Lake Champlain Motorcycle Trail

Lake Champlain Motorcycle Trail

Lake life is the good life

As road trips with wide open views go, the rolling hills of the farmland overlooking Lake Champlain are hard to beat. From the motorcycle hotspot of scenic Lake George, cruise along epic shorelines, through small towns with a lot of character and great stops to be had. Visit the "Grand Canyon of the East," stretch your legs along a lakeshore trail, and dive into history at Crown Point, where great views up and down the lake are to be had on the Lake Champlain Bridge, alongside a historic lighthouse and former fort. History buffs will love the ride up to Fort Ticonderoga, where tales of America's early years are to be had, as well as a can't miss boat tour.

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Lake Champlain Motorcycle Trail Itinerary

Noblewood ParkWillsboro


Route 22(518) 597-4649

With its sweeping views of Lake Champlain, Vermont's Green Mountains, the Boquet River, and the Adirondack foothills, Noblewood Park is one of the hidden jewels of the Adirondack-Champlain region. Established in 1999 as the result of a partnership between the Town of Willsboro and the Adirondack Nature Conservancy, Noblewood offers both town residents and visitors wonderful opportunities for enjoying the spectacular scenery of the Champlain Valley. Paddling A sandy beach offers hand...
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Winton's 1898 Tavern Westport


Westport Golf-47 Country Club Way(518) 962-8283

Winton’s 1898 Tavern, the newest addition to Westport Golf and named after the famed architect who expanded the course to its 18 championship holes, is the fruit of a major clubhouse makeover under new management.  The new restaurant, decorated with elegant Adirondack décor, offers a deliciously affordable meal that all can enjoy along with an evolving menu as we adapt to a local farm-to-table concept that the surrounding area is well known for.  In addition to our food,...
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Lake Champlain Bridge Heritage AreaCrown Point


814 Bridge Road(518) 597-4649

Attraction The Lake Champlain Bridge Heritage Area is 500 acres of public land in New York and Vermont connected by a spectacular, pedestrian and bicycle-friendly, award winning bridge that spans beautiful Lake Champlain. Arrive by land or water, explore a wealth of historical, archaeological, and natural sites, and experience multiple recreational activities in a uniquely scenic and historic setting.  A few of the unique features and sites to explore: The Lake Champlain Bridge- Now...
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Crown Point State Historic SiteCrown Point


21 Grandview Drive(518) 597-4666

History Hours: The museum is open daily from mid-May to mid-October, 9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. It's closed Tuesday. The grounds are open year round from Monday - Friday, from sunrise to sunset. The grounds are free to explore; there is an admission fee at museum. The French and the British both built forts at this strategic location on Lake Champlain. In 1734, the French built Fort St. Frederic, with a huge four-story stone octagon, the walls of which were 12 feet...
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Champlain Memorial LighthouseCrown Point


NYS DEC Campground(518) 597-3603

The site of the Champlain Memorial Lighthouse has a rich historic past. It was originally occupied by a windmill, built by the French in 1737. The Champlain Memorial Lighthouse rises from a small point of land just south of the Champlain Bridge. The construction of the lighthouse memorial was a joint effort of the States of New York and Vermont (two small memorials flanking the lighthouse are inscribed with the names of the members of the two commissioners) as part of the 300th anniversary...
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Fort TiconderogaTiconderoga


102 Fort Ti Road (518) 585-2821

Make memories, rain or shine! Fort Ticonderoga is a destination with many attractions the whole family can experience and enjoy! Find adventure in our events and exciting daily programs, weapons demos, special tours, battle re-enactments, Carillon boat cruises, hands-on family activities, and world-class museum exhibits. Walk in the footsteps of legendary leaders Ethan Allen, Robert Rogers, Benedict Arnold, Henry Knox, and George Washington. Discover exciting stories of the largest collection...
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Star Trek - Original Series Set TourTiconderoga


112 Montcalm Street

If you ever wanted to experience what it would be like to visit the set of Star Trek: The Original Series, now is your chance. Located in Ticonderoga, the Star Trek Original Series Set Tour brings back to life Stage 9 at Desilu Studios (now Paramount), and the set of the Original Star Trek series. Visitors can step onto the soundstage and be transported directly back to 1966. Additionally, visitors can enjoy guided tours, photo opportunities and an immersive experience into the world of the...
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Natural Stone Bridge & CavesPottersville


535 Stone Bridge Road(518) 494-2283

The LARGEST marble cave entrance in the east, a massive stone bridge dominates this spectacular display of ancient Adirondack geology of rock that is more than one billion years old Explore self-guided, above-ground, natural stone step nature trail featuring potholes, grottoes, gorge and mill site waterfalls Descend into lighted surface caves with raging waterfalls or tranquil dark pools Adirondack Memories Display and PBS Video describe the history and geology of the caves
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Usher ParkLake George


3836 NY-9L(518) 668-5722

This charming little park makes a great rendezvous for the next phase of your journey. Restrooms, picnic tables, and a beach, while only minutes from Lake George Village. Hours: 8:00 AM through 8:00 PM Beach hours: 9:30 AM to 6:00 PM From Memorial Day to Columbus Day
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