About the Town

Situated in a unique location in New York State, The Town of Champlain is your first step into the greater Lake Champlain coast, the Champlain Valley Region, and the vast Upstate New York Region full of adventure, history, and exceptional living opportunities.

With multiple ports available to access Quebec, Canada, and a toll-free bridge to the neighboring state of Vermont, the Town of Champlain and the two villages that reside there - the Village of Rouses Point and the Village of Champlain - become your destination for all things connected on a map.

The Town of Champlain is where you’ll find the intersection of Interstate 87 and NY-11, providing access to all locations north of Albany and west of Lake Champlain. Whether you are starting here or making it a final stopping point, the Town makes use of this stellar location on beautiful Lake Champlain. Boating and recreation are abundant along our miles of coastline. With Lake access to Canada and Vermont, maritime travel turns multi-state and international with ease.


Population: 5754 people

Total Households: 2494