Lake Seymour, a glacial lake and the second largest lake in Vermont, is 3 miles long and 2 miles wide. It is shaped like the number 7. Native American Indian tribes named it Namagonic, meaning 'salmon trout spearing place."
Seymour Lake Lodge is a 19th Century Farmhouse: We provide comfortable country lodging in our 19th century farmhouse. With its guest rooms and private guest apartment, lodging is convenient and affordable.
In the spring, summer and fall enjoy boating on Lake Seymour's pristine waters, along with fishing, biking, hiking and area exploring.
Local guides are more than willing to assist you with hunting or fishing trips. Lake Seymour is known for its excellent fishing and is conveniently located on major New England bike touring routes and snowmobile trails.
During the warmer months add swimming to your list of things to do as Lake Seymour is believed by many to be the cleanest lake in Vermont.
When the winter months bring the coldest temperatures of the year - the lake is frozen and safe for passage. Residents and visitors alike enjoy the lake for cross country skiing, snow shoeing and ice fishing.
Located in remote Morgan, Vermont, the Seymour Lake Lodge is conveniently located 3.4 hours from Boston, 6 hours from New York, NY, 4 hours from Hartford, CT, 2.5 hours from Montreal, QE and just 25 minutes to the Canadian border.
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