Elizabethtown, New York is a quaint, historic town in Essex County surrounded by the beautiful Adirondack Mountains and Lake Champlain. The area offers small town charm, recreational activities, and easy access to many area attractions. Activities include hiking, cross-country and downhill skiing, boating, camping, hunting, golfing and much more.

Whether you are looking for adventure, escape, or spectacular scenery, you will find it in the Adirondacks. New York State’s highest peaks have long been a draw for athletes, nature lovers and artists. Perhaps best known for 1932 and 1980 Olympics, the region continues to host winter sports competitions as well as warm weather races and events like IronMan. Nearby Lake Champlain and the rolling Adirondack foothills offer scenic vistas and family-owned farms in addition to sailing and paddling.

Elizabethtown is nestled between the Adirondack High Peaks and Lake Champlain. It is a family-friendly community with easy access to outdoor activities and nearby attractions. Hiking, cycling, and mountain biking; downhill, cross-country and backcountry skiing; rock and ice climbing; paddling, sailing and more are just minutes from your door. Drive through the rolling Adirondack foothills and stop at a local farm stand for fresh vegetables and artisanal cheeses, or travel to nearby Lake Placid (40 min), Burlington (90 min) and Montreal (90 min) to enjoy shopping, live music and the arts.

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