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The refreshing thing about Lake Champlain well, apart from the gorgeous, Adirondack-flanked lake itself is its lack of bustle and over-development. Theres lots to do, like hike, golf, camp and take boat cruises, but the beauty is, how easy it...more
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I visited Lake Champlain years ago with friends and being from the south I had never seen anything quite so beautiful. I am looking forward to going back again and experiencing the full fall foliage in early october 2019.
This is the most Beautiful Lake I’ve ever seen. The water was clear and rocky. It was so fun to swim in and go out on a boat in. We visit a cabin so close to the lake, so we can just walk there. I...More
We took the ferry from Burlington to NY just for the ride. Scenery was gorgeous with islands and sailboats doting the view. Perfect day with warm sun and high 70’s. If the weather is right you will enjoy the ride!
Hard to miss Lake Champlain if you visit Western Vermont, but I suppose some people do. What might not be so evident is how accessible the lake is -- lots of accessible shoreline, public beaches, and parks. The Burlington waterfront is nearly all open to...More
If you like to look at a beautiful lake this is definitely worth it---We walked around Lake Champlain arena and saw the boats and walked amidst the boardwalk. Definitely a nice way to spend an afternoon. The water is calm and peaceful- you can relax...More
Finally got to see this beautiful lake for the first time this year - a real treat! Saw some really nice views from several locations while traveling from South to North. Also spent some time in Burlington's Waterfront Park which afforded great views as well....More
The 6th largest Fresh-water lake in the USA! 400’ deep at deepest. Flows North. Federal waterway. USCG. Internationally navigable. (Hudson River to Lake Champlain Canal through 120 miles of Lake Champlain to Richelieu in Canada !) Framed by the Adirondack Mountains in NY and The...More
Driving around Lake Champlain is comparable to driving around the Grand Canyon. It's big and it seems to get bigger. Located mainly within the borders of the United States in the states of New York and Vermont but partially situated across the U.S./Canada border in...More
Have always heard of Lake Champlain from school on up. Finally made it to Vermont to witness the 4th largest fresh water lake in the US. Lake Champlain starts in Canada and extends down into New York for a total of about 163 miles. It's...More