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,…

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…

Caspian Lake

Tucked into Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom, Caspian Lake may well be one of the state’s favorite vacation destinations. Set among the northern reaches of the Green Mountains, Caspian Lake has attracted summer visitors for many years. The shoreline is dotted with…

Bald Hill Pond

Bald Hill Pond earns a “3-S” rating! The three ‘S’s, solitude, silence and serenity, fit this Northeast Kingdom region lake to a ‘T’. The small 105-acre pond lies almost entirely within the Bald Hill Wildlife Management Area, assuring the majority…

Lake Salem

Salem Lake is nestled in Vermont’s breathtaking Northeast Kingdom and consists of Big Salem Lake and Little Salem Lake. Hayward Road Bridge spans the channel between the two lakes. Located in the Town of Derby, Salem Lake is a recreational…

Shadow Lake

Shadow Lake

Nestled in the heart of Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom, Shadow Lake is encased in beauty all year long with dazzling autumns and stunning springs. Shadow Lake is located in Orleans County in the Town of Glover, Vermont. Originally charted to 62…

Lake Seymour

Serenity at Seymour

Breathtaking autumns and vibrant springs await visitors and residents of Lake Seymour, also known as Seymour Lake. Located in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom, with 1,769 surface acres of water, Lake Seymour is the second largest lake entirely within the borders of…

Neal’s Pond

Along the miles of rolling hills and pastures in Essex County, Vermont, there is quaint body of water known as Neal’s Pond Here you can lose track of time as you sit back and breathe in the fresh air as…

Crystal Lake VT

Canada Goose Family on Crystal Lake

Crystal Lake is an outstanding jewel in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom. For those who are not native to Vermont, hearing that there is a Northeast Kingdom in the state is a surprise. Located in the northeast corner of the state near…

Lake Willoughby

Boats near South Beach on Lake Willoughby

Lake Willoughby is one of those special lakes that are rarely found in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom. The action of prehistoric glaciers gouged out a portion of high ridges to create Mount Hor and Mount Pisgah. Between these landmark mountains, glaciations…