Alburg, Vermont 05440
Alburgh VT Lodging, Real Estate, Travel & Visitor Information
Alburg was originally widely spelled Alburgh – but the h has been dropped and is now spelled Alburg.
Alburg, Vermont is a town in Grand Isle County. Alburg, VT is completely surrounded by Lake Champlain and is located on the tip of a peninsula that extends from Canada into the lake. Alburg is located in the northernmost part of Vermont, on the Canadian border.
Alburg was founded in 1781 by Loyalists looking for shelter. Famous people that hailed from Alburg include former Tennessee congressman Barbour Lewis and Mississippi legislature member Norman Albert Mott.
Alburg, VT Local Information
Alburg Town Offices: 802-796-3468
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