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New York State #9N Highway Guide

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Junction of Highway #8 - Town of Hague.
West access to communities of Graphite, New York, Brant Lake, New York and Chestertown, New York. Access on Highway #9N South to communities of Lake George, New York, Hadley, New York and Corinth, New York.
0.6
1.0
View from highway
View from highway looking at Lake George, New York.
3.9
6.2
Access to Rogers Rock State Park
East side of highway. Note: This is a state public park. Rogers Rock State Park Campground. Camping; 332 campsites - picnic area with tables, fireplaces - flush toilets; hot showers - trailer dump station.
4.4
7.1
Essex County, New York
Essex County and Lake Placid. There are few places that offer as much in a winter vacation. The village is set in the six million-acre Adirondack Park, amid some of the tallest mountains in the Eastern U.S. Having hosted the Olympic Winter Games in 1932 and 1980.
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7.9
Access to RV park

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View from highway
View from highway travelling North.
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Community of Ticonderoga. Native Americans portaging between Lake Champlain and Lake George crossed 'the place between two waters' and called it Ticonderoga. Musket carrying soldiers viewed it and proclaimed Ticonderoga 'the key to a continent.' The lands that three nations fought over during the French and Indian and American Revolutionary Wars.
9.0
14.5
Access to lodging
East side of highway.
9.1
14.6
Services and gas
East side of highway.
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15.1
Lake George Avenue
East side of highway.
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15.4
Champlain Avenue
Access to services and gas - East side of highway.
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Access to picnic area and town park
West side of highway.
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Point of Information
Crossing the La Chute River. Junction of Highway #22 and #74. Note: Highway #74 overlaps Highway #9N at this point.
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Junction of Highway #74 - Photo Entrance to Fort Ticonderoga Carillon Battlefield
Community of Ticonderoga, New York. East to communities of Larrabees Pt, Vermont and Orwell. Access to Fort Ticonderoga Carillon Battlefield. Built by the French in 1775, Fort Ticonderoga (Carillon) played a critical role in the American War for Independence. On these grounds occurred the first American victory of the American Revolution, won by Benedict Arnold, Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys.
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17.1
Community of Ticonderoga, New York.
Attractions in and around Ticonderoga: Ticonderoga Heritage Museum, La Chute River Interpretive Trail, Mount Defiance, Lord Howe Valley Farm, Fort Ticonderoga, Bi-Centennial Park, Black Watch Memorial Library, Ticonderoga Cartoon Museum, Fort Ticonderoga Historical Society.
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Fort Ticonderoga, New York
Point of Information - crossing the French Line.
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Fort Ticonderoga, New York
Historical marker - 'The French Lines, built by troops under Montcalm July 6-7, 1758, repaired by American troops 1776.'
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Fort Ticonderoga, NY
Roadside turnout with historical marker - 'Near this spot stood Louis-Joshep De Gozon Marquis De Montcalm. On the 8th of July 1758, with a small force of French troops and Canadian volunteers, he prevented the capture of Ft. Carillon by defeating the much superior British and colonial army under Gen. James Abercrombie.'
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Roadside turnout

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Fort Ticonderoga, New York
looking at Lake Champlain from Fort Ticonderoga
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Fort Ticonderoga, New York
Historical site of interest at Fort Ticonderoga. 18th Century stone fort built by the French in 1755 overlooking Lake Champlain in New York. The Fort was the site of major battles in the French and Indian War and is the site of the first victory of the American Revolution.
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Photo Fort Ticonderoga, New York
Historical site within town limits of Ticonderoga.
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Junction of Highway #22
Continue on Highway #9N to communities of Crown Point and Port Henry. South to Putnam Station and Dresdan Station - End of road map highway travel guide - Se