The Adirondack Coast is made for water lovers. Whether you are looking to boat, sail, paddle or windsurf, we have your water.
Consistent winds and amazing views combine for great sailing on Lake Champlain, while naturally deep bays and inlets provide great anchorage and protection for overnight stays.
Boaters can enjoy the many historic sites and lighthouses stretching the length of the lake - all 120 miles of it. The Champlain Canal connects Lake Champlain to the Hudson River in the south and the Chambly Canal to the Richelieu and St. Lawrence Rivers of Quebec in the north.
And if that is not enough, be sure to check out the countless mountain lakes dotting the landscape - all offering plenty of recreation for the entire family.