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Anyone Familiar with Lake Champlain ??

 
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Old 04-12-2011, 07:01 PM
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Anyone Familiar with Lake Champlain ??

Hey,

I would like to take my wife and three boys camping and fishing near/on Lake Champlain or nearby lakes. I'm not at all familiar with the area, and I'm hoping some of my fellow F-150 owners can help.

Any recommendations on campgrounds with cabins or areas where you can fish from the shore, or rent a boat. Also, I'll likely have a boat next year, so any advice regarding cabin rentals near good bass/pike fishing areas is appreciated too.

Thanks !!!
 
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Old 04-14-2011, 10:44 AM
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http://www.nycanal.com/lakechamplain...lainindex.html

Try this for some info. Great area to try out. You can find almost anything you might want to do. We usually make a point to get up there at least once each summer.
Only concern is it can get a bit expensive during peak season and you may need to make reservations well in advance. You can take I-95 north and move over to I-87 north near Albany. Very nice drive along the lake area right up to the St Lawrence. Definitely worth the trip.
OOPS scratch Albany, take I-87 in White Plains area north of New York city.
 

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