Top Answers To Lake Champlain Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    There are plenty of rental cottages and accommodations to choose from, though with a group of 20 you may have a little trouble. Here is a website that has vacation rentals for groups of all sizes (http://bit.ly/cLkgcJ)
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Suspect you're not going to be able top get all 14 of you into a single unit, but you could try something like lakefront cottages at Henry's Cottages in Alburgh, Vermont, which will put you all very close to one another: http://bit.ly/dsfOaX Other options could be the condos at a four-season mountain resort like Smuggler's Notch or Stowe, though of course then you'll be away from the lake. More listings available to browse at: http://bit.ly/aDeo1b Lastly, have you considered a houseboat rental? Could be a fun way to cruise the lake, though you'll probably need two boats for that large a group. Key in "Lake Champlain houseboat" into Google to find some charter-boat outfitters.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    This sounds like the perfect place for your family. Depending on the time of year you plan on going, check out their calender of events or activities guide (http://bit.ly/cvEfch) for things to do.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Button Bay State Park in Vergennes, Vermont, might be worth a look. Of course, on the opposite shore of Lake Champlain on the New York side, you've got the endless expanse of Adirondack State Preserve in which to play. Maybe check out the primitive sites at Noblewood Park, a nice quiet spot a few miles north of the Essex ferry dock on Willsboro Point.

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