287 S. Main St.
Saint Albans, VT 05478
Phone: (802) 524-5956
Fax: (802) 524-5956x131
Swimming, hiking, biking, picnicking and nature trails make this State Park a wonderful place for a day out with family and friends.
Plattsburgh Bay is known as the last battle site during the War of 1812. The United States used both naval and land forces to win the Battle of Plattsburgh against the invading British army. After the battle, the Treaty of Ghent was signed, effectively ending the war and marking the last foreign invasion attempt in the Northern United States.
This exciting state park is over 2,700 feet of beach, swimming, campsites and more.
City Hall of Plattsburgh was erected in 1917, this classical revival style building was designed by architect John Russell Pope. It was incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.
Popularly known as the heart of downtown Plattsburgh, the First Presbyterian Historic Church is a historic structure. Following a Sunday worship every week and also conducting a fellowship and Sunday Class for people of all ages the church offers a great worship experience and also learning new things about the Lord, the church and the Bible.
Located within the original campus of the State University of New York, the Hawkins Hall was originally built as a school. This site currently is one of the most stunning destinations to tour. Along with the academic programs, classromms and art galleries, with a major auditorium, this hall is a distinctive feature of the campus. The site also offers several academic programs too.
A 19th century farm with nursery and display gardens featuring Vermont-grown trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals and pumpkins. Visit the farm animals and take a hayride in the fall. Also offering an eclectic gift shop.
Any trip to Lake Champlain should definitely include a visit to Bluff Point Lighthouse, a historic structure distinctive for its red-shingled roof and blue limestone base. Since its construction in 1874, it has also been known as Valcour Island Light. Today, it is managed by the Clinton County Historical Association and is open for tours.
Leddy Park is a beautiful grassy expanse which is not very crowded and has a very peaceful setting. The park is close to the Appletree Bay and you can enjoy picturesque views as you take a casual stroll. Get on to your skates or enjoy tennis- Leddy Park has something to offer, for everyone!
Lake Champlain is a stunning natural attraction that is shared between the states of Vermont and New York, as well as the country of Canada. The lake has enjoyed a long and colorful history, and is surrounded by intriguing stories and legends of mythical monsters. Apart from being a haven for fishermen, this freshwater lake is a source of wonder for nature lovers of all kinds. The lake's tranquil waters are ideal for sailing, canoeing and other water sports, while its shores afford stunning vistas that inspire and amaze. Several nature parks, resorts and attractions can be found along the shores of Lake Champlain including Adirondack Park, Point Au Roche State Park, the Hero islands and several historic lighthouses. The migratory birds that visit the lake each fall are a special treat for bird watchers, while the stunning sight of the lake at sunset, awash in warm, golden hues, is one that is sure to enthrall all who are fortunate to see it.
Soak the sun and the scenery at the North Beach in Burlington. With a picturesque aura, this beach is popular for day trips with your family. Take a dip in the cool and clear waters and spend some time relaxing at the bay.
Lacolle Mills Blockhouse or Blockhaus de la rivière-Lacolle is a British fortification that was erected to safeguard the mill and lighthouse located along the river.