Vermont and New York Are close to Ticonderoga Rentals
On the border of Vermont and New York is Ticonderoga, Lake George, New York. During summer or winter, you will find plenty of recreational fun when you stay at Ticonderoga rentals. The Adirondacks are known for the Mohawk population that used to inhabit the area. By staying at Ticonderoga lodging, you can learn about their heritage. For smaller families, you might want to stay in Ticonderoga apartments which sit downtown by all the shopping and restaurants.
Ticonderoga Lodging and the Lake George Area
A crossing between Lake George and Lake Champlain was used for thousands of years, which is why the town of Ticonderoga was formed. It was the most direct location for visitors because of the two lakes and rivers that could take them from New York and Canada to other places in North America. Staying at Ticonderoga lodging allows you to explore the historical significance of this area, like the important historical site which is found just a few minutes’ drive from Ticonderoga apartments. The French and Indian War and the American Revolution both had battles at Fort Ticonderoga, because the fort was important to the trade route.
Mount Defiance Site near Ticonderoga Apartments
Mount Defiance is the site of a British Canon. It is the point where General Arthur St. Clair had to surrender to American troops in 1777. You will travel from Ticonderoga apartments to an elevation of 853 feet which overlooks the town and Lake Champlain. You can look out over Lake Champlain valley and see the Green Mountains of Vermont. After spending a few hours at this historical location, heading back to your Ticonderoga rentals for lunch is an option.
Ticonderoga Rentals around Ticonderoga Library
If lunch at your Ticonderoga lodging is not what you want, consider heading downtown to dine at a restaurant before going to a museum. The Ticonderoga Historical Society Library and Museum is a reproduction of John Hancock’s home in Boston. Period furniture, Redford glass and much more are housed inside. At the end of the day, venture back to your Ticonderoga rentals for an evening by the lake. You might even consider an evening boat cruise out on the water to catch the sunset.
Are you searching for Lake George Area cottages? Consider other options in the area: Bolton Landing cabins, Hague cabins, and Lake George house rentals.