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Kayaking and Canoeing in Stowe, VT

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4 out of 5 based on 2 ratings

No development crowds the shores of Waterbury Reservoir, a body of water large enough for a lot of paddling, yet na... trails.com

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Waterbury Reservoir

Waterbury, VT

The Waterbury Reservoir is a man made lake that crosses the town boundaries of Waterbury and Stowe. The put in i... trailpeak.com

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Waterbury Reservoir

Waterbury, VT

This large reservoir offers an extended paddling opportunity, but we prefer to avoid the reservoir’s two southern a... trails.com

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Green River Reservoir

Morrisville, VT

Green River Reservoir is Vermont's Newest State Park as of 3/99. The Reservoir is 653 acres with about 19 MILES o... paddling.net

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Mollys Falls

Marshfield, VT

3 out of 5 based on 1 ratings

Nestled among forested hillsides, this largest body of water in the area, also known as Marshfield Lake, actually l... trails.com

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This reservoir seems larger than its 89 acres because you can paddle the inlet stream for quite a distance, back up... trails.com

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Green River Reservoir, located in northcentral Vermont, remains the premier paddling destination in Vermont and a r... trails.com

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Ricker Pond is within the Groton (VT) State Forest System, which contains numerous lakes and ponds and 25,000 acr... paddling.net

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A dammed-up section of the Lamoille River—which itself offers fine paddling, though with rapids— Arrowhead Mountain... trails.com

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Lamoille River

Fairfax, VT

This trip starts at the bottom of Fairfax Falls off to the the side of Route 104. It starts out a bit fast, then... trailpeak.com

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Colchester Pond

Colchester, VT

4 out of 5 based on 2 ratings

we have seen great blue heron, muskrat, and beaver while visiting this shallow, marshy pond. Protected from develop... trails.com

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Long Pond

Greensboro, VT

1 out of 5 based on 1 ratings

Besides forested hillsides and a northern white cedar swamp, you might see beaver, otter, and moose in this remote ... trails.com

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Peacham Pond

Peacham, VT

Although Peacham Pond suffers from some development, it sits in a gorgeous postcard-like setting. Because of motorb... trails.com

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Shelburne Pond

Shelburne, VT

4 out of 5 based on 2 ratings

Shelburne Pond is used by many groups for outdoor education, and with good reason. It lacks development, and its li... trails.com

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Flagg Pond

Wheelock, VT

Northern bog vegetation fills the hummocks and shore of this small out-of-the-way pond. This is a great place to st... trails.com

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Kettle and Osmore Ponds nestle among the hillsides of Groton State Forest. While water is the main attraction here,... trails.com

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Located in the heart of Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom, the small, out-of-the-way Flagg Pond rarely sees many visitors... trails.com

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4 out of 5 based on 4 ratings

Circling Indian Brook Reservoir is like taking a leisurely stroll. It is not uncommon to meet locals out for a walk... trails.com

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Little Hosmer Pond

Craftsbury Common, VT

Looking for a pleasant weekend of paddling but prefer to be pampered a bit with hot meals, showers, and lodging? Co... trails.com

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Although road noise impinges on parts of the pond, this is still a good place to paddle. you will likely see loons,... trails.com

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