The Town of Moriah on Lake Champlain welcomes all! 

© by Mike Niman. Used by permission. Do not copy.© by Mike Niman. Used by permission. Do not copy.

NESTLED JUST NORTH OF THE BEAUTIFUL NEW CROWN POINT BRIDGE, the Town of Moriah and the Village of Port Henry offer the best of Lake Champlain and the Adirondacks.

This website helps you to learn about life and recreation here along with the rich history of Port Henry and Moriah's distinctive hamlets.  


Holiday Train: Saturday, Nov. 29, 2014.                                         CP Rail's Holiday Train

More details about the train here.

After the train, stop at the Chamber of Commerce office for Penelope the Clown, hot cider, and toys for the kidsMore info here.





As visitors have done for centuries, take some time to search for Champ, the famed Lake Champlain monster rumored to live off the shores of Port Henry.  Even if you don't spy our famous resident, you WILL find amazing lakefront campgrounds, quaint lodging, a variety of restaurants, endless outdoor recreational opportunities, historic sites, attractions, public art and hometown events!  And, for a complete list of businesses, search the entire directory.



Comprehensive municipal resources for both the Town of Moriah and the Village of Port Henry.

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This Website

This shared website includes the official pages for both the Town of Moriah and the Village of Port Henry, as well as online resources for residents and visitors.  Additional pages have been developed by the Moriah Community Economic Development Group (McEDGe) and the Moriah Chamber of Commerce.

Contact us:

  • Moriah Chamber of Commerce, (518) 250-1050.  (You may need to dial all 10 digits).
  • McEDGe, (518) 546-3341

or, use the "Contact Us" form.



Local Events

11.29.2014 - Kids rockclimbing deals every Saturday! [...]
12.03.2014 - All students with a valid college I.D. can climb at the Crux for just $10 on Wednesdays! (includes all equipment!) [...]
12.08.2014 - Ladies climb for FREE tonight at The Crux! [...]

This site is maintained by the
Moriah Chamber of Commerce.