Island Pond is the perfect place for kayaking, canoeing and boating! There are so many wonderful rivers and lakes in and near Island Pond for boaters and paddlers to enjoy. Island Pond lake and the Clyde River are in the heart of the village. Nearby offerings include the Connecticut River, Lake Willoughby, Little and Big Averill Lakes, Forest Lake, Lake Memphremagog, Maidstone Lake, and more!

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Just to the East of Island Pond – New England’s longest waterway, the Connecticut River, provides over four hundred miles of canoe and kayak exploration. With its consistently navigable waters, few portages or difficult rapids, and a rich and…

Island Pond Lake is just over 600 acres and features a five-mile forested shoreline that is dotted with lakeside cottages and year-round homes. The village of Island Pond occupies the northwest shore, The large lake allows for motorboats, making…

Maidstone Lake was created when glacial ice carved out a deep basin in a preexisting valley. When the last glaciers melted 12,000 years ago, a deep, clear, cold lake was formed. The lake offers good lake trout and salmon fishing and has had some…

The Northern Forest Canoe Trail (NFCT) links the waterways of New York, Vermont, Québec, New Hampshire and Maine and it runs directly through Island Pond along the Clyde River. NFCT offers maps, books, and web-based tools to help you connect to our…

The Northwoods Stewardship Center offers a wide variety of general interest community programs. Each month programs may include: natural history lectures, woodworking courses, guided ski or canoe trips, musicians, storytellers, land stewardship and…

The Clyde River originates in Spectacle Pond, which is located in Brighton. It flows from there through Island Pond from the north end of Island Pond to the west. It proceeds towards Charleston, in a northwesterly direction and falls into Lake…