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Bolton Potholes
1 Bolton Valley Access Road
BoltonVT

Ages: 5 and up

Bolton Potholes is a popular spot made up of 5 waterfalls that each create their own pool of water. The last one also has a rocky beach. As one of the closest swimming holes to Burlington, it can be very popular on warm summer days. Head upstream to get away from the crowds.

The Joiner Brook runs alongside the Bolton Valley Access Road that heads north towards the Bolton Valley Ski Resport.

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Falls of Lana
JCT of Kelsey Lane and VT Rt 53
Lake DunmoreVT

Ages: 8 and up

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Fosters Swimming Hole
Notchbrook Road
StoweVT

Ages: 5 - 14+

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Lareau Swimming Hole
44.17727 -72.83306
WaitsfieldVT

Ages: 0 and up

Located off Route 100 across from Lareau Farm Inn, this swimming hole offers a little something for everyone. Shallow waters near the shore are great for little ones learning how to tread water, while directly across the river, rocks provide a seven-foot-tall platform to leap into a 12-foot-deep water for the older, bolder crowd.

Bring a picnic and a blanket--it also boasts a sandy bank, grass picnic area, parking and toilet faciliti...

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Natural Area at Shelburne Pond
1000 Pond Road
ShelburneVT

Ages: 0 - 14+

This is an easy-to-hike, one-mile trail loop maintained by the University of Vermont. Visitors can also explore the shoreline of Shelburne Pond in a canoe or kayak. The state-owned fishing access to the pond is located about one mile west of the intersection of Pond Road and Dorset Street about six miles south of Burlington. more»
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Warren Falls
3919 VT-100
WarrenVT

Ages: 2 and up

Here, a three-tiered waterfall has carved out a natural water park of slides and swimming bowls. The falls cascade down a total of 20 feet into three subsequent pools, the last of which reaches depths of up to 15 feet.

One of the gems at this hole are the boulders which serve as platforms for all ages to enjoy. You will find many pools, some shallow for the little ones and others deeper for tweens and adults. 

You can park along the r...

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Bristol Falls Swimming Hole
Lincoln Road
BristolVT

Ages: 2 and up

Located alongside Lincoln Road for convenient parking, Bristol Falls starts with a waterfall that leads into a small canyon of slow moving water. Though the rocks can be slippery, you can swim to the far side and walk along the rock edge back to the waterfall and actually stand underneath it. A couple of hundred feet down from the waterfall the water level shallows and is ideal for the younger kids.There are places along the shore fo...

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Moss Glen Falls
Moss Glen Falls
StoweVT

Ages: 0 and up

A tight, windy walk of about 300 feet on a trail leads you to the bottom of Moss Glen Falls. There are some small pools but the real attraction is the ~80 foot waterfall. Climb up the hill to view.  more»
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Bingham Falls - Stowe, VT
Bingham Falls
CambridgeVT

Ages: 0 and up

Bingham Falls is located next to Route 108 between Stowe and Smugglers Notch. You will find a turnout to park. From there it is a short hike on a well-traveled trail to the falls. At the falls, you will find a beautiful swimming hole to jump in or other places to wade among the river's current.
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Brewster Gorge
JeffersonvilleVT

Ages: 5 and up

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