Hubbard Park

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Hubbard Park

Vermont

(802) 223-7335

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Things To Do

Wildlife Watching
Bird Watching
Picnicking

Overview

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 edge of their range. A number of impressive beech trees can also be found in the Park. Many, many young beech can be found (as well as white ash), in a number of areas of the Park, which are examples of succession to the climax stage of forest. A range of habitats can be found including meadows, softwood and hardwood stands, swamps and thickets.

Map of Hubbard Park

Latitude, Longitude: 44.268190, -72.575855

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Phone Numbers

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(802) 223-7335

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