2 BR cottage direct frontage on quiet 81 acre pond. Remote but close, great base camp for canoeing, kayaking, cyclist, hikers, etc. 100 foot lake front, mostly new furnishings, clean and comfortable. Camp is in furnished and delivered with full kitchen, linens and basics provided and easy to drop in with groceries and bathing suits, but owners live nearby in case of service needs. Pets are negotiable, but carpeted floors and nearby woods may mean it's best to leave Rover at home. Metcalf Pond is a deep water pond offering terrific swimming, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, and small motor boats, (No personal watercraft permitted), and real Vermont solitude with a views of Mt Mansfield and proximity to Stowe, Smugglers Notch, Burlington, and Canada. Like our family and friends you simply won't be able to help but love it here.
Metcalf Pond covers 81 acres in Fletcher, Vermont just 25 miles from Burlington and the Canadian Border this camp offers a great base location for any vacation plans. Vermont's Green Mountains offer a wide variety of recreational opportunities for the cyclist, hiker, boater, fisherman, and any outdoor enthusiast. Our little cabin contains 4 rooms and small bathroom w/shower. It is fully furnished with 1 full-size bed, two full-size futon couch/beds (one in living room) and one twin bed. All furnishings are new or only gently used. Dishes and linens are provided. Even books, puzzles, kids fishing gear and 2 canoes,a sunfish sailboat and old rowboat are here to enjoy. Even our teenagers love to fish, tan, play ball on the gently sloping lawn, read, and roast marshmallows over the campfire! All you need to bring is some eats and drinks to enjoy your stay.
Mark Lives and works in Vermont, usually involved in local theater as well as home remodeling and various other consulting work.
Kalee works in RI but loves to come home to Vermont because it is always like being on vacation here.
Long story of course, but the short of it is we love the view, we love surroundings, we love the cottage and sharing it with others who love it too.
For us this is a close get away. Taking just a short time to set up for use and then extremely peaceful and beautiful, whether just sitting by the lake, enjoying a canoe or sail or sitting indoors and hearing raindrops on the roof. We never want to leave.
What to do in Northern Vermont in Spring, Summer and Fall? A wealth of local activities abound both indoors and out. First our little camp offers swimming, fishing, canoeing, paddleboat and sailing, bocce and crocquet outdoors and reading, puzzles, and games inside. Then there are quiet walks, biking, nearby hiking and all of Vermont's outdoor attractions. Local towns are rich in shops, yard sales, dining, theatre, churches, music, dancing, farm tours and cultural, etc. Local resorts sponsors weekly activities that are often open to the public. We are developing an activities guide to leave in the camp. This guide will hold brochures and information on the special activities and events we have collected and leave room for you to add on, so those who follow know what you think is special about Metcalf Pond and the surrounding region. Several publications and websites offer more info on local activities and special events. Contact us for more information if you desire.
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