Lake Groton

Vermont

Lake Groton, Vermont

Located in Vermont, Lake Groton real estate is a tight inventory market in the state for lake homes and land lots.

There are typically less than 10 available listings in this area at any given time.

Homes for sale near Lake Groton can range between $300,000 and $800,000 approximately, creating a total market value of around $1 million.

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  • 6Mi. of Shoreline
  • 13Avg. Depth
  • 35Deepest Depth
  • Shoreline Borders
    State Park (All)
    Mountains
  • Ownership
    Public
  • Acreage
    422
Golf Courses
(802) 476-7658
142 Drake Road
Barre, VT 05641
Public
260 Beckley Hill Road
Barre, VT 05641
Private
Campgrounds
(802) 584-3823
2278 Boulder Beach Road
Groton, VT 05046
(802) 584-3821
18 Ricker Pond Campground
Groton, VT 05046
(802) 584-3822
44 Stillwater Road
Groton, VT 05046
  • Counties: Caledonia County
  • Fish: Brown Trout, Lake Trout, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass
Hospitals
(802) 371-4100
130 Fisher Road
Barre, VT 05641
Airports
Burlington International Airport
1200 Airport Drive, South Burlington, Vermont 05403
31 miles away
Lightning Bolt Field
Cabot, Vermont 05647
8 miles away
About Lake Groton
Caledonia County, Vermont

Located in Groton, Vermont is Lake Groton. This lake is 62 miles away from Burlington International Airport, and 27 miles away from Central Vermont Medical Center. Residents can shop at Burlington Plaza Shopping Center or Shelburne Road Shopping Plaza, and grab a bite to eat at Wayside Restaurant, Bakery, and Creamery.

Life on the Lake

Residents can enjoy life on the water at Lake Groton! Popular activities here are swimming, boating, fishing, and watersports. There is also a small sand beach and fishing piers.

Species of fish common to this region are lake trout, largemouth bass, northern pike, pickerel, and rainbow trout.

Lake Groton is also home to a popular local destination, Boulder Beach State Park. This park features a sand beach and grassy areas, grills and picnic areas, a snack bar, and boat rentals.

Explore 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.

Explore Burlington

Check out the Church Street Marketplace. A great place to go for a stroll and browse the numerous shops. One of the original Ben and Jerry's ice cream shops is at the marketplace.

Next, visit the University of Vermont, featuring historic buildings, a museum, and a coffee shop. A great place to take a stroll and explore.

A Place to Call Home

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