When flying into Plattsburgh visitors find themselves on the Adirondack Coast. The Adirondack Coast stretches across the western shores of Lake Champlain shouldered by New York’s Adirondack Mountains and the Green Mountains of Vermont. Fabled rivers crisscross the landscape feeding pristine mountain lakes and offering world-class fishing and paddling. Cyclists are welcomed by quiet roads winding through picturesque farmland connecting family-owned vineyards and orchards.
Changing seasons bring incredible fall foliage and festivals while skiers and snowshoers enjoy mountains dressed in winter white. In the spring, the air is filled with the fragrance of apple blossoms and the long tradition of maple sugaring.
This spectacular setting served as the backdrop for historic battles that helped shape a young American nation. Today, lakeside villages, charming hamlets and the historic city of Plattsburgh offer a generous helping of our famous Adirondack hospitality and a chance to escape the everyday.
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Plattsburgh International Airport is centrally located and within an hour’s drive of some of the Northeast’s top travel destinations.
Enjoy breathtaking scenery with endless opportunities for outdoor recreation, agriculture and history.
Experience a unique blend of sophisticated culture and old world charm in one of North America’s most beautiful cities.
Discover rich Olympic history, an abundance of outdoor recreation and an opportunity to get away from it all.
Relax on a scenic ferry ride to Vermont and explore the eastern shore of Lake Champlain.
Experience the thrill of theme parks, outlet shopping and the Queen of America’s Lakes.
See what has made Saratoga a long time summer favorite.
Get all the information you need for crossing the U.S. – Canadian border.