Mt. Knoll Beach Cottages

Address: 3658 Lakeshore Drive, Diamond Point, New York, 12824, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 3658 Lakeshore Drive, Diamond Point, is near Prospect Mountain, Steamboat Company of Lake George, House of Frankenstein Wax Museum, and Top of the World Golf Course.
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    Travel Blogs from Diamond Point

    Fort Edward, lock #7

    A travel blog entry by lorisusanbeck on Sep 05, 2015

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... and their historical society has done a wonderful job of marking sites, but I find it loud and busy for a small town. The park area we are in however is very peaceful.... all we here are ducks and blue jays. We will move on to Lock # 5 in a day or so where we are told we can dock overnight in a pretty park, and then on to Mechanicville at Lock #3. ...

    Entering the Champlain Canal system: Whitehall

    A travel blog entry by lorisusanbeck on Sep 03, 2015

    17 photos

    ... service by the U.S. Navy during the War of 1812.Whitehall's themes of defense and transportation stress this communities part in history including the building of the first fleet for battle in 1776 and, since early historic times, the north-south transportation route from Canada to New York City.The canal has been in use since 1819 and it brought prosperity to shippers of produce, iron ore and special products like ice and eels. Steel-powered packet ...

    Fort Ticonderoga anchorage

    A travel blog entry by lorisusanbeck on Sep 02, 2015

    11 photos

    ... Crown Point and stopped overnight at Fort Ticonderoga. The winds were supposed to be from the south and then west, so we anchored above the Fort area to be protected. There was no wind at all in the end, we should have gone to the south anchorage.... as we passed it by the next day we saw it had a much better view. It was a very quiet sleep after the ferry stopped, and after the gazillion birds finished their convention in the trees nearby. ...

    Paddling with Otto and Milo on the Hudson

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Aug 28, 2015

    77 photos

    ... I hadn't moved at all. The water was pretty low but mostly we could paddle along. There were probably a half dozen "rapids" along the way - none seemed dangerous - not really fast moving or much swirling, but a lot of potential of getting stuck. It was a very pleasant paddle - great clouds - the water wasn't that cold even though I never took off my wool socks and goretex pants.

    I provided food ...

    Ahrrrr!!! Pirate Day!!

    A travel blog entry by steve.stever on Jul 11, 2015

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... our tent and packing up the camp. It is really nice having Alex at an age to help. We had the camp broken down and packed in no time at all. Off to town, we had a nice little breakfast to fuel up for the day. It is at this point I must interject that we had to make a quick stop by the hardware store, where, just the day before, I bought a pair of sunglasses after I apparently left mine somewhere in the Letchworth Park area. Now we were back, because, somehow, in less than 24 hours, I ...