Select a perfect location for your Lake Bomoseen Vacation. You will be able to chose a unique Lake Bomoseen Vacation Rental accommodation for you and your families needs. From rustic and quaint cabins to Vacation Homes with top amenities, There are approximately 1,000 residences around the lake, as well as restaurants and other commercial facilities.
Lake Bomoseen is the largest freshwater lake in Vermont that is fully contained within Vermont's boundaries. It is located near Rutland, VT between the towns of Castleton and Hubbardton. Covering a surface area of approximately 2,400 acres the lake was formed by glaciation and has an average and maximum depth of 27 ft.
A portion of the lake's shoreline is contained within Bomoseen State Park. Most of the remaining area around the lake is privately owned. The lake has such recreational accommodations as a public beach, marinas, and public boat launches, in addition to the state park.
Bomoseen State Park is 3,576-acre park is located in the Taconic Mountains on the shores of Lake Bomoseen. The park contains several quarry holes as the area was historically utilized for slate mining and production. These quarries are now an integral part of the State Parks natural wonders.
Lake Bomoseen State Park first opened to the public in 1960, and encompassed more than 2,000 acres providing hiking trails & wildlife-viewing opportunities. Boating, fishing and swimming are lake Bomoseen's primary attractions.
The Lake Bomoseen State Park Provides the Following: