Nature Center and Boat Launch with twelve miles of foot trails. Point Au Roche State Park, located on the northwestern shore of Lake Champlain, is 825 acres of open and forested areas, marshes, open water and shoreline. Most of this park is natural and undeveloped. The park's large day-use area has a protected, sandy beach, picnic facilities and concession stand. Boating and fishing are popular activities, as are volleyball, softball and other games. The park offers 60 designated mooring sites in Deep Bay. The staffed Nature Center offers a variety of programs open to the public all year. The park's trails, including nature, hiking and biking trails, wind through interesting habitats, from forest to marsh to shoreline. The trails are in use all year for nature hikes and cross-country skiing. The park also provides access for ice fishing. Pets must have proof of current rabies vaccination - certificate inoculation or dated collar tag. Household pets only, caged or on a leash, not more than 6 feet. Not permitted in picnic or bathing areas.
- What's Nearby
- Find More
Search Nearby Recreation
Find more great recreation opportunities close by to this point. You may click on the point marker displayed on the map for more information and to continue exploring!
Search Nearby Listings
Discover wonderful experiences around every turn nestled within the six million acre Park. Be sure to take in some local sites and have fun at hundreds of events and festivals throughout the year. Fill your belly and rest your head in one of many great Adirondack lodging and dining options.