Nobelwood Park is located along the Lake Champlain shore at the mouth of the Boquet River. Facilities include a public swimming area, bath house, primitive camp sites, and canoe and kayak access. The park itself covers close to 70 acres.
There is also a pavilion building that houses a children’s day camp and a designated preservation area with hiking trail and a bird watcher viewpoint along the Boquet. The pavilion holds an exceptional hill top view and is the perfect site for any family event.
Noblewood is a stop on the Paddlers Trail. Common wildlife species seen here include hermit thrush, black-throated green warblers, blue herons, kingfishers, and a number of gull species.
William Gilliland and his pioneer settlers spent their first night, June 8, 1765, in their new home of Willsboro--the British Settlement of Willsboro--on land that is now Noblewood Park.