A town in Grand isle county was founded by Ira Allen in the year 1781. Located on a peninsula extending into Lake Champlain has a population of about 1,952.
It was basically grown around an European settlement with some french connection. With a non-island location, some of the nearby places includes Elim Point, Point Roberts etc.
The demographic consists of a population density of over 66 people per sq. mile. As usual the majority are whites, with around 97% white, 0.15% Asian, 1.95% Native Americans and many more.
A major part of the population is engaged in various types of primary activities, like agriculture and other smaller service industries. Per capita income of the people is around the figure of $16,285. Though there are no significant historical places but the breathtaking natural beauty is sure to garner envy.