Joes Pond


1Listings$335K-$340K$335KTotal Value
Joes Pond, Vermont

Joes Pond real estate is regarded as a top twenty market in Vermont for lake homes and lake lots.

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    • Counties: Caledonia County
    About Joes Pond
    Caledonia County, Vermont

    Located near Danville, Vermont is Joes Pond. This pond is 64 miles away from Burlington International Airport, and 29 miles away from Central Vermont Medical Center. Residents can shop at City Center and grab a bite to eat at Three Ponds or Sambel’s.

    Life on the Water

    Residents can enjoy life on the water at Joes Pond! This pond offers private boat docks and fishing piers, tennis courts, and a walking trail called “Joe’s Pond Trailhead”.

    Popular activities here are boating, fishing, swimming, and watersports. This 405-acre lake is home to a variety of fish, including northern pike, smallmouth bass, and yellow perch.

    Slightly to the south of Joe’s Pond is Big Deer State Park, featuring campsites and hiking/biking trails.

    Boulder Beach State Park

    Also close to Joes Pond is Boulder Beach State Park. This park features a large, sandy beach and swimming area. The beach has BBQ grills and picnic benches to use. The park contains nice grassy areas and shops to buy ice cream and candy.

    Viait Montpelier

    First, check out the Vermont State House, offering tours of the numerous, elaborate rooms and architecture. The statehouse contains murals from the Civil War.

    Next, visit Camel’s Hump for a hike through nature. This mountain is the second highest in Vermont, and considered one of the best hikes in the state, offering brilliant views.

    Lastly, visit the Vermont Historical Society Museum, featuring tours and artifacts of the American Revolution, Native Americans, and the history of Vermont.

    A Place to Call Home

    Whether you are looking for a family home, a full-time retirement home, or a vacation home, Joes Pond is a great choice for a lakefront property.