Harveys Lake VT

Waterfront Homes on Harveys Lake

Harveys Lake may be one of the best-kept water secrets in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom. The 350-acre lake has no publicly advertised amenities, making its main users the property owners and guests of the two campgrounds and resorts. Originally a smaller…

Lake Groton

Panoramic View of Lake Groton from Owl's Head Overlook

Nestled snugly among heavily forested mountains, Lake Groton has been a favorite summer getaway for generations of ‘camp’ owners. Over 400 acres of water enclosed within nearly six miles of rocky shoreline make Groton Pond, as it is also known,…

Lowell Lake

Lowell Lake Walkway

One of Vermont’s newest state parks is the home of Lowell Lake. The small 102-acre lake has been a silent observer to the entire history of the town of Londonderry and the Southern Vermont region. Although dammed at some point,…

Lake Whitingham

Lake Whitingham is located near Vermont Route 100, which was highly praised by National Geographic as one of ten most scenic highways in America. Nestled in Southern Vermont, Lake Whitingham, also known as Harriman Reservoir, provides a stunning setting any…

Lake Raponda

Lake Raponda -Feb 2010

Occupying a prime spot in the recreational haven of the Southern Vermont Region, Lake Raponda has welcomed generations of visitors to its pleasant shores. The natural lake was entertaining resort-goers by 1890 with the opening of the first Lake Raponda…

Lake Pauline

Lake Pauline

Lake Pauline is a great example of creating an asset out of a by-product of technology. This small lake in Vermont’s Southern Windsor County region was created as a reservoir pond when the Black River was dammed. Although the larger…

Lake Ninevah

Lake Ninevah is a well-kept secret in the Eastern Vermont Gateway region. Only about a dozen cottages grace the shore of the 170-acre lake. The rest is protected land under the care of the Ninevah Foundation, a local land conservancy.…

Lake Morey

View of Lake Morey

Located in one of Vermont’s oldest and most historic areas, Lake Morey has been a summer camp getaway for generations. Just west of the Connecticut River in the Eastern Vermont Gateways region, Lake Morey has hosted summer camps for over…

Lake Hortonia

Lake Hortonia, in the Crossroads of Vermont Region, inhabits a special place in the history of Vermont and Rutland County. Although the original pond may have been natural, the outlet – a tributary of Hubbardton River – was first dammed…

Lake Fairlee

Lake Fairlee is a lake where memories are made. The 450-acre lake in the Eastern Vermont Gateways region is a natural lake, enlarged by damming a tributary of Ompompanoosuc River in 1939. Actually, Lake Fairlee is the second water body…

Lake Elmore

View of Lake Elmore

The local slogan, “Beauty Spot of Vermont,” suits Lake Elmore to a ‘T’. This lovely lake nestles beneath Mt. Elmore in the Stowe/Smugglers’ Notch region of Vermont, drawing nature lovers like a magnet. The area is best known as a…

Lake Carmi

Lake Carmi represents the mental picture most have of a northern New England ‘camp’ lake. Hidden just south of the Canadian border in Vermont’s Islands and Farms Region, Lake Carmi holds over 200 seasonal cottages or ‘camps’ along its 7.5-mile…

Amherst Lake

One of four scenic lakes alongside Route 100, Amherst Lake is a picturesque spot to enjoy a vacation. Every traveler along the main route through the Eastern Vermont Gateway region has likely marveled at the sight of the pristine lake…

Island Pond

One of Vermont’s northernmost lakes is Island Pond. Tucked in the Northeast Kingdom Region, Island Pond is only 15 miles south of the Canadian border. Because of the distances to major cities, the area is sparsely populated. This wasn’t always…