Button Bay State Park

Button Bay State Park was once a farm that became a state park in 1964.  It is named for the clay deposits found along the Lake Champlain shoreline that resemble buttons.  In addition to boating, fishing, and swimming access, this state park has a short walking trail, a nature center, and a campground.

 

Directions

From the South:  Take VT 22A N.  Before reaching Vergennes, take a left on Panton Rd and follow this for about 1.5 miles.  Take a right on Basin Harbor Rd and follow this for about 4.5 miles.  Turn left onto Button Bay Rd and the entrance to the park will be on your right in about 1/2 a mile.

From the North:  Take US Route 7 S.  Take a right on VT 22A N.  After passing through Vergennes, turn right on Panton Rd and follow this for about 1.5 miles.  Take a right on Basin Harbor Rd and follow this for about 4.5 miles.  Turn left onto Button Bay Rd and the entrance to the park will be on your right in about 1/2 a mile.

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For more information, visit the Vermont State Parks website.