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Rouses Point

Rouse Point

Rouses Point New York is a quiet little village in northeastern NY nestled on the US-Canadian border. Residing on the coast of Lake Champlain, Rouses Point offers visitors plenty of opportunity to enjoy water activities, especially during the beautiful upstate New York summers. From taking a boat ride along the shore to where Lake Champlain becomes the Richelieu River, to fishing for some of the lakes prize catches, utilization of the lake is a must when venturing to Rouses Point.

For the land lovers there is always the opportunity to shop the hometown stores that make up downtown Rouses Point. While going in and out of each store, take a second to marvel at the beautiful landscape that the village resides in.

History buffs will recall Rouses Point NY as the backdrop of the infamous Fort Blunder. Fort Montgomery, of which parts of the structure still stand today for visitors to view, had actually started being built on the Canadian side of the border until a surveyor noticed the error. It took two years for someone to notice, but once it was construction started again on the US side.

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