From The Shores Of Lake George to Lake Champlain: Putnam, NY
Just south of Ticonderoga, the town of Putnam is settled in the mountainous space separating Lake George and the southern tip of Lake Champlain. The town takes its name from Revolutionary war hero, Israel Putnam.
Among the favorite recreational activities in Putnam are fishing on Lake Champlain or Lake George, boating and swimming, and taking scenic drives.
In the fall, visit the pastures, apple orchards, and fields that slope gently to the shore of Lake Champlain.
The Village of Putnam Station is an attractive destination within the town, as it is graced with historic homes and buildings displaying the substantial architecture of the 1800’s.
The 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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