Named after one of the original settlers of Barnet, Vermont, Colonel Alexander Harvey, Harvey’s Lake is a spectacular hideaway in the heart of Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom.
The pristine lake is known as a fisherman’s paradise, where rainbow trout are plentiful. The lake’s clear waters are also ideal for boating, kayaking, windsurfing, canoeing and swimming. For others, reading a book by the lake is the perfect form of relaxation.
West Barnet, South of St. Johnsbury, 10 fully furnished cabins on Harvey’s Lake.