In Westport, nestled between the Adirondack mountains and Lake Champlain, you can find exquisite, down-to-earth, and camping-in-nature accommodations; good coffee, farm-to-table, and fine, lake-side dining; hiking, boating, biking, golfing, the arts, special events; and so much more.
The Lake Champlain Region is a beautiful, wide-open place where the lake and the mountains meet.
The historic building is a functioning train station built in 1876. The theatrical journeys require no passport or baggage, just your willingness to sit in a comfortable seat in an air conditioned room while the professional artists dazzle you with story, dance and song.
Visit the reconstructed fort, get lost in the 6-acre historic corn maze, enjoy the Carillon Battlefield hiking trail, and take in the unforgettable view from the top of Mount Defiance with a sweeping vista of Lake Champlain and Vermont’s Green Mountains.
Hike, float and/or climb as you go back in time as you experience one of the oldest natural attractions in the United States (Est. 1870).
High Falls Gorge is a 22 acre, privately owned nature park.
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Located in Vermont in the town of Shelburne, The Museum includes thirty-nine distinct structures on forty-five acres, each filled with beautiful, fascinating, and whimsical objects.
Located across from The Inn, the CATS main office has maps for area hiking
High in New York State's Adirondack Mountains is the home and grave of abolitionist John Brow
Lake Champlain Transportation Company has provided reliable, safe and friendly transportation to the surrounding lake community and to area visitors since 1826
The Visitor Center housed in the Westport Heritage House greets hundreds of people each year.