Getting Here by Boat

The Adirondack Coast is easily accessible by boat as it stretches across the western shore of Lake Champlain, part of the New York State Canal System.

This historic waterway is also part of the Lakes to Locks passage, a 133-mile route connecting Lake Champlain and Lake George with the Champlain Canal and Hudson River to the south and the Chambly Canal to the Richelieu and St. Lawrence Rivers of Quebec to the north.

Lake Map

Lake Forecast


If traveling from different parts of Vermont you can take of the Lake Champlain Ferries by car, bike or on foot. Click on the link below that works for you to learn more information:

Grand Isle - Plattsburgh, NY

Burlington, VT - Port Kent, NY

Charlotte, VT - Essex, NY


From places to stay, eat and play we can help you take advantage of all the attractions and activities the Adirondack Coast offers.


Get a digital copy of the brochures about the area. Or, we can send you a printed version. This guide provides all the ins & outs of the area.

Check Out
Our Blog

Get the inside scoop on the Adirondack Coast including what's coming up and more.