Vermont Park List

Town Forest Trail Network and Rotary Picnic Pavilion

Have a great time here and enjoy your hike, walk, picnic, bird-watching or other ...

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Town of St. Albans Bay Park

The St. Albans Bay Park is a 19 acre park located at the mouth of St. Albans Bay. It was originally constructed as a State Park in the late 1930's. The Town entered into a 50-year lease agreement with the State for the park in 1987 and has held ...

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Townshend Lake

Nestled in the foothills of the Green Mountains, Townshend Lake offers lots of outdoor recreation fun. A 95-acre lake provides an attractive setting for the day-use area with swimming, picnicking, hiking and boating (10 horse power limit). A historic covered bridge is located downstream. Corps personnel manage the ...

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Townshend State Park

The land in and around Townshend State Park was originally purchased as Townshend State Forest in 1912. Little is recorded prior to 1924, yet records indicate that a small public camping area was available with nearly 1,000 people registering there during 1927. Initially, the primary objective for this land ...

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Underhill State Park

Underhill State Park is probably best known for its hiking. Four trails lead to the summit ridge of Mt. Mansfield from the park. The Sunset Ridge Trail, which is 3 miles to the summit, is the most popular. Vermont's Long Trail traverses the summit ridge and with several trails ...

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Union Village Dam

If you're looking for a taste of the Vermont countryside, then Union Village Dam in Thetford, VT offers the best recreational opportunities in the area. Near Thetford, over 6 miles of river are available for fishing for stocked brown and rainbow trout and also natural brook trout. Recreation ...

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Veterans Memorial Park & Engine 494

This park features: park benches ...

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VeteranÆs Memorial Park

Performing arts gazebo with ...

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Vine Street Play Area

A small, fenced-in play area on Vine Street offers youngsters swings, two spring animals and a small area for open ...

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Waterbury Center State Park

Waterbury Center State Park lies on the easterly trivium of Waterbury Reservoir, a quarter mile off VT Rte 100. The Reservoir is the ninth largest body of water in the state of Vermont and was created in the 1930's by the CCC as a flood control project to protect ...

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Waterfront Park

Downtown waterfront and community park with 900 feet of lakeshore, a boardwalk, and benches make this a great place to sit and watch some of the beautiful sunsets that Burlington has to offer. The waterfront also has access to the Bike Path, a festival site, which is host to ...

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Watson Memorial Park

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

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Wendell A. Barwood Arena

This park features: restrooms, skate park, ice ...

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West Allen Street Park

This park contains the following: Basketball, Playground, Natural ...

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West Hill Recreation Area

Lakefront with beach, shelters, restrooms, hiking trails, horse shoe pits, playing fields, two basketball courts, fishing and ...

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West Street Park

This park contains the following: Natural Area, Birding/Wildlife ...

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White River National Fish Hatchery

The White River National Fish Hatchery (NFH) has a visitor center with displays dramatizing the hatchery's work of restoring the once-thriving Atlantic salmon to its natural habitat. Picnic areas are available on the site. State and Federal partners and volunteers help with hatchery activities such as spawning in ...

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White's Pool

This park has a swimming ...

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Whites Memorial Park

This park has: Swimming and wading pools, pool house, playground equipment, baseball field, five tennis courts, and two basketball ...

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Whites Playground

Have a great time at this park. Some of the amenities include: ...

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Wilgus State Park

The land of Wilgus State Park was given to the state of Vermont in 1933 by Colonel and Mrs. William Wilgus for the creation of Wilgus State Park. The original park, constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps, consisted of a picnic area with large flue-type stone fireplaces and picnic ...

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Winooski One Park & Fishway

This park contains the following: Fishing, ...

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Woodford State Park

This 398-acre park has the highest elevation campground of any park in Vermont, at 2400 feet. Woodford is located on a mountain plateau and surrounds Adams Reservoir. The high elevation spruce/fir/birch forest provides an ideal setting for the park. Woodford borders the George Aiken Wilderness Area, which is in ...

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Woods Island State Park

One of three neighboring island parks in Lake Champlain''s 'inland sea', Woods Island became Vermont's forty-fifth state park in 1985. (Burton and Knight Islands are the other two) A mile long by a quarter-mile wide, 125-acre Woods Island is unique as habitat for a rich variety of plant life ...

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