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The Lake Champlain Islands are a summer destination nonpareil, and North Hero, Vermont is arguably the most popular of the four famous towns near the Quebec border. With splendid natural wonders, miles of pristine coastline, and a small-town populace that is eager to please, it's no wonder North Hero gets accolades from anyone who visits. Our North Hero vacation rentals offer the perfect place to enjoy all this gorgeous area has to offer. 

Founded by nearly 400 Revolutionary War vets - also known as the Green Mountain Boys - in the late 1700s, North Hero has long been a popular vacation spot for New Englanders in the know. Visitors enjoy beautiful beaches, lush farmland, immaculate green spaces, and picture-perfect mountain vistas - both the Green Mountains and Adirondacks are at your doorstep. You can grab a picnic and head to the state park to enjoy a nosh while watching the waves lap the beach. Or take a hike to nearby Pelot's Point Wildlife Area or Knight Point State Park. In North Hero, you're never far from clean mountain air and natural delights. 

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On the Rocks 3D Tour
4 Bedroom | 1.5 Bath | Sleeps 7

On the Rocks - North Hero, VT

From $185
It's Kismet 3D Tour
2 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 7 (6 Adults Max)

It's Kismet - North Hero, VT

From $172
Island's Escape
4 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 9

Island's Escape - North Hero, VT

From $139
Lake Living 3D Tour
3 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 10

Lake Living - North Hero, VT

From $204
North End Nook 3D Tour
1 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 3 (2 Adults Max)

North End Nook - North Hero, VT

From $160

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Recent North Hero vacation rental reviews

Great location.
Cary C. | May 2022
The view of theblake is beautiful and the area is very quite and peaceful
MATTHEW M. | May 2022
Positives: The master bedroom is the feature room of the house, complete with a view to the lake. All light switches were labeled - brilliant Big property-semi private. Neighbors about 50 yards away on both sides. Located on a dead end road. Easy access into the lake for kayaking or boating. Air conditioners in many rooms. TVs in 2 bedrooms and living room. Internet is great. Communication was great. Negatives: The kitchen needs attention to the details. Most of the frying pans were unusable because they were beyond dirty or ruined. Most of them you wouldn't want to cook food in. We scrubbed one to use. They are scorched and burned, misused for their purpose, I'm sure, and need to be thrown out. Several pots were dirty or greasy. Toaster oven was greasy as was some of the silverware. We washed everything before we used it and went out and bought a frying pan. The core dishes and glassware were fine. Kitchen needed more cooking utensils and touches like resealable bags, saranwrap, aluminum foil, spices, things like that. Vacations center around great meals. A well appointed, immaculate kitchen needs to be a focus for us. There's very limited seating in the living room. We brought folding chairs. Water leaked under the sun room door during a moderate rain. With a little attention this place would be perfect for a small group. We were 4 adults and filled it. The bird watching was amazing. If you're a sun worshiper you'll love it, lots of usable outdoor space and lots of glass to let light in. Outdoors you get some road noise from across the lake but inside it's very quiet. It's an all wood interior from floor to ceiling, very nice. Plenty of towels and linens. Plenty of ceiling fans. Bathrooms are small but serviceable. Extras if you look around: blankets, iron, soaps, cleaning supplies. All in all we'd stay again but hope they make the improvements in the kitchen.
John C. | Apr 2022

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Town of North Hero, VT

Like its sister Lake Champlain Islands, North Hero doesn't have a ton of historic sites. Still, there's enough to see to keep you occupied. North Hero State Park boasts nearly 400 acres of pristine land abutting Lake Champlain, featuring white-tailed deer, mallards, ruffed grouse, and American woodcock. Kayakers and paddle boarders head to Holcomb's Landing every summer and Labor Day features an annual bridge jump. Looking for sundries amid vintage ambiance? Hero's Welcome is a century-old store off a pier on Lake Champlain that sells a variety of Vermont-based goods. It's a good place to go if you forgot your sunscreen, and want to pick up a fantastic souvenir.

Day trips from North Hero, VT

Our North Hero cabins offer the perfect base from which to explore the entire Lake Champlain Islands region. Nearby South Hero boasts natural wonders as well boasts natural wonders as well, from famous White's Beach to the Bird House Forest. Grand Isle has an incredible state park as well as miles of lovely shoreline has an incredible state park as well as miles of lovely shoreline to while away your day. Pilgrims head to Isle La Motte to visit St. Anne's Shrine, a century-old building. Back on the mainland, Burlington offers plenty of cultural diversions, as well as skiing and hiking galore, and Plattsburgh, New York is a short ferry ride away (via Grand Isle). Within two hours, you can even drive from North Hero to Quebec and the delights that await in Montreal. 

However, if you're looking to relax and recharge with your friends and family, you don't have to travel beyond your front porch. Laze the days away amid natural splendor in Lake Champlain: our North Hero vacation rentals provide a warm and welcoming home base to do so.