Lake Champlain

Lake Champlain is a large freshwater lake located between Quebec, Vermont and New York, and is sometimes referred to as the sixth Great Lake. It has an area of approximately 514 square miles and is distinguished by its numerous islands, valleys and bays. The lake runs through Clinton, and Essex Counties in NY.

Fish species found in the lake include Atlantic salmon, smallmouth bass, yellow perch, northern pike and walleye. Additionally, it is home to several endangered species such as the Lake Champlain spiny softshell turtle.

The lake also has a rich recreational history with activities such as boating, fishing and camping. It is also a popular tourist attraction known for its beautiful scenery and stunning views. With so much to offer, Lake Champlain truly offers something special for everyone to enjoy.