Everybody knows that if you go far enough north in the state of New York, you’ll end up in Canada. However, you may not know about towns like Rouses Point that sit right on the edge of that border and right on the 49th parallel. The town of Rouses Point, New York, is the northeastern-most town in the state. Not only does it touch the United States – Canada border, but it’s also on the shore of Lake Champlain, directly across from Vermont. This little town of about 2,225 residents is unique, and you’ll love it. Read on to learn more about Rouses Point so you can start planning a trip to the north today!

You’ll love visiting Rouses Point. Check out the northeastern-most point in New York sometime soon! It’s a very special part of New York State that many never see. This is small town New York at its very finest.

Looking for more great towns along the United States – Canada border in New York? Ogdensberg is a very nice option, too! You can stay in Eel Weir State Park when you visit!

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