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OUR FAVORITE SWIM SPOTS NEAR BURLINGTON

For the next time you stay at Hotel Vermont, here is a guide to all of our favorite swim spots near Burlington. Nothing feels like summer like jumping into Lake Champlain and swimming potholes on a hot day in Vermont! Have fun & remember to be safe!

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LONE ROCK POINT

Located along the shores of Lake Champlain near downtown Burlington, this offers a unique climbing experience with unbeatable views.

BOLTON POTHOLES

Take a trip to Bolton to enjoy a series of three cascading waterfalls that each drop into their own pool. The third waterfall dumps into a narrow river channel, which creates a third pool with slower water flow. At the bottom, the large flat rocks create a perfect spot for sunbathing.

BOLTON POTHOLES

Take a trip to Bolton to enjoy a series of three cascading waterfalls that each drop into their own pool. The third waterfall dumps into a narrow river channel, which creates a third pool with slower water flow. At the bottom, the large flat rocks create a perfect spot for sunbathing.

BINGHAM FALLS

Go enjoy this half-a-mile waterfall hike in Stowe, which is loved for its easy access, impressive geology, and photography nature. This short hike leads to a set of cascading waterfalls and swimming holes that make the drive totally worth it!

BRISTOL (BARTLETT) FALLS

Visit this beautiful 14-foot waterfall, which is located on the New Haven River in Bristol. There are trails that lead to the cliffs next to the falls, where there is a rope swing as well. You can also enjoy river access to shallow water, or at the base of the falls.

BRISTOL (BARTLETT) FALLS

Visit this beautiful 14-foot waterfall, which is located on the New Haven River in Bristol. There are trails that lead to the cliffs next to the falls, where there is a rope swing as well. You can also enjoy river access to shallow water, or at the base of the falls.

TRIPLE BUCKETS

Last, but certainly not least, head to Huntington Gorge in Richmond to jump in and swim around the cool emerald green waters of Triple Buckets!