Cover photo by Robert Lyons
The region called the Narrows of Lake Champlain embraces all chapters of the Lake's history.
The impressive Palisades reveal the oldest rocks in the valley.
Split Rock was an important Native place long before it played a part in international treaties.
This guide with descriptions, photos and illustrations covers scenery and history of
Lake Champlain from Essex, New York , south to Arnold Bay in Vermont and
Mullen Bay on the New York shore, including Westport and some legends of Champ, the Lake Serpent.
Copies available at Westport Marina Store; The Galley Restaurant or mail request to
Westport Marina Attn. Narrows Guide
P.O. Box 410, Westport, NY 12993
Donation $2.00 or more for reprint fund and postage appreciated.
Written by Dee Carroll, Lane Carroll, and Captain Heather Cameron,
in consultation with Captains Jim and Larry Carroll and many others.
Published August 2006 with costs underwitten in part by
The Honey Bee Community Fund of Westport, Newman E. Wait III,
Lake Champlain Basin Program: EPA Grant of the New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission
Site updated 9 Feb 2013 Webmaster Bob Carroll