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Lake Champlain, VT Travel Tips

Lake Champlain, VT is the ideal vacation spot for families in search of a place that offers plenty of exciting outdoor activities. Visitors and residents alike can enjoy boating, swimming, kayaking and fishing along with all of the other activities this scenic area has to offer. Apartments, homes, cabins and condos are among the choices when it comes to appealing vacation rentals. Lake Champlain has accommodations to meet the needs of any family. Take a look at some of the specific attractions and events perfect for families who are staying in vacation rentals on Lake Champlain.


Naturally, families who are looking online at Lake Champlain rentals by owner want to learn about some of the local attractions. One of the most popular things to do is to ride the Lake Champlain Ferry. This ferry ride offers families beautiful views of the lake along with a view of the Adirondack Mountains. It's a relaxing, peaceful ride that is sure to please every member of the family.
Another favorite activity for families who take advantage of Lake Champlain rentals during the summer months is to rent a bicycle. Families may want to dedicate a couple of days or more bicycling around the islands of Lake Champlain. The amount of traffic is very low making this is an ideal activity for families with younger children. There is nothing like observing the lake, trees, flowers and wildlife while gliding along on a bicycle.
Families who stay in Lake Champlain vacation rentals also enjoy scuba diving in the lake. They can witness the underwater cliffs as well as a variety of fish and other sea creatures. Some vacationers who are certified divers check into scuba gear rental so they can go on a dive to see the debris of one of nine shipwrecks that occurred in Lake Champlain. For instance, there's a canal schooner from 1862 by the name of O. J. Walker. There is also a shipwreck called the Horse Ferry. This was a ferry drawn by horses and is the only horse ferry shipwreck on record.
Grand Isle State Park is in Lake Champlain on South Hero Island. This family-friendly state park offers activities such as kayaking, boating, fishing, camping and hiking trails. A family may want to take a rowboat out and explore the lake and its many inhabitants. Sand-court volleyball games and horseshoes are also a part of the fun at Grand Isle State Park.


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