Camp out at Crown Point Campground, and you'll be sleeping on a lil' piece of history. On the southwestern shore of Lake Champlain, the campground overlooks battlefields and forts dating back to 1775—ghosts much?—and sits along 1929's steamboat pier, a favorite fishing spot today. Campsites embrace the luxuries of modern times, with hot showers, a trailer dump station, recycling center, disabled accessibility, and a boat launching ramp. Fill your days with lake adventures; power boats, rowboats, (non-powered boats are more than welcome!), and grab your dinner straight from the lake as soldiers may have done forever back: largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, northern pike, bullhead, yellow perch, brown trout, and lake trout all call Champlain home.