Located in the Adirondack Mountains in Upstate NY, the Lake Champlain Region is filled with stunning vistas, exciting entertainment and an abundance of culture! Live, work or play in New York's "Adirondack Coast" and enjoy Revolutionary War reenactments, cultural events & attractions as well as theatrical performances. Discover the great outdoors when you go boating on Lake Champlain or biking on one of the established routes in the area. Interested in bird-watching? You CAN when you venture along the world-renowned birding trail found in the region! Go hiking along a waterfront trail or stop along nearby towns on an Amtrak rail excursion. In the winter months, discover snowmobiling, snowshoeing and cross country skiing on one of the many trails found throughout the Lake Champlain Region.
Ready to make the move? The Lake Champlain Region is not only a fun place to live or work, it is also a great place to raise a family. Close-knit schooling programs provide the attention your children deserve and the North Country College of Essex & Franklin in Saranac Lake provides further educational opportunities. Historic towns including Willsboro, Essex, Westport New York, Moriah & Port Henry, Elizabethtown, Lewis, Ticonderoga, Crown Point, Port Keat and Keeseville can all be found in the Lake Champlain Region of the Adirondacks.
On The Lake
Lake Champlain is America's sixth largest freshwater lakes and is surrounded by the Green Mountains of Vermont on the east and the Adirondack High Peaks to the west. This lake is the perfect spot for boating, fishing, sailing, and sea kayaking! Go camping at one of the several campsites found along its rocky shore. Several marinas and public launch sites can be found along the shores as well as public beaches perfect for swimming and sunbathing. Explore the islands and bays that dot the lake including Schuyler Island, Willsboro Bay and Valcour Island. Go sea kayaking in Point Au Roche, sheltered waters found towards the North end of the lake. Search for Champ, the Lake Champlain Monster by going on a fun-filled boat charter or day cruise. Live in the region in your own piece of Lakefront Lake Champlain real estate and enjoy breathtaking waterfront views surrounding you. Visiting the area? Stay in one of the waterfront Lake Champlain vacation rentals, camps or cottages.