With more shoreline than any other part of Vermont, the Lake Champlain Islands region is a unique and beautiful place located in Grand Isle County. The Islands boast small-town rural charm with breathtaking scenery and are located conveniently close to the lively cities of Montreal, Quebec and Burlington, Vermont. Its incomparable state parks, close knit community and countless outdoor activities make the Champlain Islands region a wonderful place to enjoy year-round or seasonally.
The Islands are home to many small businesses and organizations who thrive off of the support from their community. You will find residents gathered at year-round events such as the Champlain Islands Farmers’ Market, Snow Farm Vineyard Summer Concert Series, Island Arts Events and live music nights at local restaurants. Other popular destinations include Grand Isle State Park, Hero's Welcome General Store, The North Hero House Inn & Restaurant, Saint Anne’s Shrine and the Bike Ferry. Learn more about Island Life on the blog.
Year-round residents are attracted to the rural lifestyle, neighborly support and elementary schools that offer small classrooms. There are several public outdoor spaces to explore year-round making it a popular place for outdoor enthusiasts like boaters, fishermen and cyclists. Whether you’re searching for a farmhouse with acreage or modern lake house the Champlain Islands have something to fit your dreams.
During the warmer months the population in the Islands doubles with seasonal home-owners. Year after year many families return to their summer cottage or lake house to unwind and reconnect with family on the lake. We believe that a year-round or seasonal home in the Champlain Islands is more than just real estate, it’s a destination and lifestyle that will keep your family coming together for generations.
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