Winona Lake, or as it is known to the locals, Bristol Pond is Vermonts only 'real Peet bog'. The Lake offers about 100 acres of flat water...good for exploring in the canoe. The lake has a healthy population of very aggressive watersnakes, non-poisoness, but they like to get in boats...if you are curious about these creatures go to the two small Islands for a look. Says Bob Adams
The West Lincoln to Route 116 bridge section is a glorious 1.3-mile-long grade
V part of whitewater on New Haven River. Don't go whitewater kayaking and rafting on this part of New Haven River unless you think your whitewater kayaking and rafting abilities are very glorious.