Lake Bomoseen, Castleton

father and daughter fishing

Where to Go

Lake Bomoseen State Park offers many fishing opportunitiesThe Bomoseen State Park day-use area is a good place to fish from shore, from the dock, or you could rent a boat.

If the fishing is slow, enjoy the swimming at the beach or play at the playground. You will need to pay an entrance fee to access the state park.
View Lake Bomoseen State Park page.

Fish You'll Find

Lake Bomoseen map

Lake Bomoseen has largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, pumpkinseed sunfish, yellow perch, rock bass, and crappie.

How Do I Get There?

Go west from Rutland on US Route 4. Get off at exit 3 and head north on Scotch Hill Rd. for about 3.8 miles. Scotch Hill Rd becomes West Castleton Rd, which will bring you to the state park.
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