Lake Champlain is perfect for boating, whether you choose the sail or the powerboat. There is a string of great marinas and boat launches. Lake Champlain is connected by canal to the Hudson River to the south and the St.Lawrence River to the north. Lake Champlain is also the diver’s paradise, hosting one of America’s greatest collections of shipwrecks, dating back to the American Revolution.
33-mile long Saranac Chain of Lakes (Upper, Middle and Lower Saranac), Lake Flower, Oseetah Lake, Tupper Lake, Lake George and Lake Placid offer boaters exhilarating experiences and spectacular scenery. Numerous access points and boat launches are available.
Long Lake and Raquette Lake are open to all boats, and Forked Lake and Lake Eaton are open to all boats with size of engine restrictions.