Vermont Park List

Mobbs Farm Trails

The property consists of over 260 acres of both open and forested land and is roughly separated into two equal halves by Fitzsimonds Road. Mobbs Farm is open to all forms of non-motorized recreation, including: hiking, running, cross-country skiing, horseback riding, and mountain ...

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Molly Stark State Park

Molly Stark State Park was named for the famous wife of General John Stark of the Revolutionary War. The park is located along the Molly Stark Trail Scenic Byway (State Route 9), the main east-west route in Southern Vermont that connects Brattleboro, Wilmington and Bennington. The Starks hailed from New ...

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Monsignor Thomas Conner Memorial Park

This park contains: Two Basketball courts, three tennis courts, two softball fields (one with lights), open fields, picnic tables, gazebo, and playground ...

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Mt. Ascutney State Park

In 1935, the state of Vermont, with federal public works funds, purchased a 560-acre parcel from Weston Heights, Inc., and a 640-acre parcel from E.J. York. In 1938, an additional 300 acres were purchased from the Bicknell estate. This 1500-acre tract was the original area in which Civilian Conservation ...

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Mt. Philo State Park

The 168-acre park is located atop Mt. Philo (968' elevation) and overlooks the Lake Champlain Valley and the Adirondack Mountains of New York. A narrow, steep road (not recommended for trailers) provides visitors access to the top of the mountain. This is Vermont's oldest state park, created in ...

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Myers Park

Myers Park is a 1 acre site with a playground, a multi-use field, and a proposed basketball court. Dedication was on May 22nd, ...

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Nativi Play Area

This neighborhood play area is complete with a play structure, grills, spring animals and a non-regulation size basketball court. This area is designed for youngsters in grades 8 and under. The basketball court's baskets were designed for the youth ...

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New Discovery State Park

Welcome to New Discovery State Park. As early as 1704, Native Americans and the French were using routes through Groton to reach Canada and Massachusetts. Colonists settled this area of Vermont slightly earlier than the rest of the State through the accessible network of waterways. ...

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Niquette Bay State Park

This 553-acre park began with an initial land purchase by the State of Vermont in 1975. It is named for Niquette Bay, the local name for an indentation along the northeastern shore of Lake Champlain's larger Malletts Bay. 4700 feet of scenic rocky and sandy shoreline along the bay ...

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Norrie Park

Landscaped lawn area with a bench. ...

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North Beach

Amenities at North Beach include a grassy picnic area with grills and picnic tables, a full service snack bar open daily 11am-6pm, rest rooms and foot showers, as well as the new picnic shelter which accomodates groups of up to ...

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North Branch Park

North Branch Park includes: river, shore land, nationally registered wetlands, dense softwood stands, mixed and hardwood stands, some unusual geological features including some sharp ridges, and a few "trickling" streams. The wetlands are at the bottom of a long hillside and built up into a series of pond by ...

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North Hartland Lake

North Hartland Lake is more than 1700 acres with a variety of forested lands, wetlands, fields, and the lake itself. At the upper end of the reservoir, the Ottauquechee River flows through the sheer-faced 165-ft deep Quechee Gorge, one of the outstanding natural spectacles in the state. An ...

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North Hero State Park

North Hero State Park is named for North Hero Island in Lake Champlain. The Hero Islands were named to commemorate those early Vermonters who served in the Revolutionary War. Land for the 399-acre park was purchased in 1963. The North Hero example is noted for its size, relatively undisturbed ...

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North Springfield Lake

With 1,361 acres of land ranging from forests and fields to wetlands and two lakes, North Springfield Lake has recreational opportunities for everyone! In summer months, visitors can swim, sunbathe and picnic. Anglers can try their luck at the lake, pond, or rivers. Two boat ramps are available, and ...

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Oakledge Park

Park facilities include a playground, three tennis courts, two softball fields, a multi-use field, volleyball courts, walking trails and two picnic shelters with restrooms, picnic tables and grills. Oakledge marks the southern end of the Burlington Bike Path, which cuts through the park. Note, there is no lifeguard ...

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Oakledge Park & Beach

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Park facilities include a playground, three tennis courts, two softball fields, a multi-use field, volleyball courts, walking trails and two picnic shelters with restrooms, picnic tables and grills. Oakledge marks the southern end of the Burlington ...

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Old Mill Park

Old Mill Park is managed by the Winooski Valley Park District, whose mission is to preserve natural areas that are a short walk or bike ride from where people live and work. In 1987, the residents of Jericho voted to join the Park District. ...

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Pearl Street Park

Pearl Street Park is a 14 acre neighborhood park featuring a basketball court, two tennis courts, walking trails, a ball field, a playground and ...

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Perkins Pier

Located at the foot of King Street, Perkins Pier is a popular destination for boaters and sightseers and an ideal location for watching the sunset over Lake Champlain. Perkins Pier offers a playground, seasonal boat slips, boat rentals, boat launch, and public restrooms. Perkins Pier is available ...

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Pinewood Park

A 7.4 acre park with a ball field, ╜ basketball court, and playground ...

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Pomeroy Park

The site of a former school, on the corner of North and Booth Streets, Pomeroy Park features a fenced playground with benches and a new basketball court. On-street parking is ...

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Powers Park

Outdoor swimming pool, lawn area, jungle gym, pavilion and tennis ...

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Quechee Green Park

This park features: park benches, restrooms, natural areas, athletic fields, playground, river, fishing, ...

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Quechee State Park

Welcome to Quechee State Park. Its location along US Rte 4 and its proximity to many Upper-Valley attractions make the park a popular tourist destination. Visitors stop each year to take in the breathtaking views of the Quechee Gorge. Other visitors seeking an overnight stay enjoy the easy access ...

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Richards Park

This park contains the following: Natural ...

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Ricker Pond State Park

Nestled in Groton State Forest, Ricker Pond State Park sits below the hustle and bustle of Lake Groton. The park has a quiet atmosphere where loons call nightly and many of the campsites overlook the water. Ricker Pond State Park, established in the 1930's, is located on the western ...

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River St. Mini-Park

This park contains: Playground equipment, tots area, and picnic ...

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Riverside Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Baseball/Softball fields, tennis courts, skate park, swimming pool, basketball courts, playground, picnic area, walking space and open ...

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Riverwalk

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