With its prime location on the northwestern shore of beautiful Lake Champlain, its protected beach area, as well as its mix of open and forested walking and hiking trails, Point Au Roche State Park is a great family attraction!
Saint Anne's Shrine is a peaceful, spiritual, and historical attraction, which has been developed and maintained for the past 100 years by the Society of Saint Edmund in Vermont's scenic Champlain Islands. Each season, thousands of religious pilgrims, vacationers and tourists visit the popular waterfront site in Isle LaMotte for devotion and recreation.
Lake Champlain has consistently been rated one of the top fisheries on the United States. With a maximum depth of 400 feet, this vast body of water features more than 80 species of warm and cold-water fish including large and smallmouth bass, walleye, lake trout, brown trout, landlocked Atlantic salmon, perch, carp, steelhead and bowfin.
Where to catch bass: https://www.flwfishing.com/news/2016-06-22-where-to-catch-bass-on-lake-champlain
This beach is amongst the longest beaches on Lake Champlain and offers beautiful dunes and clear, shallow water. There is a swimming area, picnic tables, grills, and wetland marsh habitat for wildlife viewing!
Burton Island is a 253-acre park off the southwestern tip of St. Albans Point in Lake Champlain’s 'Inland Sea'. The park is accessible only by boat and has a variety of camping options plus hiking trails, a nature center and museum, and a marina.