Music Festival at Kingsland Bay State Park October 8th to Benefit VT Farm Disaster Relief Fund

The Lois McClure Schooner
The Lake Champlain Maritime Museum (LCMM) is partnering with Vermont State Parks to host a music and food festival to benefit the Vermont Farm Disaster Relief Fund. Not only is there FREE admission into the park all day, but fun activities will be happening all day too, such as a farmer's market, performances, vendors from across the state will be selling local goods, and the regular activities that Kingsland Bay offers - hiking, picnicking, space for games, and more. To add to the special festivities, the LCMM is bringing along a historic ship. The Lois McClure Schooner will be docked on the shores of Kingsland Bay State Park for viewing all day, October 8th.

Visitors enjoy a day of music and fun
Download a poster of this special event here or for more information visit

Kingsland Bay State Park's 264 acres sit on the picturesque shores of Lake Champlain, which is why many people choose to get married here. Picnicking, swimming, and toilet facilities are available. There are several buildings available for large group gatherings including family reunions, weddings, and company picnics. There are scenic trails along the shoreline of Lake Champlain perfect for family walks. Boating (boat rentals are available), fishing, and sailing are also popular.

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