This awe-inspiring region offers a unique blend of striking scenic beauty, endless outdoor recreational opportunities and celebrated heritage. Visitors can play a round of golf on an historic links-style course; pick a bike route past historic forts and farmland, explore the coast and choose to sail, fish, swim, or search for the elusive Lake Champlain monster.
ROOST has maintained the LakeChamplainRegion.com website to promote all the regional offerings to the traveling public. By adding content to the site, and by utilizing paid search and display ads, we continue to promote the region to potential visitors.
The communications team hosts travel writers in the area for editorial coverage and maintain several social media accounts including Facebook, Instagram, Youtube channel, and Pinterest board.
Our office also staffs the visitor center at the Crown Point Bridge; a gateway into the Adirondacks from points east.
In 2007, the communities of Ticonderoga and Moriah were included in the Destination Master Planning process facilitated by the ROOST office.
Many of the long- and short-term tasks have been tackled, and the reports will be considered as part of an updated process that began in 2014.
For the purpose of Destination Planning, the region has been broken into sections of geographically-connected communities, and ROOST is currently leading DMP processes for these Tourism Destination Areas:
Suzanne Maye, Regional Marketing Manager for the Lake Champlain Region
If you’re in business in the area or would like to start a business, finding the resources to assist you in the Adirondacks can be complex. We’ve provided a variety of links below that may help in funding and marketing:
Work conducted in the Champlain Region is supported by the Occupancy Tax collected by area hoteliers and funding raised by the local businesses that advertise themselves through our marketing initiatives.
ROOST has an annual contract with Essex County for tourism marketing:
We contract with the Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce for them to support our tourism programs with visitor center operations:
Businesses in the Champlain Region can take advantage of the following marketing opportunities:
For more information visit our Marketing Opportunities Page or Contact Suzanne Maye, 518.597.4649.