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Watch the Milky Way on a dark and moonless night while the waves lap gently beneath you. You can relax in the sun or swim in the bay. If you bring your own gear it is ideal for kayaking and canoeing.

The Missisquoi Wildlife Refuge is 4 miles away and provides trails for nature walks. The Shrine of St. Anne is located on Isle La Motte. St. Anne was the first settlement in Vermont, constructed in 1666. Guests may enjoy the picnic areas and the sandy beach where Samuel de Champlain first landed.

The Goodsell Ridge Fossil Preserve is also located in Isle La Motte. The 85-acre preserve offers year-round free access to 480 million year old fossils from the Chazy Fossil Reef. Visitors can take a self-guided tour of the fossils and continue to explore the beautiful former farm fields on longer trails traversing the property.

You'll find good antique shopping on Rte. 2. Don't miss our local country festivals throughout the summer.

Apple orchards are open and apple festivals in progress throughout autumn.

Fall Foliage

Leaf Peeping from mid-September through mid-October is fantastic. Also check these Foliage links for latest conditions.

Thomas Mott Homestead Bed & Breakfast
Thomas Mott Homestead Bed & Breakfast

The Missisquoi Wildlife Refuge is 4 miles away and provides trails for nature walks. The Shrine of St. Anne is located on Isle La Motte. St. Anne was the first settlement in Vermont, constructed in 1666. Guests may enjoy the picnic areas and the sandy beach where Samuel de Champlain first landed.

The Goodsell Ridge Fossil Preserve is also located in Isle La Motte. The 85-acre preserve offers year-round free access to 480 million year old fossils from the Chazy Fossil Reef. Visitors can take a self guided tour of the fossils and continue to explore the beautiful former farm fields on longer trails traversing the property.

You'll find good antique shopping on Rte 2. Don't miss our local country festivals throughout the summer.

Apple orchards are open and apple festivals in progress throughout autumn

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The following links provide more information about the sights and services you can find in our area. Please let us know if you find them helpful.