Vermont July 15, 2019
This Swimming Hole In Vermont Is So Hidden You’ll Probably Have It All To Yourself
Vermont may not have a salty seashore, but it’s home to plenty of hidden lakes, ponds, and swimming holes. This one in Warren is a particularly gorgeous and totally tucked away spot that deserves a visit this season. Here’s how you can check it out for yourself.
Blueberry Lake in Warren is a dreamy summer destination. It's an absolutely stunning spot for a dip that you’ll probably have all to yourself.
This tucked-away lake is nestled amidst green hills and home to plenty of wildlife. It doesn’t have a sandy shore, but its waters are still utterly irresistible.
For those who do find their way to its lush shores, Blueberry Lake is a popular spot for swimming, boating, and fishing. You can even go ice-skating here in the winter.
It’s prime location next to the Roxbury State Forest makes it the perfect stopping point for hikers. Getting to the lake is possible by following a 4.6-mile loop trail.
The hiking trails around the lake are also great for biking, so be sure to stay watchful if you’re strolling in the woods by the water. Though most of the time, you’ll probably be the only human around.
The lake water can get pretty chilly early and late in the summer season, but that may be part of the appeal. It’s an ideal spot to beat the summer heat and cool off on a hot day.
Visiting Blueberry Lake is free. Simply come prepared with some study shoes, sunscreen, bug spray, and a camera. You’ll want to take photos here for sure!
To learn more about visiting Blueberry Lake, click
here. You can also find driving directions here, and be sure to check out our list of the most charming hidden beaches in Vermont.