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Beautiful lake views,site right in the bay area, hot birding spot for a variety of species along with the huge bat colonies. Great family spot for swimming and picnics, kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding. Attended many weddings and receptions as well. Our families have used this...More
Our second time at this well kept and pretty park in the last two weeks. The
perfect place to read, rest, and do a little swimming. The three buildings from the 1790's add a lot of charm to this venue.
We highly recommend coming here...More
You can rent kayaks here or swim in the bay but we just stopped by and did a very quick little hike on a couple of the trails. Well marked with a few little uphill - really very easy but a bit more than a...More
If you're looking for a nice change from one of Vermont's (wonderful) sandy beaches, Kingsland is wonderful. It is essentially on old estate that is now a state park, and visitors sprawl out on its grassy lawn which goes right up next to the rocky...More
Easy walking trails along a cove section of Lake Champlain. Very peaceful and cool - we were the only hikers we saw, although there were swimmers at the local beach when we got back to the parking lot.
This is a beautiful, spacious state park a few miles from Vergennes and Ferrisburg. We walked the trail that led to a bluff overlooking this part of Lake Champlain. There are some lovely historic houses available to rent for weddings and functions. Boating, fishing, swimming...More
This park has several old homes, once part of an estate on the lake, including a 1790's home reputedly built from stones taken from old Fort Ticonderoga (the buildings are currently closed to the public, but apparently available for events). It has a beautiful picnic...More