Shelburne Bay Park is located adjacent to the State fishing access area off from Bay Park.
The walking/hiking/cross country ski trail loop
is approximately two miles along Lake Champlain.                                                          
A gentle gravel bicycle/recreational path, which with
Harbor and Bay Roads, is almost three miles.












Dogs are allowed at Shelburne Bay Park,
providing they under restraint at all times.
Dog owners are required to clean-up
after their pets.



There are currently sixty-eight moorings and a floating dock system at Shelburne Bay Park.
                       
                             The moorings, marked with
                             Hazelett Buoys, range in depth
                             from 6 feet to 25 feet. The
                             area is quiet and relatively
                             protected from most wind
                             directions.

The Town of Shelburne maintains a wait list, located at the Town Clerks Office, for the 68
moorings. The annual mooring fee is $600 for Shelburne Town Residents and $700 for
Non-Residents and includes the use of all mooring tackle, excluding a pennant line.  
Applicants will generally be accommodated on a first come first served basis, however,
Shelburne Town residents shall receive priority placement. In addition, the depth and
spacing of moorings vary greatly and may also be a factor. Once registered on the wait
list, individuals will be contacted when a mooring suitable to their vessel specifications
becomes available.


Registration forms are available at the Town Clerk's Office or can be downloaded from
this web site. Completed forms may be either placed in the Harbormasters mailbox at the
Town Offices or mailed to:
                                                                         Shelburne Harbormaster
                                                                         P.O. Box 88
                                                                         Shelburne, Vermont 05482