Historic North Hero
The Champlain Islands are Vermont surrounded by water. Although the Islands are located between Montreal, Quebec and Burlington Vermont, the Islands retain their quiet rural charm. Waterside farms and orchards, excellent State parks (including the largest natural sand beach in Vermont) year-round fishing, sailing, cycling, lakeside dining and shopping in our historic Revolutionary War era villages. A thriving summer tourist season helps support over 300 micro businesses. Industrial sites are available in the Alburg Industrial Park currently under development by local nonprofit groups.

Royal Lipizzan Stallions
Herrmann's Royal Lipizzan Stallions are a favorite attraction in the islands in July and August. Other attractions for groups or individuals are: St. Anne's Shrine, the Hyde Log Cabin, Alburg Dunes State Park, historic North Village and more.

The Islands are 27 miles long and connected to the mainland by bridges and causeways, easily reached by car, ferry or boat.

Stay a day, a week or a lifetime! Contact the Champlain Islands Chamber of Commerce for travel information, business relocation or expansion information; one stop shop for all travel and business needs! Call (802)-372-5683.

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