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Access points are many! My favorites are the Burlington Waterfront, Shelburne Bay, and the Colchester Causeway.
Nearby waterway overlooking vermont and the green mountains. Beautiful picnic or boating opportunities
Visit the lake! Kingsland Bay, Burlington Waterfront, LetsGoSailing, or many other options to spend time on the water. You can even walk or bike out onto the lake on the Colchester causeway.
We have lake access using our dock but there is also black sand beaches nearby!! (Ask us) We also have a fishing boat and kayaks!
HIT THE BURLINGTON BEACHES There are so many fun things to do in Burlington Vermont, and in the summertime that especially means the beaches! You may not think lakes have nice beaches, but that will change once you have a swim in Lake Champlain. Below we break down the 5 most popular beaches in…
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“We dine here often and enjoy the excellent food and service. It is 15 miles north of Waterville. ”
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“Burlington's bike path is 12 to 13 miles, mostly right along Lake Champlain. To the north it continues through Colchester to a causeway that in the summer connects to the Champlain Islands via a bike ferry for a short gap where boats enter the harbor. The Burlington segment starting at the downtown was renovated last year and is spectactular.”
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“Burlington City Arts is an art gallery, arts education/studio center, and cultural events space in Burlington, Vermont. They always have a number of artists on show throughout their multi-leveled building. New exhibitions come through regularly. There’s always something exciting to see!”
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“Rustic Roots a is chef-owned full service restaurant and features made-from-scratch breakfast and lunch located on the village green in the heart of Shelburne Village.”
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