Waterways

Trying to beat the summer heat? Our county is home to plenty of waterways for you to explore.

Washington County offers many exciting opportunities to fish a large variety of marine life. We also offer a variety of locations ranging in difficulty and depth for you to get out on the water! Go out in your own boat, rental boat, or a canoe or kayak. Our waters include lakes, rivers, canals and ponds so take a dip in our fresh, clean waters. Experience a secluded part of Lake George at Washington County Park in Huletts Landing, or its sister park at Lake Lauderdale in the town of Jackson.

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Feeder Canal and Five Combined Locks Park and Bike Trail

bike, hiking and picnic spots, leads to destination in Glens Falls, including public parks and swimming in the Hudson River
Address:
72 Maple Street, Hudson Falls, NY, USA, The Silos - Feeder Canal Alliance, Hudson Falls, New York, United States 12839
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Camp Little Notch

Situated on 443 acres of pristine wilderness with an 80-acre private lake, Camp Little Notch in Fort Ann is an Adirondack summer camp that features traditional camp sessions for girls ages 8-17 and specialty camps for girls ages 13 and up.
Address:
744 Sly Pond Road, Fort Ann, New York, United States 12827
Phone: 5187939700

Slate Valley Rail Trail

Following the bed of a former D&H rail line the Slate Valley Rail Trail offers year-round recreation opportunities. Popular activities for trail users during the warmer, summer months include horseback riding, biking, jogging and walking, and then transition to snowshoeing and snowmobiling during the winter months. Trail users come from near and far to see the historic and inspiring views of the Slate Valley. This includes the vibrant foliage, rural nature, and glimpses of local farming culture. The trail showcases the area’s natural beauty with its miles of open fields, undisturbed forests. The trail passes through the Village of Granville's [...]
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Granville, New York, United States
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Learn The History Of Washington County

 

Washington County is rich with historic sites, museums and landmarks from Battle Hill in Fort Ann, a significant battle of the Revolutionary War, to the Fort House Museum in Fort Edward that exhibits hundreds of thousands of artifacts and exhibits that chronicle the history of Washington County.

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