The Lake Champlain Region offers an abundance of opportunity to explore the outdoors as you learn about our nation's rich history. We are just minutes from boat launches on both Lake Champlain and Lake George. Other activities might be to hike on adjacent and nearby state land, visit numerous nearby historical sites including Fort Ticonderoga, Fort St. Frederick, Shelburne Farms, or enjoy a much more secluded hike in the fresh mountain air on our 440 acres of scenic, sustainably managed farmland and mountain forests.
Our guests alone have the unique opportunity to reconnect with themselves, their loved ones, and nature by spending time in scheduled horseback riding sessions (beginning in June 2017).
In and around in the six million acre Adirondack Park there are plenty of activities to enjoy!
Launch your boat for sailing, swimming, or fishing in Lake George or Lake Champlain.
Ski Gore Mountain, Killington, or Lake Placid.
Learn more about Adirondack History by visiting the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum, Fort Ticonderoga, The Natural History Museum of the Adirondacks.
See the Bridge to Vermont, the historic light house, and Fort St. Frederic at Crown Point.
Spend an afternoon watching horse racing or showing at Saratoga Racecourse.
Enjoy courses and workshops on survival skills and crafts and nature at the Adirondack Museum.
Take the Lake Champlain Ferries across to Vermont for visits to Shelburne Farms or Shelburne Museum.
See beautiful views such as those from Mount Defiance, Ausable Chasm, or High Falls Gorge.
Raft the Hudson River Gorge or the Sacandaga River with Wild Waters Outdoor Center.
Support Local Artists at the Lower Adirondacks Regional Arts Council Festival.
Have some fun shopping, seeing fireworks, and taking a tour boat in the crowds at Lake George.
Learn more about other events and activities in The Lake Champlain Region, including exploring the area by bike.
Meet fiber animals and their farmers on the Washington County Fiber Tour (the last full weekend of April every year).
Snowmobile In-Snowmobile Out - we are at the junction of Vermont's VAST Trail Network and the NY State Trails.