Experience New York’s northern gateway when you fly to a jet chart airport in Rouses Point, New York.
Tucked away in the far northern corner of New York near the Vermont and Quebec, Canada borders, Rouses Point sits on the edge of the beautiful Lake Champlain and Vermont’s Green Mountains. Founded in 1783, Rouses Point sits at a confluence of American history and modern innovation. Here, you’re free to explore the beautiful 19th-century Fort Montgomery, named for the Revolutionary War hero General Richard Montgomery. This site, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is accessible over the Vermont Bridge connecting Rouses Point to Alburgh.
With a storied past as a railroad village, Rouses Point is home to the D&H Roundhouse. This iconic station, currently under restoration, is the last of its kind on the railroad system.
Given Rouses Point’s proximity to Canada, Rouses Point once served as a rum trail for rum runners who smuggled contraband booze into the French-speaking province and nearby Ontario. While prohibition-era rum running in Rouses Point is long gone, Rouses Point’s rum trail is a great way to experience the city’s unique history on foot or by bike.
When you charter a private jet to Rouses Point, you’ll arrive at the Rouses Point Seaplane Base. From here, you’re free to head into Rouses Point to check into your hotel, motel or quaint bed and breakfast, or continue your journey on land into New France and neighboring Quebec. Only one hour away from Montreal, the capital of Quebec and Canada’s second-most populous city.