Discover the Biggest Lakes in Vermont!

We will explore the biggest lakes in Vermont and other facts.

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Caspian Lake

The 757.8-acre lake is a spectacular view in the vicinity with a public boat launch and town beach for water skiing.

Maidstone Lake

The picturesque 796-acre Maidstone Lake is a great location to visit for peaceful recreational activities.

Lake Saint Catherine

The gorgeous shoreline of this 930-acre lake in Vermont makes it a popular relaxation place country-wide.

Lake Dunmore

Lake Dunmore is a freshwater lake in Vermont’s Addison County encompassing 985 acres of surface water and straddles the towns of Salisbury and Leicester. 

Lake Carmi

Lake Carmi is the fourth biggest natural lake fully within Vermont, with a surface size of 1,375 acres. It is 7.5 miles in circumference and is 33 feet deep at its deepest point.

Lake Willoughby

Lake Willoughby is 1,687-acre wide, 184-feet deep, and situated at 1,171 feet above sea level. As a result, it is extraordinarily clean and freezes considerably later in the year than other lakes in the vicinity.


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