The town of Grand Isle is located in Grand Isle County in the beautiful Lake Champlain Islands and is the most populous town in the county. Grand Isle shares an island on Lake Champlain with the Town of South Hero. Grand Isle is located just 25 minutes to Burlington, Vermont and an hour and a half to the lively city of Montreal, Quebec. For easy commuting to New York State, Gordon's Landing is located on the western shore and offers a year-round ferry to Plattsburgh, New York.
Known as the beauty spot of Vermont, Grand Isle boasts a rural lifestyle with fertile farmland and pastoral views of Lake Champlain. It is home to one of the largest dairy farmers in the county. Grand Isle is also home to Vermont’s second largest and most visited state park, Grand Isle State Park and New England’s oldest standing log cabin, Hyde Log Cabin.
The Town of Grand Isle offers several services including, a public library, elementary school, post office, small grocery store, farm stands and more. Residents can be found at the Champlain Islands Farmers’ Market, swimming at Marycrest Beach or launching their boat at Ladd’s Landing Marina. Grand Isle’s small town charm, scenic country setting and opportunity for outdoor recreation has drawn many residents to the area. From lakefront seasonal camps, historic farmhouses and new builds, Grand Isle has a piece of Vermont real estate to meet your lifestyle.