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...
Canoe, kayak, swim, and bird all at Bulwagga Bay! Say "hi" to Champ if you're in the area.
The mountains look down on some incredible fishing in this scenic, and tranquil, location.
Crane Pond is a beautiful gem in the Pharaoh Lake Wilderness.
Putnam Pond Campground is perfect for every camping need. It's location near a wilderness area is prime for exploration, but the maintained facilities take away some of the backcountry stress.
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.
Tanaher Pond, within the Hammond Pond Wild Forest, is a nice spot for paddling and fishing with calm, sheltered waters.
This tranquil pond is well sheltered and is a wonderful place to be when April 1 and fishing season comes.
Mill and Murray Ponds are quiet, sheltered and calm waters that are great for paddling, fishing, and birding.
This is the lower part of the river, downstream from the falls in Bicentennial Park. After the dramatic drop at the falls, the river slows down to make its way to Lake Champlain near Fort Ticonderoga. Getting There The canoe and kayak launch is across...