Ticonderoga is the northern most town on Lake George, is located just south of Plattsburg in Essex County, NY. Ticonderoga is home to the LaChute River, which connects the southern tip of Lake Champlain to the northern tip of Lake George. Historic Fort Ticonderoga, a pivotal site during the French and Indian War, is located on a knoll overlooking the southern part of Lake Champlain. Ticonderoga was also significant in the American Revolutionary war and this Adirondack hamlet is rich with American history. Other Ticonderoga area attractions include Mount Defiance, the Ticonderoga Heritage Museum, Bicentennial Park, the Essex County Fish Hatchery, the La Chute Trail, and Crown Point Historic site. More visitor information can be found at the Ticonderoga Chamber of Commerce website.
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