197
We offer full floral services year round - In season, we use our local farm grown flowers. Offering wedding consult services, sympathy and any occasion florals. Also offering an Artisan Cooperative gift shop.
Shopping
50462
true
Westport
2229 County Route 10, Westport | (518) 962-4331
Honey sold on farm Monday - Friday 9:00 -6:00 year round. Must call ahead.
65771
true
Port Henry
4644 NYS Route 9N, Port Henry | (518) 546-7935
dill, oregano, spearmint, peppermint, fresh beans, garlic, onions, peppers, tomatoes.
65775
true
Essex
545 Middle Road, Essex
Ice cream available at The Hub on the Hill
Dining
65840
true
Port Henry
4201 Main Street, Port Henry | (518) 546-7292
1302
true
Essex
2750 Essex Rd, Essex | (518) 962-8833
Pink Pig Cafe is part of the Pink Pig Boutique located in Essex, NY, near the ferry landing. They offer a daily breakfast & lunch menu featuring local produce sourced from local Adirondack farms.
Dining
2591
true
Ticonderoga
1144 Wicker Street, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-2617
Surrounded by the Adirondack Mountains, this New York hotel is located 3 miles from the historic Fort Ticonderoga. Free Wi-Fi and a daily continental breakfast are offered.
Snowmobiling
4012
true
Crown Point
1126 White Church Road, Crown Point | (518) 597-3853
Flowers, honey, jams, jellies, berries, rhubarb, walnuts, chicken, pork, Call ahead.
65786
true
Ticonderoga
3489 Route 74, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-7303
Shopping
4643
true
Keeseville
931 Mace Chasm Rd, Keeseville | (518) 645-2697
North Country Creamery is a 100% grassfed, Non-GMO, & Animal Welfare Approved dairy in Keeseville, NY. We are 20 minutes south of Plattsburgh, a ferry ride across Lake Champlain from Burlington, VT, and just over an hour from both the high peaks...
34174
true
Elizabethtown
9216 Rte 9N, Elizabethtown | (518) 242-6535
Shopping
63267
true
Crown Point
2738 Main Street, Crown Point | (518) 597-3010
Spiritual Emporium
70785
true
Keeseville
931 Mace Chasm Rd, Keeseville | (518) 645-2697
North Country Creamery is a 100% grassfed, Non-GMO, & Animal Welfare Approved dairy in Keeseville, NY. We are 20 minutes south of Plattsburgh, a ferry ride across Lake Champlain from Burlington, VT, and just over an hour from both the high peaks...
Shopping
34174
true
Westport
6480 Main Street, Westport | (518) 703-0872
Shopping
25659
true
Ticonderoga
Route 9N, 22 & Route 74, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-7714
2189
true
Ticonderoga
115 Montcalm St, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-3000
1542
true
Wadhams
137 Eggleston Lane, Wadhams | (518) 837-1551
This family-operated farm store provides residents with fresh home-baked goods, flavored sugars, jams, spice blends, essential oils, aromatherapy products, and farmhouse-inspired home decor. Fresh produce is also available for purchase as it comes in...
66238
true
Ticonderoga
325 NYS Route 22, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-7767
Open Wednesday - Thursday 3:00 pm until closing, Friday - Sunday noon until closing. In house dining subject to change. Take out available.. Call 518-585-7767 to order. No credit or debit cards accepted.
4687
true
Ticonderoga
794 Route 9N, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-3044
4666
true
Elizabethtown
18 Stoneleigh Way, Elizabethtown | (518) 873-2669
Beautiful 1887 stone house on Barton Brook. Designed by Hartwell and Richardson of Boston, Mass. the house configuration is spectacular with furnishings which patch the period making your visit a memorable one.
Lodging
3983
true
Essex
2297 Main Street, Essex | (518) 963-4400
The Essex Inn on the Adirondack Coast has undergone a total renovation that has transformed this 200-year old landmark into the crown jewel of the Lake Champlain region.The Inn has eleven brand new rooms, five of which are suites. Additional...
Lodging
1155
true
Ticonderoga
1141 Wicker Street, Ticonderoga | (603) 658-4780
Dining
1053
true
Port Henry
2923 Dugway Road, Port Henry | (518) 546-7227
The Peasant's Quarters has an eat-in kitchen with a full-size stove/frig. In the bedroom is a queen-size bed. We also have a queen-size pull-out couch. The bathroom has a large walk-in shower. A private entrance with parking on site. We are not far...
Lodging
69393
true
Essex
2488 Route 22N, Essex | (518) 637-4017
Shopping
1136
true
Ticonderoga
133 Route 9N, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-4462
Lodging
546
true
Whallonsburg
Rt 22, Whallonsburg | (518) 412-2056
Shopping
63698
true
Ticonderoga
602 Putts Pond Rd, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-2803
Lodging
2240
true
Port Henry
4322 Main Street, Port Henry | (518) 546-3386
Shopping
26676
true
Crown Point
Route 9N & 22, Crown Point | (518) 597-9222
Gunnison's Orchards & Bakery offers the highest quality and variety of apples from their family owned and operated orchard in Crown Point, NY. Gunnison's also has a bakery which offers fresh baked pastries, bread, cookies, seven different types of...
Shopping
1386
true
Crown Point
42 Bridge Road, Crown Point | (518) 597-3495
Campgrounds
1734
true
Port Henry
4079 NYS Route 9N, Port Henry | (518) 546-4068
Lodging
799
true
Ticonderoga
Lord Howe Street, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-6619
4150
true
Westport
5046 NYS Rte 9N, Westport | (518) 546-7361
Lodging
4801
true
Keeseville
614 Mace Chasm Road, Keeseville | (518) 420-3197
We offer full floral services year round - In season, we use our local farm grown flowers. Offering wedding consult services, sympathy and any occasion florals. Also offering an Artisan Cooperative gift shop.
Shopping
50462
true
Wadhams
82 Loukes Lane, Wadhams | (518) 524-5652
Certified organic vegetables and fruits. CSA, wholesale and Farmers Markets.
1658
true
Ticonderoga
1141 Wicker Street, Ticonderoga | (603) 658-4780
Snowmobiling
1053
true
Essex
1212 Whallons Bay Rd, Essex | (518) 963-4206
Shopping
2010
true
Willsboro
1537 Reber Road, Willsboro | (518) 963-7164
Lodging
1388
true
Essex
2752 Essex Road, Essex | (518) 963-4232
The Old Dock House was erected by Henry and H.D. Ross after the war of 1812. Henry and H.D. were the grandsons of William Gilliland, who before the Revolutionary War, founded the villages of Essex, Willsboro, Elizabethtown, and Westport. The hand...
Dining
2471
true
Westport
6588 Main Street, Westport | (518) 524-1450
Erin Hall Studio offers Hand-printed textiles, home goods and gifts.
Shopping
1132
true
Mineville
23 Pelfishire Road, Mineville | (518) 942-7513
1377
true
Westport
Ballard Park Main Street, Westport
Soundwaves presents world class musical acts in a community summer concert series held on the pavilion stage in the natural amphitheater at Ballard Park in Westport, NY. Curated by veteran jazz trumpeter & Westport resident Taylor Haskins, the...
23513
true
Wadhams
82 Loukes Lane, Wadhams | (518) 524-5652
Certified organic vegetables and fruits. CSA, wholesale and Farmers Markets.
Shopping
1658
true
Moriah Center
2819 Plank Road, Moriah Center | (518) 546-3744
522
true
Willsboro
691 Sunset Drive, Willsboro | (518) 963-1227
eggs, gourmet hardneck garlic, Call for sales.
65781
true
Moriah
2381 Moriah Road, Moriah | (518) 546-9770
66727
true
Lewis
9298 US Rte. 9, Lewis | (518) 873-2288
Campgrounds
2070
true
Essex
545 Middle Road, Essex | (518) 418-5564
The Hub on the Hill is community hub inspired by the region's local makers, farmers and food artisans.
Shopping
4796
true
Mineville
3208 Plank Road, Mineville | (518) 570-7144
Shopping
61681
true
Ticonderoga
111 Montcalm St, Ticonderoga | (518) 570-8055
Shopping
4696
true
Port Henry
4322 Main St, Port Henry
Farm fresh produce, meat, dairy, eggs, bread and more! 8-3 M-F
Shopping
37758
true
Crown Point
1990 Creek Road, Crown Point | (518) 570-6176
Shopping
61768
true
Plattsburgh
Plattsburgh | (518) 682-6066
The Adirondack Mountains have long been home to true outdoor enthusiasts. The people that come here live and breath the mountain life, grounding themselves among the natural beauty of the High Peaks. For a mountain biker, there's no better setting...
Attractions
37901
true
Ticonderoga
133 Montcalm Street, Ticonderoga
31449
true
Ticonderoga
Route 9N, 22 & Route 74, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-7714
Snowmobiling
2189
true
Essex
2750 Essex Rd, Essex | (518) 962-8833
Pink Pig Cafe is part of the Pink Pig Boutique located in Essex, NY, near the ferry landing. They offer a daily breakfast & lunch menu featuring local produce sourced from local Adirondack farms.
Dining
2591
true
Westport
6588 Main Street, Westport | (518) 524-1450
Erin Hall Studio offers Hand-printed textiles, home goods and gifts.
1132
true
Wadhams
82 Loukes Lane, Wadhams | (518) 524-5652
Certified organic vegetables and fruits. CSA, wholesale and Farmers Markets.
Shopping
1658
true
Port Henry
3266 Broad St, Port Henry | (518) 546-7950
1332
true
Westport
96 Furnace Point Lane, Westport | (518) 992-9325
Lodging
64810
true
Ticonderoga
3489 Route 74, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-7303
4643
true
Ticonderoga
3489 Route 74, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-7303
4643
true
Ticonderoga
68 State Route 9N, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-7030
69421
true
Essex
319 Leaning Rd, Essex | (518) 963-7127
Vegetables, beef, pork, chicken, eggs, maple, dry beans, grains, strawberries, CSA
1279
true
Elizabethtown
8214 River Street, Elizabethtown | (518) 873-2294
For a glimpse of the past, this lovely country home, recalling a less hurried time, welcomes you. Full country gourmet breakfast.
Lodging
2474
true
Westport
96 Furnace Point Lane, Westport | (518) 992-9325
Weddings
64810
true
Port Henry
1 Star Way, Port Henry | (518) 250-0993
Lodging
5023
true
Port Henry
4317 Main Street, Port Henry | (518) 572-4122
Shopping
66318
true
Port Henry
4201 Main Street, Port Henry | (518) 546-7292
Dining
1302
true
Willsboro
280 Reber Road, Willsboro | (518) 578-0744
maple syrup and maple products
65801
true
Westport
6691 Main Street, Westport | (518) 962-4001
Our newly renovated Hotel and Tavern provides our Adirondack travelers with charm and comfort. We offer ten rooms including two full suites with private baths for visitors to enjoy their stay in The Champlain Valley. We can also provide an exceptional...
Lodging
4492
true
Essex
2297 Main Street, Essex | (518) 963-4400
The Essex Inn on the Adirondack Coast has undergone a total renovation that has transformed this 200-year old landmark into the crown jewel of the Lake Champlain region.The Inn has eleven brand new rooms, five of which are suites. Additional...
Lodging
1156
true
Port Henry
3259 Broad Street AirBnB.com, Port Henry | (617) 504-2251
Lodging
2634
true
Moriah
2381 Moriah Road, Moriah | (518) 546-9770
66727
true
Crown Point
3362 NYS Route 9N & 22, Crown Point | (518) 597-4030
Dining
4014
true
Essex
Route 22, Essex | (518) 963-9996
70341
true
Essex
545 Middle Road, Essex | (518) 418-5564
The Hub on the Hill is community hub inspired by the region's local makers, farmers and food artisans.
Dining
4796
true
Moriah
2381 Moriah Road, Moriah | (518) 546-9770
Shopping
66727
true
Elizabethtown
12 Footbridge Lane POB 145, Elizabethtown | (518) 873-2332
Lodging
2316
true
Ticonderoga
6 Montcalm Street, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-7660
Circle Court Motel is located at the Liberty Monument on NYS Route 9N in Ticonderoga. Room amenities include WiFi, HD TV, Air Conditioning, Individual Heat Control, Refrigerator, Microwave, Coffee Maker and Phone. Ample boat/trailer parking and...
Lodging
769
true
Elizabethtown
7529 Court Street, Elizabethtown | (518) 873-2233
Dining
47641
true
Ticonderoga
9 Commerce Drive, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-6540
Part of the largest chain of rural lifestyle retails tores in the United States. Stores supply the unique products to support their customers' rural lifestyle, from welders and generators to animal care products and men and women's workwear. You can...
Shopping
4207
true
Port Henry
66 Forge Hollow Road, Port Henry | (518) 546-1226
Petro's Millbrook RV Park is a family owned and operated RV Park located on the banks of Millbrook at 66 Forge Hollow Rd in Port Henry, NY. The park contains 50 sites. All sites have sewer, water and electric. Cable available at quests' expense. Fire...
Campgrounds
2563
true
Willsboro
3922 NYS Route 22, Willsboro | (518) 420-2458
46497
true
Ticonderoga
16 Montcalm St, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-6025
Shopping
2244
true
Elizabethtown
12 Footbridge Lane POB 145, Elizabethtown | (518) 873-2332
Lodging
2316
true
Ticonderoga
14 Montcalm St, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-3483
The Hot Biscuit Diner is a full service, family style restaurant with an emphasis on country style cooking, friendly service, and affordable pricing. This favorite eatery has been a family owned and operated business since 1993. The Hot Biscuit offers...
Dining
1534
true
Moriah
2381 Moriah Road, Moriah | (518) 546-9770
Shopping
66727
true
Willsboro
1529 Reber Road, Willsboro | (518) 963-7164
Lodging
1392
true
Willsboro
4713 NYS Route 22, Willsboro | (518) 273-4270
Lodging
1390
true
Ticonderoga
3489 Route 74, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-7303
Shopping
4643
true
Willsboro
237 Corlear Drive, Willsboro | (518) 963-7858
1580
true
Keeseville
59 Kent Street, Keeseville | (518) 834-9901
Shopping
46613
true
Westport
6691 Main Street, Westport | (518) 962-4001
Our newly renovated Hotel and Tavern provides our Adirondack travelers with charm and comfort. We offer ten rooms including two full suites with private baths for visitors to enjoy their stay in The Champlain Valley. We can also provide an exceptional...
Lodging
4491
true
Essex
319 Leaning Rd, Essex | (518) 963-7127
Vegetables, beef, pork, chicken, eggs, maple, dry beans, grains, strawberries, CSA
Shopping
1279
true
Ticonderoga
1144 Wicker Street, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-2617
Surrounded by the Adirondack Mountains, this New York hotel is located 3 miles from the historic Fort Ticonderoga. Free Wi-Fi and a daily continental breakfast are offered.
Lodging
4012
true
Ticonderoga
581 Baldwin Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-7654
Lodging
1431
true
Port Henry
4300 Main Street, Port Henry
65709
true
Keeseville
1719 Front Street, Keeseville | (518) 569-0001
Arts and Culture
46615
true
Ticonderoga
PO Box 125, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-6716
The Ticonderoga Festival Guild provides a diverse arts program year-round. In summer, the Guild presents performances by jazz, folk, and big band acts from around the country.
Arts and Culture
4159
true
Ticonderoga
37 Price Road, Ticonderoga | (518) 586-4679
49875
true
Ticonderoga
60 The Portage, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-2276
Dining
877
true
Westport
80 Champlain Ave, Westport | (518) 242-6422
Lodging
25518
true
Port Henry
4079 NYS Route 9N, Port Henry | (518) 546-4068
Lodging
798
true
Ticonderoga
119 Montcalm St, Ticonderoga
Arts and Culture
4082
true
Westport
1271 County Route 10, Westport | (518) 637-5395
Vegetable and herb starts, Chicken, Pork, vegetables and herbs.
65790
true
Essex
2310 Main Street, Essex | (518) 645-5655
Arts and Culture
71519
true
Plattsburgh
Plattsburgh | (518) 682-6066
The Adirondack Mountains have long been home to true outdoor enthusiasts. The people that come here live and breath the mountain life, grounding themselves among the natural beauty of the High Peaks. For a mountain biker, there's no better setting...
Cycling
37901
true
Moriah
2656 Center Road, Moriah | (518) 323-5793
61634
true
Crown Point
2922 Route 9N and 22, Crown Point | (518) 597-3455
Serving traditional snack bar food with seafood as well.
Dining
2150
true
Essex
1699 Jersey St, Essex | (518) 572-7377
We are a convenient local food store selling our own products as well as products from 10 other producers, artisans and herbalists.
Shopping
2693
true
Port Henry
56 Elk Inn Road, Port Henry | (518) 572-5293
Jams, apple butter, eggs, vegetables, fruit. Call ahead or self serve.
65769
true
Port Henry
4331 North Main St, Port Henry | (518) 546-3650
1259
true
Essex
1835 NYS Route 22, Essex | (518) 496-5673
Organic produce, wholesale, door-to-door CSA
65808
true
Port Henry
54 Harbour Lane, Port Henry | (518) 546-7400
68763
true
Ticonderoga
115 Montcalm St, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-3000
Snowmobiling
1542
true
Essex
319 Leaning Rd, Essex | (518) 963-7127
Vegetables, beef, pork, chicken, eggs, maple, dry beans, grains, strawberries, CSA
Shopping
1279
true
Westport
295 Sherman Road, Westport | (518) 837-1148
Grass fed beef and live probiotic sauerkraut. Order online, email or by phone.
65788
true
Essex
319 Leaning Rd, Essex | (518) 963-7127
Vegetables, beef, pork, chicken, eggs, maple, dry beans, grains, strawberries, CSA
1279
true
Keeseville
931 Mace Chasm Rd, Keeseville | (518) 645-2697
North Country Creamery is a 100% grassfed, Non-GMO, & Animal Welfare Approved dairy in Keeseville, NY. We are 20 minutes south of Plattsburgh, a ferry ride across Lake Champlain from Burlington, VT, and just over an hour from both the high peaks...
Shopping
34174
true
Keeseville
59 Thompson Road, Keeseville | (518) 572-9186
Adirondack View Vineyard is a 13 acre diversified farm in Keeseville, NY. We have a variety of products available including grapes, lavender, sunflowers, garlic, pumpkins, and berries (black raspberries, blueberries, and red currants). Products are...
63362
true
Ticonderoga
609 State Rte 9N, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-2801
Seymour's Restaurant will be open daily for lunch from 12pm-2pm and for dinner from 5pm-9pm (reservations are strongly suggested). The Tap Room will be open daily from 11am-10pm for lunch and dinner (reservations not accepted). The public can view the...
Dining
65424
true
Port Henry
4201 Main Street, Port Henry | (518) 546-7292
Dining
1302
true
Plattsburgh
Plattsburgh | (518) 682-6066
The Adirondack Mountains have long been home to true outdoor enthusiasts. The people that come here live and breath the mountain life, grounding themselves among the natural beauty of the High Peaks. For a mountain biker, there's no better setting...
Guide Services
37901
true
Ticonderoga
1550 NYS Rt 9N, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-1070
65207
true
Ticonderoga
609 State Rte 9N, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-2801
Seymour's Restaurant will be open daily for lunch from 12pm-2pm and for dinner from 5pm-9pm (reservations are strongly suggested). The Tap Room will be open daily from 11am-10pm for lunch and dinner (reservations not accepted). The public can view the...
65424
true
Keeseville
1878 Route 9, Keeseville | (518) 834-0232
66687
true
Elizabethtown
3 Water St, Elizabethtown | (518) 873-9288
Dining
552
true
Elizabethtown
12 Footbridge Lane POB 145, Elizabethtown | (518) 873-2332
Lodging
2316
true
Ticonderoga
1141 Wicker Street, Ticonderoga | (603) 658-4780
Dining
1053
true
Essex
2278 Main Street, Essex | (518) 963-7494
Two bedroom historic cottage and "Greek Revival" house feature beautiful lakeside accommodations available for short-term or vacation rental. The cottage and house have wonderful porches and spectacular lake & mountain views. Great hiking, biking...
Lodging
945
true
Westport
Route 22, Westport | (518) 962-8281
Shopping
440
true
Essex
2752 Essex Road, Essex | (518) 963-4232
The Old Dock House was erected by Henry and H.D. Ross after the war of 1812. Henry and H.D. were the grandsons of William Gilliland, who before the Revolutionary War, founded the villages of Essex, Willsboro, Elizabethtown, and Westport. The hand...
2470
true
Westport
1037 Stevenson Rd, Westport | (518) 962-8255
Shopping
3842
true
Moriah
2381 Moriah Rd, Moriah | (518) 546-9770
Fresh vegetables, turkeys, maple syrup and maple products,
Shopping
32962
true
Moriah
2381 Moriah Rd, Moriah | (518) 546-9770
Fresh vegetables, turkeys, maple syrup and maple products,
Shopping
32962
true
Ticonderoga
1045 Wicker Street, Ticonderoga | (518) 585-2242
Shopping Days: Wednesdays & Saturdays (9-2)
4774
true
Keeseville
1699 Front St, Keeseville | (518) 834-7577
Thrift Shop Hours Church Basement Wed: 9AM to 4PM Second Sat: 10AM to 2PM
Shopping
26471
true
Essex
2305 Main Street, Essex | (518) 569-3417
Shopping
2512
true
Westport
7103 NYS Rt 9N POB 323, Westport | (518) 962-8339
Welcome to CynDa Croft. When we purchased DaCy Meadow Farm in 2003, our goal was to provide an agriculture based lodging and dining experience where our customers and guests could unwind, each great local food, and be an important part of the...
Lodging
962
true
Moriah
2381 Moriah Rd, Moriah | (518) 546-9770
Fresh vegetables, turkeys, maple syrup and maple products,
32962
true
Moriah
2381 Moriah Rd, Moriah | (518) 546-9770
Fresh vegetables, turkeys, maple syrup and maple products,
32962