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Island Line Trail
140 Mills Point Road
ColchesterVT

Ages: 0 and up

Along the edges of Lake Champlain is a scenic 12-mile trail that extends from downtown Burlington north through Colchester onto the Causeway. It's a multi-use trail so you will see walkers, runners, inline skaters and bikers. It's wide enough and relatively flat so jogging strollers or burlees are do-able for the little ones.

Note: it is paved with the exception of 5 miles in Colchester.

Along the way, don't miss:

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Stowe Recreation Path
StoweVT
(802) 253-7350

Ages: 0 and up

This a popular, paved path that winds through the town of Stowe. The path is frequented by walkers, joggers and bikers. Along the way there places to stop for a picnic, go for a swim and sight-see.

A few of the Path's Rules:
    •    Walk you bike across intersections and bridges.
    •    Warn other of your intentions by calling out "PASSING ON YOUR LEFT" or other appropriate warning.
    •    All dogs must be on leash.
    •    Non moto...

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Allen Brook Nature Trail
Central School Drive
WillistonVT 05495

Ages: 0 and up

The Allen Brook Nature Trail is a short 0.5 mile loop trail (paved) that passes through small stand of woods on the Williston Central School property. The trail crosses over the Allen Brook, where there is a boardwalk and observation platform for nature study or quiet contemplation. There are two playgrounds on the school property. One is specifically for younger children.

General Rules of Use for Williston Country Parks and Primiti...

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Waterfront Park
10 College Street
BurlingtonVT

Ages: 0 - 14+

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 Skate Park, a festival site, which is host to a number of major events throughout the year, and a two lane boat launch. An outdoor skating rink in the winter. more»
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Ethan Allen Park
1006 North Ave
BurlingtonVT
(802) 864-0123

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Ethan Allen Park is an historic site, with views of the Green Mountains, Adirondacks and Lake Champlain from Ethan Allen Tower. Primarily a natural area with picnic facilities, overlook areas, and hiking trails; Ethan Allen Park also connects to the Bike Path and has a playground.

Local Motion has great trail maps here

 

Ethan Allen Tower is open from Mother's Day to Labor Day from 9am -sunset, weather dependent.  

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North Beach
52 Institute Rd
BurlingtonVT 05408

Ages: 0 and up

North Beach is located on the shore of Lake Champlain next to the Burlington Bike Path. Amenities include a large sandy beach, grassy picnic area with grills and picnic tables, a full service snack bar open daily 11am-6pm, rest rooms and foot showers. Lifeguard on duty to August 22nd and weekends until Labor Day.

North Beach Picnic Pavillion can accomodate groups of up to 70-80 for parties, barbeques and meetings.

Canoe Imports rents ...

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Oakledge Park
Oakledge Park
BurlingtonVT 05401
(802) 865-7247

Ages: 0 and up

Located at the end of Flynn Avenue, Oakledge park has over 2400 foot of waterfront. Facilities include: 

  • swimming beach with rocky shore (no lifeguard)
  • playground
  • tennis courts
  • softball fields
  • vollyball courts
  • walking trails
  • picnic shelters/picnic tables/grills
  • the first handicapped accessible tree-house
  • connection to the Burlington Bike Path
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Airport Park
250 Colchester Point Road
ColchesterVT 05446

Ages: 0 and up

This 64.5 acre park includes a 1.3 mile gravel jogging and/or cross-country skiing trail, fully equipped restrooms, picnic areas, a pavilion, a playground, 4 ball fields, 2 soccer fields, 2 sand volleyball courts, 6 horseshoe pits, 2 tennis courts, 1 basketball court, and a lighted ice skating rink in the winter. more»
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Leddy Park
216 Leddy Park Rd
BurlingtonVT 05408

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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 (one with lights), a basketball court, open air squash/racquetball court, natural areas, trails and a playground with restroom facilities. It's 1,800 feet of lakefront includes a sandy beach and grassy picnic area with plenty of shade, grills and picnic ...

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A_Dog Skatepark
Lake Street
BurlingtonVT

Ages: 0 - 14+

Burlington is now home to a world class concrete Skatepark, in the City’s Waterfront Access North area. The site is well connected to the Burlington Bike Path with parking nearby.

Thanks to our community for contributing to the realization of A-Dog Skatepark! Special thanks goes to: the Burlington Skatepark Coalition form their dedication and grass roots mobilization; the City’s DPW and CEDO for managing this project to successful com...

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