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To reach Island Pond Vermont - northbound on I-91 take exit 23 at Lyndonville, VT.
Continue north though the town on Route 5 to Junction of VT 114
Stay on 114 all the way through Burke and keep on 114 until you come to Island Pond. This is a long, curvy road, app 20 minutes.
NOTE: Please drive slow in Island Pond. Wait three seconds at stop signs, use turn signals, and do not speed. We have a strict by the books town constable..... Patrolled By Teddy
Come to the only stop sign in town, wait five seconds...., go about 50 yards and turn right, the pond will be on your right and the railroad station on your left.
Drive up a ramp/bridge and immediately turn left onto South Street (Pepins Garage is on your right), drive up South Street about 250 yards.
Next, turn right on to Mountain Street.
The Avalon Inn is on the right hand side. You will see Avalon signs.
If you are coming via snowmobile, then we are right across from the lumber yard in Island Pond, right near the railroad tracks, trail 114C. Cross the road, turn left, and you have arrived!
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MORE INFO ABOUT ISLAND POND AND THE NORTHEAST KINGDOM:
The Northeast Kingdom may be an unspoiled and wild land. Yet, it isn't hard to get to the Avalon. We are closer then you think. So what are you waiting for? Island Pond is the Snowmobiling Capital of the East! Book now, weekends are filling up fast!
The Northeast Kingdom has been coined one of the best places in the United States for outdoor activities. We have incredible snowmobiling, two ski areas close by Burke Mountain, and Jay Peak which gets more 351" of annual snow a year more then Vail, Steamboat, and Killington.
We also have incredible kayaking, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, fly-fishing, and did we mention, SNOWMOBILING....Oh yeah, we did... Every season is a joy to see and there are activities for every season, every ability, and every skill level. So, what are you waiting for? You aren't that far away from us!!
Island Pond is close to the convergence of two major interstate highways (I-91 & I-93). We also have one major secondary highway (US Route 2). Furthermore, we are only an hour and a half away from Montreal, Canada and about three hours away from the airport in Burlington, VT.
Think people aren't close by? Well, there are approximately 75 million people living within one day's drive. Thus, Island Pond and the Northeast Kingdom are where dreams come true! Why not join us for a fun filled weekend with other folks enjoying the outdoors?