Crystal Lake

Vermont

2Listings$55K-$450K$500KTotal Value
Crystal Lake, Vermont

The Crystal Lake real estate market is a beautiful, but lesser known, marketplace for lake property in Vermont.

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    • Counties: Orleans County
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    About Crystal Lake
    Orleans County, Vermont

    Crystal Lake is a 772-acre lake that is located in the town of Barton, Vermont.

    In Barton, residents can enjoy restaurants like Parson’s Pub and Grill and Barton Baking Company as well as other amenities like a grocery store, churches, and a pharmacy.

    Twenty miles north is the nearest hospital, North Country Hospital & Health Center, and 54 miles west is the nearest airport, Burlington International.

    What’s There to Do on The Water?

    Anglers can expect to reel in lake trout, rainbow trout, smallmouth bass, among four other types of fish on Crystal Lake.

    There is a public boat ramp and dock on the south shore, great for kayaking and canoeing, or a day of swimming and lounging.

    What’s Near Crystal Lake?

    The largest maze in New England, the Great Vermont Cornmaze, is located in Danville, around 35 minutes south. It features attractions for the entire family: a 28-acre “Big Maze,” a “Scenic Maze,” and a play area for children.

    Around 30 minutes south 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.

    Lake residents can also enjoy the numerous state parks surrounding the area, like Willoughby State Forest, Victory State Forest, and Jay State Forest.

    Why Crystal Lake?

    If you are looking for somewhere that isn’t too far removed, with all of the benefits of a gorgeous nature getaway, this is the perfect fit for you!