About Shoreham Vermont

Welcome to the Town of Shoreham, established in 1761. Shoreham is a thriving lake-shore town lying on the outskirts of the growing communities of Burlington, Middlebury, and Rutland. It is halfway between Montreal, Canada, and Albany, N.Y., on New England’s west coast: the shore of Lake Champlain.

Shoreham is known for its many orchards, dairy and niche farms, home-based businesses and scenic views, making it the perfect destination for a day of exploring. Shoreham is also home to the “Fort Ti” Ferry, one of the oldest ferries in the US, in continuous operation between Shoreham and Ticonderoga, N.Y., since 1788.

A Glimpse of Shoreham!

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