Visit

winery welcome

Inviting establishments welcome visitors in all corners of the CVNHP. Photo: LCBP

The CVNHP offers plenty to do for visitors from near and far. Lake Champlain and Lake George are major summer recreation destinations. The campsites, hiking trails, and scenic vistas of Vermont and New York state forests and parks—including the 6-million acre Adirondack Park—and the Green Mountain National Forest provide opportunities for solitude and reflection. The hunting and fishing opportunities in the region are exceptional. The 6,729-acre Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge is a crown jewel in the thousands of acres of land within the CVNHP set aside as wildlife sanctuaries, which draw birdwatchers and other nature-lovers.

CVNHP Sites Map

The many stories of the region’s heritage are told in museums, historic sites and natural areas throughout the CVNHP. Browse the sites on the CVNHP Sites Map at the Lake Champlain Basin Atlas. View the map

 

Visitor Information

Visitors to the CVNHP will find plenty to do, wherever their adventures take them. Visitor bureaus in Vermont, New York, and Québec offer suggestions for every type of traveler. Learn more

 

 

The CVNHP Region

While the LCBP traditionally focuses on the that drains into Lake Champlain, the area of consideration for the CVNHP includes any historic site or community along the “linked navigable waterways” of Lake Champlain, Lake George, the Champlain Canal, and the Upper Hudson River that contains a physical, cultural, or historical resource that represent the CVNHP’s interpretive themes. The Vermont and New York counties within the Partnership include Grand Isle, Franklin, Chittenden, Addison, Rutland, Bennington, Clinton, Essex, Warren, Saratoga and Washington.

Explore more maps of the CVNHP →