Champlain Memorial Lighthouse

754 Bridge Rd.
Crown Point, NY 12928- Map It
(518) 597-3603

AAA Editor Notes

Champlain Memorial Lighthouse is 7.5 mi. n.e. following SR 9N/22, then e. on CR 903 to the New York end of the Lake Champlain Bridge. The original light station was constructed in 1858. A new light and memorial were erected by Vermont and New York in 1912 to honor Samuel de Champlain, who discovered the lake in 1609. The bas-relief “La Belle France” by Auguste Rodin was a gift from France. Camping is permitted. Picnicking is permitted. Time: Allow 30 minutes minimum.
$6 (per private vehicle); $2 (per person on foot).
Hours: Daily 10-4 (also Sat.-Sun. 4-7, July-Aug.), Memorial Day-Columbus Day (weather permitting).