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 Birdseye View of Milton - photo by Kristy Lavallee

Eagle Mountain Natural Area

The Eagle Mountain Natural Area is a 226-acre parcel of land adjacent to the shore of Lake Champlain. The land was donated to the Town of Milton by the Lake Champlain Land Trust (LCLT) in 1998. Over the last century, farming, recreation and logging were the principle uses of the Eagle Mountain Natural Area landscape. With an elevation of 560 feet, Eagle Mountain provides breathtaking views of Lake Champlain. Parking is available at Henry Rd. Parking at Cold Spring Rd is limited to only 4 spaces.

Map & Brochure

  • Click here for the Eagle Mountain Natural Area brochure

  • Click here for a map of the Eagle Mountain Natural Area

  • An interpretive podcast is available here


Please adhere to the following rules:

  • Permitted uses include hiking, birdwatching, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and hunting

  • High impact activities such as snowmobiling, ATVs and dirt bikes are prohibited

  • Please be respectful and carry out what you carry in


From the North/South: Route 7 North/South to Lake Rd, left onto Everest Rd, right onto Beebe Hill Rd, continue on Beebe Hill Rd and take a left onto Henry Rd. or left (at top of the hill) onto Cold Spring Rd.

From the West: W. Milton Rd, right onto Bear Trap Rd, right onto Cadreact Rd and Everest Rd, continue straight onto Beebe Hill Rd, Henry Rd is further on left or Cold Spring Rd is at the top of the hill.

From the South: US 2 to Bear Trap Rd, left onto Cadreact Rd, straight to Everest Rd intersection, (at top of the hill), continue on Beebe Hill Rd and take a left onto Henry Rd. or left onto Cold Spring Rd.

Eagle Mountain Summit