Lake Derby


1Listings$115K-$120K$115KTotal Value
Lake Derby, Vermont

Lake Derby real estate is a top twenty market for lake homes and land in Vermont.

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    • Ownership
    • Counties: Orleans County
    About Lake Derby
    Orleans County, Vermont

    Lake Derby is in Derby, Vermont, not far from the Canadian border. For a city trip, Montpelier is 65 miles away.

    The North Country Hospital is under 10 miles away, and the Burlington International Airport is under 90 miles away.

    Residents heading into town can visit the University Mall and a variety of local restaurants, such as Vermont Pie & Pasta Company.

    On the Water Fun

    Spanning a relatively small distance, Lake Derby is the perfect place to kick back and relax.

    There is plenty to entertain residents on Lake Derby. Residents can swim or canoe around the lake, and anglers will love the local populations of bass and pickerel.

    Explore Derby

    Those looking for fun off the water can discover everything Derby has to offer residents.

    One popular attraction is Huskies in the Kingdom, where visitors can have a once-in-a-lifetime experience dog sledding down the trails.

    Another popular attraction is Clyde River Recreation, where visitors can have fun kayaking or raft down the rapids.

    Visit Montpelier

    While in Montpelier, 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 is 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, Lake Derby is an excellent choice for a lake home property!