Colchester, Vermont 05439
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Colchester, Vermont is located north of Vermont’s largest city of Burlington, on the shore of Lake Champlain, and is home to many wholesale suppliers and manufacturers. Colchester is the fourth largest municipality in Vermont. Colchester was settled by two of Vermont’s most famous pioneers, Ira Allen and Remember Baker.
Hampton Inn Burlington, 42 Lower Mountain View Drive, Colchester, VT 05446
Hampton Inn Burlington is located off Interstate 89 in Colchester, Vermont. Enjoy the natural beauty of Lake Champlain, and the Adirondack and Green mountains. Picnic on North Beach or drive to ski areas such as Stowe and Sugarbush in the winter. Visit Shelburne, home of the Vermont Teddy Bear Factory, and Shelburne Museum, where 150,000 works of art are displayed in 39 buildings on 45 acres of scenic property. Savor ice cream after a fun-filled tour of Ben & Jerry’s Factory, 30 miles from this Colchester, VT hotel.
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Colchester, Vermont borders Lake Champlain. The view of Mallets Bay from Bayside Park is spectacular. Colchester is named for the Earl of Colchester. The Mallets Bay Causeway, a former railroad bed is now a popular walking path. Saint Michael’s College is located here. St. Michael’s College, VT Public Radio, and the VT Youth Orchestra all call Colchester home. Colchester is located on the shores of Malletts Bay, part of Lake Champlain. Colchester has many parks that offer hiking, tennis courts and other outdoor activities. Colchester is also home to the Colchester Chronicle bi-monthly newspaper.
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Colchester Town Offices: 802-654-0764
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