Champlain Centre is easy to reach from all directions. If you are traveling from:
I-87N/I-87S: Take Exit 37 towards Plattsburgh/Saranac Lake. Turn right onto NY-3. Turn left on Smithfield Blvd.
Customer service is now located in the mall office, located across from the public washrooms. For your shopping convenience, Champlain Centre offers stroller rentals, complimentary wheelchairs, tourist information, lost & found, and mall gift cards.
Champlain Centre is proud to offer the Pyramid Gift Card which can be used at all shopping centers owned and operated by Pyramid Management Group. The gift cards are made possible through a partnership with American Express. Pyramid Gift Cards will be redeemable at any Pyramid Shopping Center tenant where American Express is accepted.
Walking has quickly become America's most popular form of exercise because it is safe, simple and inexpensive. Almost anyone can walk, regardless of age, lifestyle or physical condition. A regular program of brisk walking is beneficial in preventing or managing health problems.
Join your friends and neighbors at Champlain Centre for healthful walking at your own pace in climate controlled comfort.
Exercise by walking a measured course before stores open (6 am - 9:30 am Monday through Saturday; 6 am - 11 am Sunday) and at your convenience. You can increase your fitness in the company of your friends.
Having an Event? Champlain Centre offers a great venue for meetings, gatherings, special promotions and other events. For more details, please contact our Marketing department at (518) 561-8660, ext. 113.
Mall Policies: Champlain Centre Code of Conduct
Pyramid Management Group
In order to provide an enjoyable shopping environment, and for the safety and convenience of our shoppers, visitors and employees, the following Behavior Code will be in effect at all times for all guests and visitors of the shopping center. Anyone who violates the behavior code may be banned from the property and/or prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Mall management has the right to amend the behavior code at any time.
Champlain Centre is Open for the Purpose of Shopping
Safe and Convenient Shopping
Pets are not allowed on the premises except for service animals that aid the physically challenged. Exceptions may be made for pets being taken to pet stores or photography sessions.
For your safety and the safety of our customers you may not run, skate or use a skateboard on mall property. You may not ride bicycles on sidewalks or in the interior of the mall.
Please Dress Appropriately
To promote the shopping center atmosphere, customers, guests and employees shall be fully clothed. The wearing of apparel which is likely to provoke a disturbance or embroil other groups or the general public in open conflict is prohibited.
No Weapons Allowed
The possession of any weapon, unless authorized by local, state, or federal statue, is prohibited.
Smoking and Alcohol
Champlain Centre is a smoke free facility. The consumption of alcohol is permitted in licensed premises only.
Parking is for Guests and Visitors
The parking area is private property and is intended for the use of mall guests, visitors and employees. Vehicles must be parked in legal designated spaces. Violators are subject to tickets and/or towing. Unauthorized overnight parking is not permitted and is also subject to towing.
We Support Education
In accordance with school attendance laws, and in support of education, children of 6 to 16 years of age are not permitted on mall property during school hours, unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
Have a pleasant shopping experience!
Plattsburgh was founded by Zephaniah Platt in 1785. As early as Samuel de Champlain's 1609 expedition into the Lake Champlain valley, this region began to fall under the influence of the French and later under American and English colonial power. Early French contact and the proximity of Plattsburgh to Quebec, make this a historically French region.
While Plattsburgh is cited by American historians as being a relatively new city, the area became occupied somewhere after the arrival of Samuel de Champlain in 1609 and the beginning of the Fur Trade in Montreal in the mid to late 17th century.
The community set itself off from the Town of Plattsburgh by incorporating as a village in 1815. The city government was established in the former village in 1902.
With its significant location on a major water thoroughfare and close to the U.S. - Candian border, Plattsburgh has been the site of a number of historic events including the Revolutionary War's Battle of Valcour Island and the War of 1812's Battle of Plattsburgh; the city has a War of 1812 museum.
The vast majority of entrances are ADA accessible with ample parking distributed throughout the site. Thank you for shopping at Champlain Centre.