Be sure to float on your back and look upstream at the fantastic view of Ball Mountain. Waikiki Rough Water Swim, for the record! As a warning be very careful pulling out of the parking spots. Look for the covered Longley Bridge at approximately 2.
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Casual poolside lounging A day by the pool calls for versatile, quick-dry swimming trunks for an impromptu excursion. Categories Amazon Fashion Top Brands. Last 30 days Last 90 days. Free Shipping by Amazon. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Bristol Falls is a 20 foot wide, 15 foot drop into a deep pool. This wide waterfall spills into a deep channel approximately 75 yards long with many jumping spots.
This is an extremely popular swimming area and you could find a few hundred people here on a hot summer day. The area is very large so it can accommodate a large number of visitors. There is lot's to do and explore here, so plan to spend several hours.
Take a right onto Lincoln Gap Road. Keep driving and listen for the roar of the falls. Parking for Bristol Falls is first, a little further up the road you will see numerous pull offs for Circle Current. Train track crosses high above pool. Some graffiti and litter throughout the gorge. Be careful of currents and submerged objects in the water! From Brattleboro, take I north to Rockingham. Park just before the bridge in the small, dirt parking area near the train tracks.
Gorge can be seen from road. Walk down path through woods. Clothed area is near parking lot, nude area is down a trail near the overlook-take a trail from the overlook down to large, flat rocks at the water edge- no beach here. The rocks below the waterline have become encrusted with sharp zebra muscles, an invasive species not native to Lake Champlain. All visitors should be advised to wear thick-soled shoes before entering the water.
Drive north on North Avenue. Walk the bike path north to the stairs to the beach. The large beach area is just past these trees. It is the only spot on the beach that is raked and clean. Very large, deep pools at bottom of 2 of these falls. It is suggested that if you wish to go nude, please go down to the third lowest pool so that families can use the upper pools more freely. From Ludlow, go about 5 mi west on RT Go to the end of this road and park. You can walk to all falls from here.
Take path off right side of road to falls. Secluded and unpopular, there is a great deal of very exciting exploration and swimming to be had here. We were somewhat hesitant to enter the water as it seemed a little dark and murky.
Not the best swimming hole you will ever visit, but not the worst either. Be very careful entering the steep gorge. There is a gate usually locked at the entrance to the power plant. High cliffs and a deep pool with a rope swing. Popular local swimming holes, lots of parties resulting in some litter. From Rutland, take RT 7 south. The parking area will be on the right near the large concrete blocks.
The safest way to reach the Devil's Gorge is to hike and swim upstream from the Clarendon Gorge swimming area described above. It is a reasonably long trek to the falls at the top of the gorge. This section of the river is extremely private. Take a left onto RT Following RT for approximately 2. This is used as an access point to the Long Trail. Park here and follow the well worn path to the suspension bridge. After crossing the bridge, take the path to the right, leading down to the river.
Follow the river under the bridge to the swimming areas downstream. Follow this road until it ends, then take a left on East Pittsford Road. This road becomes Main Street just past the left turn off for Powerhouse Road. Staying on Main Street, you will enter the center of Chittenden. Mountain Top Road will lead off to the left.
Stay straight and this road is now Chittenden Dam Road. Follow the road about 2 miles until you see a sign and road for the boat ramp on the right side, at this point you will be at the foot of the concrete spillway. Turn right up the boat launch road to the parking area at the dam.
The trail goes left from this old woods road, passes two coves and a large boulder. Keep the water in sight, as the trail may be a little confusing north of the boulder. Nude swimmers and sunbathers have been enjoying this spot for years. Access to the area is via land owned by the town of Brattleboro.
The swimming area has a large, shallow area on one side. There is also a water chute that starts from a Jacuzzi-for-two that varies from 5 to 8 feet deep depending on season and water level, and pours you out into the swimming hole. Side rock cliff for jumping is about 20 feet into deep, deep water.
From West Berlin, continue on RT 12 south along Dog River There is no parking available there, best bet is go to the West Berlin Fire Department and park on the east side of the building near the town park that is there.
Follow the railroad tracks south about 0. Lots of cliffs to jump from. Very popular and well-known local swimming place. There are a few, very interesting sculptures carved into the marble. See how many you can find. The quarry is on RT 30 on the right as you are going into Dorset at the intersection with Kelly Road dirt. Do not park on RT 30, rather, pull onto Kelly Road heading north and park on the left side of the road. There is room for many cars here. After passing under the I bridge, travel 3.
Very interesting and fun to explore. In West Dummerston, where the historic Town Lattice covered bridge crosses the West River, there are deep swimming places under the bridge.
A gravel beach and pretty strong current but apparently safe as families swim there. You will see the covered bridge as it adjoins RT 30 on the right and the swimming place is under it. Park on right just past bridge in large pull out area. A bit further on RT 30 at the next bridge you cross after the West Dummerston hole park on the right before you cross this bridge and walk down beside the bridge to a large rock and small, deep swimming place by the rock. Continue on RT 30 north.
Just before you cross the bridge over the Rock River, you will see parking areas on RT Walk up Depot Rd and take the first right leading past a few cabins. Follow the well worn path along the river to the swimming area. Reports indicate that this swimming area has been altered by hurrince Irene. From Middlebury, follow RT 7 south from the center of Middlebury for approximately 4 miles.
Bear left onto RT Follow Route approximately 1. The four tiered falls are beautiful. Be very careful though, as there is no obvious path down to the swimming area and it will require a bit of bushwhacking to get down the hill while traversing areas of very loose footing. Hiking boots are a must. Take a left on RT 53 and follow it around Lake Dunmore.
Just past the state park you'll see a large parking area on your left for the Falls of Lana. Park here and follow the well worn path uphill. The terrain will eventually level out and you will pass under a very large pipe that crosses the path.
Just past the pipe, follow the un-obvious path to the left and make your way steeply downhill following the sound of the water. From Woodstock, take RT south to Felchville. This road parallels the North Branch Black River. About a mile from Felchville, at the crest of a small hill. A trail on the south side of the road - a bit steep- leads to three blue-green pools.
There are other swimming places along this road, one is called the Reading Hole. No better directions to it. Approximate Link to Google Map. A recent visitor reports that the bridge is now closed to vehicular traffic.
You can, however, walk across the bridge. Follow RT 66 east toward Randolph Center. At the next intersection, take a left to remain on RT In a short distance, you will reach a "Y" intersection where RT 66 goes off to the right. Bear left onto Ridge Rd.
Got its name from the Four Corners store nearby. There is a terrifying rope swing on a tree perched on the top of the far ledge. From Stowe, take RT north about 35 miles to Lowell. See also "Trout River Falls" near here. In Troy, take RT north. The swimming hole is directly across the street from the Jay Four Corners convenience store. There is a large dirt parking lot, you can't miss it. Go north right on Scotch Hill Rd.
In less than a mile turn left onto another Bomoseen State Park access marked by a sign where you enter a clearing where you can park if this road trail? It is not very far down to the north shore of Glen Lake, and a hiking trail parallel with the shore goes both ways.
You can take the trail either way, but especially to the right - westward - to little semi-private beaches for swimming. Take Hapgood Pond Rd about 2 mi to campground.
All directions below are from RT Great official swimming hole in a lazy pool of the West River called "Salmon Hole". Be sure to float on your back and look upstream at the fantastic view of Ball Mountain. Nice destination for family camping with some lean-to's on river , swimming and good, clean fun. Routes and 30 combine and pass through Jamaica, VT. You will see a small parking area on the left south side of the road.
Park here and follow a well established trail going down to the stream. Swimming is in the very large pool at the foot of the falls. Hamilton Falls is an extremely beautiful, secluded waterfall PHOTO1 which is best know for the number of deaths that have occurred here. You will see others swimming in the upper pools, but resist the temptation.
Many, many people have died here thinking that they could be careful enough to not be caught off guard. One small slip, one patch of wet rock, one moment of inattention could lead to a life threatening situation. Though there is a ladder secured to the rock wall of he upper pool PHOTO3 , it was not placed there for swimmers to use, rather, it is intended to be used by the emergency rescue teams when they need to retrieve an injured person or the body of someone who was killed while enjoying their last summer day on earth.
Follow Windam Hill Road for approximately 4. Follow West Windham Road for approximately 2. I have not traveled this road and do not know if it would require a 4 wheel drive, high clearance vehicle or not.
The first route described here can be traversed by any vehicle. No further directions available. From East Calais, go west on unnamed roads to Kent's Corner. Swimming holes are in this area in the Beaver Pond, Winooski River and other streams. Three swimming places are: Lots to explore here - the main 7 foot falls, a short walk upstream as well as several smaller falls. Bathing suits are customary here. Travel south on RT from Jeffersonville for approximately 0.
Park in the obvious parking area on the left and take a path upstream to the swimming area. Travel south on RT from Jeffersonville for approximately 1. Take a left on Canyon Rd and you will immediately see the parking area on the right.
The trail begins at the far end of the parking area and goes along the Brewster River then crosses the river. Just beyond this crossing, you see the gorge and falls. Don't be fooled by what you see. From Jeffersonville, take RT northeast to Waterville. This is a well-known, traditional clothing-optional place.
A large sandy beach and big, flat rocks at the water's edge size of beach may be diminished when water level in reservoir is high. Some rocks to jump from. Please respect the place, no noise, gawking or littering. When water levels are low, a small sandy beach is exposed, but when levels are high, the only place to get sun is on the rocky ledges that give the place its name.
Foam mats or other cushioning would be helpful. From Brattleboro, take RT 9 W. Go down this dirt road for about a mile to the parking area for the Jacksonville Picnic Area there is swimming at the picnic area also. Follow the trail to the right of the picnic area into the woods for about 0. The path is rugged and may involve stream crossings at various times of the year, so use caution and bring a walking stick. When you see nude bathers, you are there.
There are several rocky areas to swim from along this path. See directions below for details. From Montpelier, take I north to Waterbury.
Directions are going south along RT A small-scale gorge with a large swimming area at the bottom. Turn north left on RT B and in about 0. Just over the bridge is a small parking pull off with room for only a few cars on the west left side of the road. If you are not a strong swimmer, you may not want to swim here. Continuing south on RT , just south of the town of Waitsfield, is a parking area and sandy beach known as the Lareau Swimming Hole.
It's very well known and popular with the locals and others. From Warren Village, go 3 miles south on Route to a large parking area on the right. Park here and follow the sound of the waterfall to the swimming areas. Easy access, a deep hole and a rope swing make this a fun place to visit. Opposite the Sugarbush Access Road, look for the entrance to the park on your right. Exact Link to Google Map. A large swimming area PHOTO2 with much to explore, and, usually, the warmest water in the Mad River make this a pleasant and fun place to stop.
Parking in a large lot allows for easy access. In the town of Waitsfield, there is a deep hole beneath the covered bridge in the center of town. From RT , take Bridge Street to the covered bridge. In the center of Warren, the Friends of the Mad River have constructed a stairway to access the little gorge next to the Warren General Store.
Not much privacy here due to the pedestrian traffic into and out of the store. Swim in an abandoned marble quarry. Turn right at the Town Hall onto Marble St. Look for a small pull off the right blocked by large stones. Park here and walk straight back to the quarry. In West Rutland, take RT south for 2. Turn on this road it may be called Walker Mountain Rd. There is a large parking area just before this bridge on the right, with an obvious path into the woods.
Please use common sense and good judgment when visiting. If the site appears closed, please select another place to swim. It is a minute walk to the quarry. Along the way, you will cross the Clarendon River on a very old, broken down bridge. You can either cross the bridge walking on the the steel I-beams PHOTO3 or you may want to just walk through the river as it is very shallow at this point.
You can also walk upstream from here and swim in the river. None - Swimming Prohibited. Various well known swimming holes in and around the town on Middlebury.
See below for descriptions. Take RT 7 north from Middlebury. Follow this road for 0. Walk behind the restaurant to the river. This swimming hole is no longer available to visit. Due to persistent abuse, the property owner has posted the property as No Trespassing. Please do not visit this swimming hole. At times of high water, Beaver Brook flows over a 25 foot waterfall that forms a natural shower.
In the middle of the summer, this stream all but dries up and you are likely to not see any water at all. It is best to visit this waterfall in early summer. Follow RT west from the center of Middlebury.
After the blinking yellow light at the intersection with Cider Mill Rd, RT takes a sharp turn to the left. Stay straight onto Lemon Fair Rd. Follow Lemon Fair Rd for 1. Just after the bridge park in the dirt pullout on the right side of the road. The falls are on the right across the field.
Large rocks on the west side of the lake are a perfect spot to enjoy this place. The Middlebury College Snow Bowl is approximately 8 miles outside of town. After passing the entrance to the Snow Bowl, travel an additional 0. Follow this trail to the lake. The pool is about feet deep at the base of the falls and quickly becomes very shallow downstream; there is very little room to actually swim. Take the next immediate left onto Minister Brook Road.
In less than 0. The swimming hole is here on the left down a slight embankment. This swimming hole is very picturesque. A covered bridge crosses the brook above the falls. The small falls follow a deep channel in the rock and empty into a narrow pool.
From Montgomery Center, take RT west approximately 2. Take a left onto West Hill road and follow this south for 2. Take a left onto Creamery Bridge Road.
Follow this road to the bridge. The Gibou Road hole is a very private, placid swimming hole. There are many places to explore in and around the boulders and rock formations. To get here from Montgomery Center, follow Route southward toward the town of Eden for approximately 2 miles from the intersection with RT in Montgomery Center.
Although you are heading in a southerly direction, you are actually traveling on RT west. Take a right onto Gibou Road. Follow the 4-wheel path on the south side of the bridge. Located directly below Montgomery's longest covered bridge Longley Bridge , this pool is overlooked by most. A large, wide area of the Trout River flows lazily by the cows in the nearby field.
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