About the map
In this map, you will find major rivers, reservoirs and lakes of Vermont like Lake Champlain. In general, rivers and streams of Vermont flow into the Atlantic Ocean.
The Connecticut River is the longest river in Vermont stretching more than 650 km. In fact, this river forms a border with the state of the New Hampshire on the eastern boundary.
By far, the largest and most iconic lake in Vermont is Lake Champlain. This lake stretches out 271,000 acres in eastern Vermont, separating the state of New York. Other prominent lakes in Vermont are Lake Memphremagog, Lake Bomoseen and Lake Whitingham.