Lake Champlain Region

Scenic beauty, outdoor recreation and celebrated heritage.

Open Spaces & Legendary Places

The Lake Champlain Region is an extraordinary place to visit or make your permanent home. The area’s landscape is a unique combination of farmland and mountains and is known as a historic Revolutionary War hub.

Local Farms & Storied History

School District: Boquet Valley Central School District

Recreation: Hiking, boating, biking, fishing, paddling, swimming, skiing, snowmobiling, horseback riding, hunting, and bird watching.

Arts & History: Numerous museums and military sites celebrate the region’s diverse history.

Local food, distilleries, restaurants – the Champlain Valley is the capital of the Adirondacks’ farm to table movement. Farms and farm stores are around every corner and the region’s restaurants and breweries take full advantage of local fresh seasonal offerings.

Tucked between Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains, the region is home to stunning sunrises over Vermont’s Green Mountains that will motivate you to start your day early and explore all the region has to offer.  The pastoral landscape of the area is engulfed by the High Peaks and rolling hills in every direction.

Lake Champlain is a 107 mile-long inter-connected waterway that once functioned as a means of transportation between Quebec and New York. The region was a major theatre of the French and Indian War, the Revolutionary War, and the War of 1812.  The Champlain Valley was also the first American region to embrace industrialization in the early 1800s. 

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