Camp Ticonderoga is an upscale, yet rustic, bar & grill that has been serving our famous Jack Daniels BBQ Ribs, Certified Black Angus steaks, fresh fish and chocolate chip cookies, since 1996. Located in Troy on Rochester Road overlooking the scenic public golf course, Sylvan Glenn, Camp Ti boasts a comfortable, inviting Adirondack atmosphere, complete with knotty pine walls, mission style furniture and unique antler fixtures. Camp is a popular spot if you're looking for terrific service, premium margaritas and martinis, ice cold draft beer and an interesting wine list. Stay inside and enjoy the beautiful view and rustic fireplaces, or go outside and relax on our handsome outdoor terrace overlooking the golf course. Busy, fun, Camp Ticonderoga is right for any occasion.back to the top


Anything goes and everyone's comfortable at Camp Ti. Whether you're having a private business lunch, a quick lunch get-together dinner to catch up with neighbors and friends, or a full scale banquet, the atmosphere and ambiance of Camp Ticonderoga will make you feel relaxed and welcome. It doesn't matter if you are in a suit coat or jeans and a t-shirt; you can enjoy the eclectic mix of music and watch sports on one of our many TV's while sipping on our premium spirits or indulging in an unforgettable meal.back to the top


Camp Ticonderoga provides a unique Adirondack atmosphere. Upon entering, with the help of the antler door handles, the experience of a rustic retreat begins. There is intrigue and surprise in every square foot, including the knotty pine walls, unique oriental rungs, handmade rustic furniture, three stone fireplaces and, of course, three full service bars. The 40 foot ceilings help to display numerous animal mounts and handmade antler chandeliers. The atmosphere is complete with commissioned oil paintings and, as always, the infamous Dog Wall.back to the top


The famous Dog Wall is a collection of numerous pictures of our customer's dogs that we frame and display in the restaurant. Being dog people, we know the special bond that people have with man's best friend, and can't think of anything more interesting than looking at hundreds of pictures as loveable, interesting and special as every dog truly is. While every pooch makes it on The Dog Wall, there can be only one Mutt of The Month. The Camp Ticonderoga Mutt of The Month winner receives a doggie bag with contents fit for a dog. Ask your server for an entry form.back to the top


When the fickle Michigan weather permits, patrons can enjoy food and drinks on our magnificent outdoor terrace. A massive, two level terrace that seats over 150 people, you can take in expansive views of the scenic Sylvan Glen golf course and savor the beautiful foliage and landscaping. Customers can even critique a golf swing or two, at your own risk. On a cool summer night, there is no better way to enjoy the short Michigan summer season than in front of our massive outdoor fireplace.back to the top


In addition to eating generous portions of food, drinking premium spirits and simply hanging out; you can also watch sporting events on our giant big screen TV or one of six other TV's strategically located throughout the restaurant. So, whatever your pleasure, you should be able to find it at Camp Ti.back to the top


When the city of Troy was first established in the early 1820's, Henry Blount purchased the parcel of land that is now the Sylvan Glen Golf Course and built a sprawling two-story home.  He and his wife, Elizabeth, raised seven children in this home.  Two of Blount's grandsons, Harry and Frank, continued to farm the land after his death.  In the early 1900's, the house was modified into separate living quarters for three maiden aunts of the Blount family.  Descendants of the Blount family continued to live in the home until May 13, 1924 when the home and land were sold to develop the golf course.  The home was then remodeled to house a restaurant.  Previous establishments include:  The Double Eagle, The Wooden Horse and Shark Creek Inn.  The former Blount family home has been home to Camp Ticonderoga since 1996.back to the top


Heard of Casper?  Meet Hannah, the Ghost of Camp Ticonderoga.  The legend has been passed on through employees of the various restaurants that have occupied the Blount House.  Supposedly, Hannah hung herself in one of the upstairs bedrooms and now haunts the former home's inhabitants.  Strange noises have been heard and unexplainable things have been witnessed, such as flickering or dimming lights, rattling dishes and objects falling for no reason.back to the top