Vermont Lakes, Nature April 29, 2019
This One Beautiful Vermont Lake Has A Beach That Rivals The Coast
Who says you can’t have a fantastic beach day in New England’s only land-locked state? At Sand Bar State Park beach you can swim and splash along the sandy shore of Lake Champlain. While you might not find ocean waves, this lakefront beach still rivals those found on the coast. Summer is right around the corner and this park is bound to become one of your favorite warm-weather spots!
Sand Bar State Park in Milton is one of the most highly rated lakefront beaches in Vermont. It's a prime spot to enjoy a day on the shores of Lake Champlain.
Enjoy a 2000-foot sandy beach that stretches along the lakefront. It's the perfect place to relax with a book, soak in the surrounding scenery, and go for a swim.
Families love the shallow waters where even small children can splash around safely. The lake has a sandy bottom that is easy on the feet and the shallows extend way out from the shore.
Bring your sand toys! The beach is an ideal spot for building castles or just burying your friends.
At Sand Bar State Park beach you can rent kayaks, canoes, or paddle boards to explore the lake even further.
Kids love the lakeside playground and adults find the bathhouse facilities to be a blessing when spending time at the park.
Plenty of picnic tables and cooking grills make lunchtime a breeze. And we love the shaded beach areas for a break from the summer sun.
Find this incredible lake beach at 1215 US-2, Milton, VT 05468. The park is open from 10 a.m - sunset. Learn more about Sand Bar State Park by visiting the Vermont State Parks
Have you ever visited Sand Bar State Park? Now that you’re starting to think about summertime plans, take some time to explore
Vermont’s lesser-known state parks.