Greenwood Lake is located in Woodbury, Vermont, around 35 minutes away from Montpelier.
Thirty minutes north is the nearest hospital, Copley Hospital, and an hour and a half west is the nearest airport, Burlington International.
If lake residents want a quick bite to eat or a cold drink, Morrisville would be your best bet. With places to try like Rock and Art Brewery, Siam Valley Thai, or North Country Donuts. There are also pharmacies, grocery stores, churches, and schools there as well.
Anglers can expect to catch an array of fish such as Brown Trout, Smallmouth Bass, and Yellow Perch.
Low-speed water sports lovers will enjoy taking their canoes or kayaks out for a spin on this 91-acre lake. If you’re more of a boating fan, there are a few earthen spots to launch your vessel from and take a relaxing ride!
The area around Greenwood Lake is host to many outdoor activities spots. Less than five minutes are the Green Mountain Conservation and Buck Lake Wildlife Management Area.
The former has opportunities for hands-on learning about outdoor activities like hunting fishing and canoeing. The latter is a 275-acre spread that is open for public hunting, trapping, canoeing, hiking, and wildlife viewing. Other outdoor areas that are less than 30 minutes away include Woodbury Meadows Campground and CC Putnam State Forrest.
Greenwood Lake is also around 35 minutes away from the state capital of Montpelier. Visitors can check out the State Capitol Building or the Vermont Historical Society Museum.
If you’re looking for a place that feels like a remote, nature-filled getaway but is still close to the nearest grocery store, restaurant, and entertainment spot, then this is the perfect getaway for you!