Carillon Cruises LLCPaul Saenger www.carilloncruises.com 802-897-5331· firstname.lastname@example.org
1 1/2 hour historical cruise, see Fort Ticonderoga, Mt Independence, Mt Defiance, learn local history, ecology, etc. Walk-on cruises from July 1 through Aug 31st 1 pm Tues, Thurs-Sunday from Larrabee’s Point in Shoreham, Mondays 3pm Whitehall. For Fall schedule check website calendar.
Abenaki Outfitters & Guide ServiceJohn Danyew AbenakiOutfitters.com 802-897-7500
Canoeing, Kayaking, and Hiking In the Champlain Valley of New York & Vermont.
Bicycling through Shoreham’s scenic rolling countryside is a very popular pastfime for many cyclists and bicycle touring groups. Cyclists enjoy scenic views of the Adirondack and Green Mountains and Lake Champlain, while riding along side Shoreham’s vast number of farms and orchards.
Bicycling resources: Lake Champlain Bikeways (www.champlainbikeways.org)
Shoreham is an excellent destination for bird watching. During the latter half of May, in one morning, upwards of 60 different bird species have been reported. The Lake Champlain area is the home for several eagles, which are easiest viewed from the lake. Two excellent locations to observe our local birds are at the boat launch on route 73 and the Shoreham Covered Railroad Bridge located on Shoreham Depot Road .
Resources: Otter Creek Audubon Society (www.ottercreekaudubon.org)
Boating, Canoeing, Kayaking & Fishing
Located on the shores of Lake Champlain, Shoreham offers many water related opportunities. A VT public launch area is on Hanson Road off of route 73. Richville Reservoir, located on Richville Rd, also offers an option for fishing & boating.
“1759″ Fort Ticonderoga FerryRoute 74 www.forttiferry.com 802-897-7999 · email@example.com
Historic, scenic seven-minute daytime crossings on Lake Champlain between Shoreham VT and Ticonderoga NY.
Platt Memorial Library297 Main Street www.plattlib.org 802-897-2647
Shoreham’s historic library provides 21st century service with WIFI, public access computers, audio book downloads and e-book downloads as well as the traditional materials and program you’d expect in a friendly small town library. Open Mon 10A-7P; Wed/Thurs 2-7P; and Sat 9A-1P.
Scenic Drives, Historical Sites & Photo Opportunities
Whether you are interested in the area’s rich history or just want to take in great views of the Adirondack and Green Mountains, Lake Champlain, or the vast number of farms and orchards, it is definitely worth taking a drive through Shoreham’s beautiful rolling countryside. Make sure that you include Mount Independence and the Ti Ferry as part of your route. Resources: Shoreham The Town and Its People (available at the Town Clerks Office)
Shoreham Bell MuseumJudy Blake 127 Smith Street· www.shorehambellmuseum.com 802-897-2780 · firstname.lastname@example.org
A free hands-on experience with bells from all over the world. Every material known is used. The many uses of bells through history are shown. Donations accepted. Totally handicap accessible. Open by chance or appt. daily.