Lake Carmi State Park boasts the 4th largest natural lake within Vermont. With 7.5 miles of shoreline, the lake supports northern pike, walleyes, and other warm water species. The state park includes over two miles of frontage on the south and east shore of Lake Carmi. Most of the 482-acres were purchased in 1959. The park was developed in stages through the 1960’s. Some of the land is under agricultural license so the open fields are maintained by farming activity. The Park has the largest state campground with 140 campsites. Fishing, boating, swimming, water sports, hiking, biking and wildlife viewing are just some of the outdoor activities here.