ⓘ Shoreham, Vermont

                                     

ⓘ Shoreham, Vermont

Shoreham is located in western Addison County along the shore of Lake Champlain. The western boundary of the town, which follows the center of the lake, is also the state border with New York. Neighboring Vermont towns are Bridport to the north, Cornwall and Whiting to the east, and Orwell to the south. Ticonderoga, New York, is to the west across Lake Champlain, accessible in the summertime by the Ticonderoga–Larrabees Point Ferry, a diesel-powered cable ferry.

According to the census Bureau of the United States, Shoreham total area of 46.4 square miles 120.1 km 2, of which 43.4 per square mile 112.5 km 2 of Land and 2.9 square miles 7.6 km 2, or 6.36%, water.

Soram village is located at the intersection of Vermont route 22A and Vermont route 74.

                                     
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