Discover A Pristine Paradise When You Visit Vermont's Seymour Lake
By Marla S.|Published July 19, 2021
Marla is a professional writer with experience creating content such as blogs, newsletters, web copy, and marketing materials for her clients in the travel, health, and education industries.
Previously, Marla had lived and or traveled to over 35 countries. She's also called Boston, New York, San Francisco, and Brattleboro, Vermont home. Aside from taking every opportunity to explore the globe, Marla also enjoys spending quality time with her dog, learning languages, and working on her novel.
There’s so much natural beauty throughout Vermont. This includes the Green Mountains, trails that lead hikers to scenic vantage points, and the pristine lakes throughout the state.
Seymour Lake, a glacial lake that was formed during the Ice Age, is one of the serene spots in Vermont worth visiting when you’re in the Northeast Kingdom and in the town of Morgan. At 3 miles long and 2 miles wide, this freshwater lake is the second largest in Vermont.
Because Seymour Lake is so peaceful, it’s a popular destination for locals and tourists to escape to for a getaway. Along with renting a vacation home, visitors can stay at a local campground or the Seymour Lake Lodge, right on the water. And since Seymour Lake is only half an hour south of the border, it’s a great destination to stop at before heading on a trip to Canada.