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Here are the 33 lakes we have listed within USA > New England > Vermont - compared by Largest Lakes - Acres.

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Lake Name Area in acres Lake Description
Lake Champlain
(Quebec, Canada / New York, USA / Vermont, USA)
271,000 Lake Champlain Pictures Lake Champlain, straddling New York and Vermont in the USA, and Quebec in Canada, is a natural freshwater lake seated 96 feet above sea level. Briefly designated a Great Lake by President Bill Clinton in 1998, Lake Champlain reaches a maximum depth of 400 feet, covers an impressive 435 square miles, ...
Lake Memphremagog
(Quebec, Canada / Vermont, USA)
25,205 Lake Memphremagog Pictures Also known as: Lac Memphremagog
A perfect reflection of brightly colored mountains among a blue backdrop is cast upon Lake Memphremagog's smooth, motionless surface. A kayaker, sitting peacefully among his surroundings, opens his eyes to watch a rippling motion move across the top of the water. Tales of an underwater serpent called ...
Lake Bomoseen
(Vermont, USA)
2,370 Lake Bomoseen Pictures Lake Bomoseen is the most prominent lake in Vermont's Lake Region, located in the west-central part of the state. Stretching almost 9 miles long and one mile wide and covering an expansive 2,370 acres, Lake Bomoseen is the largest lake contained entirely within Vermont's state borders. The lake has ...
Lake Whitingham
(Vermont, USA)
2,039 Lake Whitingham Message Forums Also known as: Harriman Reservoir
Lake Whitingham is located near Vermont Route 100, which was highly praised by National Geographic as one of ten most scenic highways in America. Nestled in Southern Vermont, Lake Whitingham, also known as Harriman Reservoir, provides a stunning setting any time of year-- from the lush greenery of ...
Lake Seymour
(Vermont, USA)
1,769 Lake Seymour Pictures Lake Seymour Message Forums Also known as: Seymour Lake
Breathtaking autumns and vibrant springs await visitors and residents of Lake Seymour, also known as Seymour Lake. Located in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom, with 1,769 surface acres of water, Lake Seymour is the second largest lake entirely within the borders of Vermont. Seymour Lake is nestled in Orleans ...
Lake Willoughby
(Vermont, USA)
1,692 Lake Willoughby Pictures Also known as: Willoughby Lake
Lake Willoughby is one of those special lakes that are rarely found in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom. The action of prehistoric glaciers gouged out a portion of high ridges to create Mount Hor and Mount Pisgah. Between these landmark mountains, glaciations left an exceedingly deep lake: Lake Willoughby. ...
Lake Carmi
(Vermont, USA)
1,402 Lake Carmi Message Forums Also known as: Franklin Pond
Lake Carmi represents the mental picture most have of a northern New England 'camp' lake. Hidden just south of the Canadian border in Vermont's Islands and Farms Region, Lake Carmi holds over 200 seasonal cottages or 'camps' along its 7.5-mile shoreline. Lake Carmi State Park lays claim to another ...
Lake Dunmore
(Vermont, USA)
985 Lake Dunmore Pictures Lake Dunmore Message Forums Lying at the base of central Vermont's Mt. Moosalamoo, Lake Dunmore is the gateway to Green Mountain National Forest. This sparkling lake is the perfect answer to the family argument over vacationing at the lake or in the mountains. Here, you can have both-and enjoy both fully. The lake functions as ...
Lake St. Catherine
(Vermont, USA)
930 Lake St. Catherine Message Forums Also known as: Lake St Catherine, Lake Saint Catherine
Lake St. Catherine is a 930-acre lake located in the Crossroads of Vermont tourism region, along Route 30 south of the Town of Poultney. Lake St Catherine is actually a string of lakes: north to south, Lily Pond Lake comes first. This tiny lake drains into the much larger Lake St Catherine. At the south ...
Caspian Lake
(Vermont, USA)
789 Caspian Lake Message Forums Tucked into Vermont's Northeast Kingdom, Caspian Lake may well be one of the state's favorite vacation destinations. Set among the northern reaches of the Green Mountains, Caspian Lake has attracted summer visitors for many years. The shoreline is dotted with year-round residences, summer cottages and ...
Crystal Lake
(Vermont, USA)
778 Crystal Lake Pictures Crystal Lake Message Forums Crystal Lake is an outstanding jewel in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom. For those who are not native to Vermont, hearing that there is a Northeast Kingdom in the state is a surprise. Located in the northeast corner of the state near New Hampshire and the Canadian border, Vermont's Northeast Kingdom is ...
Chittenden Reservoir
(Vermont, USA)
741 Chittenden Reservoir Pictures Chittenden Reservoir Message Forums Eight miles northeast of the town of Rutland, Chittenden Reservoir is a hidden gem. The 750-acre reservoir is surrounded by Green Mountain National Forest in the midst of the Crossroads of Vermont region. The reservoir was developed in 1909 by damming East Creek for power generating purposes. Because ...
Island Pond
(Vermont, USA)
626 Island Pond Message Forums One of Vermont's northernmost lakes is Island Pond. Tucked in the Northeast Kingdom Region, Island Pond is only 15 miles south of the Canadian border. Because of the distances to major cities, the area is sparsely populated. This wasn't always so: in an earlier, more agrarian culture, Essex County supported ...
Lake Salem
(Vermont, USA)
573 Lake Salem Message Forums Also known as: Big Salem Lake, Little Salem Lake
Salem Lake is nestled in Vermont's breathtaking Northeast Kingdom and consists of Big Salem Lake and Little Salem Lake. Hayward Road Bridge spans the channel between the two lakes. Located in the Town of Derby, Salem Lake is a recreational paradise and can be enjoyed any time of year. Autumn brings ...
Lake Morey
(Vermont, USA)
547 Lake Morey Pictures Lake Morey Message Forums Also known as: Fairlee Pond
Located in one of Vermont's oldest and most historic areas, Lake Morey has been a summer camp getaway for generations. Just west of the Connecticut River in the Eastern Vermont Gateways region, Lake Morey has hosted summer camps for over a hundred years. Even before the creation of summer children's ...
Lake Hortonia
(Vermont, USA)
479 Lake Hortonia Message Forums Also known as: Hortonia Lake, Horton Pond
Lake Hortonia, in the Crossroads of Vermont Region, inhabits a special place in the history of Vermont and Rutland County. Although the original pond may have been natural, the outlet - a tributary of Hubbardton River - was first dammed in the 1790s. The resulting impoundment became Horton Pond, later ...
Lake Fairlee
(Vermont, USA)
457 Lake Fairlee Message Forums Lake Fairlee is a lake where memories are made. The 450-acre lake in the Eastern Vermont Gateways region is a natural lake, enlarged by damming a tributary of Ompompanoosuc River in 1939. Actually, Lake Fairlee is the second water body to hold the Fairlee name; nearby Lake Morey was originally called ...
Lake Groton
(Vermont, USA)
422 Lake Groton Pictures Lake Groton Message Forums Also known as: Groton Pond
Nestled snugly among heavily forested mountains, Lake Groton has been a favorite summer getaway for generations of 'camp' owners. Over 400 acres of water enclosed within nearly six miles of rocky shoreline make Groton Pond, as it is also known, the ideal hideaway for a summer cottage or hunting camp. ...
Harveys Lake
(Vermont, USA)
350 Harveys Lake Pictures Harveys Lake Message Forums Also known as: Harvey's Lake, Harvey Lake, Lake Harvey
Harveys Lake may be one of the best-kept water secrets in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom. The 350-acre lake has no publicly advertised amenities, making its main users the property owners and guests of the two campgrounds and resorts. Originally a smaller lake, the surface area increased when a dam was ...
Lake Elmore
(Vermont, USA)
219 Lake Elmore Pictures Lake Elmore Message Forums Also known as: Elmore Pond, Meades Pond
The local slogan, "Beauty Spot of Vermont," suits Lake Elmore to a 'T'. This lovely lake nestles beneath Mt. Elmore in the Stowe/Smugglers' Notch region of Vermont, drawing nature lovers like a magnet. The area is best known as a premier ski area but the many lakes, ponds, villages, hiking and cycling ...
Lake Raponda
(Vermont, USA)
212 Lake Raponda Pictures Lake Raponda Message Forums Occupying a prime spot in the recreational haven of the Southern Vermont Region, Lake Raponda has welcomed generations of visitors to its pleasant shores. The natural lake was entertaining resort-goers by 1890 with the opening of the first Lake Raponda Hotel. Not long after, the Raponda House Hotel ...
Shadow Lake
(Vermont, USA)
210 Shadow Lake Pictures Shadow Lake Message Forums Also known as: Lake Shadow
Nestled in the heart of Vermont's Northeast Kingdom, Shadow Lake is encased in beauty all year long with dazzling autumns and stunning springs. Shadow Lake is located in Orleans County in the Town of Glover, Vermont. Originally charted to 62 Grantees, the Town of Glover was named in honor of General ...
Lake Eden
(Vermont, USA)
198 Lake Eden Pictures Lake Eden Message Forums Also known as: Eden Lake
Vermont is home to some stunning lakes, including Lake Eden, named after a town with the same name. The Town of Eden was chartered to 72 Green Mountain Boys who fought in the Revolutionary War in hopes it would become a "Biblical Eden" or paradise to those who settled there. The region is full of ...
Neal's Pond
(Vermont, USA)
185 Neal's Pond Message Forums 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 ...
Lake Rescue
(Vermont, USA)
180 Lake Rescue Message Forums An early morning mist settles over Lake Rescue, a quiet Vermont lake, as a dog bounds through a dense barrier of trees along the shoreline. A tennis ball skitters into the water as the canine takes a stretching leap into the water, weaving its way through the mist while scenting the toy. The animal ...
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