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Westport


Beginnings [1]

Westport is home to the Essex County Fairgrounds (National Register of Historic Places). It is situated on the shores of Lake Champlain's Northwest Bay at an elevation of about 200 feet. Lake Champlain is 120 miles long and 12 miles wide at its greatest width and extends north from Whitehall, New York to across the U.S. Canadian border to its outlet at the Richelieu River in Quebec. The hamlet, which was an incorporated village between 1907 and 1992, include several hundred residences, civic, ecclesiastical, and commercial buildings, which primarily date from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Two major highways pass through Westport — NYS Route 9N, which runs between Saratoga Springs and Keeseville, and NYS Route 22, which extends from the Canadian border to just outside of New York City. In the Champlain Valley Route 22 is one of three major north-south routes through the region.

  1. Steven C. Engelhart, Executive Director, Adirondack Architectural Heritage (Keeseville), Essex County Fairgrounds, nomination document, 2004, National Park Service, National Register of Historic Places, Washington, D.C.

Westport Map

Street Names
1st Street • 2nd Street • Baybreeze Lane • Bridge View Lane • Champlain Avenue • Chestnut Way • Congress Street • Country Club Drive • Eagle Street • Fire Fly Lane • Fleur De Lys Way • Harbour View Terrace • Harris Lane • Lakeview Terrace • Lee Park Hill • Liberty Street • Main Street North • Marks Road • Merrihew Lane • Mill Street • Old Arsenal Road • Orchard Terrace East • Orchard Terrace West • Pleasant Street • Route 22 • Route 9N • Sisco Street • Stevenson Road • Vaugn Drive • Washington Street

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