Petowbowk Lodge

Petowbowk Lodge is a rustic family owned vacation rental property built in the 1920's on Lake Champlain in Vermont approximately 1.5 miles north of Basin Harbor.  Petowbowk (meaning "shimmering waters") is the Native American name that the Abenaki tribe had given the lake at the time the French explorer Samuel de Champlain passed through Vermont on his way to Canada in 1609.   The lodge today gives reverence to same beauty of nature witnessed by the Native Americans centuries ago with spectacular sunsets shimmering across the water against the backdrop of New York's Adirondack Mountains.

The lodge sleeps 6 comfortably with four upstairs bedrooms each containing a double bed.  One of the bedrooms which faces  the lake is a sleeping porch and also contains a twin bed.  Downstairs is one bath with a tub that can be used as a shower. The kitchen includes a refrigerator, stove with oven, microwave, toaster, and a coffee pot. The living room features a fieldstone fireplace and also has a heater.  Stone steps lead down to the house from the parking area, and more stone steps lead to a covered lookout at the edge of the lake. The property includes a dock, a boat mooring, and a rocky beach.

Renter provides sheets, towels, and drinking water.

For your convenience the lodge has free Wi-Fi and a printer.

$1250/week plus Vermont rooms tax, July & August.
(4 pm Saturday - 11 am Saturday)
Rate negotiable for June and September.

The lodge is physically located on Kimball Dock Road.

Contact Information for this Vermont vacation rental:
Deborah Vlam
Tel. (254) 717-5227