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This park is situated on the shores of Lake Champlain, in northern Vermont. The long lake forms the border between Vermont and New York. The town nearest to the park is the small municipality of Ferrisburgh. The nearest larger town is Vergennes, which lies less than 10 miles to the east. The nearest larger city is Burlington, found around 30 miles to the north.

The primary activities available here revolve around the nearby, large lake. However, there are others that can be enjoyed, such as hiking, camping, picnicking, and experiencing the autumn colors this area is famous for during the fall leaf season. The park gets its name from the clay deposits, that resemble buttons, that are found along the shores of the lake.

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Getting Outdoors

Renting an RV at this park will allow you to enjoy the large variety of activities available here. A Nature Center, complete with a park interpreter, is offered for guests during the busier months. Here, information on the history of the park and the ecosystems it encompasses is featured. Hands-on programs are also available for children.

Lake Champlain provides plenty of fun activities, all on its own. These include fishing, swimming, and various water sports. Beach access is available that makes for easy swimming access, and helps people escape from the hot, summer sun. Paddlesports can also be enjoyed. Equipment rentals are available for rent from local vendors. The lake is also a prime place for birdwatching throughout the year. Migrations of various species are common during certain months as well.

There are plenty of hiking trails that trek through the park, including locations such as Button Point Natural Area, Button Island and a nearby peninsula, that all make up portions of the park grounds. The trails allow visitors to tour the hardwood forests that are common to this part of the county. Picturesque views of the nearby mountains and lake are available from many of these areas as well.

Camping at Button Bay State Park

This state park makes camping with an RV a breeze. A large campground is offered, which provides scenic views of the nearby lake and the Adirondack Mountains that surround it.

There are numerous campsites available at the park, many of which can accommodate various sizes of RV's. In addition to these, this park features a unique lodging option not found at many parks around the country, lean-to's. These structures are comprised of three walls and a roof, with one side left open.

Bathhouses are available that feature coin-operated showers and flush toilets. A swimming pool, manned by lifeguards, is offered during the warmer months as well. Pets are also welcome at the park. As it provides easy access to a wide variety of activities, many people enjoy RV camping at Button Bay State Park, so it shouldn't be difficult to locate any amenities you may need.

Exploring the Area

When you book an RV in Addison County, you will find that there are activities available locally that the whole family can enjoy. Various charter tours are offered on Lake Champlain. These include site-seeing, fishing, and even tours of shipwrecks that have occurred on the large lake. State park RV camping will let you enjoy attractions found throughout the local area.

The Lake Champlain Maritime Museum is in Vergennes. This site features the history of the fishing and shipping culture of the local area thanks to the lake, nearby. Hands-on learning activities are available for children. The site is only open during the summer months.

Rokeby is a museum found in nearby Ferrisburgh. This historic home dates back to the 1800s. It was the family home of several Quaker artists from the local area. The history of the local region is also showcased here, including the home's importance to the Underground Railroad. Guided tours are available. The surrounding grounds are open to being toured as well.

This is a relatively rural area, but there are plenty of grocery stores and gas stations available in Vergennes. These make for quick stops, where you can fill up on any needed supplies. Several restaurants, specializing in local fare, dot the area as well.

If you've been looking for a great place to experience the beauty of northern Vermont, that gives you the chance to participate in a wide variety of activities, consider camping at Button Bay State Park. Play on the lake for the day, take a tour of a local museum or take a hike through the nearby forests. Camp in an RV near Vergennes and enjoy visiting this New England state.

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