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Get your feet wet around the islands of Lake Champlain, or discover a quiet beach retreat .... to while away the hours of a cool Vermont summer.
In Burlington, don't miss a stroll around Waterfront Park with a stop at one of the town's best family-friendly summer locations at North Beach Park with picnic tables and a playground right nearby.
Heading toward central Vermont, spectacular scenery and another kid-friendly sandy beach await along the shores of Lake Bomoseen -- while further south to Brattleboro, a favorite weekend getaway at Lake Whitingham (aka Harriman Reservoir) is a perfect spot for swimming and sunbathing.
And that's not even the half of it.
Just up ahead, take the full tour of all that Vermont has to offer for singles, families, and lovers of nature who are looking to beat the heat in the Green Mountain State this summer.
More about Vermont beaches around the Web:
Vermont Beaches, Swimming, & Public Pool Guide
- Check out this extensive guide to every beach and swimming hole throughout the state, browseable by region or clickable map including Champlain Valley,
North Central, Northeast Kingdom, South Central and Southern Vermont with descriptions, contact details and related resources.
Swimming at Vermont State Parks - Read a fun, informative introduction
with info on where to find top lake beaches with pictures, along with suggested parks matched to particular activities. Can you bring your dog for a swim? You'll find the answer here.
Sand Bar State Park - Located in Milton, shallow waters stay that way yards from shore, making this a great kid-friendly beach. With driving directions and info on other area attractions.
Islands and State Parks of Lake Champlain Vermont - A comprehensive guide to paddling the waters with tips on essential gear, where to kayak the best or most scenic areas, when to visit, fees and permits.