Coles Pond


Coles Pond, Vermont

Coles Pond real estate is regarded as a tight inventory market in Vermont for lake homes and lake lots.

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    About Coles Pond
    Caledonia County, Vermont

    Coles Pond is a 99-acre reservoir located in Walden, Vermont, 70 miles outside of Burlington.

    An hour and a half to the west are the Burlington International Airport, and 40 minutes to the southeast is the Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital, which is in St. Johnsbury.

    Residents can go to Smok’N’Hot BBQ, located less than two miles from Coles Pond, or travel to nearby St. Johnsbury and enjoy local eateries such as Riley’s Fish Shack, Kingdom Table, and Central Cafe.

    What’s On the Water?

    Anglers can expect to find yellow perch, chain pickerel, smallmouth bass, and bullhead.

    Water lovers can enjoy taking a cruise through Coles Pond on their boat or more laid-back activities like swimming and lounging.

    What’s Nearby?

    The largest maze in New England, the Great Vermont Cornmaze, is located in Danville, 30 minutes east. It features attractions for the entire family: a 28-acre “Big Maze,” a “Scenic Maze,” and a play area for children.

    In St. Johnsbury, visitors can explore the Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium, which includes a natural history museum, planetarium, and an archive.

    There is also the St. Johnsbury History and Heritage Center, which houses items and archives detailing the history of the over 200-year-old town.

    Residents can also enjoy the numerous state parks surrounding the area, such as the Willoughby State Forrest an hour north, the Victory State Forrest an hour east, and the Groton State Forrest 30 minutes south.

    Why Coles Pond?

    Coles Pond is a small community with a vast amount of interesting scenic and tourist opportunities in the surrounding area, perfect for a lake retreat to call home.