Adirondack "By Owner"

Lake Champlain Region
This region runs along the western shore of the 110 mile long Lake Champlain. The area is steeped in the history of the Revolutionary War and War of 1812. Boating, paddling and fishing, while taking in the views of both the Green Mountains of Vermont and the Adirondack Mountains in New York are popular pastimes. There are three ports in New York at Plattsburgh, Port Kent and Essex which offer ferry service to Vermont. On route 9 near Keeseville you will find the AuSable Chasm, a breathtaking sandstone gorge that offers walking trails and river rafting trips. The Lake Champlain region starts at the Canadian border and Rouses Point. It follows the lake south to Crown Point and contains the towns of Adam Lane, Auger Lake, AuSable Chasm, Beekmantown, Bouquet, Cadyville, Champlain, Chazy, Chazy Landing, Coopersville, Crown Point, East Beekmantown, Essex, Grover Hills, Ingraham, Ironville, Keeseville, Long Pond, Mineville, Moriah, Morrisonville, Peru, Plattsburgh, Point Au Roche, Port Douglas, Port Henry, Port Kent, Reber, Rouses Point, Schuyler Falls, Scotia, Valcour, South Plattsburgh, Wadhams, West Chazy, Westport, Whallonsburg, Willsboro and Witherbee.
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