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Eagle Lake
Is a small lake situated on the eastern edge of the Adirondack mountain region of northern New York State. It is midway between Ticonderoga and Crown Point and located at the junction between Lake Champlain and Lake George atop the Champlain Plateau. Eagle Lake waters feed into the Hudson River Basin through Paradox and Schroon Lake. Central to the High Peaks Region, the Central Adirondack Region, the Lake George Region, and western Vermont. Rich in history, this area has the rugged character of the Adirondack Mountains blended with the charm and personality of the Lake Champlain Valley.

Ticonderoga the nearest town to Eagle Lake supports many local specialty shops in addition to a Walmart. The area is abundant in outdoor, recreational, entertainment, and historical activities and sites. Listed below are just a few web links to more information of area activities.
Where We're Located!

A Live View From Eagle Lake

Google Maps View of Eagle Lake
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The Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerece  - Providing programs, services, and leadership which will enhance a cooperative business community.

Your Guide to Ticonderoga, New York: Visit, Stay, Play! An all inclusive guide to the happenings in and around the Ticonderoga area.

Ticonderoga Area - Facts From Wikipedia

Fort Ticonderoga - A Revolutionary War era fort , only 9 miles to our east

Fort Crown Point - Another Revolutionary War era fort , only 13 miles to our northeast

Crown Point Fish Hatchery

Natural Stone Bridges and Caves - The oldest rock in North America and the largest marble cave entrance, only 20 miles to our southwest

The Adirondack Museum - A museum of Adirondack lore and artifacts

Lake George - Regional center with an amazing variety of recreation and amusement activities

Adirondacks Come-To-Life Site - This is a very good starting place for tourist information about the entire Adirondack Region

Go Fishing - Go fishing or visit the local fish hatchery

Adirondack Fishing Directory - Ice Fishing, Adirondack Lakes, Fishing Guides and Fishing Tackle Shops- Informational page on stocking, and species distribution in adirondack lakes and streams

Shelburne Museum - Located in Vermont's scenic Lake Champlain valley, Shelburne Museum is one of the nation's finest, most diverse, and unconventional museums of art and Americana.

Lake Champlain Maritime Museum - A maritime museum dedicated to preserving and sharing the history of Lake Champlain.

Lake Placid - A four-season sports and recreation play land, home of past Winter Olympics

Glens Falls - The nearest major city located about 1 hour to our south.

Burlington, Vermont - A beautiful city on Lake Champlain an hour half to our north

Plattsburgh New York- A beautiful city on Lake Champlain an hour half to our north

Saratoga Springs - Known for seasonal art and music festivals

Local Lake Associations Page- A list of the lakes that are within a short drive of Eagle Lake and their associated web pages.

Natural Attractions- A guide to the Adirondacks with additional background on the natural and local history of the Adirondack park as a whole.

Local News Papers
Newspaper Arctiles About Eagle Lake
(and the surrounding area)
  • Eagle Lake Community News and Articles about Invasives Page- Various newspaper articles and publications that relate to news about the Eagle Lake community. Also includes articles that have focused on the plight of local lake associations and residents as they battle against invasive species and other lake issues. Most of the articles come from local area news publications in the Adirondack region.