The Adirondack Coast’s parks and beaches promise to delight – whether you want to spend the day kicking around the Adirondack Mountains or a few hours kicking back in an Adirondack chair on Lake Champlain.
Ausable Point State Park: Discover this jewel on Lake Champlain with swimming, windsurfing, fishing, hiking trails and wildlife preserve.
Cumberland Bay State Park: Explore the western shore of Lake Champlain on this state park’s large natural sand beach.
Macomb Reservation State Park: Enjoy a wilderness atmosphere along with swimming, fishing, playing fields and nature trail.
Plattsburgh City Beach: Visit the largest freshwater beach in the United States.
Point au Roche State Park: This beautiful park offers swimming, hiking and biking trails, a nature center and mooring sites.
Cadyville Park: This park provides disc golf, picnic areas, scenic hiking, biking and cross country trails, all while exploring a quaint Adirondack village.
Cadyville Beach: A family friendly beach boasts calm waters and is perfect for all ages.
Port Kent Beach: This beautiful sandy beach has great views of the Green Mountains of Vermont, children's activities and easy access to the Port Kent Ferry.
Heyworth Mason Park: A beautiful site filled with history and the starting point of The Little Ausable River Trail.
Taylor Pond: Taylor Pond is a secluded lake and a great place to camp, fish, boat, paddle, snorkel, or just relax.