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Towns > Eastern Region > Ticonderoga

Ticonderoga, NY

fort ticonderogaTiconderoga lies in the heart of the Champlain Valley, and is a treasure trove of the past. Steep yourself in the history of the French and Indian War at Fort Ticonderoga, and the adventures of the Ethan Allen Boys.

Ticonderoga combines an old-town atmosphere with present-day progress in the village on the Falls. Feel the boisterous roar of the whitewater LaChute River as it thunders over the village dam. Stroll or bike along the winding pathways of Bicentennial Park. If you prefer, simply sit on the village green and close your eyes.

The shores of Lake Champlain and Lake George provide abundant opportunities for four-season outdoor recreation. There are numerous lakes, ponds and streams to paddle and fish, as well as endless forested trails to hike. Drink in the incredible scenery as you ride along the Champlain Bikeway. Enjoy boating, swimming, and camping as the sun descends gently behind the mountains. And when winter prevails, ice fishing and cross-country skiing are favored activities.

With a scenic and bustling environment, Ticonderoga is a lively Adirondack crossroads. Just south of Ticonderoga, the town of Putnam is settled in the mountainous space separating Lake George and the southern tip of Lake Champlain. Gull Bay Public Beach on Lake George provides fun for boaters and swimmers.

This landscape of rolling pastures fringed with rugged mountains provides a distinctly pastoral, old-world feeling. Putnam is a glimpse into the rural life of early America, a serene and peaceful setting that offers quietude and an idyllic natural beauty.

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Ticonderoga, NY Listings
Falls of Carillon Ticonderoga, NY
The Falls of Carillon is located on the LaChute River in Ticonderoga's Bicentennial Park.
Fort Ticonderoga Ticonderoga, NY
Fort Ticonderoga
Every day is an event at Fort Ticonderoga and every year is a new experience. Bring the family and experience history come alive by land and by water! Spend the day and discover all that Fort Ticonderoga has to offer. Open rain or shine.
La Chute Falls Ticonderoga, NY
The La Chute River, which connects Lake George and Lake Champlain, features five different waterfalls in a 3.5-mile stretch.
Ticonderoga Area Farmers' Market Ticonderoga, NY
Check out the Ticonderoga Area Farmers' Market for all your farm fresh needs! The market features fruit & vegetable farmers, several specialty vendors, and themed events and entertainment.
Ticonderoga Golf & Country Club Ticonderoga, NY
A unique 18-hole course in Lord Howe Valley on the north end of Lake George. Players of all skill levels are welcome at this public course.
Ticonderoga Heritage Museum Ticonderoga, NY
International Paper and American Graphite displays.
Ticonderoga Historical Society at the Hancock House Ticonderoga, NY
Modeled after Thomas Hancock's mid-16th century Boston home, the Hancock House was built in 1926 as a gift to the New York State Historical Association. Now, it houses a museum, a research library, and an art gallery, which showcase regional history.