About Lake Champlain Islands
Whether it's South Hero and its miles of apple orchards or Isle de Motte and historic St. Anne's Shrine, our Lake Champlain vacation rentals will transport you to a place of relaxation and contemplation the minute you walk through the doors.
Much of Vermont is verdant and lush, and the Lake Champlain region near the Quebec and Northern New York borders isn't any different. The Lake Champlain Islands are known for their majestic seashores and gorgeous mountain views. The area boasts 200 miles of pristine coastline - you might even spy Champ, the mythic monster that is said to reside in the lake! - as well as apple orchards and farmers markets galore.
Spotted by Samuel Champlain in 1609, the area was strategic in the War of Independence and was home to several pitch battles during the War of 1812. Two centuries later, the region is a tourist mecca, thanks to beautiful beaches, places for peaceful reflection, and eager locals wanting to lend a helping hand. Our Vermont vacation rentals
on these small but scenic islands offer the best respite for the weary traveler.