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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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Shelburne Farms
1611 Harbor Road
ShelburneVT 05482
(802) 985-8686

Ages: 0 and up

Shelburne Farms is a membership-supported, nonprofit environmental education center and National Historic Landmark on the shores of Lake Champlain in Shelburne, Vermont. Our mission is to cultivate a conservation ethic. Schoolchildren, adults, educators and families come here to learn, while casual visitors may enjoy the walking trails, children’s far...

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Isham Family Farm
3515 Oak Hill Road
WillistonVT 05495
(802) 872-1525

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The Isham Family Farm has been in the family for 5 generations. They are very community-minded and are always creating ways to include others with their farm and land.

In the spring time, they produce Maple Syrup and host an Open House each year in their SugarHouse located on their vista in south Williston.

During the summer, you can walk their trail (town maintained) that will take you to an overlook of Lake Champlain and the Adironda...

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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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Smugglers' Notch Family Resort (Winter)
4323 Route 108
South CambridgeVT 05464
(802) 644-8851

Ages: 0 and up

Smugglers' Notch offers a variety of outdoor winter adventures all day long.

Alpine Skiing, Snowboarding or Telemark Skiing - 3 mountains with over 310 acres of ski and snowboard trails including glades, and terrain parks.

Ski/Ride Seasonal Programs for Kids - full-day camps include on-mountain instruction, lunch, rest time, afternoon snacks, entertainment and exploration programs. Kids ages 2 1/2+ on skis and age 3 on snowboards.

Rigle...

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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

Ages: 0 and up

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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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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