Shelburne, Vermont

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Shelburne Vermont, is a town in southwestern Chittenden County, located along the shores of Lake Champlain, just a few minutes south of Burlington, Vermont.

The Shelburne Museum, Shelburne Farms and the Vermont Teddy Bear Company are all located in Shelburne, and there is a beach on Lake Champlain, maintained by the town, with a boat launch and nature park.

The Lake Champlain Transportation Company established its shipyard at Shelburne Harbor and launched its first steamboat in 1825. In 1955, the "Ticonderoga" was moved to the Shelburne Museum, where it is now on display.

Some noted residents of Shelburne included: Governor of Vermont, Madeleine Kunin; NASCAR driver, Kevin Lepage; first senator from Michigan, Lucius Lyon; congressman, Ezra Meech; entrepreneur & shipbuilder in the Washington Territory, Geirge A. Meigs; lieutenant governor of Vermont, Barbara Snelling; governor of Vermont, Richard Snelling; art collector & founder of the Shelburne Museum, Electra Havemeyer Webb; railroad executive & founder of Shelburne Farms, Dr William Seward Webb.

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Shelburne, VT - Camping is one of the most economical ways for a family to spend vacation time together. If it's relaxation and peacefulness that you crave, Shelburne Camping Area is the place to be. Your family and friends will be pleasantly surprised that such a great vacation spot is near.

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Muddy's Buddies 5K Walk/Run 10/21/17 - 10/21/17

A yearly tribute to Muddy, who was part of our Racevermont team from the beginning. A sweet and gentle chocolate lab, who never missed a race, a chance to make someone’s day. Let’s get together for a great family event. Bring Fido too! Muddy wouldn’t want it any other way. A portion of the net proceeds from this run/walk will go to local dog charities. You can choose to run/walk with or without a furry friend. This is an out and back course, along the historic Ti-haul trail. This is a self-timed race with prizes for the top two and six legged runners and walkers. We’ll provide the big, fancy race clock but times will not be recorded.

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