Alburgh Dunes State Park

Alburgh Dunes State Park became a state park in 1996.  There are sand dunes located on the natural sand beach, which is one of the longest sand beaches on Lake Champlain.  The wetland complex behind the beach is the largest black spruce bog found in Grand Isle County and is rare in this part of the state.  This is a great spot to swim and enjoy the water.

 

Directions

From the South: Take US Route 2 W.  Turn left onto VT 129 W and take the second left onto Town Highway 60.  Stay left onto Coon Point Rd and follow this for 1.5 miles.  The road will end at the parking lot for the state park.

From the North:  Take US Route 2 E.  Turn right onto VT 129 W and take the second left onto Town Highway 60.  Stay left onto Coon Point Rd and follow this for 1.5 miles.  The road will end at the parking lot for the state park.


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For more information, visit the Vermont State Parks website.