Niquette Bay is an indentation along the northeastern shore of Lake Champlain’s larger Malletts Bay. 4700 feet of scenic rocky and sandy shoreline along the bay comprise the park’s southern boundary.
Two long ridges with summits rising to over 400’ elevation run parallel along either side of a flat, sandy terrace bisecting the property. There is a shallow beach along the eastern half of the park’s shoreline to investigate and relaxe on.
The western side of the park is different. With sheer cliffs of dolomitic limestone 60 feet or so in height above the lake. These cliffs form the headwall of the western ridge that cuts through the park.