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Along the miles of rolling hills and pastures in Essex County, Vermont, there is quaint body of water known as Neal's Pond Here you can lose track of time as you sit back and breathe in the fresh air as you watch ducks and geese paddling by you on the water.
Formed by damming Neal's Branch, which runs south from Lunenburgh till it runs into the Connecticut River, Neal's Pond is approximately one mile long and a half mile in width. At 185 acres, this lake is a peaceful respite from the hassles of everyday life and offers lake front real estate with cabins and home rentals for your time in this paradise. No matter which season you visit, the view outside the cabin is breathtaking: the pristine whiteness of the snow-covered winter, the blooming rebirth of the landscape as flowers and trees begin to bud, the deep shades of green from the mountain backdrop as the trees spread their leaves, or perhaps the most inspiring, as the fall leaves paint brightly colored landscapes of vibrant hues. With the lake at your doorstep, lake access is convenient for swimming, boating, kayaking, and fishing. Perhaps your catch of the day may include yellow perch, bullhead, chain pickerel, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, pumpkinseed, and northern pike, but any will taste great after a day spent on the pond.
As you force yourself to leave Neal's Pond to go exploring, do not forget your camera. In the town of Lunenburg, the Old Congregational Church is reputed to be the most photographed church in the United States, so you want to be sure to get your own personal shot of this popular landmark. Lunenburg, which was established in the mid 1700's, was named in honor of King George II who was also the Duke of Brunswick-Lunenburg. Today, the town of Lunenburg and Essex County offer visitors a chance to experience New England's charm with miles of backcountry roads that lead to surprising villages that boast of historic significance with modern conveniences. Throughout the county, lovely inns and cozy bed and breakfast inns provide accommodations and delicious meals. As you travel the scenic byways, take time to stop by the country stores that have endured through the years to purchase mementos of your trip and a chance to see how your grandparents might have shopped. Along the way, be mindful of those sightseeing by biking, hiking, and backpacking. Other diversions in the area include golf, antiquing, hunting, horseback riding, tennis, and wintertime skiing.
Neal's Pond, Lunenburg, and Essex County are all located in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom Tourism Region which was named "Best of New England 2010" by Yankee Magazine. Numerous farms throughout the area are open for visitors to explore their labors, whether it a dairy farm with a creamery, horse breeding farms, goat and sheep farm that produces its own fibers and yarns, to the maple syrup farms that produce sweet confections. All year round throughout the area the scenic beauty invites everyone to enjoy the recreational offerings: hiking, biking, fishing, sightseeing, downhill skiing, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, and sledding. With a wide range of vacation rentals from chalets, condominiums, cabins, vacation homes, bed and breakfast inns, inns, lodges, resorts, motels, and campgrounds, there is the perfect fit for your stay should you desire a family getaway, romantic hideaway or just a weekend escape.
"Relax, rejuvenate, rekindle" is the motto of Vermont's Northeast Kingdom. With so many ways to enjoy yourself in this New England playground, you may have to visit more than once to decide upon your favorite activity. With Neal's Pond as a base for your adventures and excursions, the "relax" part will already be checked off your to-do list.
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