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North Hartland Lake Beach (vt)

North Hartland Lake is a US Army Corps of Engineers day use facility located on the Ottauquechee River in North Hartland, VT. Close to the towns of Lebanon, New Hampshire, and Hartford, Vermont, North Hartland Lake is a popular destination for outdoor recreation in the Upper Valley.

The three picnic pavilions at North Hartland Lake can accommodate from 65 to 100 people each. Flush toilets are located close to the three pavilions, while portable toilets are provided at the beach area. A concrete boat launch is available for trailered boats as well as canoes and kayaks. Picnic tables and grills are dispersed throughout the park.

Quechee State Park provides opportunities for tent and RV camping as well as hiking. The Quechee Gorge is also a great area for sightseeing and exploring.

The North Hartland Lake Day Use Area provides a sandy swimming beach and boat access to the Ottauquechee River. Shaded areas and open lawns provide a variety of picnic opportunities.

Swimming, fishing, paddling, and boating are all popular activities at North Hartland Lake. A playground, horseshoe pits, volleyball nets, picnic tables and grills are available for all to enjoy. Family gatherings and events are also popular at any of the three picnic pavilions.

  • Beach Access
  • Boat Ramp
  • Flush Toilets
  • Parking Area
  • Playground
  • Swimming
  • Viewing Platform/Overlk
  • ATM
  • Auto Repair Shop
  • Bait Shop
  • Canoe Rentals

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P.O. Box 55, North Hartland, VT 05052

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