3 bedroom camp (cottage) with view of sheltered bay on Lake Champlain.
Check-in: 2:00 PM
Check-out: 12:00 PM
Parties/events must not disturb neighbors
Smoking not allowed under any roofed area of camp.
Prior approval from owner required when booking.
Minimum age of primary renter:21
Max guests:8 (sleeps up to 8 adults)
Swim in lake at Own Risk. No life guard on duty.
Use Boats & Bicycles at own risk. Wear life jackets when in boats and wear helmets when operating bicycles.
As part of your post-stay inspection, verify boats, bicycles, in good condition, confirm smoke detectors are functioning and windows & doors locked.
Canceled bookings will not receive a refund
Beautiful views, comfortable and cozy sleeping.
We stayed for a weekend- the last in October- it was cozy and very comfortable for our family of 5. The views from front porch are beautiful! Wished we had longer.
Our favorite part of the cabin was the amazing views from the screened in porch. It was clean, tidy with plenty of amenities. Although it was too cold to use the kayaks or the bikes, its wonderful that they are included in the cabin. What I didn't realize when I booked the cottage/cabin that it really is a cabin - meaning that there was only a ceiling in the bathroom and living areas. All the bedrooms had open ceilings so you could hear everyone in their rooms. Which was fine! Unless you wanted more privacy. My mistake for not understanding the word "cabin". LOL! All around wonderful place. Enjoyed it immensely!
Wonderful week, wonderful weather, great screened in porch. Lots to do in town and in Burlington.
First we'd like to say John was very accommodating when we were trying to decide if we wanted to bring our pontoon boat. He replied quickly with suggestions and ideas. The camp was extremely well equipped with everything one could possibly need right down to an ironing board and new looking dog bed. It was fun to discover the ping pong table & foosball in the basement too! Kitchen is well stocked with spices, salt & pepper, pots, pans etc. Appliances were good quality throughout camp. We opted to sleep on the sofa bed finding the living room more comfortable.The only reason we didn't give it 5 stars was that to be honest our first impression was not great. The outside of the camp itself could use some TLC especially apparent when you look at neighboring homes. Even giving the trim alone a new coat of paint would really give it a more kept appearance. The bed pillows, seat cushions and some of the rugs have seen better days too. We realize it is a camp and wouldn't expect everything to "be just so" But a few touches of TLC would help the blue camp quite a bit in our opinion. It would also be helpful to have an instruction sheet for the remote on the TV. We don't own a TV and found it hard to figure out. We enjoyed our stay and being "locals" it was nice to be close to the bike path and Burlington if we wanted to get out. We only ended up taking a bike ride but otherwise never left the camp. After the first afternoon we were able to make it "ours" and we have a great time.
The view from the porch is beautiful. My family spent a lot of time out there, especially in the morning. The house itself is cute and cozy. It was very relaxing, and even though there are houses nearby, we felt like we had a lot of privacy. We had fun with the ping pong and football tables downstairs, and my husband loved kayaking on the bay. The location of the property was perfect for our week since there is so much to do and see nearby, and any hiking we wanted to do wasn’t a far drive either.
Second stay at the blue camp.
Another great stay at the blue camp. The amenities and John's hospitality are outstanding. Highly recommended.
Sunset Drive-In Theatre is 2 miles away. Lake Champlain is the largest freshwater lake in the United States outside of the Great Lakes and has many picturesque islands and coves to explore. The Green Mountains of Vermont and the Adirondack Mountains of New York offer many hiking trails and scenic drives. With all of its natural beauty, low population density (second least populated state after Wyoming), and opportunities to experience the outdoors, Vermont is a popular destination spot for tourists (tourism is Vermont's largest industry).