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Camel's Hump State Park
Camel's Hump Road
HuntingtonVT
(802) 879-5682

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 Camel's Hump is Vermont's third highest Mountain.  Camel's Hump has several major trails:

  • Burrows Trail: (2.1 miles/Moderately Difficult) climbs the west face of the mountain. This trail is also used in the winter for snowshoeing and skiing.
  • Monroe Trail: (3.1 miles/Moderately Difficult)climbs the east side and is somewhat challenging, but there's also an accessible loop with its own parking area. This shorter loop is 8/10 of a mile ...
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Lake Carmi State Park
460 Marsh Farm Road
Enosburg FallsVT 05450
(802) 933-8383

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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. In the thousands of years since the last ice age, the southern end of the original lake has silted in, creating wetland forests and the third largest peat bog in Vermont. L...

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Elmore State Park
856 State Route 12
Lake ElmoreVT 05657
(802) 888-2982

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The park had its beginning in 1936 when the town of Elmore and local citizens made a gift of 30 acres on Lake Elmore to the state of Vermont. With modest means, a picnic and beach area were created. Today, with more than 700 acres, Elmore State Park has become a popular, developed recreation facility. Lake Elmore is 219 acres, and lies northwest of the village and empties into the Lamoille River through Pond Brook. Elmore Mountain i...

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Grand Isle State Park
36 E Shore South
Grand IsleVT
(802) 372-4300

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Located on South Hero Island in Lake Champlain, the Island is known as Grand Isle. Opened in 1959, it is the most-visited campground in the state park system. With 4,150 feet of Lake Champlain shoreline, Grand Isle is popular with many destination campers who spend their entire vacation here. At the same time, the park location on US Route 2 attracts a high number of one-night campers, while proximity to population centers in Burling...

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Green River Reservoir
1393 Green River Dam Rd.
Hyde ParkVT 05655
(802) 888-1349

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Green River Reservoir became a state park in March 1999 when 5110 acres were purchased from the Morrisville Water and Light Department. The park will remain in its wild and undeveloped condition, with low-impact, compatible recreational use allowed on and around the Reservoir.

Park Amenities:

  • 28 remote campsites
  • paddling and boating (no power boats)
  • beach

 

Season:

  • Memorial Day Weekend - Columbus Day Weekend

 

Directions:

  • From the ju...
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Stillwater State Park
44 Stillwater Road
GrotonVT 05046
(802) 584-3822

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Stillwater State Park is part of a network of state parks in the Groton State Forest. Groton State Forest, with over 26,000 acres, is the second largest land block administered by the Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation. The forest contains over 17 miles of hiking trails and over 20 miles of gravel roads and multi-use trails suitable for mountain biking and horseback riding.

Park Amenities:

  • 62 tent/trailer sites
  • 17 lean-tos ...
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Emerald Lake State Park
65 Emerald Lake Lane
East DorsetVT 05253
(802) 362-1655

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Emerald Lake State Park is popular for its wooded hillside campground, beach and swimming area, and nearby attractions and tourist destinations. The park surrounds 20-acre Emerald Lake, named for its emerald green color. Restricted to non-motorized watercraft, the lake is ideal for swimming and paddling. The lake also offers anglers an opportunity to catch yellow perch, small mouth bass, northern pike and other warm-water species. Th...

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Mills Riverside Park
Route 15
JerichoVT

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Mills Riverside Park encompasses 216 acres of open meadow and forested hillside with a view of Mt. Mansfield. Over six miles of trail provide non-motorized, recreational opportunities year round. A post and beam pavilion offers park visitors an area for relaxing away from inclement weather. Amenities include pavilion (summer concert series), campground, pond and river for fishing, 6 miles of walking trails, playing fields, sledding, ... more»
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Ricker Pond State Park
18 Ricker Pond Camp Ground Road
GrotonVT 05046
(802) 584-3821

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Ricker Pond State Park is located on the western shores of Ricker Pond and adjacent to the Montpelier-Wells Rail Trail (Cross Vermont Trail) in the Groton Forest. Groton State Forest, with over 26,000 acres, is the second largest landholding administered by the Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation. It contains over 17 miles of hiking trails and over 20 miles of gravel roads and multi-use trails suitable for mountain biking and...

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Underhill State Park
Underhill State Park
UnderhillVT 05490
(802) 899-3022

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Underhill is within Vermont's 34,000-acre Mt. Mansfield State Forest. On the headwaters of the Brown's River, at about 2,000 feet elevation, the park lies on the west slope of 4,300 feet Mt. Mansfield, the state's highest peak.

Park Amenities:

  • 11 tentsites
  • 6 leantos
  • hiking
  • cold water
  • picnic shelter

Directions:

  • From I-89 Northbound: Take exit 11 and turn right at W Main ST/ US RT 2. Turn slightly to the right, onto River Rd./ VT...
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