Vermont Park List

Garfield Play Area

This play structure is complete with climbing apparatus, slides, a fireman's pole and more. The area also has two toddler and several regular swings. There is plenty of room for Frisbee games, toss and catch and other family recreational ...

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George Ratcliffe Park

This park features: park benches, picnic tables, restrooms, basketball, baseball, athletic fields, playground, river, ...

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Gifford Woods State Park

With its location at the base of Killington & Pico peaks, this park is a favorite for hikers. Many hikers pass through on their Appalachian Trail journey for a welcome shower and overnight stay. The park is a popular destination during the fall foliage season for its dramatic ...

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Gilbrook Natural Area

This park contains the following: Natural Area, Fishing, Birding/Wildlife Watching, Trails, Cross Country ...

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Grand Isle State Park

Welcome to Grand Isle State Park, located on South Hero Island in Lake Champlain. The Island, also known as Grand Isle, is 14 miles long and over 3 miles wide, making it the largest in Lake Champlain. It contains the towns Grand Isle (on the northern half) and South ...

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Green Mountain National Forest

The Green Mountain National Forest is a place of scenic beauty along the backbone of Vermont's Green Mountains. The forest offers a four-season (some say six with mud and Black Fly season) recreation experience. The most popular season is autumn when the mountains are ablaze with color. Summer is ...

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Green River Reservoir State Park

Welcome to Green River Reservoir State Park. Green River Reservoir became a state park in March 1999 when 5110 acres were purchased from the Morrisville Water and Light Department. Green River Reservoir provides camping and paddling experiences in a remote setting. The park's campsites can only be reached by ...

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Half Moon State Park

Nestled away in the forests of 3,500-acre Bomoseen State Park sits the quiet camping area comprising Half Moon Pond State Park. Set in the dense woods of a small, sheltered basin, the park surrounds Half Moon Pond. ...

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Hard’ack Recreation Area

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Hartland Elementary Field

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Hartland Rec. Field

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Hartness Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: A town forest with recreational trails available to all residents and ...

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Hawthorn Field

This park contains the following: Playground, Tennis, Soccer, Baseball, Basketball, Football, Restrooms, ...

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Herbert I. Johnson Recreation Center

The Herbert I. Johnson Recreation Center is the centerpiece of organized and leisure recreation activities in Killington. The Center becomes the hub of recreation activity all summer as home of the swim team, swimming lessons, Splash Theatre, and a variety of full-day camps.It includes a picnic area, outdoor basketball ...

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Howard's Field

This park contains a ball ...

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Hubbard Park

Hubbard Park has several impressive stands of white pine, red pine and hemlock. The center area of Hubbard Park is a designated natural area. In certain areas of the park, notably near the tower, can be found majestic red oaks, even more remarkable given they are on the northern ...

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Hurrican Forest & Wildlife Refuge

This park features: picnic tables, natural areas, pond, fishing, ...

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Ida Boch Park

Ida Boch Park. This scenic park overlooks the Waits River falls at the south end of the village, adjacent to the library. It makes for a perfect picnic spot, or buy the Valley Quest II book and enjoy an educational Quest when the library opens. Parking is along South ...

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Indian Brook Park

Indian Brook Park is a 575 acre community park featuring a 60 acre reservoir, trails, a non-motorized boat launch, picnic areas and parking. An ideal location to fish, hike, horseback ride or run! The park is bordered to the northwest by over 600 acres of Winooski Valley Park ...

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Jamaica State Park

Jamaica State Park, located in the Londonderry area of Vermont, is a well known spring and fall destination for whitewater boaters when water is released from Ball Mountain Dam. It is divided into two beautiful mixed forest areas, the West River and Shatterack ...

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Jay Community Recreational Centre

The Jay Land Trust Community Recreational Centre—JCRC was founded in 2014. JCRC's main purpose is conserving landscape, scenic vistas and important wildlife habitats. In addition, JCRC is free, 4 season, and has non-motorized sport trails.  10 miles of trails: wooded forest, sugar bush, old Christmas Tree farm, bridged river ...

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Justin Thomas Memorial Park

This park contains: Picnic tables, gazebo, and playground ...

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Kesman Memorial Park

Municipal Park, benches and ...

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Kettle Pond State Park

Kettle Pond State Park is one of five campgrounds located within Groton State Forest. The park rests on a secluded pond known for its beautiful moss-covered boulders. A highlight of the park is the pond's shoreline which is sprinkled with blueberry bushes. There are 26 lean-tos arranged into five separate ...

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Kill Kare State Park

Kamp Kill Kare State Park is named for Kamp Kill Kare, a summer camp for boys, which operated on this site for some fifty years through the mid-1900's. Located on the southwestern tip of St. Albans Point, a three-mile peninsula which defines St. Albans Bay, Kamp Kill Kare is ...

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Killington Elementary School Gym

The Recreation Department is fortunate to have the extensive use of the Killington Elementary School Gym at 686 Schoolhouse Road. The gym is equipped with a full-size basketball court which the Rec. Department uses for activities such as floor hockey, volleyball, indoor soccer and school ...

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Kilowatt North

This park features: Park benches, picnic tables, Restrooms, Natural areas, River, fishing access, boating, trails, ...

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Kilowatt South

This park features: benches, picnic tables, restrooms, natural areas, athletic field, river, fishing, boating, ...

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Kingsland Bay State Park

Kingsland Bay State Park sits on the picturesque shores of Lake Champlain. Visitors can enjoy the picnic areas and historic buildings of the park, or rent a canoe/kayak for an easy paddle around this protected bay. Facilities to rent include an historic banquet hall that is perfect for large ...

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Knight Island State Park

Knight Island, acquired by the State in 1990, is one of three neighboring island parks in Lake Champlain's "inland sea. The others are Burton and Woods Island State Parks. This 185-acre island is a mile long and nearly a half mile wide. A great park for remote ...

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