Addison Vermont

Chimney Point

For more than 12,000 years, the jutting shore-line known as Chimney Point has been a strategic settlement for peoples occupying the Champlain Valley. Native tribes camped here as they hunted and fished their way up and down the waterway, and it became an important stop for traders. Near the end of the French and Indian War, French settlers torched and fled the site. The only things standing were charred chimneys which inspired the Point’s name.
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Mt Chimney State Park

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