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Park
“Community park on the lake featuring a boardwalk, sailing lessons & kayak & canoe rentals. Also look for the Burlington Bike Path. Converted from the Central Vermont Railway to a bike path in the 1970s, this easy trail crosses through beaches and parks and offers great views of Lake Champlain, the Adirondacks and the city.”
  • 50 lokalkjente anbefaler
Beach
“North Beach, located within city limits, has active lifeguards during the summer season. With food concessions, a playground, restrooms with showers, picnic tables and grills, North Beach has something for everyone. During the summer months you can also rent kayaks, canoes and stand up paddleboards at our vendors kiosk and take full advantage of what Burlington has to offer. The park and beach are open all year. North Beach is located off of North Avenue, right down the road from the high school and boasts a full campground with available sites for overnight rentals. ”
  • 23 lokalkjente anbefaler
Park
“A lovely easy to moderate hike (or drive) affording spectacular westerly views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondacks. We recommend hiking the trails for more of a "hiking" experience though it is perfectly fine to hike along the road. The hike is about 1-1.5 hours. ”
  • 22 lokalkjente anbefaler
Park
“Nice open park with big amphitheater right on the waterfront. Stunning views of the Adirondacks.”
  • 19 lokalkjente anbefaler
Park
“This is a fantastic park just a couple of minutes walk away! ~3 miles of well maintained walking trails through the woods, great lookouts over the lake, and a huge beach!”
  • 15 lokalkjente anbefaler
Park
“If you are in Burlington on a hot summer day, stop by Oakledge and take a swim. There is a official 'beach' but head to the south-end of the park to the cove where there is a sandy beach, a spit of rocks warmed by the summer sun to lie on and relax, and nice rocks and 'cliffs' to jump into the lake. Please use caution however as lake levels change throughout the season.”
  • 15 lokalkjente anbefaler
Park
“Beautiful swimming location! Shallow beach, sandy, great views of the boats and great sunsets over the Adirondacks! ”
  • 15 lokalkjente anbefaler
Park
“Nice little walk to the point from the parking area. You can also put in the kayak here and paddle around Button Bay. ”
  • 6 lokalkjente anbefaler

Lekeplasser

Playground
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Baseball Field
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Strender

Beach
“North Beach, located within city limits, has active lifeguards during the summer season. With food concessions, a playground, restrooms with showers, picnic tables and grills, North Beach has something for everyone. During the summer months you can also rent kayaks, canoes and stand up paddleboards at our vendors kiosk and take full advantage of what Burlington has to offer. The park and beach are open all year. North Beach is located off of North Avenue, right down the road from the high school and boasts a full campground with available sites for overnight rentals. ”
  • 23 lokalkjente anbefaler
Park
“If you are in Burlington on a hot summer day, stop by Oakledge and take a swim. There is a official 'beach' but head to the south-end of the park to the cove where there is a sandy beach, a spit of rocks warmed by the summer sun to lie on and relax, and nice rocks and 'cliffs' to jump into the lake. Please use caution however as lake levels change throughout the season.”
  • 15 lokalkjente anbefaler
Beach
“Park and then walk past the ice house and down to this great family beach with shallow waters extensive sand bars. Often much quieter than North beach and other city beaches. Great place to catch the sunset.”
  • 6 lokalkjente anbefaler
State / Provincial Park
“Sand Bar State Park takes its name from a natural sandbar between South Hero Island in Grand Isle County and the town of Milton on the Vermont mainland. The park is on the mainland, or eastern end, of that sandbar. The sandbar itself is the result of the Lamoille River, over tens of thousands of years, washing sediment downstream from the present Lamoille Valley. The river borne material sank to the bottom as the river emptied into the lake, eventually filling the lake to create the marshland south and east of the park, and the sandbar to the west. ”
  • 5 lokalkjente anbefaler
Beach
“Great little beach near the cabin. Water is easy for kids to wade and swim in. Playground set. Snack bar is sometimes on whether is it open or not, bring food and drink just in case. FEE TO ENTER.”
  • 1 lokalkjent anbefaler
Playground
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Stier

Park
“A lovely easy to moderate hike (or drive) affording spectacular westerly views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondacks. We recommend hiking the trails for more of a "hiking" experience though it is perfectly fine to hike along the road. The hike is about 1-1.5 hours. ”
  • 22 lokalkjente anbefaler
Trail
“Great spot for a jog through the woods with access to jump in the lake afterwards.”
  • 5 lokalkjente anbefaler
Bike Trail
“This is the bike/walk trail that goes through Burlington, into Colchester and then in South Hero, it's wonderful!!!”
  • 1 lokalkjent anbefaler
Trail
“From the parking lot, the trail leads into the woods and climbs moderately to a bridge at 0.2 miles. The trail continues beside a stream to a second stream crossing that has no bridge, but can be crossed on rocks. Ascending steadily after the second stream crossing, the trial climbs to a third stream crossing after which the terrain is gentler. The trail arrives at the outlet of Abbey Pond at 2.1 miles. Abbey Pond supports a community of marsh plants and animals. This trail is sometimes closed to protect nesting great blue herons. Watch for closure posters. Average hike time: 2 - 2.5 hours round trip.”
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Trail
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