Rustic Lakefront Camp Compound

A Vermont Lakeside retreat – a cottage – a cabin – and magnificent sunsets.

The compound is in a spectacular setting on Thompson’s Point and provides a great place to spend quality time with family and friends. Thompson’s Point is a historic Lake Champlain summer community with easy access to outdoor activities, beautiful lake, Adirondack views, and peaceful sunsets.  It is a short drive to the Charlotte to Essex, NY Ferry, the historic Old Brick Store, the Shelburne Museum and Shelburne Farms.

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Having a family reunion?  That’s exactly why we bought the property! We have 5 – 7 families who love to spend time together. Vermont is a prime wedding destination with, iconic scenery and down-home hospitality. Wedding parties will love the lake in the background for family photos before and after the celebrations.

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This compound allows for quiet spaces for smaller groups, open concept living spaces, and cozy sleeping nooks as well as a bunkhouse to allow the kids their own space or one of the families their quiet space.

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With children along you may want to have a quiet place where they can do a puzzle or just hang out “away from the adults.” The Bunkhouse is a haven for kids who want their own space. OR saunter down to the Cabin and curl up in front of the fireplace with a good book.

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Did we mention retreats?  Imagine a small group get-together for your company party or a place with the peaceful sounds of the water and breeze to inspire your group.

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The cottage beckons you to the spacious screen porch to gather and play games. Enjoy each other’s company over a rousing game of Hearts, Euchre, Monopoly, or our current favorite, Settlers of Catan.

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Panorama from FR-IV
Panorama from FR-IV Rustic Lakeside Camp Compound Beach

At the end of the day, you can sit on the porch, or at the beach, and enjoy a spectacular sunset across the water. Both are a perfect place to hang out on a lazy afternoon.

 

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