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Snow Farm is situated on an island in the middle of Lake Champlain and therefore enjoys the micro-climate created by the sixth largest lake in the U.S. Our growing season is identical to Burgundy, France. This allows us to grow cooler climate vinifera grapes, such as Seyval Blanc, Vidal Blanc and Riesling to make into white wine. As well as our extensive reds including Leon Millot, Baco Noir, and many of our winemaker’s unique blends.
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Snow Farm Vineyard & Winery
190 West Shore Road
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Snow Farm is situated on an island in the middle of Lake Champlain and therefore enjoys the micro-climate created by the sixth largest lake in the U.S. Our growing season is identical to Burgundy, France. This allows us to grow cooler climate vinifera grapes, such as Seyval Blanc, Vidal Blanc and Riesling to make into white wine. As well as our extensive reds including Leon Millot, Baco Noir, and many of our winemaker’s unique blends.
A special little bistro nestled in the beautiful Lake Champlain Islands. Experience delicious, unpretentious food and a unique getaway in South Hero! … See More
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Blue Paddle Bistro
316 U.S. 2
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A special little bistro nestled in the beautiful Lake Champlain Islands. Experience delicious, unpretentious food and a unique getaway in South Hero! … See More
Anne opened Pan's in 1998 right next to what used to be Island Video. Her vision was to establish a convenient, casual, take-out joint serving exceptional pizza at affordable prices. For over 20 years, Anne has been doing exactly what she set out to do! "A pizza is only as good as it's crust, sauce and cheese...your favorite toppings need a great crust. From plain cheese to multiple toppings, pizza is limited only by our imagination!" ~ Anne Z (AKA The Pizza Lady) In addition to serving up the best pizza in the islands, Anne is an active member of the Island community in a myriad of other ways, including: she's an EMT on South Hero Rescue, she serves on the South Hero Select Board, she's a phenomenal artist creating beautiful drift wood sculptures, she owns Good Hope Farm (home to CHAMP,) she's the person you call if a litter of baby raccoons are living in your chimney, she's a self taught carpenter that can build literally anything, and she's a beloved mother, sister, daughter, and friend!
Pan's South Hero Pizza
326 U.S. 2
Anne opened Pan's in 1998 right next to what used to be Island Video. Her vision was to establish a convenient, casual, take-out joint serving exceptional pizza at affordable prices. For over 20 years, Anne has been doing exactly what she set out to do! "A pizza is only as good as it's crust, sauce and cheese...your favorite toppings need a great crust. From plain cheese to multiple toppings, pizza is limited only by our imagination!" ~ Anne Z (AKA The Pizza Lady) In addition to serving up the best pizza in the islands, Anne is an active member of the Island community in a myriad of other ways, including: she's an EMT on South Hero Rescue, she serves on the South Hero Select Board, she's a phenomenal artist creating beautiful drift wood sculptures, she owns Good Hope Farm (home to CHAMP,) she's the person you call if a litter of baby raccoons are living in your chimney, she's a self taught carpenter that can build literally anything, and she's a beloved mother, sister, daughter, and friend!
The mission of Candy Lab is to create unique sweets by combining innovative artisanal extracts with classic flavors and techniques.
Champlain Islands Candy Lab
6 South Street
The mission of Candy Lab is to create unique sweets by combining innovative artisanal extracts with classic flavors and techniques.
General Store & Marina, Bakery & Cafe' on beautiful North Hero Island on Lake Champlain, Vermont
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Hero's Welcome
3537 U.S. 2
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General Store & Marina, Bakery & Cafe' on beautiful North Hero Island on Lake Champlain, Vermont
Sand Bar State Park takes its name from a natural sandbar between South Hero Island in Grand Isle County and the town of Milton on the Vermont mainland. The park is on the mainland, or eastern end, of that sandbar. The sandbar itself is the result of the Lamoille River, over tens of thousands of years, washing sediment downstream from the present Lamoille Valley. The river borne material sank to the bottom as the river emptied into the lake, eventually filling the lake to create the marshland south and east of the park, and the sandbar to the west. Natural lake depths here, without the sandbar, would be over 150 feet. As it is, water depth now along the top of the sandbar to South Hero is only a couple of feet. Because of the shallow water, the route along the sandbar served as a ford from the mainland to the islands well before construction of the first bridge in 1850. Crossing that first toll bridge, built of rock, gravel, and logs laid corduroy-fashion through the marsh and along the bar, must have been an adventure. Narrow and much lower than the present causeway, it was often flooded and always needed major repairs after damage caused by shifting ice each spring. Even crossing today's wider, higher causeway, completed in 1959, can be an adventure when snow blowing across the frozen lake blocks visibility, or spray and water from crashing waves washes across the highway during storms when the lake is high. Marshland south and east of the park is part of the 1,000 acre Sand Bar Wildlife Refuge, established in 1920 and managed by the Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife. Home to beaver, muskrats, racoons, and turtles, it's a seasonal stopover for a great variety of migratory waterfowl and other birds, a waterfowl nesting area, and spawning grounds for many of the lake's fish. Hunting, fishing, and trapping are not allowed on refuge land. Sand Bar State Park began in 1933 and was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps, or CCC, a nationwide public works program created during the great economic depression of the 1930s to provide jobs and training for thousands of unemployed. Many of the parks in this country, both state and national, trace their origins to the CCC era. Sand Bar's stone bathhouse was a CCC project completed in 1935. The original 10-acre park included a small campground on the south side of the highway. As U.S. 2 became a busier and faster road, camping that close to it, and crossing back and forth, was neither desirable nor particularly safe. In 1970, a land swap gave the former campground, now a fishing access area, to the Fish and Wildlife Department and brought the park to its present 15-acre size. The useable length of the beach was doubled and the picnic area, newer bathhouse, and long parking lot were built as the park expanded east onto land acquired from the refuge. Today at Sand Bar, the smooth, sandy lake bottom remains shallow well out from shore, making this an ideal swimming spot for children. That, and the uninterrupted length of sandy beach, very high quality water in this section of the lake, and well-kept facilities in an attractive setting combine to make Sand Bar the most visited day park in the state.
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Sand Bar State Park
1215 U.S. 2
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Sand Bar State Park takes its name from a natural sandbar between South Hero Island in Grand Isle County and the town of Milton on the Vermont mainland. The park is on the mainland, or eastern end, of that sandbar. The sandbar itself is the result of the Lamoille River, over tens of thousands of years, washing sediment downstream from the present Lamoille Valley. The river borne material sank to the bottom as the river emptied into the lake, eventually filling the lake to create the marshland south and east of the park, and the sandbar to the west. Natural lake depths here, without the sandbar, would be over 150 feet. As it is, water depth now along the top of the sandbar to South Hero is only a couple of feet. Because of the shallow water, the route along the sandbar served as a ford from the mainland to the islands well before construction of the first bridge in 1850. Crossing that first toll bridge, built of rock, gravel, and logs laid corduroy-fashion through the marsh and along the bar, must have been an adventure. Narrow and much lower than the present causeway, it was often flooded and always needed major repairs after damage caused by shifting ice each spring. Even crossing today's wider, higher causeway, completed in 1959, can be an adventure when snow blowing across the frozen lake blocks visibility, or spray and water from crashing waves washes across the highway during storms when the lake is high. Marshland south and east of the park is part of the 1,000 acre Sand Bar Wildlife Refuge, established in 1920 and managed by the Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife. Home to beaver, muskrats, racoons, and turtles, it's a seasonal stopover for a great variety of migratory waterfowl and other birds, a waterfowl nesting area, and spawning grounds for many of the lake's fish. Hunting, fishing, and trapping are not allowed on refuge land. Sand Bar State Park began in 1933 and was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps, or CCC, a nationwide public works program created during the great economic depression of the 1930s to provide jobs and training for thousands of unemployed. Many of the parks in this country, both state and national, trace their origins to the CCC era. Sand Bar's stone bathhouse was a CCC project completed in 1935. The original 10-acre park included a small campground on the south side of the highway. As U.S. 2 became a busier and faster road, camping that close to it, and crossing back and forth, was neither desirable nor particularly safe. In 1970, a land swap gave the former campground, now a fishing access area, to the Fish and Wildlife Department and brought the park to its present 15-acre size. The useable length of the beach was doubled and the picnic area, newer bathhouse, and long parking lot were built as the park expanded east onto land acquired from the refuge. Today at Sand Bar, the smooth, sandy lake bottom remains shallow well out from shore, making this an ideal swimming spot for children. That, and the uninterrupted length of sandy beach, very high quality water in this section of the lake, and well-kept facilities in an attractive setting combine to make Sand Bar the most visited day park in the state.
Local beach spot
Grand Isle Town Beach
Local beach spot
The Island Line Trail ranks as one of the most scenic vistas in the world and is some of the easiest riding and walking terrains in all of Vermont. Superb biking, walking, gorgeous views, trails, farms, and good food await you along the Island Line Trail. The Trail starts south of downtown Burlington in Oakledge Park and parallels the lakeshore past nature reserves and across the Colchester Causeway via the Bike Ferry. Our specially equipped bike ferry, the Bill and Carole Hauke 2, will carry you comfortably across the 200 foot "cut" whether you are heading south from the Islands or north from the Burlington/ Colchester area.
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South Hero Bike Ferry
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The Island Line Trail ranks as one of the most scenic vistas in the world and is some of the easiest riding and walking terrains in all of Vermont. Superb biking, walking, gorgeous views, trails, farms, and good food await you along the Island Line Trail. The Trail starts south of downtown Burlington in Oakledge Park and parallels the lakeshore past nature reserves and across the Colchester Causeway via the Bike Ferry. Our specially equipped bike ferry, the Bill and Carole Hauke 2, will carry you comfortably across the 200 foot "cut" whether you are heading south from the Islands or north from the Burlington/ Colchester area.
Relaxing on the island Relaxing on the island Along with Burton Island and Woods Island state parks, Knight Island, acquired by the State in 1990, is one of three neighboring island parks in Lake Champlain's "inland sea”. This 185-acre island is a mile long and nearly a half mile wide. The park includes all but 10+ acres of private land on the island's southern tip. When on Knight Island, please respect the rights of the park neighbor and keep off the southern end. The island was farmed historically then was uninhabited for many years. It was a privately operated primitive campground through the 1980s. The owner lived year-round on the island and began a timber management program to supplement the camping operation. Under state ownership, remote area camping has been continued on seven sites dotted around the island. Land management activities are those which will keep the island unique and unspoiled.
Knight Island State Park
Relaxing on the island Relaxing on the island Along with Burton Island and Woods Island state parks, Knight Island, acquired by the State in 1990, is one of three neighboring island parks in Lake Champlain's "inland sea”. This 185-acre island is a mile long and nearly a half mile wide. The park includes all but 10+ acres of private land on the island's southern tip. When on Knight Island, please respect the rights of the park neighbor and keep off the southern end. The island was farmed historically then was uninhabited for many years. It was a privately operated primitive campground through the 1980s. The owner lived year-round on the island and began a timber management program to supplement the camping operation. Under state ownership, remote area camping has been continued on seven sites dotted around the island. Land management activities are those which will keep the island unique and unspoiled.
The beach and dunes together make up what is known as a barrier island, geologically similar to coastal formations more common along ocean shorelines. At Alburgh Dunes, the sand has come from a layer of glacial till- the soil that was left atop the low bluffs southeast of the beach when the last glacier melted. The bluffs have eroded over thousands of years, and the soil carried off by lake currents. Sand from that soil settles out in the pocket between the rocky "Point of Tongue" to the east and "Coon Point" to the west, forming the beach. Prevailing southerly winds, in the late summer and fall when lake levels are the lowest, blow the sand back from shore, forming dunes. It's a barrier between the lakeshore and the wetland behind, and an island because the beach and dunes, however slowly, continue to migrate into and over the wetland. Deposits of exposed peat are visible on the low end of the beach or in the shallow water just offshore. This peat was formed in the wetland; as the beach and dunes have moved back the peat has been overlaid by sand. Erosion from the waves continues to uncover it.
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Alburg Dunes State Park
151 Coon Point Road
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The beach and dunes together make up what is known as a barrier island, geologically similar to coastal formations more common along ocean shorelines. At Alburgh Dunes, the sand has come from a layer of glacial till- the soil that was left atop the low bluffs southeast of the beach when the last glacier melted. The bluffs have eroded over thousands of years, and the soil carried off by lake currents. Sand from that soil settles out in the pocket between the rocky "Point of Tongue" to the east and "Coon Point" to the west, forming the beach. Prevailing southerly winds, in the late summer and fall when lake levels are the lowest, blow the sand back from shore, forming dunes. It's a barrier between the lakeshore and the wetland behind, and an island because the beach and dunes, however slowly, continue to migrate into and over the wetland. Deposits of exposed peat are visible on the low end of the beach or in the shallow water just offshore. This peat was formed in the wetland; as the beach and dunes have moved back the peat has been overlaid by sand. Erosion from the waves continues to uncover it.
The property, much of it farmed and pastured through the 1800’s, is today predominately forested. Two long ridges with summits rising to over 400’ elevation run parallel along either side of a flat, sandy terrace bisecting the property. This terrace, in turn, is bisected by a brook and associated ravine. This brook, over 1000’s of years, has carried away sand and silt as the ravine was carved, depositing it into Lake Champlain and forming the sandy but shallow beach along the eastern half of the park’s shoreline. The westerly half of the park shore is of dramatically different character. Here, sheer cliffs of dolomitic limestone rise abruptly from deep water to heights exceeding 60 feet. These cliffs form the headwall of the western ridge that cuts through the park.
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Niquette Bay State Park
274 Raymond Rd
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The property, much of it farmed and pastured through the 1800’s, is today predominately forested. Two long ridges with summits rising to over 400’ elevation run parallel along either side of a flat, sandy terrace bisecting the property. This terrace, in turn, is bisected by a brook and associated ravine. This brook, over 1000’s of years, has carried away sand and silt as the ravine was carved, depositing it into Lake Champlain and forming the sandy but shallow beach along the eastern half of the park’s shoreline. The westerly half of the park shore is of dramatically different character. Here, sheer cliffs of dolomitic limestone rise abruptly from deep water to heights exceeding 60 feet. These cliffs form the headwall of the western ridge that cuts through the park.
We feature Bagel & Sandwich Specials, homemade breads and baked goods that change on a daily basis. Stop in the shop to find out what's featured that day, or give us a call ahead of time!
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Wally's Place - Bagel and Deli
260 U.S. 2
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We feature Bagel & Sandwich Specials, homemade breads and baked goods that change on a daily basis. Stop in the shop to find out what's featured that day, or give us a call ahead of time!
In 2016, Alisha Utter and Kyle Bowley put down roots in Grand Isle and started Arbor Farmstead. Their business plan included a farm market when the right space became available. Since then, they have vended produce/herbs/flowers, fruit snow cones, and wooden-wares at the Champlain Islands Farmers’ Market and Burlington Farmers’ Market each year. In light of the pandemic in 2020, Alisha and Kyle launched a produce delivery service, along with Vermont’s first veganic CSA program. They also opened an on-site farm stand in Grand Isle. On Arbor Day 2021, they opened Arbor Farm Market in a historic building in the village of South Hero.
Arbor Farm Market
324 U.S. 2
In 2016, Alisha Utter and Kyle Bowley put down roots in Grand Isle and started Arbor Farmstead. Their business plan included a farm market when the right space became available. Since then, they have vended produce/herbs/flowers, fruit snow cones, and wooden-wares at the Champlain Islands Farmers’ Market and Burlington Farmers’ Market each year. In light of the pandemic in 2020, Alisha and Kyle launched a produce delivery service, along with Vermont’s first veganic CSA program. They also opened an on-site farm stand in Grand Isle. On Arbor Day 2021, they opened Arbor Farm Market in a historic building in the village of South Hero.
The Island Craft Shop at 329 US Route 2 in South Hero Village is the oldest artisan cooperative in Grand Isle County, Vermont. It was founded in 1991 by a group of talented Champlain Island crafters including Sue Alenick, Mary Jane Healy and Ethel Schuele This is a member-owned and operated business. Over the years, the shop has moved several times and members have come and gone, but the Island Craft Shop continues to offer some of the best and most innovative Vermont products.
Island Craft Shop
329 U.S. 2
The Island Craft Shop at 329 US Route 2 in South Hero Village is the oldest artisan cooperative in Grand Isle County, Vermont. It was founded in 1991 by a group of talented Champlain Island crafters including Sue Alenick, Mary Jane Healy and Ethel Schuele This is a member-owned and operated business. Over the years, the shop has moved several times and members have come and gone, but the Island Craft Shop continues to offer some of the best and most innovative Vermont products.
eaturing a mobile wood-fired pizza trailer, scenic deck and bar overlooking Keeler Bay with 8 boat slips for pick-up & docking! Live music Thursday-Saturday nights.
Blue Paddle on the Bay
456 U.S. 2
eaturing a mobile wood-fired pizza trailer, scenic deck and bar overlooking Keeler Bay with 8 boat slips for pick-up & docking! Live music Thursday-Saturday nights.
Welcome to Kraemer & Kin, we are a family owned and operated brewery located in Grand Isle, Vermont. Since our launch in February, we have been able to navigate the curve balls of chaos and pandemic, continuing to stay the course. We are so fortunate to keep pursuing what we love. Making beer, growing hops and appreciating the communities that make it possible. We find inspiration from the natural world around us; in the fields tended by our local farmers, in our own homestead gardens and in the forests where we enjoy going to forage
Kraemer & Kin
3275 U.S. 2
Welcome to Kraemer & Kin, we are a family owned and operated brewery located in Grand Isle, Vermont. Since our launch in February, we have been able to navigate the curve balls of chaos and pandemic, continuing to stay the course. We are so fortunate to keep pursuing what we love. Making beer, growing hops and appreciating the communities that make it possible. We find inspiration from the natural world around us; in the fields tended by our local farmers, in our own homestead gardens and in the forests where we enjoy going to forage
Welcome to Allenholm Farm, a seven generation Vermont apple orchard on an island in Lake Champlain! Our farm began in 1870 when Reuben Allen and his son Horace moved to South Hero. We grow 25 acres of apples. In the summer we harvest raspberries, blueberries, and tart cherries, which can be found at our farm stand. Fall brings apple harvest and Pick-Your-Own apples. Come for a visit and meet our friendly farm animals, treat yourself to a Maple Creemee, and take home one of Papa Ray's mouth watering, homemade pies! We are open daily from late May until Dec 24th.
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Allenholm Farm
111 South Street
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Welcome to Allenholm Farm, a seven generation Vermont apple orchard on an island in Lake Champlain! Our farm began in 1870 when Reuben Allen and his son Horace moved to South Hero. We grow 25 acres of apples. In the summer we harvest raspberries, blueberries, and tart cherries, which can be found at our farm stand. Fall brings apple harvest and Pick-Your-Own apples. Come for a visit and meet our friendly farm animals, treat yourself to a Maple Creemee, and take home one of Papa Ray's mouth watering, homemade pies! We are open daily from late May until Dec 24th.
We serve Thai cuisine as well as American favorites too. We're open for lunch and dinner!
Victoria's Cafe
308 U.S. 2
We serve Thai cuisine as well as American favorites too. We're open for lunch and dinner!
Fabulous snack bar, ice cream shop, Phoenix Book nook, bakery, boutique with curious gifts, clothing and Vermont products.
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Seb's Snack Bar
297 US-2
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Fabulous snack bar, ice cream shop, Phoenix Book nook, bakery, boutique with curious gifts, clothing and Vermont products.
A Vermont Artisans’ Gallery is an artisan gallery in Grand Isle, Vermont. Located on Route 2 just north of the village in Grand Isle. The property is a quirky old farmhouse built in 1797, with lots of character and interesting spaces for displaying art and fine crafts. The five acre lot has great frontage on the highway, and lots of room for us to grow. Our goal is to provide a gallery space filled with high quality, hand-crafted work from Vermont artists and artisans. All work will be juried according to aesthetics, technical proficiency, originality, and marketability. The gallery is a retail sales venue, instructional site, as well as a common advertising tool for each artist.
Grand Isle Art Works
259 U.S. 2
A Vermont Artisans’ Gallery is an artisan gallery in Grand Isle, Vermont. Located on Route 2 just north of the village in Grand Isle. The property is a quirky old farmhouse built in 1797, with lots of character and interesting spaces for displaying art and fine crafts. The five acre lot has great frontage on the highway, and lots of room for us to grow. Our goal is to provide a gallery space filled with high quality, hand-crafted work from Vermont artists and artisans. All work will be juried according to aesthetics, technical proficiency, originality, and marketability. The gallery is a retail sales venue, instructional site, as well as a common advertising tool for each artist.
Knight Point on North Hero Island opened as a state park in 1978, but its history goes back much further. John Knight, the point's first resident, began ferry service between the islands in 1785. His family operated a ferry until the first bridge opened in 1892. The historic Knight Point house is a parks staff residence. The wooden frame wing is a reconstruction of the Knight Tavern, an inn built in 1790 for travelers crossing between the islands. The brick section of the building, added to the tavern in 1845, has an unusual two-story porch.
Knight Point State Park
44 Knight Point Rd
Knight Point on North Hero Island opened as a state park in 1978, but its history goes back much further. John Knight, the point's first resident, began ferry service between the islands in 1785. His family operated a ferry until the first bridge opened in 1892. The historic Knight Point house is a parks staff residence. The wooden frame wing is a reconstruction of the Knight Tavern, an inn built in 1790 for travelers crossing between the islands. The brick section of the building, added to the tavern in 1845, has an unusual two-story porch.
We are family owned and operated broiler chicken farm, smokehouse and farm market. We offer our own, whole, parts, raw or cooked chicken including our own KW's Wicked Good BBQ Chicken and Maple Black Pepper Chicken. We also offer five flavors of artisan chicken sausages handcrafted on site by us with our chicken. The sausage varieties are Andouille, Bratwurst, Mild Italian, Hot Italian and Chicken Breakfast sausage in links or bulk packages. The Chicken Breakfast Sausage is made using Embers' familys' pork sausage recipe. We offer a large choice of smoked cheeses, and even smoked tofu and smoked butter! We also offer a few staples like milk, eggs and butter. All food is sold cold or frozen for you take home to enjoy later.
Happy Bird Poultry Farm LLC, Smokehouse and Farm Market
568 Main Street
We are family owned and operated broiler chicken farm, smokehouse and farm market. We offer our own, whole, parts, raw or cooked chicken including our own KW's Wicked Good BBQ Chicken and Maple Black Pepper Chicken. We also offer five flavors of artisan chicken sausages handcrafted on site by us with our chicken. The sausage varieties are Andouille, Bratwurst, Mild Italian, Hot Italian and Chicken Breakfast sausage in links or bulk packages. The Chicken Breakfast Sausage is made using Embers' familys' pork sausage recipe. We offer a large choice of smoked cheeses, and even smoked tofu and smoked butter! We also offer a few staples like milk, eggs and butter. All food is sold cold or frozen for you take home to enjoy later.
We are open everyday 12-8pm. We have hard and soft ice cream, milkshakes, banana splits, every sundae you could imagine, and come inside to check out our goodies. We only accept cash. There is an ATM inside for your convenience!
Devyns Creemee Stand
We are open everyday 12-8pm. We have hard and soft ice cream, milkshakes, banana splits, every sundae you could imagine, and come inside to check out our goodies. We only accept cash. There is an ATM inside for your convenience!
We have fresh baked goods, large selection of beer, wine, & liquor and the freshest produce! Whatever youre looking for, you can find at Keelers Bay Variety.
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Keeler's Bay Variety Store Inc. & State Liquor Store
500 U.S. 2
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We have fresh baked goods, large selection of beer, wine, & liquor and the freshest produce! Whatever youre looking for, you can find at Keelers Bay Variety.
The Hyde Log Cabin is a historic log cabin on U.S. Route 2 in Grand Isle, Vermont, United States. It was built in 1783, and occupied by the Hyde family for 150 years. Believed to be one of the oldest log cabins in the US, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1971.
Hyde Log Cabin & Schoolhouse
The Hyde Log Cabin is a historic log cabin on U.S. Route 2 in Grand Isle, Vermont, United States. It was built in 1783, and occupied by the Hyde family for 150 years. Believed to be one of the oldest log cabins in the US, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1971.
Saint Anne's Shrine is a Roman Catholic shrine in Isle La Motte, Vermont, on the shores of Lake Champlain. The shrine is located several miles south of the Canada–US border, on Shrine Road, near U.S. Route 2. The shrine is run by the Edmundite Fathers in cooperation with the Diocese of Burlington.
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Saint Anne’s Shrine
92 St Annes Rd
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Saint Anne's Shrine is a Roman Catholic shrine in Isle La Motte, Vermont, on the shores of Lake Champlain. The shrine is located several miles south of the Canada–US border, on Shrine Road, near U.S. Route 2. The shrine is run by the Edmundite Fathers in cooperation with the Diocese of Burlington.