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  • All “Bout Critters +

    Offers a variety of animal antics, programs and fun. An animal-focused gift shop is located on site.
  • Bicentennial Park & LaChute Waterfalls +

    Located in historic downtown. Offers access to a lovely walking path, the LaChute River Trail, a children’s playground, picnic areas, gorgeous waterfalls, covered bridge, excellent hillside for winter sliding, fishing access, and canoes and kayaks can be launched.
  • Black Watch Library +

    An Andrew Carnegie Library located in historic Downtown Ticonderoga. The library offers access to books, magazines, computers and free Wi-Fi in a comfortable setting.
  • Civil War Monument +

    Located in Artillery Park at the intersection of The Portage and Champlain Avenue. A life size civil war soldier in bronze, stands on a pedestal with memorial plaques in memory of the men and women of Ticonderoga who offered their lives in defense of their country.
  • Cook Mountain Trail & Other Hiking Trails +

    Located off Baldwin Road in Ticonderoga, from the summit of Cook Mountain you can enjoy an expansive view of northern Lake George. Hiking trails are available throughout Ticonderoga. For more information contact the Chamber.
  • Eagle Lake +

    Eagle Lake is located off Route 74 going from Ticonderoga towards Schroon Lake. Eagle Lake offers a peaceful location for fishing, boating and swimming.
  • Five Nations Golf +

    Five Nations Golf is a comprehensive Golf Center on the north end of Lake George in the heart of the Adirondack Park. We have a full service Driving Range that has a tee box that can accommodate up to 12 people, an automated ball machine that disperses small and large buckets, a Snack Bar, and periodic Golf Clinics put on by our local PGA Professional. We can accommodate Special Events and also have our own Glowing Course along with a historically themed 18 hole mini golf course.
  • Fort Ticonderoga +

    18th century history at America's Fort! With 2,000 acres overlooking beautiful Lake Champlain, Fort Ticonderoga offers the experience of historically accurate costumed interpreters, musket demonstrations, museum exhibits, historic gardens and a seasonal corn maze. Open 9:30 am - 5 pm daily, Mid May to Mid-October. Fort Ticonderoga is located on Fort Ti Road. A gift shop and cafe are located at Fort Ticonderoga and an array of events and reenactments take place throughout the year.
  • Fort Ticonderoga Ferry +

    Connecting Ticonderoga, NY and Shoreham, VT in 6 minutes the Fort Ti Ferry is a historic scenic shortcut on one of the oldest ferry crossings in North America. Open May thru late October.
  • Frasier Bridge +

    Located over the LaChute River in Downtown Ticonderoga. Among the oldest bridges in the world. It is a double masonry archer bridge with a cast iron rail. Recently restored.
  • Hancock House/Ticonderoga Historical Society +

    Located at Moses Circle. A reproduction of the original stone Hancock House. The site was a gift from Horace Moses. Home to the Ticonderoga Historical Society. Offers a glimpse into Ticonderoga’s vast History. A gift shop and Art Gallery is located at the Hancock House.
  • Historic Marker Trail +

    Historic Markers are located throughout Ticonderoga. Guides are available at the Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce.
  • Historic Ticonderoga Walking Tour +

    A walking tour of the Ticonderoga business district and nearby sites throughout Historic Ticonderoga. A map guide is available at the Chamber office.
  • Kings Garden +

    40-acre developed landscape along with the formal garden near Fort Ticonderoga. The King’s Garden maintains features from each era that shaped it; a time capsule of history and horticulture. Admission to the King’s Garden is included when visiting Fort Ticonderoga.
  • Knox Trail Memorial Park +

    Located on Montcalm Street. Through this place passed General Henry Knox to deliver to General George Washington the train of artillery from Fort Ticonderoga.
  • LaChute River Trail +

    A public pathway along the historic river flowing through Ticonderoga and behind historic downtown. This is a perfect location to walk, run or relax. The trail offers wonderful views of the river and includes a new bridge covered from a train trestle. A walking guide to the natural and industrial history of the LaChute River is available.
  • Liberty Monument +

    Located at Moses Circle. Erected in 1924 as a gift from Horace Moses. An embodiment in bronze of three centuries of Ticonderoga, Lake George and Lake Champlain history. Surrounding the base are four heroic figures representing the history of the war path of nations.
  • Mossy Point Boat Launch (Lake George) +

    Mossy Point Boat Launch located off Black Point Road gives access for boats and fisherman to Lake George.
  • Mount Defiance +

    Fort Ticonderoga maintains a road to the top of Mount Defiance, which provides one of the most spectacular views in the area. You can see up and down Lake Champlain, and get an aerial view of Fort Ticonderoga, Mount Independence and the Green Mountains of Vermont. There is an observance and picnic pavilion at the top.
  • Northern Lake George Paddle +

    2 court platform tennis facility with a warming hut and viewing deck. This combines the best elements of tennis, racquette ball and squash and is very easy to learn. For players of all ages. Any adult can sign up for a court, borrow paddles and play between 10 am and 5 pm by registering in advance at the Golf Pro Shop at the Ticonderoga Country Club. After 5 pm, guests can sign up for a court and borrow equipment from Eddie's Restaurant. All juniors must be accompanied by at least 1 adult.
  • Putnam Pond Campsite, Day Use, Hiking Trails, Beach & Boat Launch +

    Putnam Pond “Putts Pond” Campsite is located off of Route 74, has 72 camping sites, a beach, boat launch, and state marked hiking trails.
  • Recreational Fields +

    Ticonderoga has recreation fields for baseball, softball, tennis, and a basketball court. Located on Burgoyne Avenue near Bicentennial Park.
  • The Downtown Gallery +

    Located on Montcalm Street in Downtown. The gallery presents local artists work from a wide variety of mediums. Work is displayed in a lively and creative manner. Art work and gift items available.
  • Ticonderoga Area Farmers Market +

    Held off Route 9N just south of the Liberty Monument. Open Saturday’s July through October form 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM.
  • Ticonderoga Arts Gallery +

    A nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting local artist by promoting fine crafts and art through programs in education, exhibits and sale in the gallery. The Ticonderoga Arts Gallery is located in the lower of the Hancock House. Art work and gift items are available.
  • Ticonderoga Black Point Public Beach +

    Located at the northern end of Lake George the beach is family-friendly offering a public swimming area, a grassy area to rest and relax, a sandy beach, picnic and playground area, and volleyball. Some picnic tables and small grills are on site. The beach offers a majestic view of historic Rogers Rock and beautiful Lake George.
  • Ticonderoga Country Club & Golf Course +

    The Ticonderoga Country Club and Golf Course is a picturesque 18-hole course available in Historic Ticonderoga. A pro shop is located at the Country Club as well as Emeralds Restaurant which serves both lunch and dinner. Open May through October.
  • Ticonderoga Dog Park +

    Located off Lord Howe Street along the LaChute River, the Dog Park gives the community and visitors a fenced in area to walk and play with their dogs.
  • Ticonderoga Ferry Landing Boat Launch (Lake Champlain) +

    The Ticonderoga Ferry Landing gives boaters and fisherman access to Lake Champlain. *Boaters note the launch is located near the Fort Ti Cable Ferry. Please be aware when boating near the ferry when it is in transit as the cable is very close to the surface.
  • Ticonderoga Festival Guild +

    Nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of the performing arts. Children’s and adult programs including concerts and performances are available throughout the summer as well programs throughout the year.
  • Ticonderoga Fire Museum/News Archives +

    Fireman’s History Museum located at the Ticonderoga Fire Department on Montcalm Street. Open in the summer and off season by appt.
  • Ticonderoga Heritage Museum +

    Located on Lower Montcalm Street and better known as the 1888 Building. Offers International Paper/Ticonderoga Paper Company and American Graphite history as well as Ticonderoga Pencil displays. A gift shop with locally made products is located at the Heritage Museum. The Heritage Museum also host kid’s arts programs throughout the summer and hosts events throughout the year.
  • Ticonderoga Veterans Memorial +

    Ticonderoga Veterans Memorial located above the LaChute Falls and Bicentennial Park gives honor to the Ticonderoga Area Veterans who served in the US Armed Forces in War and Peace.
  • Tower Avenue Grindstones +

    Located along Tower Avenue off of Montcalm Street the Grindstones lining the street were used by the early mills operating in the 1800’s. The mills were located in the entire area of the falls on the LaChute River.
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Emergency Numbers

For Emergencies Dial 911!

  • Ticonderoga Police Dept.: 518­-585-2205
  • Moriah Police Dept.: 518­-546-7611

NYS Police Barracks:

  • Ticonderoga: 518­-585-6200
  • Crown Point: 518­-962-8235
  • Schroon Lake: 518­-532-7611

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