Vermont Park List

Knight Point State Park

Knight Point on North Hero Island opened as a state park in 1978. Area history goes much further back. The Hero Islands were named to commemorate early Vermonters who served in the Revolutionary War. John Knight, the Point's first resident, began ferry service between the islands in 1785. Knight ...

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Lake Carmi State Park

With a 1375-acre surface area, Carmi is the fourth largest natural lake entirely within Vermont. It is 7.5 miles around, averaging about 20 feet in depth, and is 33 feet at its deepest point. The lake supports northern pike, walleyes, and other warm water species. The lake drains ...

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Lake Shaftsbury State Park

Lake Shaftsbury State Park is on an 84-acre parcel surrounding the small but picturesque Lake Shaftsbury. The area operated as a private campground/cabin resort before it became a state park in 1974. It has become a popular park facility in southwestern ...

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Lake St. Catherine State Park

Lake St. Catherine State Park has long been a destination for visitors seeking an area to relax, refresh and recreate. The 117-acre park has been in operation since it opened as a picnic and swimming area in 1953 on the shore of picturesque Lake St. Catherine. The park offers ...

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Lakeside Park

Lakeside Park is a neighborhood park featuring a basketball court, ball field and a playground. Located at the corner of Lakeside and Harrison Avenues in Burlington's South End, this park can be easily accessed by the Burlington Bike Path, which connects with Oakledge Park to the south. On-street ...

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Landry Park

This park contains the following: Natureal Area, Picnic, Playground, Baseball, Tennis, ...

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Leddy Park

Located in Burlington's New North End, on Leddy Park Road, just off of North Avenue, Leddy Park is Burlington's largest park, with four lighted tennis courts, five soccer/ball fields, a basketball court, squash/racquetball court, natural areas, trails and a playground with restroom facilities. It's 1,800' of lakefront includes a ...

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Library Field

This park has an athletic ...

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Library Playing Fields

The library fields include a 3 acre parcel which provides a large multi-use field area. The area incudes a youth baseball/softball field, a soccer/multi-use field, and an adult softball ...

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Lincoln Playground

Baseball field behind the Lincoln School and adjacent to the Elmwood ...

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Little River State Park

Little River State Park, which is part of Mt. Mansfield State Forest, primarily consists of a campground with 81 tent/trailer sites and 20 lean-tos. This is central Vermont's largest and most popular campground. In the late 1700s, pioneers cleared fields and roads of rocks and stumps from the tracts ...

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Lowell Lake State Park

Open year round for day use (winter road conditions permitting). Lowell Lake Park is undeveloped with no camping or restroom facilities. Lowell Lake State Park was established in 1981 when the State of Vermont purchased 207 acres from the Estate of Arline Weiss Gardner on the southern end ...

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Ludlow Community Center

Weight Room/Fitness Center, locker rooms, meeting rooms, dining room/cafeteria, gymnasium and much more. Zumba, Yoga, pick up basketball, exercise class and more take place during the ...

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Lyman Point Park

This park features: benches, picnic tables, restrooms, playground, river, fishing, ...

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Lyndon Institute Grounds

Lawn area with bleachers for track and center football field. Soccer/field hockey field, 2 gymnasiums. ...

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Lyndon State College

This campus includes trails, a disc golf field, sports fields, pool, and two ...

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Lyndon Town School Grounds

Lawn area with playground equipment, youth baseball field and soccer field with bleachers, ...

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Maanawaka Conservation Area

This park features: Natural areas, River, ...

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Maidstone State Park

Maidstone is the most remote of Vermont's state parks and still retains much of the wilderness character associated with the Northeast Kingdom. Maidstone Lake was created when glacial ice carved out a deep basin in a preexisting valley. When the last glaciers melted 12,000 years ago, a deep, clear, ...

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Main Street Park

Neighborhood green ...

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Marsh - Billings - Rockefeller National Historical Park

Walk through one of Vermont's most beautiful landscapes, under the shade of sugar maples and 400-year-old hemlocks, across covered bridges and alongside rambling stone walls. This is a landscape of loss, recovery, and conservation. This is a story of stewardship, of people taking care of places - sharing an ...

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Mathewson Play Area

This sizeable play area is complete with slides, a climbing apparatus, a tic-tac-toe board and more. The ground cover consists of rubber matting designed to lessen the impact of a fall, as well as allow accessibility by those who are mobility impaired. This area meets the codes set by ...

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Mattocks Park

Lawn area with playground equipment ...

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Meeting House Common

This park features: picnic tables, ...

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Memorial Field

Memorial Field, Bugbee Landing, and Depot Street Sanctuary. These three parcels make up the lands behind the Bradford Academy and offer tennis, ballfields, a boat launch, canoe campsite and great birding. In addition, this land continues to be used for the Connecticut Valley Fair and Whole Hog Music and ...

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Memorial Hall

Not exactly a park but a building - Memorial Hall is a 130 seat cultural center for performances, meetings, classes, catered wedding receptions and ...

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Memorial Park

This park contains the following: forested area, birding/wildlife watching, ...

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Mill Pond Park

The park has severla hundred feet of frontage on the North Branch River, and includes a boat launch, numerous wooden benches, and a beautiful set of stone steps that also serve as a river viewing bench. ...

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Mills Riverside Park

This scenic vista is preceded by wide open meadows and defined by forested South Hill. Residents of both towns have enjoyed this view for almost two centuries. This treasured panoramic sight gives us a visual pause between the increasing development of our two towns. Mt. Mansfield dominates the scene ...

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Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge

Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge, established in 1943, is located on the eastern shore of Lake Champlain near the Canadian border in Franklin County, Vermont. This 6,642-acre refuge includes most of the Missisquoi River delta where it flows into Missisquoi Bay. The refuge consists of quiet waters ...

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