The ‘Quiet’ Destination in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom … on international Lake Wallace.

Located in the remote & scenic border region of Canada’s Eastern Townships, the Connecticut River and northernmost New Hampshire; come experience a restful sense of going-back-in-time at a historic 1920s lodge and authentic lakeside log cabins destination where you can disconnect, find peacefulness, and enjoy the natural environment. Quiet roads & trails, pristine lakes & rivers, sandy beach, moose, eagles and loons, stunning sunsets, enchanting beach-side campfires, brilliant stars.

Jackson’s Lodge is best described as ‘Naturally Unaffected & Deliberately

Unhurried’.This exceptional destination is welcoming to families, couples, and pets alike.Complimentary kayaks, canoes, paddle-boats, row-boats get you on the lake. Kids entertain themselves catching crayfish! Big kids play beach-volleyball. Beach side Gazebo brings sun-worshipers & sun-sensitive family members

together. The grounds, graced with gardens, provide an assortment of outdoor games to play together including horseshoe pits, walks along quiet nature trails & stream, and a unique experience standing aside a granite border-monument gazing upon the U.S. & Canada international boundary!

Meticulously maintained lakeside log cabins, wayfarer rooms, and four-season

houses combine a rustic & relaxing family-friendly atmosphere with all

the modern necessities needed during your vacation: fully equipped kitchen with everything needed to make great meals, linens & towels, screened porch, picnic table & BBQ grills.

Jackson’s Café offers a renowned country-style breakfast venue reminiscent of the bygone 1950s.

The Lodge provides an adventurous ‘food-tour’ into Canada.

Given its private secluded location, Jackson’s Lodge is ideal to host & cater destination events & family functions.

“Genuine Hospitality” >>> 5-star TripAdvisor rating from their guests! Come experience this one-of-a-kind get-a-way!

69°F
scattered clouds
  • Sunset 9:13 am
  • Sunrise 12:30 am
  • Wind W 6.93 m/h
  • Pressure 1019 hpa
  • Humidity 60 %