Vermont September 07, 2017
These 11 Charming Waterfront Towns In Vermont Are Perfect For A Day Trip
Vermont is home to many different lakes, rivers, and streams, so finding a place to visit on the water isn’t the hard part. What
is difficult, however, is choosing the perfect place to go depending on what you’re looking for. From busy cities to quiet towns, here are 11 waterfront towns in Vermont that you’re going to love.
With rolling hills and tranquil waters, Barnard will welcome you with open arms. It's a great place for rest and relaxation, as well as hiking and biking. Do it all here!
The beautiful town of Whitingham is located along the scenic drive of Route 100. This is a popular route when leaf peeping so be sure to stop and take a look while passing through.
Not only is this little town of less than 1,000 people beautiful, but it also claims to have the longest ice skating trail in the United States!
The lovely Lake Willoughby is located in Westmore and you're going to love it. It's peaceful, serene, and utterly picturesque.
Who says waterfront charm is only found in small towns? The city of Burlington has an amazing waterfront, and even a beach!
Located on Lake Memphremagog, you'll love the bustling downtown with great eateries along with a walk along the waterfront.
When you're in the area, you've got to try the Lakehouse Grille, the only lakeside restaurant on Lake Bomoseen.
This lakefront town has loads of things to see and do, but don't miss the incredible State Park.
From mountain views to Caspian Lake, you're sure to fall in love with the town of Greensboro. It's a great place to soak up the sunshine!
You'll get twice the foliage views when you visit Eden — just look at this reflection!
11. South Hero
When you're talking about a town that's literally an island, you better believe that the views are incredible.