Welcome to Caspian
Often referred to as Vermont’s most peaceful lake, the 789-acre Caspian Lake is in the town of Greensboro. A picturesque country lake hidden between Route 14 and Route 16, it has long been a popular vacation destination. The shores are dotted with a variety of properties, from year-round homes to summer cottages and camps, many of which have been in the same families for generations. Listen for the call of loons, who choose the quietest bodies of water to set up their homes, and if you’re lucky you may even see one. There’s a town beach for swimming and relaxing, as well as a public boat launch. Patient anglers may be rewarded with brook trout, brown trout, rainbow trout, or landlocked salmon. No matter what you need while you’re in the area, chances are you’ll find it at Willey’s Store, one of Vermont’s largest and oldest country stores that has been family owned and operated for five generations. Nearby, the Crasftsbury Outdoor Center offers year-round recreation options, including world-class Nordic skiing trails, cycling, and sculling. For downhill skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts, you have many options, from Stowe to Smugglers’ Notch (aka Smuggs), Burke Mountain and Jay Peak, all within an hour’s drive!