The Town of Isle La Motte is located in Grand Isle County in the beautiful Lake Champlain Islands. It is the smallest and northernmost of the Lake Champlain Island towns. Isle La Motte is an hour north of Burlington, 50 minutes to Plattsburgh, and an hour and 15 minutes to the lively city of Montreal.
Isle La Motte is a small town that offers a quiet, rural lifestyle which draws many residents and visitors to the area. Folks will be found cycling the scenic roads, kayaking or boating on Lake Champlain or relaxing at the sandy town beach.
The area has a rich history; it is home to the Chazy Reef, the world’s oldest coral reef, and the 85 acre Goodsell Ridge Fossil Preserve. It is also home to the Fisk Farm. This historic site is located on 100 acres that was originally quarried for limestone and can still be visited today.
In the Isle La Motte you will find town services such as the public library, volunteer fire station, and the town clerk's office. There are several farmers and producers on the Island making the opportunity to eat locally great.
Isle La Motte’s small town charm, scenic country setting and opportunity for outdoor recreation has drawn many residents to the area. From impressive lakefront homes to classic Vermont farmhouses, Isle La Motte has much to offer in terms of Vermont real estate and lifestyle.