Ryder Pond


1Listings$40K-$45K$40KTotal Value
Ryder Pond, Vermont

Ryder Pond real estate is regarded as a beautiful, but lesser known, market in Vermont for lake homes and lake lots.

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    • Ownership
    • Counties: Windham County
    About Ryder Pond
    Windham County, Vermont

    Ryder Pond is in Whitingham, Vermont near the New York and Massachusetts borders. For a city trip, Albany is around 70 miles away.

    The Brattleboro Memorial Hospital is 22 miles away, and the Albany International Airport is around 70 miles away.

    Life on the Water

    Residents can enjoy life on the water at Ryder Pond! Fun lake activities await you, from boating and fishing to watersports.

    The most popular species of fish caught here are black bullhead, chain pickerel, and yellow perch.

    Around the Area

    Nothing says “Vermont” quite like maple syrup. Sprague and Son Maple offers tours of their facility and samples of different products. You can purchase products in the gift shop, and they sell delicious maple soft-serve ice cream. It's a great place to buy baked goods, try samples, and learn the process of making maple syrup!

    Across the state line in New Hampshire, take a day trip to Pisgah State Park. This park contains a forest, ponds, and multi-use hiking trails. Holding the title as New Hampshire’s largest state park, Pisgah State Park has incredible nature views, whether you are having a picnic or exploring the trails.

    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, Ryder Pond is an excellent choice.