Open: Memorial Day Weekend - Labor Day Weekend Number of Sites: 5
There is no ferry service to island and visitors must make their own arrangements. There are no docks, so you’ll have to either beach your boat or anchor off. The beach tends to be fairly rocky, except for a point along the east shore, from which the walk to campsites is between one quarter and three quarters of a mile.
Woods Island is a “remote area” campground. Remote Area campsites, while beautiful, are not for everybody. Sanitary facilities are minimal, and there is no potable water supply. Each campsite does have a fire ring and nearby privy. The island’s five campsites are situated approximately equidistant around the two-mile shoreline, and are connected by a trail system. This gives you great privacy, but it also means you’re going to have to walk and carry your own gear from wherever you come ashore. You shouldn’t bring anything you ’re not prepared to carry in and carry out.
Camping is by permit only on designated sites. A permit may be obtained through Burton Island State Park (two miles south), and is necessary before setting up.
Woods Island is located a short distance from Burton Island in northern Lake Champlain and can be reached only by boat. You must make your own arrangements to get to and from the island.
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