If you want to visit a state park where you can see unrestored ruins, this is the place to go. They really are remarkable & there is an interesting visitor's center on site. The Samuel De Champlain light house is just across the road & really quite wonderful! If it's open, you can climb to the top to the observation area. Also, you can stop in at the visitor's center at the foot of the bridge for info on area attractions. The bridge is fun to walk across & you can stop in at teh Bridge Restaurant on the other side before walking back. Very pretty views from it! There is also a historic site on that side of the bridge, Chimney Point which is in VT. A not to be missed stop for early American history buffs!
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