Summer is a time for friends, sunshine, and a bit of splashing around. There’s no better place to take advantage of the glorious summer months in Vermont than this pretty swimming hole in Waitsfield. This may very well be the best swimming hole in Vermont. Here’s how you can visit.

What’s your favorite swimming hole in Vermont? Share and let us know in the comments. For more of our favorite spots to cool off, check out these 19 swimming holes in Vermont.

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Vermont is great in the summer! What else is there to do in the Green Mountain State during the summertime?

There are so many things to do in Vermont in the summer! You can camp, hike, bike, in so many of Vermont's natural areas. Boating and tubing are also excellent choices. You also might enjoy golfing on one of Vermont's many great golf courses. Check out this post for some ideas on where to go to do all of the above: 16 Things You Must Do In Vermont On A Hot, Summer Day

Swimming holes are great and all, but I prefer more wide-open places when it comes to swimming. Even though Vermont is landlocked, are there any beaches for swimming in the state?

Believe it or not, there are lots of great beaches in Vermont! Although none of the state's beaches are on the ocean, there are lots of lakes in Vermont and some of them do have very beautiful and sandy beaches that you will love. Check out this list to find some of the very best: 10 Little Known Beaches in Vermont That’ll Make Your Summer Unforgettable. Also, lots of Vermont's state parks have beaches too - check out this post to learn about them: 12 Gorgeous Beaches in Vermont You Have To Check Out This Summer

If I go to Lareau Park to hit up this swimming hole, what else is there to do in the area? 

Waitsfield is in the heart of Vermont and this is a truly beautiful part of the state. Also, many people consider Waitsfield to be the friendliest little town in all of Vermont! However, if you want to drive a little and visit another area, you're very close to the state capital, Montpelier.  Here's a great post about things to check out when you're there: Just 40 Minutes From Burlington, Montpelier Is The Perfect Vermont Day Trip Destination



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