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Bulwagga Bay

Looking at Port Henry from Bulwagga Bay. – Courtesy of Cathy Frank


Bulwagga Bay offers excellent wildlife viewing opportunities, as its marshy shallows are teeming with fish and waterfowl. Waterfowl and other birds are common in this area, along with a diverse aquatic plant population. This is also a popular fishing (and winter ice-fishing) destination.

This bay is rumored to be a home of "Champ," the Lake Champlain "monster," because of the many sightings over the decades.

Insider Tip from Paddlers Cathy Frank and Margaret Holden: "Paddle deep into Bulwagga Bay to experience good wildlife viewing. Enjoy rolling the name of the bay across your mouth."

Don’t Miss This When Visiting

Don't miss the 450-million-year-old fossils on the eastern shore of Bulwagga Bay, spread across the flat rocks near the water's edge.