Laurel Lake

Vermont

Laurel Lake, Vermont

Located in Vermont, Laurel Lake real estate is a beautiful, but lesser known, market in the state for lake homes and lake lots.

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    • Counties: Windham County
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    About Laurel Lake
    Windham County, Vermont

    Laurel Lake is in Whitingham, Vermont, and isn't far from the Massachusetts border.

    This lake is 65 miles away from Albany International Airport and only 20 miles away from Brattleboro Memorial Hospital.

    Residents can shop at Green Mountain Shopping Plaza and grab a bite to eat at The Village Roost or The Maple Leaf Tavern.

    Life on the Water

    Residents can enjoy life on the water at Laurel Lake! Swimming, boating, fishing, and watersports are all possible here.

    Anglers on Laurel Lake can expect to catch trout, largemouth bass, bluegill, and yellow perch.

    Around the Area

    Just north of Laurel Lake is Molly Stark State Park, a recreational area along scenic Route 9 with hiking trails, campsites, and a picnic/grilling pavilion. The trails in the park are well marked and lead to scenic mountain views.

    The Southern Vermont Natural History Museum showcases a wide collection of early 20th-century birds and mammals.

    Visit Albany

    Albany, the capital of New York, is perfect for an exhilarating daycation that any lake resident will enjoy.

    Visitors can learn the monumental heritage of the Navy by touring the USS Slater DE-766, the restored Cannon-class destroyer that was decommissioned in 1991.

    Those seeking even more knowledge can further their adventure at the New York State Museum, which offers a variety of exhibits free of charge!

    Washington Park is a city oasis designed by Frederick Law Olmsted. Take a stroll around the lake and over the beautiful Victorian bridge. The nearby Moses Fountain is surrounded by thousands of gorgeous tulips in the spring.

    The Albany Institute of History and Art is one of the oldest museums in North America and offers a glimpse of what life was like in old Albany and the Upper Hudson Valley through an amazing collection of furniture, clothing, paintings, and photographs, all celebrating the importance of this region in American history.

    A Place to Call Home

    Whether you are looking to buy a family home, a full-time retirement residence, or a waterfront property, Laurel Lake is an excellent choice.