Lake Champlain Area Attractions

Lake Champlain and Adirondack Area Attractions

Come and explore Lake Champlain area attractions, while experiencing the beauty of the Adirondacks.

There is so much to do in the Lake Champlain and Adirondack area of New York State.  The Iroquois Campground & RV Park is the ideal camping base near all of the Lake Champlain’s area attractions. Located in the Town of Peru, NY, we are  just  a short drive from these many family friendly attractions.  We recommend taking a week or two and explore what Lake Champlain and the Adirondacks has to offer you and your family. However if you are short on time, we think weekend trips are great too. Let us know how we can help you best explore New York Sate’s North Country.

If you are looking for ideas, below are some great places to get started:

Explore Ausable Chasm, the Grand Canyon of the Adirondacks. Come visit Ausable Chasm for an assortment of adventures you will not find at any other single location in the Adirondacks. 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).  Immerse yourself in a primeval Adirondack forest as you stroll past Rainbow Falls, Elephant’s Head, Column Rock, Hyde’s Cave and the eerie quiet of Mystic Gorge. Descend hundreds of feet to walk on natural stone walkways and gaze upon eons of geologic history etched in stone.

Lake Champlain Transportation Company has provided reliable, safe and friendly transportation to the surrounding lake community and to area visitors since 1826. With Lake Champlain Ferries you can count on crossing the lake throughout the year.

Your gateway to endless outdoor recreation in the Adirondack Park.
From hiking trailheads to fishing spots, start planning your next adventure now!

Santa’s Workshop in North Pole, NY is a theme park specializing in entertaining young children and the young at heart.  Unlike other regional parks, attractions are geared to children 48 inches and SMALLER! The minute you walk through the gates of Santa’s Workshop, you will be sent back in time to a storybook village where the traditional story of Santa lives!

A 6,100,000 Acre Park – Just Waiting For You! Explore the Adirondacks—from the top of New York’s 46 Highest Peaks, to the shore of Lake Champlain and the hundreds of miles of pristine wilderness in between. Discover remote hiking trails, old growth forests, endless lakes and serene waterways – all within reach and waiting for you to explore them.

Home to the combined bobsled, luge and skeleton track—the only one east of the Rockies—as well as 50 km of groomed cross-country ski trails, snowshoe trails and a biathlon shooting range, the Olympic Sports Complex is a study in extremes. Athletes in the fastest of winter sports compete near Nordic skiers pacing themselves to outlast the pack. In the winter, the Olympic Sports Complex offers bobsled rides on the combination track.

Find the public boat launches on Lake Champlain and other bodies of water on the Adirondack Coast.

Across the Canadian border, Montreal Canada, a wonderful experience for you to take advantage of while staying at Iroquois Campground in New York!  Be sure you bring your passport!

The Allan S. Everest Interpretive Center offers exhibits chronologically recounting the events of the battles at Plattsburgh within the context of the War of 1812: the political and economical causes of the war; the land and naval engagements at Plattsburgh; and the significant role that the battles here played in the final peace negotiations.

If you like swinging the club, you will want to check out the golf courses in our area!  Bring your clubs, bring the golf balls, and come experience 9 or 18 holes of fun (or frustration!)

At Akwesasne Mohawk Casino you’ll find over 1,800 of the newest slot machines, all easy to find, all on one floor. Choose from endless table games, play big in the High Limit Salon, or head over to the Bingo Palace. Playing has never been so easy!

Surpassed in size only by the Great Lakes, Lake Champlain stretches 120 miles north to south with almost 600 miles of pristine shoreline. Not to mention the countless number of sparkling mountain lakes, all teeming with fish and unlimited possibilities!

A great little place to pick up your next treasured souvenir.  Ask for more information at our Gift and Camp Shop.

At Northern Orchard, our farm produces many different varieties of apples including McIntosh, Cortland, Honeycrisp, Fuji, Red Delicious, Gala, Macoun, Cameo, Fortune, Paula Reds, Zestar!, Gingergold and dozens of other favorites.

The award-winning Wild Center, set in the middle of the Adirondacks, houses live exhibits, trails, our own river and pond, multi-media shows and hands-on experiences. In the warm weather months Wild Walk, the only elevated trail across the treetops in New York is open.

With Blue Mountain rising behind it and Blue Mountain Lake sparkling below, the Adirondack Museum’s vast campus features displays, lush grounds and sweeping views. The exhibitions tell the unique story of the Adirondacks and its people. From boating to logging, and plenty of indoor and outdoor activities for kids, too.

We cannot wait for you to join us here at the Iroquois Campground and RV Park.  We are so excited to share the rich activities and history that the Adirondacks Mountains and Lake Placid have to offer you.

Come and stay with us and start your journey here!

Call for reservations (518.643.9057) or visit our Contact Page.
We will save a spot for you and your rig!