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.
Much of Keeseville's rich history is still alive and well today. Experience it for yourself on a walking tour.
This short trail can be completed quickly, but why would you want to rush through nature?
This trail passes by rocky ledges and leads to a lovely hemlock forest!
The Noblewood nature and birding trail is open year round. Off-season admission (by foot) is free.
The McAuliffe Road Trail is an easy, 2 mile, round trip hike. This trail is an abandoned road that is open for public use. It goes through an attractive forest paralleling the Boquet River.
This trail is perfect for children, with its wildlife information and short, simple walks.
Get outdoors in the Lake Champlain Region on a wonderful CATS trail!
Rogers Pond is a scenic spot but difficult to reach the open water. Beavers have done a number on it, but it’s a great place to do some birding.
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...