Deerfield River
From Stratton Mountain in VT to Greenfield Massachusetts.  Visit www.deerfieldriver.org for more information and maps.   Green Mountain National Forest, Stratton, VT
Connecticut River
The largest river in New England that runs through the Green Mountains in Vermont, White mountains in New Hampshire and a very small part of Quebec.  It also runs through Western Connecticut to New Yo...
Gale Meadows Pond
The man-made pond is 195-acre's.  Boat launch is located at the easternmost point of the pond off Haven Hill Road in Londonderry.  Parking on the shoulder of the Winhall Hallow Road, which bisects the...
Grout Pond
Grout Pond Recreation Area is sixteen hundred acres of the Green Mountain National Forest with 10 miles of multipurpose trails.    Green Mountain National Forest, Stratton, VT 05360
Harriman Reservoir
The reservoir extends about 10 miles from Wilmington to Whitingham in Southern Vermont.   Wilmington/Whitingham, Vermont
Lake Raponda
Lake Raponda is 121 acres. No jet ski's allowed.   Wilmington, VT 05363
Townshend Dam Recreation Area
Boat ramp available. Long sandy beach with picnic area, hiking trails, ball field and restrooms. Smallmouth bass, brown and rainbow trout are stocked. Located on the West River.
Somerset Reservoir
Somerset Reservoir is an 8.5 mile long lake surrounded by National Forest land with great mountain views of Stratton and Mount Snow.   Green Mountain National Forest, Somerset, Vermont.
West River
The West River is a tributary of the Connecticut River; about 53.8 miles long.   Runs through local towns in Vermont, such as: Weston, Londonderry, Jamaica, Townshend, Brookline, Newfane, Dummerston a...

 

Click on the map for more information about each
location or click here for a complete interactive map.


View Fishing Holes & Rivers in a larger map

Timber Creek Staff

Phone: 802-464-0259 

  frontdesk@timbercreek-vt.com

P.O. Box 670 • Route 100 West Dover, VT 05356

Copyright 2011 © Timber Creek.  All Rights Reserved.
Go to top