Champlain Marina is about 10 miles north of Burlington
Mallets Bay is separated from the “Broad Lake” by the Colchester Causway. The causeway is an old abandoned railroad bed built on piles of large rocks. The passage opening was once a swing bridge that has been removed.
There are lots of weeds along the east side of the causeway. When approaching the passage from the Broad Lake in late summer, the weeds are grown and close to the water surface.
When approaching from the south, be sure to know where Colchester Reef is located. They say the reef is littered with pieces of propellers.
Entering Mallets Bay
Driving From I-89
Take Exit 16 off I-89 and follow Routes 2 and 7 North. Road becomes a 2-lane. Turn left at top of the hill at stoplight onto Route 127. At the next stoplight, 127 becomes Lakeshore Drive. Go straight through stoplight. One mile on the right, you will see our sign. Turn right into the drive and you have arrived!
Driving From Burlington
Take the Beltline. Keep going until you are on Prim Road, past McDonalds on the right and Brooks Drugs ahead on the left. At the dead-end, turn right onto Lakeshore Drive; and take a quick left into our driveway.