Alburgh Lakeshore Park

Alburgh Lakeshore Park Shoreline

Alburgh Lakeshore Park protects undeveloped Lake Champlain shoreline and provides users with access to Lake Champlain. When improvements are made along the East Alburgh Recreational Rail-Trail, it will provide cyclists and walkers easy access to connect from the Village of Alburgh parking lot to Lake Champlain right through the Mud Creek Waterfowl Area. Alburgh Lakeshore Park is located in Alburgh, VT just south of the new Route 78 bridge.


From the South: Take I-89 N, take Exit 21, and turn left onto VT-78 W toward US 7/Swanton.  At the T intersection with US 7, turn right and follow Grand Ave through town (road will turn into Depot St).  At the stop sign, take a right onto N River St.  Follow this road for about 7 miles. Cross the bridge over the lake and take the first left right after the bridge.  Follow this road and take your first left onto E Alburgh Rd.  Follow this road a short distance and take your first left and follow the road around a large curve.  This road will dead end at the parking lot of Alburgh Lakeshore Park.

From northern New York:  Take Route US 2 E and cross the bridge to Vermont.  Turn left onto VT-78 E and follow for 2.5 miles.  Turn right onto Town Hwy 13 and follow this road straight and around a large curve.  This road will dead end at the parking lot of Alburgh Lakeshore Park.

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The Lake Champlain Land Trust worked with community leaders, including Bob Creller and the rest of the Alburgh Selectboard, and our partners to purchase and save this incredible section of Lake Champlain frontage before it was to be developed in 2007.  The Lake Champlain Land Trust and Vermont Housing and Conservation Board retained a conservation agreement (also known as a conservation easement) before donating the land to the Town of Alburgh.

The bike path crosses private roads along the route to the village so please be careful crossing roads and respect private property off of the trail.


Alburgh Lakeshore Park was conserved in partnership with the Town of Alburgh, Vermont Housing and Conservation Board, Local Motion, and the Lake Champlain Land Trust.