Lord Howe Valley offers endless activities and destinations to not only exceed your wedding day expectations, but allow you and guests to unwind, adventure, and enjoy a multi-day getaway. Working with you we’ll help out together the perfect plan for you to explore the local area and take in all it has to offer. Whether you’re an avid outdoor adventurer, interested in history, or looking to relax on the lake or beach, Lord Howe Valley has everything you need for the perfect Adirondack Wedding.
Fort Ticonderoga is a large 18th-century star fort built by the French at a narrows near the south end of Lake Champlain. The fort was of strategic importance during both the French and Indian War and Revolutionary War. The mountains on both sides mad the terrain nearly impassible forcing armies to confront the fort straight on.
Enjoy the gorgeous Green mountains of Vermont and New York’s Adirondack mountains during narrated boat tours aboard the Carillon. Carillon Cruises is your guide to Lake Champlain’s centuries of stirring maritime heritage with panoramic vistas around you and a sonar view of shipwrecks below.
A relic from before the Revolutionary War, Fort Crown Point is a historic site of a former military stronghold at the south end of the wider part of Lake Champlain. Explore the preserved ruins of the forts and tour the museum which includes a multimedia orientation program, large scale models, and an exhibit of original artifacts recovered from the site by archaeologists.
Ticonderoga Golf Course is a unique eighteen hole public golf course located in the historic Lord Howe Valley, on the north end of Lake George in the heart of the Adirondack Park, near the site where Roger’s Rangers fought the renowned Snowshoe Battle. It also happens to be located directly next to our property making it an ideal outing!
This is a popular hike with an open summit giving you views of the Adirondack High Peaks. This moderate hike is a 900 foot ascent and 7.8 miles round trip. The best place to rest and enjoy the view is maybe 30 or so yards past the summit where there is a view of Pharaoh Lake.
A historic mountain, Defiance was leveraged to both attach and defend Fort Ticonderoga in during the French and Indian War. The mountain overlooks Lake Champlain and the outlet of the La Chute River, which flows out of Lake George to the west and wraps around the north side of the mountain before emptying into Lake Champlain. Witness a birds-eye view of Fort Ticonderoga’s epic military landscape!
A 200 acre-preserve providing great views of Lake George, the Champlain Valley, and Vermont’s Green Mountains. The trail is a little over a mile to the summit and is a short, steep climb.
One of the most recognizable landmarks on all of Lake George, Roger’s Rock is a steep rock slide hundreds of feet above the water. Named for a English Colonial fighter during the French and Indian War who is rumored to have slid down the rock face, this 3 mile round trip will give you incredible views of the Queen of American Lakes.