Relive those lazy days of yesteryear by the lake! This cozy 3-bedroom 1-bath seasonal camp on Malletts Bay holds all the charm and character of days gone by while including the comforts of home. Relax and watch the boats go by from the screened-in porch or take a dip in the lake off the private raft. The raft is also perfect for fishing or sunning. Blue Camp can sleep up to 8 (counting the sofa sleeper), although some guests enjoy sleeping on the screened porch for more of an outdoor experience. Limited dock space and mooring is also available for guests that want to bring their boat along. Fully equipped kitchen, dining area and living room with wood-stove for those cool nights. Quiet location is on a dead end dirt road within walking distance from the general store. For lakeside or Church Street dining, Burlington is accessible by bike (30-45 min on the community bike path), boat, or automobile (15 min). For the more adventurous, several zip lines are within 90 minutes and various restaurants are available on the NY side of Lake Champlain which can be crossed with your boat or by ferry. Bikes (4), kayaks (2), paddle board and small row boat are available for use. Other attractions include hiking trails, mountain climbing, museums, wineries, boat tours, drive-in movie theatre and more.
3 bedroom camp (cottage) with view of sheltered bay on Lake Champlain.
- Calendar last updated:
- Mar 21, 2019
Check-in: 2:00 PM
Check-out: 12:00 PM
Canceled bookings will not receive a refund
Anniversary at Malletts Bay
We had a wonderful time! It was relaxing and we were able to disconnect from our everyday lives. Beautiful location. We really enjoyed the mountain and water views!
Family of 5 Vermont Vacation
Our family of 5 enjoyed three days / nights on Lake Champlain. The children (11, 9 and 5) loved the game room (Ping Ping, foosball) and large lawn in front of the house (great for games; we used the house’s assortment of bats, balls, frisbees). My wife and I spent a lot of time soaking in the tremendous views from the screened porch. John, the Owner, lives next door and was very helpful during our stay. The house has a 1930s vibe...great for enjoying family away from modern distractions. WiFi and cable worked well. Kitchen well appointed.
beauty on the bay
sweet spot. screened porch is the best. much to do . sit and watch the boats,take kayaks out,bike ride,play ping pong,tour the area or just sleep. very clean quiet and comfy .no need to bring a thing it's all here. close stores. must have a burger at rozzi's. you will enjoy your stay.
We had a great time
There’s nothing fancy about this camp, but it’s comfortable and quaint and it more than met our needs. We made good use of the bicycles, riding them all the way into Burlington several times. Also used the kayaks almost every day, exploring for hours. The screened-in porch is a wonderful place to sit and watch the lake activities if you just want to sit. We never made use of any of the indoor extras, but with tv and dvd’s and games etc, I’m sure a rainy day wouldn’t be a problem.
Exactly as advertised, quaint rustic camp. Wonderful lake views, sunrises.
Great place to unwind. Close to bike paths, Burlington, shopping, etc.
From ping pong, FoozBall, water sports, Blue Camp has it all. Rainy days, no problem, HD TV, DVD’s, board games, cards or books etc.
If your looking to go back to the 1930’s with modern amenities, “Blue Camp” is your place. John was an attentive, welcoming host. Already booked for next year!
A very well kept cabin with a picturesque view! We enjoyed our week long stay. The weather was great, the screen porch was great. We even slept on the screen porch for 3 nights! Rode bikes to Thayer Beach and on the Causeway, kayaked around the lake and paddled boarded too!!!! Ate ice cream every night at Village Scoop. Drove to downtown Burlington and had lunch on Church Street and shopped the unique stores. The cabin is centrally located for sightseeing!
Sunset Drive-In Theatre is 2 miles away. Lake Champlain is the largest freshwater lake in the United States outside of the Great Lakes and has many picturesque islands and coves to explore. The Green Mountains of Vermont and the Adirondack Mountains of New York offer many hiking trails and scenic drives. With all of its natural beauty, low population density (second least populated state after Wyoming), and opportunities to experience the outdoors, Vermont is a popular destination spot for tourists (tourism is Vermont's largest industry).
All rental periods in June, July & August are weekly from Saturday at Noon to the following Saturday at 10:00am. This is a housekeeping cottage. There is no cleaning service so the cottage must be left in clean condition. Any bed linens or towels used during your stay must be washed and dried in the washer & dryer located on the premises, folded and returned to the dressers and closets.