Explore Vermont's western shores and aquatic venues, including bays, rocky coves, and riverways. For an unforgettable kayaking or canoe camping experience, head to Burton Island, a 253-acre Vermont State Park accessible only by boat. Paddlers won't want to miss the Northern Forest Canoe Trail, which winds through the Missisquoi River, Champlain Islands, Vermont's Inland Sea, and the Adirondacks. To the southeast, Waterbury Reservoir offers early-season warmth and peaceful exploration opportunities, while Shelburne Pond provides a serene spot for paddling, fishing, and birdwatching with a nearby boat launch. With hundreds of boat launches to choose from, Vermont offers endless adventure opportunities to inspire your next outing.