While The Green Mountain State may not have a salty seashore, it is home to plenty of hidden lakes, ponds, and swimming holes, like Blueberry Lake in Vermont. Located in Warren, this is a particularly gorgeous and totally tucked-away spot that deserves a visit. Here’s how you can check it out for yourself.

Get all the details about visiting Blueberry Lake in Vermont before you head out. And check out these driving directions.

What’s your favorite hidden spot in Vermont? Let us know in the comments! If you aren’t familiar with any, check out these charming hidden beaches in Vermont.

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Where can I find the bluest water in Vermont?

While there are over 800 lakes and rivers within Vermont, it’s the five-mile-long Lake Willoughby, located in Westmore, that is known as the clearest lake in the state. It’s so clear that you can actually see right to the bottom of this 320-foot-deep lake. While it’s not technically a secret swimming hole in VT as most people know about it, there’s a ton of recreation to take in. Learn more about all you can do at Lake Willoughby.

Are there any good swimming holes in Vermont?

 If you are looking for somewhere to cool off in the summer, there are plenty of VT swimming holes available, depending on where you are within the state. If you are in Clarendon, you can easily access swimming at Clarendon Gorge, but if you want to work for your swim and some privacy, head further from here and check out Devil’s Gorge. In Waitsfield, you can actually swim under one of the more than 100 iconic covered bridges within Vermont. And at Four Corners Falls in Troy, you can jump into the pool or swing from the rope. If none of these are your style, check out this extensive list of VT swimming holes.

What are the top trails in Vermont to add to my bucket list?

One cannot really discuss bucket list trails in Vermont without talking about the infamous Long Trail. It is 272 miles and runs the length of the Green Mountain State. It also happens to be the very oldest long-distance trail in America. This system is a great option for those who want a short hike off a longer trail or those who want to make a real trip out of it, as there are plenty of backcountry campsites available. Another one to add to your list is getting to the summit of Mount Mansfield, the state’s tallest mountain. It also sports a real rarity in Vermont: there are two miles of the hike where you go above the tree line and enter alpine tundra. Check out this 7.3-mile loop trail.

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