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Lake George Area Vacation Rentals in Ticonderoga


When it#'s time to plan your next New York vacation, don#'t overlook renting a house in the Lake George area.  It#'s a cost-effective alternative to a hotel, and you can bring friends and family to share the fun!


Why Ticonderoga? Ticonderoga is situated between Lake George and Lake Champlain.  In fact, the these two massive lakes pass within a few miles of each other.  Lake George is drained into Lake Champlain by the LaChute River.  All of this water means that Ticonderoga is a paradise for water sports.  Thanks to its strategic location, it#'s also the site of Fort Ticonderoga, a former military stronghold that overlooks Lake Champlain.


Where is Ticonderoga?  Ticonderoga is on the northern tip of Lake George and the southern section of the Lake Champlain Valley.  It#'s approximately 70 miles south of Plattsburgh, the largest of the cities on the New York side of Lake Champlain and the home of Plattsburgh International Airport.    Albany is 100 miles to the south, and Burlington, Vermont, is about 55 miles northeast of Ticonderoga.  Both Albany and Burlington also host international airports.


So whether your ideal vacation rental is located near fishing spots or biking trails - weather you like to snowmobile or swim - Ticonderoga#'s unique location makes it a great choice!