Ferrisburgh; Addison County 285 Acres
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Kingsland Bay State Park is located on the shores of Lake Champlain in the Town of Ferrisburgh. This day use park offers picnicking, hiking, canoeing/kayaking all in a beautiful location. An historic banquet hall is available to rent for events.
The state park is home to a State Designated Natural Area on McDonough Point and Hulbert Point to the south. The cliff communities are home a diverse flora including rare and uncommon plants.
The McDonough Point Trail leads hikers along the shore at the top of the cliffs with spectacular views of the adjacent lake. One designated campsite on the Champlain Paddler’s Trail is located on the northern side of Hulbert Point.
- Kingsland Bay State Park Map and Guide
- Information on hunting, fishing and trapping in Vermont
- Using State Lands for Recreation
- FPR Recreation Activities
The long-range management plan for Button Bay State Park was developed in 1984.