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Adam's Berry Farm (Organic)

Organically Grown Pick your own: Strawberries farm stand onlyBlueberries late mid-July to late AugustRaspberries late August to frost Check the picking schedule here before you go. They have a sand box and other kid distractions.Feel free to come and…

Adams Farm Market and Orchard

Apple Orchard: Open Daily 10-5 Beginning of September -mid OctoberFarm Market: 9AM-6PM  

Airport Park

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…

Alburg Dunes State Park

Alburg Dunes State Park is a 625-acre property named for the sand dunes near the center and western end of the south-facing natural sand beach. This beach is amongst the longest beaches on Lake Champlain. The wetland behind the beach includes the largest…

Allen Brook Park

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…

Allenholm Farm

Allenholm Farm is a seven generation Vermont apple orchard on an island in Lake Champlain! They grow 25 acres of apples. In the summer they harvest raspberries, blueberries, and tart cherries, which can be found at our farm stand. Fall brings apple harvest…

Allis State Park

Allis State Park was established in 1928 as Vermont’s second developed state park. The park is named for Wallace Allis, who willed his Bear Mountain Farm to the State of Vermont to be developed as a campground and recreational area. Park Amenities: hiking…

Appletree Park

Located in the north end of Burlington, Appletree Park, is a neighborhood park with three tennis courts, two basketball courts, playground and a youth ball field.

ArborTrek Canopy Adventure Tours @ Smugglers' Notch

Whether you're looking to learn about the local wildlife or just act like it, ArborTrek Canopy Adventures located at Smuggler's Notch has an aerial adventure for you.   ZIP LINE CANOPY TOUR Join them in the trees for 2.5 to 3 hours for year-round, gravity-fed,…

Audubon Vermont

The Green Mountain Audubon Center is located in Huntington, VT and is home to 250 acres of conserved lands with 5 miles of trails. Trails are open from dawn to dusk daily with the visitor center open Monday to Friday 9-4.  The Green Mountain Audubon Center…

Ausable Chasm

The Ausable Chasm, one of the oldests natural attractions in the US, is a unqiue and fun geological adventure for the entire family.Some of the highlights include: Walking - there are up to 3 miles of well-maintained, self-guided walking trails with interpretive…

Avalon Teaching Farm

Avalon Teaching Farm, L3C is a place for learning and doing in Fairfax, VT! Horsemanship, learning how to raise livestock, raising livestock and gardening on shared space, and home study support. We offer: Horsemanship Lessons for all ages and all levels…

A_Dog Skatepark

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!…

Baird Park

Located at the southern end of Pine Street, this is a two-acre neighborhood park with tennis courts, a half basketball court, playground and open field area with picnic table and benches. Baird Park is easily accessible from the Burlington bike path.…

Barre Municipal Pool

Cool off at the Barre pool.  Location: The City of Barre Municipal Swimming Pool is located at 59 Parkside Terrace, Barre, VT 05641. The pool is adjacent to Playground 2000 and is near entry points to the Barre City Bike Path. Contact: Please call the…

Battery Park

Located at the top of Battery Street in downtown Burlington, this park has a panoramic view of Lake Champlain and the Adirondacks, with a promenade, playground, monuments and a bandshell. The park is host to a series of concerts throughout the summer…

Bennington Museum

The Bennington Museum is known as the trusted caretaker of the largest collection of Grandma Moses art and memorabilia available to the public. Located in the heart of Vermont, our galleries evoke the rich heritage of this state with collections of paintings…

Bethel Drive-In

Drive-in movie theater Weekends: Memorial Day to Labor DayDouble features ....Friday, Saturday, & Sunday (Shows start at Dusk)Concession Buds with burgers, chicken tenders, fries, onion rings an more.  

Big Deer State Park

Big Deer State Park is part of the network of state parks in Groton State Forest. Because of this, Big Deer is in proximity to many great amenities, while providing a quieter place to camp. Park Amenities: 23 tent/trailer sites 5 lean-tos access to the…

Billings Farm & Museum

Billings Farm & Museum is just a scenic stroll from the village center of Woodstock, Vermont and is regarded as one of the finest outdoor history museums.  Billings Farm & Museum is known for its excellent Jersey breeding, dynamic programming and events…

Bingham Falls - Stowe, VT

Bingham Falls is located next to Route 108 between Stowe and Smugglers Notch. You will find a turnout to park. From there it is a short hike on a well-traveled trail to the falls. At the falls, you will find a beautiful swimming hole to jump in or other…

Birds of Vermont Museum

The Birds of Vermont Museum exhibits over 500 life-like woodcarvings of birds, and offers activities, bird walks, an annual art show (kids welcome!), carving classes, hiking trails, a gift shop, and other events. The museum exists to share love and knowledge…

Bolton Potholes

Bolton Potholesis a popular spot made up of 5 waterfalls that each create their own pool of water. The last one also has a rocky beach. As one of the closest swimming holes to Burlington, it can be very popular on warm summer days. Head upstream to get…

Bolton Valley Resort

Bolton Valley offers 71 trails for alpine skiing and riding, over 1200 acres of high elevation backcountry terrain, 15km of groomed Nordic trails, a complete Sports Center plus Vermont’s most extensive top-to-bottom night skiing and riding.   Downhill…

Bombardier Park East

185+ acres of open and wooded property, accessible from Park Place (Bombardier Park West), Tennis Court (Bombardier Park East), and Lela Mae Place. Features ADA AccessibleBike TrailFieldGaGa Ball PitGrillHorseshoe PitParkingPavilionPickleball Courts (4)Picnic…

Bombardier Park West

Park in Milton with the following: FeaturesADA AccessibleBaseball / SoftballBasketball CourtBike TrailFieldFieldhouseGaGa Ball PitGiant Adirondack ChairIce Skating RinkOutdoor Performance CenterParkingPavilionPicnic AreasPicnic SheltersPicnic TablesPlaygroundPondRestroomsSoccer…

Bomoseen State Park

Bomoseen State Park is a 3,576-acre park located in the Taconic Mountains on the shores of Lake Bomoseen, the largest lake entirely within Vermont’s borders. First opened to the public in 1960, the park boundaries encompass more than 2,000 acres surrounding…

Boulder Beach State Park

Boulder Beach is part of the network of state parks in the Groton State Forest. Because of this, Boulder Beach is in proximity to other park amenities and great camping. Park Amenities: 75 shaded picnic sites with tables and hibachis beach swimming cartop…

Bragg Farm Sugarhouse

Enjoy free guided tours, tastings, and a walk in the maple woods. Scenic views with a covered bridge nearby. Maple syrup taste testingMaple walking trailGift shop Mountain views and a covered bridge nearbyLarge collection of old sugar-making tools Ice…

Branbury State Park

This 69-acre park is located on the eastern sore of Lake Dunmore. There are 7 lean-to and 17 tent sites for camping. There is 1000 feet of natural sandy beach which make it great for swimming, boating and fishing (Canoe, kayak, rowboat, and pedal boat…

Bread and Butter Farm

This new 143 acre working farm is located in Shelburne.  There is a a small dairy with Jersey cows that are milked each day.  he bakery has a wood-fired oven which produces delicious treas like German sourdough breads, 3-seed bread, farmer's bread and…

Brennan Park

Brennan Park consists of 3 little league fields and a playground.

Brewster Gorge

To see a Google Map location, click here.

Brighton State Park

Brighton State Park lies a beautiful remote location surrounded by mountains with tree-covered slopes, fast running streams, and clear lakes, perfectly suited to the angler, the hunter, or the outdoor lover. The campground sits on the mostly undeveloped…

Bristol Falls and Circle Current Swimming Hole

Located alongside Lincoln Road for convenient parking, Bristol Falls starts with a waterfall that leads into a small canyon of slow moving water. Though the rocks can be slippery, you can swim to the far side and walk along the rock edge back to the waterfall…

Bristol Recreation Department

The Bristol Recreation Department is committed to offering life long learning opportunities through a wide range of quality recreational and performing arts activities to people of all ages. They offer programs such as: Hub Summer Camps: Wheels & TeensVacation…

Bristol Teen Center and Skatepark

The Hub Teen Center & Skatepark is a teen center serving youth from ages 12 to 19 with the mission of providing a safe, supervised, substance-free environment when school is not in session.

Bromley Mountain

Winter Fun at Bromley - The Mountain is home to forty seven trails on three hundred acres with a crowd-pleasing variety of skiing terrain for all levels of ability. Terrain difficulty is pretty evenly divided, with 35% beginner, 34% intermediate and 31%…

Brown's Beautiful Blueberries

Brown's is located in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. They are about 45 minutes from Stowe and 90 minutes from Burlington. Brown's is a picturesque 39-acre farm. Approximately 5 acres are planted with mature blueberry bushes on a southern-facing hill…

Burlington Parks, Recreation and Waterfront

Burlington Parks, Recreation & Waterfront offers a big selection of fall, winter, spring and summer programs for kids ages 3 to 18. Camps keep your child having fun all year long playing sports, having outdoor adventures, learning new things and making…

Burlington Tennis Club

Burlington Tennis Club is the quintessential family summer club experience. They are a member-owned, not-for-profit swim and tennis club hidden in South Burlington right next to the UVM athletic facilities.  Their season typically runs from mid-May to…

Burton Island State Park

Burton Island is a 253-acre park off the southwestern tip of St. Albans Point in Lake Champlain’s 'Inland Sea'. The park is accessible only by boat, with the state’s passenger ferry making the 10-minute trip from Kill Kare State Park. Park Amenities:…

Button Bay State Park

This 253-acre park, is located on a bluff in Ferrisburgh along the 130-mile long Lake Champlain. Park Amenities: Camping area is generally an open, grassy area overlooking Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains to the west.  73 camp sites…

Cabot Smith Farm

U-Pick Strawberries Choose and Cut Christmas Trees in Cabot Vermont.U-Pick Strawberries9 am-5 pm Friday-Sunday. To avoid disappointment, they strongly recommend checking this page or calling ahead if you plan to pick late in the day.  Choose and Cut Christmas…

Cady Falls Swimming Hole

To see a Google Map location, click here.  

Cady Hill Forest Mountain Bike Trails

A recreational property on 258 wooded acres with a network of trails used for biking and hiking. There is easy access to the trails from town, the Stowe Rec Path and Ranch Camp.

Calahan Park

Calahan Park, located on Locust Street, between Shelburne Road and Pine Street in Burlington's South End, is a 19 acre multi-purpose park. Facilities at Calahan Park include three basketball courts, four tennis courts, a soccer field, three ball fields,…

Camel's Hump State Park

 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:…

Camp Basin Harbor

A unique lakeside resort located in Vergennes, Vermont that is open Basin Harbor is open from mid-May to mid-October. For over a century, guests have been coming to this historic lakeside resort to recharge and reconnect with friends and family while…

Camp Plymouth State Park

Camp Plymouth is rich in history beginning with the construction of a military road in 1759 which Scout Camp Road still follows part of today. Also, popular for large gatherings and special events, Camp Plymouth has hosted many weddings. Park Amenities:…

Carman Brook Maple & Dairy Farm

See How Vermont Maple Syrup Is made and experience a working Vermont Dairy Farm at Vermont's Carman Brook Maple & Dairy Farm!When you tour tour the Sugar House you will see and learn about the: Woods & pipelineStore RoomEvaporator RoomGrading Maple Syrup When…

Catamount Outdoor Family Center

2024 general enrollment for summer camps open Feb. 29.A great destination for all members of the family. There are over 20 miles of trails. Catamount has many weekly events, races, rentals and more.Activities include:Summer camps- mountain biking, outdoor…

Cedar Circle Farm

Certified organic vegetable and berry farmlocated on land conserved by the Vermont Land Trust. In addition to 40 acres of cropland, 6 greenhouses, and 5 hoop houses, they also house a farmstand, coffee shop, and a licensed commercial kitchen. They are…

Champlain Orchards

Pick your own rasberries from July - October (call for availablity)Pick your own apples in the Fall (call for availability)Farm EventsFarm StandTours/Field Trips

Champlain Valley Expo

Champlain Valley Exposition is home to a variety of events, clubs and organizations. Host of the Champlain Valley Fair, craft shows, expos, outdoor concerts, races,and so much more. They are also the home of Far Post Soccer, Green Mountain Roller Derby,…

Chandler Pond Farm (Organic)

Chandler Pond Farm has been a landmark in Wheelock, Vermont for decades, boasting a beautiful and productive agricultural landscape with breathtaking views.Strawberries - When in season, their organically raised strawberries are available pre-picked in…

Charlotte Park and Wildlife Refuge

The Charlotte Park and Wildlife Refuge is 290 acres of open meadows, active agricultural fields, forests, and trails with views of Lake Champlain, the Green Mountains, and the Adirondacks. Native plants and animals make this scenic part of Charlotte their…

Church Street Marketplace

Burlington, Vermont's award-winning pedestrian mall is home to 100+ stores and restaurants, year-round events, entertainment, and more!

Colchester Paintball

Since 1996, Colchester Paintball strives to offer paintball players of all abilities a safe and enjoyable paintball experience. They prefer groups (great for brithday parties) and can accommodate 10 to 150 people. Groups with reservations of 10 or more…

Colchester Parks & Recreation Department

Colchester Parks & Recreation offers many youth programs, summer camps, special events for families and more.Camps: Full Day Camps beginning at age 4 every week, plus athletic camps, art camps, and more! View the 2024 summer brochure here, and register here.  …

Common Roots

The Wheeler House, owned by the city of South Burlington, sits on 119 acres of meadow, forest, trails, and gardens. Inside the old brick farmhouse, the classrooms feature wood floors and natural lighting with windows and views all around. On the far side…

Community Sailing Center

The Community Sailing Center is a vital hub on the shores of Lake Champlain where community members and visitors of Burlington, Vermont gather to play on the lake together through lessons, camps and other programming. They’ve got something here for everyone…

Connecticut Valley Orchard

They grow McIntosh, Cortland, and Macouns, as well as some of the newer varieties like Honey Crisp. The Connecticut Valley Orchard is also working to restore some of the heirloom varieties that were originally grown on the orchard including Esopus Spitzenberg…

Coolidge State Park

Coolidge State Park--known for its rustic feel, hillside campsites with dramatic mountain views, and authentic character--is the developed recreation centerpiece of the 21,500 acre Calvin Coolidge State Forest. It has a loop of forested campsites, restroom…

Covered Bridge Blueberry Farm

Cross thei covered bridge to a field of 2,300 mature blueberry bushes of four varieties. Pick your own or purchase pints at our farm stand! No pets or restrooms. 

Cross Vermont Trail

The Cross Vermont Trail is a project to build a multi-use, four season path across the width of Vermont; following the Winooski River and Wells River valleys. The trail mainly follows the Winooski River valley from Burlington to Montpelier and then continues…

Crystal Lake State Park

Crystal Lake is approximately three miles long and about one mile in width. In some places it is known to be more than 100 feet deep. It is a glacial lake beautifully situated among roughhewn mountain sides. Park Amenities: beach swimming concession stand…

Cutler Memorial Forest and The Pinnacle

Cutler Memorial Forest, located off Peace Street near the Dorset Village, is a great outdoor location for the public to explore. Walking trail map here.The Pinnacle property consists of a 35 acre forested parcel and an adjacent seven acres situated on…

Cycle the City

The Cycle the City route is one of Burlington’s most popular cycling routes, second to the Island Line Trail (Waterfront Recreation Path). It is a self-guided, 10 mile, easy loop that starts at the Local Motion Trailside Center, heads north along the…

D.A.R. State Park

With its picturesque setting on the shores of Lake Champlain, the park provides an ideal setting for anyone seeking a relaxing day visit or an overnight respite. A quiet park, it is popular for its large, open campground, grassy picnic areas and stone…

Dog River Swimming Hole

To see a Google Map location, click here.

Dolly Gray Orchard

Pick-your-own apples, 12 varieties, including antique varieties. Afternoons (11am-6pm), September 20 through Columbus Day.

Dorset Swimming Hole

Formerly a marble quarry, this swimming hole located on Route 30 on the right as you are going into Dorset at the intersection with Kelly Road. It has lots of cliffs and is well known by the locals.  

Dwight Miller Orchards

When possible, they offer pick-your-own certified organic apples, peaches, and blueberries as well as already-picked fruit for sale. Their Vermont maple syrup is available at the farm, along with small-batch jams and jellies, fresh eggs and pasture-raised…

Eagle Mountain

There are several easy family hikes with views of Lake Champlain, South Hero and the Adirondacks.  The main trail is the Hoyt Overlook Trail (0.6 miles).DIRECTIONS TO TRAILHEADFrom Burlington: Take I-89 north to Exit 17. Go west on Route 2 for 2.4 miles.…

Eden Dogsledding

Eden Dog Sledding offers educational sledding adventures for families Spring, Summer, Winter, and Fall! Our goal is to provide a healthy, happy home for our dogs while giving guests of all ages a hands-on, educational, breath-taking experience. Our dogs…

Elm Street Recreation Area

The Elm Street Recreation Area has all kinds of activities available. In addition to the swimming pool, there are also 4 tennis courts, 4 baseball diamonds (2 softball/farm league, 1 babe ruth, and 1 little league), outdoor basketball courts, a skateboard…

Elmore State Park

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…

Emerald Lake State Park

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,…

Equinox Preservation Trust Trails

Access Points & ParkingThere are two main entry points to the Equinox Preserve lands. The green entrance gate at the designated parking to the Red Gate Trail is the principal entrance. It can be accessed by driving west on West Union Street (just south…

Ethan Allen Park

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…

Fairfax Parks & Recreation Department

Fairfax Parks & Recreation Department offers 9 weeks of fun and safe summer day camps! For kids who have completed kindergarten to those who are 12 years old.These camps will be located at the Fairfax Community Park & Bike Path on Hunt Street and run…

Fairlee Drive-in Theater

Drive-in Movie Theater playing double features every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night. Click to see what is playing. Hours Drive in is open from the end of April through Mid SeptemberDouble Features on the WeekendSingle Features Monday- ThursdaySnack…

Falls of Lana

To view location on Google Maps, click here.

Family Fun & Entertainment Center

An outdoor activity center that includes a driving range, batting cages, and miniature golf. They have a snack stand with ice cream bars, candy and drinks.   

Farrell Park

This 22 acre park is a great location to catch a baseball game in the spring, a football game in the fall, and jump on the Rec. Path right from the parking lot in the summer. Your family can enjoy the playground while having a picnic or take a walk in…

Five Tree Hill Park

 Five Tree Hill Park is 57 acres of forest located in South Williston. The trail to the overlook passes through private lands, so it is requested that visitors be respectful and do not stray from the trail. There are two entrances to the trail. The first…

Flatlander Farm

Flatlander Farm is a pasture based farm in Starksboro, VT known for premium quality pasture-raised chicken, duck, and goose, and their expansive mountain views. Their pasture-raised chicken and duck is available for purchase, as well as other local products…

Fort Dummer State Park

Fort Dummer State Park, located in the Connecticut River Valley, has 217 acres of forest land just outside of Brattleboro. The park was named after Fort Dummer, the first permanent white settlement in Vermont. Built on the frontier in 1724, it was initially…

Fort Ethan Allen Parade Grounds & Park

Fort Ethan Allen Parade Grounds and Park is a 19 acre community park featuring athletic fields, two tennis courts, a playground, a gazebo and a walking trail. This park is operated by both Colchester and Essex.

Fort Ticonderoga

The Fort is more than just a restored military fortress. It is a National Historic Landmark. Children can come away with a better understanding of American history from the French and Indian Wary and revolutionay war periods during the 18th centuries.Fort…

Fosters Swimming Hole

Foster's Swimming hole is a rocky stream with deep pool for swimming. Lots of big rocks to sit on and shallow places for smaller children to play. It is a short walk down from the road. To see a Google Map location, click here. Swim at your own risk.  

Free Library Day Passes to Vermont State Parks

Vermont public libraries are now circulating free day-use passes to Vermont State Parks. Under "Check Out the Parks", each public library has been given a one day pass that can be checked out for free admission to a state park. The passes are good at…

Full Belly Farm

Strawberry picking is open for the 2024 season!  Offering pick your own strawberries, blueberries & raspberries all summer long. The farm stand is always stocked with delicious produce, fresh from our fields, plus our favorite Vermont products. And they…

Gaines Farm Corn Maze

Gaines Farm is a bicentennial farm located in Guilford, Vermont. The farm has been in the same family and at the same location for over 200 years. Gaines Farm operates a dairy business on 200 acres which consists of open crop land, a maple sugar bush…

Gifford Woods State Park

With its location at the base of Killington and Pico peaks and close proximity to the Appalachian and Long trails, this park is a favorite of hikers. The park is also a popular destination during the fall foliage season for its dramatic autumn colors.…

Gilbrook Natural Area

A 42 acre natural area with ponds, wetlands and forest. Over a mile of interconnected trails for walkers, joggers, bikers, and dog walkers (leash required). Cross-country skiers in the winter.

Gingue Farm

They are a 3rd generation Vermont family farm. Stock up on some great gourds! Pumpkins are great to decorate your dooryard, carve a jack-o-lantern, or maybe jazz up your latte. 

Gold Brook Swimming Hole

Under the bridge on Gold Brook Road right before the intersection of Gold Brook Circle, this small but interesting swimming hole is easily accessible off Route 100/Waterbury Road. Legend has it that you can pan for gold, but you will have to climb down…

Grafton Ponds Outdoor Center

A year-round recreation center offering Nordic skiing, snowshoeing & snow tubing in winter. They offer mountain biking, bike terrain park, hiking, canoeing, swimming and kids camps in summer. And now a year round Biathlon course. Full base lodge. Click…

Granby Zoo

The zoo has a collection of over 1,000 animals from some 200 species.Water Park - Amazoo Yoplait Water Park that includes a wave pool, lazy river for tubing, and water game basin.Rides Park - free activities such as jungle ball training camp, bumper cars,…

Grand Isle State Park

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…

Great Eddy Bridge Swimming Hole

The Great Eddy Covered Bridge over the Mad River is a popular, small swimming hole in Waitsfield Village with a rocky beach stretching out from the edge. You will find a deep pool located right below the bridge. Bridge abutments allow for leaping into…

Great Vermont Corn Maze

Big Corn MazeLargest Maze in New England. 26 acres of fun. Big maze (a Black Diamond level maze) can take 2+ hours to hike. Consist of 3+ miles of trail, bridges, tunnel, photo ops, etc.  Recommend arriving as early as possible, no later than 1PM. Closing…

Green Mountain Orchards

The Darrow family has been growing apples since 1914. They offer already picked or pick your own apples, blueberries, peaches, pumpkins, and more. In the fall they have wagon rides. And year round by appointment they offer sleigh or wagon rides.  During…

Green River Reservoir

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…

Hackett's Orchard

Hackett's Orchard is a fun stop in the summer and especially in the fall. They have a farm stand with Vermont specialty foods and produce from their gardens. Get there early in the morning for fresh cider donuts. Their home made apple pies are the BEST.…

Half Moon State Park

Nestled away in the forests of 3,500-acre Bomoseen State Park sits the quiet camping area comprising Half Moon Pond State Park. Set in the dense woods of a small, sheltered basin, the park surrounds Half Moon Pond. Park Amenities: 52 tent sites 5 cabins…

Hall's Orchards

Open June  - DecemberApple varities include McIntosh, Cortland, Empire, Red Delicious, and other Early Varieties.

Happy Valley Orchard

Pick your own Apples starting in late August.  Over 70 different variety of apples. Pumpkin picking too. Call for variety availability dates.

Hard'ack Pool

This large, state-of-the-art swimming pool is open to the sky in the summer and in the winter, it’s covered by an inflatable dome.

HARD'ACK Recreation Area

A 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Charitable Organization, Hard'ack's mission is to provide recreation to Franklin county residents through skiing, snowboarding, sledding, wilderness trails and sports fields. During the Spring/Summer/Fall months look for these activities…

Hartshorn Farm (Organic)

Hartshorn Farm grows certified organic vegetables, fruits and flowers. These are available at their roadside farm stand (June-October), and through our CSA, as well as wholesale to area restaurants and stores.  They have pick your own berries, as well…

Hathaway Farm & Corn Maze

Hours and Dates of OperationsHathaway Farm & Corn Maze opens the last weekend in July & runs through the last weekend in October. Open 6 days a week, Closed on Tuesdays & in inclement weather. Hours 10am-5pm & on Saturdays open until 9pm. for admission…

Hathaway's Drive-in

Hathaway's, like all of the Drive-In theatres in the area, is one of the lucky few of its kind left in this country. They show you a double feature during the season from late April through early September. There is a snack bar. Click for directions.

Heritage Park

This one acre park is ocated off Main Street on Heritage Drive, Colchester Village. It has one tennis court, one basketball court, a picnic table and playground.

Hoolie Flats Farm

Vermont's Largest Flower Maze

Horsford Gardens and Nursery

Horsford's is located in beautiful Charlotte, Vermont. Local gardeners have trusted us with growing for their landscapes since 1893. The nursery is home to a full-service Garden Center that annually hosts educational events open to local communities.…

Hubbard Park

Hubbard Park is a 185 acre park located close to downtown Montpelier. It has roughly 7 miles of hiking and skiing trails, numerous picnic areas, a soccer and ball field, a small pond, a sledding hill, and a 54 foot observation tower.The park also offers…

Hudak Farm

This 50 year old family farm made the transition from a dairy farm to market garden 30 years ago.  Located north of downtown St. Albans you will find flowers, plans, fruits, veggies, cider, maple syrup and more.  Each year they hold an annual harvest…

Hunger Mountain Orchard

Hunger Mountain Orchard was established in 1979 by Wm. F. Wyman. Located along the Worcester Mountain Range in Waterbury Center, this orchard is open yearly for picking and sales from early September until mid-October.Dogs are permitted if on a leash. 

Indian Brook Park

Indian Brook Park is a 575-acre community park featuring a 60-acre reservoir, trails, a non-motorized boat launch, picnic areas and parking. An ideal location to fish, hike, horseback ride or run! Passes can be purchased at 81 Main Street, Mon - Fri,…

Intervale Center

Founded in 1988, the Intervale Center manages a 360-acre campus of farmland, trails and open space along the Winooski River in Burlington, VT. The famer's influence radiates out from this beloved place as we work across Vermont to enhance farm viability…

Isham Family Farm

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…

Island Blueberries

Pick-your-own Blueberries on Grand Isle. Pints and quarts available.

Island Line Trail

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…

Jamaica State Park

Jamaica State Park is located on a bend of the West River about one-half mile from the center of the town of Jamaica. This park is 772 acres. The West River is a favorite spot for many fishermen. The area at Salmon Hole is now used as a swimming area.…

Jay Peak Resort

Located in Northern Vermont only a few miles from the Canadian border, Jay Peak usually opens early and likes to be the last one in the East to close. For those they like to stay in touch, a Verizon Wireless tower located at the summit provides digital…

Jaycee Park

This 6.9 acre park is very active with both neighborhood and city wide activities. The O`Brien Center can be used for community meetings and small special gatherings. Jaycee Park is a permitted park for the fields and open space to organized groups.Amenities lit…

Jeff Falls

To see a Google map location, click here.   

Jericho Parks & Recreation Department

The Jericho Parks & Recreation Department is responsible for: Summer Camps - The Jericho Camp (entering Kindergarten - Grade 4) at Jericho Elementary School, The Browns River Camp (entering Grade 5 - 8) at Browns River Middle School. Mills Riverside…

Johnson Swimming Hole

Swimming hole in Lamiolle River just north of Johnson on RT 100C. To see a Google map location, click here.  

Kayak Rentals at Vermont State Parks

Affordable kayak and boat rentals at Vermont State Parks, like Alburg Dunes, Burton Island, Grand Isle, Kil Kare, Knight Point, Lake Carmi and Sand Bar. To see a full list of where you can rent boats click here.

Kettle Pond State Park

Kettle Pond State Park's campground is located on the shores of Kettle Pond, an undeveloped pond. There are 26 lean-to's arranged into five separate groups designed to accommodate a variety of different group sizes. Park Amenities: group camping 6 leantos…

Kill Kare State Park

Kill Kare State Park is named for Kill Kare, a summer camp for boys, which operated on this site for some fifty years through the mid-1900s. Kill Kare is surrounded on three sides by the sparkling water of Lake Champlain. In the 1840s, the property was…

Killeen Crossroads Farm

At Killeen Crossroads Farm, they believe everyone should have access to healthy food. They are committed to sustainably growing a diverse range of vegetables, flowers, poultry and beef.Their hillside earthwork consists of 12 terraced garden beds for vegetable…

Kingdom Corn Maze

Your Vermont farm adventure starts at Kingdom Corn Maze in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom! There are over twenty acres of family fun at this Vermont corn maze. If you’re looking for some amazing fun in there Vermont corn maze, you can choose to get lost…

Kingsland Bay State Park

Kingsland Bay State Park is one of Vermont's newest parks and at present has limited services. Much of the 264 acres, along the shores of Lake Champlain, remains as a natural area. There are several buildings available for large group gatherings including…

Knight Island State Park

Knight Island, acquired by the State in 1990. This 185-acre island is a mile long and nearly a half mile wide. The park includes all but 10+ acres of private land on the island's southern tip. When on Knight Island, please respect the rights of the park…

Knight Point State Park

Knight Point on North Hero Island opened as a state park in 1978, but its history goes back much further. John Knight, the Point's first resident, began ferry service between the islands in 1785. His family operated a ferry until the first bridge opened…

Knoll Farm - U Pick Blueberries (Organic)

Knoll Farm offers pick-your-own organic blueberries from mid July through August.  During picking season they are open everyday from 8:00 - 6:00pm.  They are located 1/2 mile from the village of Waitsfield.

Lake Carmi State Park

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…

Lake Champlain Cruises aboard the Spirit of Ehtan Allen III

The best way to enjoy Lake Champlain is with a cruise aboard the 424 passenger Spirit of Ethan Allen III. Discover the region’s rich history, as the Captain’s narration unfolds tales of Indian lore, the Revolutionary War, and Ethan Allen himself. Explore…

Lake Champlain Maritime Museum

Museum The Lake Champlain Maritime Museum has hands-on exhibits and learning adventures for all ages. It showcases the rich history of the Lake Champlain region and its people.They have a large collection of original small watercraft built over the last…

Lake Dunmore Kampersville

Lake Dunmore Kampersville is one of New England’s truly outstanding campgrounds and RV parks, Vermont camping at its best! Sparkling clean Lake Dunmore serves as the focal point of Kamperville’s exciting Vermont camping. They have RV adn tent sites as…

Lake Iroquois

Lake Iroquois is a man-made lake that was created in 1867 and now managed by the Lake Iroquois Recreational District representing the four towns of Williston, Richmond, Hinesburg and St. George. Amenities include a beach, snack bar (June - August), restrooms,…

Lake Morey Resort

Nestled in the green Vermont hills above the Connecticut River, Lake Morey Resort provides the perfect getaway any time of the year. they are proud that our guests return year after year, drawn by the natural beauty, and genuine hospitality that has set…

Lake Saint Catherine State Park

The park, which consists of 117 acres, first opened as a small picnic and swimming area in 1953. The area is known for its past slate quarrying operations, with remains of slate mills, quarries, and rubble piles still visible. The park itself was once…

Lake Willoughby

Lake Willoughby is a lake in the town of Westmore in Orleans County in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. Lake Willoughby is the second deepest lake in the state and the deepest lake entirely contained within Vermont, reaching a depth of about 320 feet. There…

Lamoille Valley Bike Tours

Lamoille Valley Bike Tours is a seasonal electric bike tour and rental company that operates on the scenic, car-free Lamoille Valley Rail Trail. Along with a variety of adult-oriented tours, they offer a handful of family friendly tours including a playground…

Lamoille Valley Rail Trail

The Lamoille Valley Rail Trail is a 4-season recreational trail spanning the breadth of Vermont from St. Johnsbury to Swanton, and crossing eighteen communities along the route. When completed, the LVRT will be the longest rail trail in New England. Trail…

Landry Park

Located off Pine Street in Winooski, this park has summer and winter amentities. Winter amentities include outdoor skating rink and a sledding hill that is not too steep but fairly long. Summer include skate park, municipal pool, community gardens, playground,…

Lanzer's Fruit Farm (Organic)

Lanzer's Fruit Farm is a small berry farm in the N.E.K specializing in Black Currants. 45+ different varieties including 4 from the late Lewis Hill.The Rules: Please do not bring your animals. Have have free range birds and our own petsYou are welcome…

Laplatte Nature Park

A 125 acre park located off Shelburne Falls Road adjacent to the Post Office. Trails are available for walking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing. Community Gardens is also located off La Platte Circle.

Lareau Swimming Hole

Located off Route 100 across from Lareau Farm Inn, this swimming hole offers a little something for everyone. Shallow waters near the shore are great for little ones learning how to tread water, while directly across the river, rocks provide a seven-foot-tall…

Leddy Park

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,…

Liberty Hill Farm

Liberty Hill Farm is a great place for families with kids of all ages to come and stay overnight! Milk a cow, feed a baby calf, cuddle a kitten, chase a chicken and make friends with the animals! Explore the fields and river, then come home to a yummy…

Little River State Park

Enjoy swimming beaches, play areas, boat rentals and a launch, and miles of hiking and mountain bike trails in the adjacent Mt. Mansfield State Forest. Self-guided history and nature trails are located close to the camping area.Park Amenities:73 Campsites20…

Local Motion's Trailside Center

Looking to rent a bike? Want to learn about new trails? Seeking to make your town a better place for walking and bicycling? Conveniently located next to the train station on the bike path, Local Motion's Trailside Center promotes cycling, walking, running…

Lowell Lake State Park

Lowell Lake State Park was established in 1981 when the State of Vermont purchased 207 acres from the Estate of Arline Weiss Gardner on the southern end of Lowell Lake. This area included the dam, cemetery, and an informal car top boat launch. Park Amenities:…

Mad River Glen

Mad River Glen, one of Vermont's first major ski areas, was founded in 1947 by a small group of investors. Heading up that group was Roland Palmedo who wanted to create a ski area for truly dedicated skiers, with a minimum of commercial interests and…

Mad River Greenway Swimming Hole

Head down the bank and on to the pebbly beach. There you can wade into the cool, flowing Mad River. There are rocks that form a gentle “rapid” to play in. Good for kids as well as the family dog!  GPS Coordinates here.  44.1900396, -72.8246337 

Mad River Path

The Mad River Path Association operates 15 miles of valley-floor trails in Warren, Fayston, and Waitsfield. The Path is accessible to a wide range of users in all seasons. While we are striving for greater accessibility, at the moment, the majority…

Mad Tom Orchard

This PYO Orchard offers Ginger Gold, Zestar, Sansa, McIntosh, Gala, Honeycrisp and Cortland apples.  They also have raspberries.  Be sure to check the website for picking conditions and hours before you plan your visit.  Directions:They are located on…

Maidstone State Park

Maidstone is the most remote of Vermont's state parks and still retains much of the wilderness character associated with the Northeast Kingdom. Maidstone Lake was created when glacial ice carved out a deep basin in a preexisting valley. When the last…

Maple Street Park & Pool

MAPLE STREET PARK A large park with lots of things to do. Tall shady trees and a pool make it even enjoyable on warm sunny days. Park Features: 38 acres of park land Recreation center 2 swimming pools Concession stands 4 pavilions …

Marsh-Billings-Rockerfeller National Park

Nestled among the rolling hills and pastures of eastern-central Vermont, the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park is the only national park to tell the story of conservation history and the evolving nature of land stewardship in America.The…

Mendon Mountain Orchard

Since 1982, Mendon Mountain Orchards has been a family run motel and "heirloom" apple orchard. They also have a bakery and country store on their 26 acres. You can purchase apple pies and cider.

Middlebury Snow Bowl

Encompassing about 120 acres of open terrain, 17 trails, terrain park and glades, the Snow Bowl serves all ages and abilities for family fun. There are 2 double chair lifts and 1 triple chair covering a vertical drop of 1,050 feet supported by state-of-the-art…

Middlebury Town Pool

The Middlebury town pool is located at Middlebury Recreation Park.  Families can enter daily or purchase a season pass. Non-residents can join as well. They also offer various levels of swim lessons throughout the season. 

Mills Riverside Park

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…

Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge

This 6,592-acre refuge includes most of the Missisquoi River delta where it flows into Missisquoi Bay. The refuge is made up of quiet waters and wetlands which attract large flocks of migratory birds. The upland areas of the refuge consist of both open…

Molly Stark State Park

The area that now makes up Molly Stark State Park was cleared for agriculture and sheep farming by settlers in the 19th century. In 1932, a Civilian Conservation Corps crew built a roadside picnic area here on land owned by the Towns of Wilmington and…

Monkton Ridge Orchard

Pick your own or choose among many varieties of ready-picked apples. Trees are laden with apples close to the ground, making it easy for young children to have the experience of picking their own apples. Also available: cider, cider donuts, honey, mums,…

Montshire Museum of Science

This hands-on museum offers many exciting indoor exhibits that focus on the natural and physical sciences, ecology and technology. Step outside the museum to experience the many outdoor exhibits that teach children about the solar system, New England…

Moonrise Farm

Located in the beautiful countryside of Essex, Vermont, Moonrise Farm is our home, art & writing studio and of course the home of Sweet Pea & Friends.  This is a Storybook farm, where we create art, photography and write stories about the animals that…

Moretown Gorge

To see a Google map of this location, click here.

Morse Farm Sugar Works

Maple Sugaring farm with lots of land to trek and maple themed products and tours. Creemees and Maple Kettle Corn are just some of the featured delights. Sugar on snow is also a big event during the winter (available upstairs on the glassed-in deck Saturdays…

Morse Hillside Farm

This farm offers pick-your-own blueberreies and raspberries. They specialize in raspberry products, honey, and maple syrup. Their U-Pick berry hours are weather dependent, so please call ahead to confirm.

Moss Glen Falls

A tight, windy walk of about 300 feet on a trail leads you to the bottom of Moss Glen Falls. There are some small pools but the real attraction is the ~80 foot waterfall. Climb up the hill to view.

Mount Ascutney State Park

The original park, being the summit road, the stone toilet buildings, campsites 1 to 18, and the ranger's quarters had all been completed by 1939 when the CCC camp moved to Okemo. The stonework is all of Ascutney granite. The ranger's quarters and entrance…

Mount Philo State Park

The 168-acre park is located atop Mt. Philo (968' elevation) and overlooks the Lake Champlain Valley and the Adirondack Mountains of New York. A narrow, steep road (not recommended for trailers) provides visitors access to the top of the mountain. This…

Mountain Bike School & Guides

4 Points VT LLC was started with the intention of making learning to mountain bike an easy and enjoyable experience. Mountain Biking is an exciting life style sport but it can be intimidating to start. Let 4 Points trained instructors show you the way…

Mountain's Edge Farm

Call and stop in for a visit to see the animals and farm, or enjoy a wagon or sleigh ride. Also come out and see them at Addison County Farm & Field Days, Skowhegan State Fair, Champlain Valley Fair, Lancaster Fair, Fryeburg Fair, and Topsfield Fair yearly.…

Mud Pond Conservation Area

Mud Pond Conservation Area consists of 141 acres of land that includes a peat bog pond and surrounding upland forests. The 65-foot deep Mud Pond has characteristics of both a bog and a fen, and is one of only two examples of this type of pond in the state…

Mud Pond Country Park

Mud Pond Country Park is 79 acres of pine forest on the opposite side of South Road from Mud Pond Conservation Area. A 2.3 mile loop trail at Mud Pond Country Park was developed as a multiple use trail, meaning that it is suitable for mountain bikers,…

Myers Memorial Pool

Located in the heart of Winooski, the Myers Memorial Pool has been a place of recreation and growth for community members since 1975. The Myers Memorial Pool was originally opened in the mid 70’s to provide a low-cost recreation option during the summer…

Natural Area at Shelburne Pond

This is an easy-to-hike, one-mile trail loop maintained by the University of Vermont. Visitors can also explore the shoreline of Shelburne Pond in a canoe or kayak. The state-owned fishing access to the pond is located about one mile west of the intersection…

Ndakinna Education Center

The Ndakinna Education Center is an affiliate of the Greenfield Review Literary Center, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and charitable organization located in Greenfield Center, New York. Ndakinna is a place to learn… Wilderness & Survival Skills: fire making,…

New Discovery State Park

As early as 1704, Native Americans and the French were using routes through Groton to reach Canada and Massachusetts. Colonists settled this area of Vermont slightly earlier than the rest of the State through the accessible network of waterways. A unique…

New Village Farm

New Village Farm offers a living space for children to work and play in which they can explore new skills, and experience the best of nature and themselves. They seek to support children in recognizing what they bring to the world, and in knowing themselves…

Niquette Bay State Park

This 553-acre park began with an initial land purchase by the State of Vermont in 1975. It is named for Niquette Bay, the local name for an indentation along the northeastern shore of Lake Champlain’s larger Malletts Bay. 4700 feet of scenic rocky and…

North Beach

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.…

North Branch Nature Center

North Branch Nature Center has become an integral part of outdoor recreation and learning in central Vermont, serving 10,000 visitors annually. Their 28-acre preserve of forest and fields is nestled in a gentle bend of the North Branch of the Winooski…

North Forest Canoe Trail

Completed in 2006, the 740-mile Northern Forest Canoe Trail (NFCT) connects waterways from the New York state’s Adirondack Park to the Canadian border in northern Maine. Following traditional travel routes used by Native American, settlers and guides,…

North Hero State Park

We refer to this as a remote camping area because of the reduced services, facilities and staff on hand at the park. The ranger station is open on a reduced-hours schedule, although there is resident staff in the park around the clock. The fee schedule…

North Hollow Blueberry Farm

North Hollow Berry Farm is a new family affair for the Sedutto and Komer family, who are putting new energy into this family-friendly blueberry farm, including a new name and a whole host of updates in advance of the upcoming blueberry season!Tucked away…

North Meadow Farm

Come enjoy our petting farm and playground then check out our farm store where you can find their cheese as well as many other local products.

Oak View Hill Trail (Isham Farm)

The Oak View Hill Trail passes along a public trail easement across the privately owned Isham Family Farm. The 3/4 mile loop trail at Oak View Hill passes by some of the Isham's farm fields, as well as through their working sugarbush. Highlights include…

Oakledge Park

Located at the end of Flynn Avenue, Oakledge park has over 2400 foot of waterfront. Facilities include: swimming beach with rocky shore (no lifeguard)playgroundtennis courtssoftball fieldsvollyball courtswalking trailspicnic shelters/picnic tables/grillsthe…

Okemo Mountain Resort

Okemo Mountain Resort is conveniently located in south-central Vermont, above the village of Ludlow, just off Vermont Routes 103 and 100.Okemo Mountain Resort is the big mountain that gets the little things right. Rising above the village of Ludlow, in…

Owl's Head Blueberry Farm

Pick your own blueberries. Check the current picking conditions before you go. Pack a picnic dinner and listen to Music while you pick on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. There is anything from traditional bagpipes to jazz to rock and roll.  

Parker Family Farm

Pumpkins & more: Ornamental Pumpkins - Fudges - Blueberry Maple Syrup.HoursOpen Saturdays & Sundays in September & October 10:00- 6:00

Paul Mazza's U-Pick Strawberries, Blueberries & Rasberries

Pick your own:Strawberries Mid June for approximate 3 weeksBlueberries Mid July for 4 weeksRasberries Mid July - end of October

Peck Farm

The Peck Family Farm was established in 1788 by Nathaniel Peck. Today the farm is owned by the descendants of Nathanial Peck, the Bair Family. After 200 years of agricultural use, the farm is still active with the dairy industry, maple sugaring, and forest…

Pelkey's Blueberries

This family operated PYO blueberry farm is open seasonally for picking. A family-friendly place with 13,000 bushes and blueberry pie.

Pico Mountain

With all the charm of classic Vermont and all the challenge of the best of New England skiing, Pico Mountain welcomes fans old and new, time and again. A family-loving resort, Pico’s Planet Kids keeps the smallest skiers entertained, while 52 trails,…

Pomeroy Park

Located at the corner of North and Booth Street, the park has a fenced in playground and a new basketball court.  Per Burlington Parks & Rec rules, court play at neighboorhood parks is prohibited from 10:00pm - 7:00am

Poor Farm Sugar Works

Open 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Sat. and Sun. Boiling with wood, using pipeline and buckets. Syrup samples, maple salsa, maple butter, sugar on snow, bucket gathering and walking trails.

Powers Park

Powers Park is the public pool, tennis courts, and park serving the greater Lyndonville, VT area. They offer swim lesson, tennis lessons and several other programs.

Quechee Segway Tours

Closed for 2024 season due to construction. Quechee Segway Tours will sweep you away into the backwoods and meadows of Vermont's historic Quechee Gorge. Learn about the deep railroad history and the factory mills that made woolen goods that were shipped…

Quechee State Park

The focal point of the park is Vermont’s deepest gorge, formed by glacial activity approximately 13,000 years ago. Visitors can look down at the Ottauquechee River, flowing 165 feet below viewing points along Route 4. The land on which the park is located…

Railroad Street Skateboard Park

Vermont's newest 100% concrete action sports park. Phase I was completed in November 2008. The park is open to skaters, inline skaters, and BMX riders (no pegs). Helmets are required and are available on a first come, first served basis in Indigenous.…

Red Rocks Park

This 100 acre acre park is open for use year round and parking outside the main gate is allowed from mid August through mid June. Summer hours are 9:00am-7:00pm daily, mid June through mid August. In the summer parking is allowed only inside the park’s…

Ricker Pond State Park

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…

River Berry Farm (Organic)

An organic vegetable and small-fruit family farm located on the Lamoille River in Fairfax. Organic strawberries are available as pick-your-own and pre-picked starting about the third week in June through the first week in July. Organic raspberries summer…

River of Life Corn Maze

The Corn maze is open the end of August through the first weekend in October.  Saturdays - 2pm to DarkSundays - 3pm to DarkLabor Day Monday - 2pm to Dark  Check the web site for exact dates. 

River Trail

An 8.3 mile (round trip) sandy, single track trail that is adjacent to the Winooksi River.  Start at On The Rise Bakery, cross the bridge, pass the Old Brick Church and the rest is on the dirt path.  See this web site for point-by-point details.

Riverside Park Swimming Hole

The highlight of this hole, located in Riverside Park across from Sugarbush's access road, is the rope swing--great for launching yourself from the shady banks into the sun-drenched water. A relatively placid spot along the river, this hole is great for…

Rock of Ages Granite Quarries

The Rock of Ages Quarry offers spectacular narrated tours of world’s largest active granite quarry! There are also self guided tours of the visitors center and factory. Check out the outdoor granite bolwing lane and visit the Cut-in-stone Center where…

Rokeby Museum

The Rokeby Museum provides an intimate record of two centuries of Vermont family life and agriculture. The house and farm nurtured and survived the growing up and growing old of four generations of Robinsons—a remarkable family of Quakers, farmers, abolitionists,…

Roosevelt Park

Roosevelt Park is a three-acre neighborhood park on Oak Street in Burlington's Old North End, across from the Boys and Girls Club. Roosevelt Park's facilities include two tennis courts, a baseball field, two basketball courts, and an open playing field,…

Rossetti Natural Area (Thayers Beach)

Rossetti Beach Natural Area is a 47-acre property located in Colchester, VT and features free access to over 1,280 feet of rare sandy beach on Lake Champlain. Formerly known as Thayers Beach, it is a popular sandy spot for both boaters and beachgoers. …

Rossignol Park

Located at the corner of North Brownell Road and Industrial Avenue, this park is a sheltered area which is great for families. Two tennis courts, a basketball court, Little League field, swing sets, and a preschool play structure are ready for use.In…

Sam Fishman Memorial Pool

The Sam Fishman Memorial Pool is a municipal pool was built in 1966 and was originally known as the Vergennes Community Pool. This pool was made possible from a federal grant and a large match from Simmonds Precision (known now as Collins Aerospace).…

Sam Mazza's Corn Maze

It's a 3.2 mile maze built in the likeness of a 100-foot tall scarecrow, a 65-foot tall pumpkin and last a 50-foot tall crow. Located right in the back fields of the Sam Mazza Farm Market on Lavigne Road in Colchester, VT, you can come and test your sense…

Sam Mazza's Harvest Weekends

When the leaves start turning everyone at Mazza's celebrates fall and the wonderful experiences that this season brings by holding their annual Fall Festival. It is a great family experience. The festival offers lots of on-grounds entertainment. The children…

Sam Mazza's U-Pick

Sam Mazza's offers PYO:Strawberries Blueberries Rasberries Pumpkins 

Sand Bar State Park

This fifteen-acre park has a smooth, sandy lake bottom which remains shallow well out from shore, making this an ideal swimming spot for children. That, and the uninterrupted length of sandy beach, very high quality water in this section of the lake,…

Sand Hill Park and Pool

Sand Hill Road Park is a 9 acre community park featuring: Two tennis courtsPlaygroundPicnic shelterThe shelter may be reserved, for a fee, for use during regular park hours (7:00 am - 9:00 pm) on a first-come, first-served basis. User applications are…

Schifilliti Park

Located in the north end of Burlington, by Hunt Middle School. Schifilliti Park is primarily maintained by volunteer efforts for use as Little League facility, with three ball fields and a tennis court.

Schmanska Park

Schmanska is another neighborhood park, located on Grove St. It offers a ball field, basketball court and playground as well as a barn with meeting/function space. Court play at neighborhood parks is prohibited from 10pm-7am.

Scott Farm

The PYO farm has 75 varieties of apples. Plus they have peaches, plums, pears, quince, medlars, cherries, gooseberries, nectarines & berries.  Also heirloom cider, jams, jellies, pumpkins & pies.  Their farm stand is open July until Thanksgiving. During…

Seyon Lodge State Park

One of Vermont’s best kept secrets, Seyon Lodge State Park provides rustic and welcoming facilities in the midst of the inspiring beauty of Groton State Forest. Situated on the pristine shores of Noyes Pond, the Lodge provides year-round lodging and meeting…

Shattack Mountain Trail

This 2.2 mile loop trail can be accessed just up the road from the small parking area. There is a a one mile loop trail with 2 other trails branching off. The trail are well marked with yellow, red and blue markers. The Waterfall Trail (Red) leads to…

Shelburne Bay Park

A 104 acre park located off of Bay Road. One entrance accesses the Bike and Recreation Path open for walking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. The other accesses the boat ramp area managed by the Fish and Wildlife Department. The Recreation Path…

Shelburne Farms

Shelburne Farms is a membership-supported education nonprofit whose mission is to inspire and cultivate learning for a sustainable future through its programs, place, and products. Our programs offer transformative learning experiences for all ages; our place—a…

Shelburne Museum

Shelburne Museum in Shelburne, Vermont is one of North America’s finest, most diverse and unconventional museums of art, design and Americana. Over 150,000 works are exhibited in a remarkable setting of 38 exhibition buildings, 25 of which are historic…

Shelburne Orchards

Pick your own apples at this orchard along the shore of Lake Champlain in Shelburne. They harvest over 80 acres of apples trees. They have 30 varieties of apples, peach, pears, table grapes, pumpkins, plums and sour cherries. See what is ripe for picking…

Shelburne Parks and Recreation

Shelburne Parks and Recreation maintains parks to explore and youth programs for sports and movement. Summer Camps include: tennis, field hockey, rocketry, musical theatre, soccer, basketball, baseball. Parks: DAVIS PARK: Located off Harbor Road across…

Silloway Maple

Tradition pairs with modern technology at Silloway Maple, where award winning maple syrup is produced year round using all renewable resources. A family operation since 1943, tours every day year round with free samples. No reservations needed. Outstanding…

Silver Lake State Park

This park has:Sandy swimming area, the beach has a large grassy areaFood concession, rest rooms, changing rooms, Boat and canoe rentals. Large picnic shelter and picnic groundsPlay area Camping area - there are 40 tent/trailer sites and 7 lean-to sitesExcellent…

Sleepy Hollow Inn Ski & Bike Center

This is a great family destination for outdoor enthusiasts! They offer year round activities including in a beautiful setting:Winter nordic skiing2km lighted loopsnow shoeinglessonsSummerswimming pondrunning and steeple chase racesmountain bike racesmountain…

Smugglers' Notch Family Resort (Winter)

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…

Smugglers' Notch Family Resort Summer

Smugglers' Notch offers a variety of outdoor and indoor summer adventures all day long. Their programs and activities are available to overnight guests at the resort or with a day pass. From hiking trails to the FunZone 2.0, waterparks, pools, and lots…

Smugglers' Notch State Park

The famous Smugglers’ Notch is a narrow pass through the Green Mountains. Lined with 1,000-foot cliffs, the winding road is closed in winter. In the earlier days, only a footpath and trail for horses existed here. Smugglers’ Notch State Park was relocated…

Smugglers' Notch Waterpark

Smugglers' Notch outdoor water playgrounds offer something for everyone - from tots playing peekaboo with the fountains and misters at Splashville Splash Pad to the big kids settling into a tube for a slide down the Giant Rapid River Ride! Hike up to…

Snake Mountain

This is a 4.1 mile loop hike.  Approximate hike time is 2 hours, but can vary with children. The first 1/2 mile is mostly flat. The trail is an Old Carriage Road so it is wide and easy to follow. It includes Red Rock Pond on the descent. The Summit has…

Snow Hill Farm

Boil with wood, sugarhouse tours, samples, retail sales, sugarbush walk. Directions: From Rte. 15 in Essex, 5.7 miles north on Old Stage Road. From Milton-Westford Road, 3.4 miles south on Old Stage Road 

South Burlington Recreation & Parks

South Burlington Recreation & Parks offers 10 different week long camp offerings. Some camp will have multiple weeks to help accommodate maximum size limitations.Camps ;vary in interest and day-length. Some options include:Sparks Soccer, Rocketry, Flag…

Splash Pad @ City Hall Park

City Hall Park has been recently restored with both public and private funds, including a new fountain, seating areas and walkways. The Fountain, or Splash Pad is a multi-functional fountain that can be used for active play. the water pillars of the fountain…

Starr Farm Park

A multipurpose playfield and neighborhood park with two soccer fields, playground, benches and picnic tables, vehicle parking and access to the waterfront Bike Path. Outdoor ice skating in the winter.

Sterling Pond Trail

The trail starts across the road from the Smugglers' Notch Park visitor center. Look for 2"x6" blue blazes to mark the trail. The trail is about 2 miles on a well-maintained trail towards Sterling Pond. If you hike the loop around the pond, that will…

Stillwater State Park

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…

Stine Orchard

Come pick up fresh apples and pears ... or pick your own! Our fresh Vermont apple cider and our handmade cider doughnuts are second to none. We also stock delicious preserves, honey, maple syrup and seasonal produce. Check the website for our live music…

Story Land

Story Land, located in New Hampshire’s beautiful White Mountains, is a premier children’s theme park that has entertained thousands of families with young children for over 60 years. Story Land is “Where Fantasy Lives” and features over 20 unique rides,…

Stowe Mountain Bike Academy

Stowe Mountain Bike Academy is a rider development program dedicated to cultivating mountain bikers through skills, comradely and adventure. From beginner single-track to the SMBA Race Team, our programs focus on technique, strength and instilling respect…

Stowe Mountain Resort

Stowe's 116 trails and 13 lifts provide all members of your family, from beginners to advanced skiers and riders, an environment that is fun and diverse. Spruce Peak, a little more westerly facing for more sun, is a great place to take the family with…

Stowe Pinnacle Trail

Stowe Pinnacle: Stowe Pinnacle Trail Distance: 2.8 miles Time: 3 hours Difficulty: Moderate  The Stowe Pinnacle Trail is relatively short but steep, with a bald open summit from which you can see the Green Mountains to the west (including Camel’s Hump,…

Stowe Recreation Department Vacation Camps

Early dismissal and school vacation means more time to play! During school break and half-day programs kids ages 5-15 enjoy seasonal activities like swimming, pumpkin carving, ice skating, baking cookies and playing outdoors!

Stowe Recreation Path

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.Stowe Bike Path Rules    •    Walk you bike across intersections…

Stratton Mountain Resort

Stratton Mountain has a variety of terrain options for beginner and intermediate skiers – 42 percent and 31 percent of terrain respectively – plus great steeps for room to grow. Secluded learning areas, complete with a covered carpet and easily navigated…

Sugarbush Cheese & Maple Farm

Sugarbush Farm is a working family farm that offers the public tasting and education about maple sugaring and cheese products. Each family is invited to a free sampling of the various cheeses from mild to super extra sharp cheddar aged 6 years, the four…

Sugarbush Resort

Sugarbush brings some of the flavor of western skiing to the East. The resort offers 111 trails of terrain for beginners, intermediates, and experts, spread across two mountains—Lincoln  Peak and Mt. Ellen—with a chairlift and a shuttle bus that connect…

Summer Kids Activities @ Sugarbush

Sugarbush believes that everyone should be free to act like a kid. Especially kids!! That is why they have the most exciting summer fun and adventures. Golf - 18 hole, par-71 golf course.Tennis - New England Tennis Holidays offers extensive year-round…

Sunny Hollow Natural Area

Located in Colchester behind Costco, Sunny Hollow Park is an extremely popular network for beginner and intermediate riders. Both the Blueberry and East loops are ideal trails for beginners and easy to access. Intermediate and advanced riders can descend…

Sunset Drive-In

A second generation family-owned and family oriented Drive-in, the Sunset is one of the oldest continuously-operated in New England. Season runs from May to September, featuring 4 screens showing 2 movies each (FM radio local vicinity broadcasting for…

Sunset Rock

Sunset Rock is located in Stowe Village off of Sunset Street or Taber Hill Road. Please see the trail map here. Walking Directions - Sunset Street entranceFrom the intersection of Route 100 and 108 in Stowe Village, head north on Route 100. Bear right…

Sweet Roots Farm

Sweet Roots Farm and Market in Charlotte offers certified Organic farm grown fruit and vegetables, an on-farm market filled with local products, groceries and more. They welcome families to the farm for pick-your-own blueberries, daily from 9am-6pm. Formerly…

Sweet Seasons

Certified Naturally Grown (CNG) fruit farm.  They have two  blueberry orchards, the large one is 2.5 acres with 2,421 plants. The small one, 'Blueberry Nook' has 75 plants with chairs for those who want to 'Sit n' Pick'. They also have 500' of Raspberry…

Sycamore Park

Sycamore Park is located on a prominent bend of the New Haven River. The park property includes 8.4 acres and is currently managed as a day-use recreation area through the collaborative efforts of the Bristol Selectboard, Bristol Recreation Department…

The Barnyard Farm

The Barn Yard is a small diversified family farm that takes an organic and whole farm approach in raising high quality vegetables and animals for year round production and root storage. Our social mission to provide local food to our community members,…

The Gateway Farm

This is a family run 350 acre farm diversified farm specializing in pasture raised meats and maple. Thier site farm stand open daily as self serve!The farm carries on the long tradition of Vermont sugar making. They collect the sap from our maple trees,…

The Great Escape and Splashwater Kingdom

An outdoor amusement park and waterpark. Across the street is the Great Escape Lodge, an indoor waterpark that is open year round. ATTRACTIONS Thrill RidesFamily RidesKids RidesWater Park - Splashwater Kingdom is only open in the summer FAMILY TIPS BEFORE…

The Hub Teen Center and Skatepark

The Hub is a teen center - not a nightclub. It's a responsibly managed, adult-supervised SAFE SPACE for teenagers 12-19 years old. Its universal house rules are: No Hate; No Violence; No Drugs; RESPECT. Under no circumstances, on stage or off, will breaking…

The Last Resort Farm (Organic)

One of the first Vermont farms to offer organic pick-your-own strawberries. PYO is open from approximately June 15 to July 6, the strawberry field is open daily for picking from 8 am to 1 pm or by appointment.There is a special section of  “Toddler Rows”…

The Millstone Hill Touring Center

Millstone Hill Touring Center is a non-motorized recreation center with over 1,500 acres of terrain and 70 miles of trails. Activities include hiking, mountain biking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and sledding. Camp sites and recreation dorms available.…

The Miniature Farm

The Miniature Farm is a petting farm for people to be able to come and interact with all the different animals. The farm is home to mini horses, chicks, bunnies and goats.

The Nature Museum

The Nature Museum is a regional resource for nature, science, and environmental education in the Vermont and New Hampshire communities of the Connecticut River Valley.  The Museum provides information and experiences which engage and enlighten its audiences…

Townshend State Park

A visit to Townshend State Park, located at the foot of Bald Mountain on a bend of the West River, feels like a step back in time. The park was constructed during the Great Depression by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). Stonewalls, cellar holes,…

Underhill State Park

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…

Vermont Farm Tours

Vermont Farm Tours offers family-friendly trips exploring the story and flavor of Vermont's culinary landscape. Our unique adventures emphasize hands-on activities in a fun learning environment. Prices range from $30 to $95 per person. Kids and students…

Vermont Grand View Farm

They are a small family owned sheep farm nestled on a hillside in the Green Mountains of Vermont. They offer B&B Farmstays and fiber arts classes and retreats. Join them for a summer camp or a fiber class learning to weave, spin, felt, or dye wool using…

Vermont Huts Association

The beauty and allure of the Green Mountains have attracted mountain purists from all over the world. Hard-working Vermonters have created remarkable recreational opportunities for locals and tourists to enjoy. Countless trails were created over the years…

Vermont Institute of Natural Science (VINS)

For more than 30 years, the Vermont Institute of Natural Science (VINS) has nurtured children’s interest in the natural world. Open year-round, the 47-acre campus, adjacent to Quechee State Park, features 17 state-of-the-art raptor enclosures, 4 exhibit…

Vermont Reindeer Farm

They have the only live reindeer in the whole state of Vermont! They also have many other farm animals to pet & feed. Nature Trail, Reindeer Games & Gift Shop. By appointment only.

Vermont Swimming Holes

There is no doubt that Vermont is full of amazing things do all year round. During the summer months, you’re likely to find the locals cooling off at any number of Vermont Swimming Holes. These hidden gems are made up of natural pools and waterfalls and…

Veterans' Memorial Park

Veteran's Memorial Park has:Basketball CourtIce RinkSkate ParkTennis CourtsWarming Hut  

Village Community Park

Located behind Williston Central School, this park offers 2 soccer fields, a softball field, a Little League field, 2 sand volleyball courts, horseshoe pits and an outdoor skating rink. The Village Bike Path runs through this park, making it an excellent…

Village du Pere Noel

Santa's Village is open in the summer and the winter. In the winter you will find ice skating, sledding, snow tubbing, snow forts, snow scooters pony rides, petting zoos, warming huts and more.In the summer you will find water games, a wadding pool, shows…

Visit Cabot Cheese

When visiting Vermont, be sure to include Cabot's farmers’ store on your itinerary. The store is full of outstanding products, so you’ll enjoy browsing our fantastic collection of Cabot products and many other Vermont specialty foods.  While Cabot no…

Ward Swimming Hole

Located 15 miles north of Warren--the last hole along the Mad River before it merges with the Winooski--this spot is famous for having the warmest waters out of all its other river-based brethren because of its lack of canopy cover. Here, you'll find…

Warren Falls

Here, a three-tiered waterfall has carved out a natural water park of slides and swimming bowls. The falls cascade down a total of 20 feet into three subsequent pools, the last of which reaches depths of up to 15 feet. One of the gems at this hole are…

Warren Village Swimming Hole

In the center of Warren Village, the Trout River offers some nice spots for cooling off. There is a parking lot next to the bridge (no jumping from the bridge). To view on Google Maps, click here.

Water Country (New Hampshire)

Hours July 1st - August 10th: open 9:30AM to 6:30PMAugust 11th- 31st: open 10AM to 6PMSeptember 1st: open 10AM to 5PM About a 3.25 hour drive from Burlington, Water Country is a water park extravaganza with 14 water slides, pools, and rides. Tubes are…

Waterbury Center State Park

This park is often refered to as the "Reservoir". It is is located on a 90-acre peninsula. During the summer months Waterbury Reservoir generally covers 860 acres with a maximum depth of 100 feet. Park Amenities:22 picnic sites & tableshibachis swimming…

Waterbury Community Pool

The Waterbury Community Pool is located at Anderson Field next to the Waterbury Recreation Building off Butler Street. Children under 6 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.Water wings and other flotation devices are not permitted.Children under…

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 Skate Park,…

Waterville Swimming Hole

Swimming hole is in the North Branch Lamoille River at the Church Street Covered Bridge in Waterville. To see a Google map of this location, click here.

Whistling Man Schooner Co.

Whistling Man Schooner Co. conducts 2 hour sailing cruises aboard the classic sailing sloop "Friend Ship" from a dock space directly in front of the E.C.H.O. Center at the foot of College St. in Burlington. A sail on Burlington Bay is the perfect complement…

Whitcomb's Land of Pumpkin

Pick a pumpkin, get lost in a corn maze and enjoy the fall.  Directions Whitcomb's is located on Fay Lane in Williston. From Williston Road, take North Williston Road approximately 2.5 miles, Fay Lane is on the right)

Wilgus State Park

Land was given to the state of Vermont in 1933 by Colonel and Mrs. William Wilgus for the creation of Wilgus State Park. Park Amenities: 2 cabins 17 tent/RV sites 6 lean-to sites hot showers ($) picnic area 3 lean-tos in the group area canoe and kayak…

Williston Parks and Recreation Department

Williston has many parks, natural areas and multi-use paths available. They also offer youth programs many of which include: Summer Day Camps (1st - 10th grade)Specialty Summer camps (4-6 yrs olds Junior Golf, Flip and Cheer)Youth Activities (Kids Night…

Winds of Ireland Sailing Charters

Looking to take the family out on a sunny day and explore our beautiful lake? Winds of Ireland provides a variety of sailboats available for 4 or 8 hour day sails. Take a sail to Valcour Island and explore the trails there or head over to New York and…

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…

Woodman Hill Orchard

Swing on by to enjoy beautiful views, friendly service and plenty of room for the kids to run as you pick your own apples. They’re a small, boutique orchard with lots of low branches and gently sloping terrain to accommodate pickers of all ages and abilities.…

Woods Island State Park

Woods Island became Vermont's forty-fifth state park in 1985. 125-acres, this park has a unique habitat for a rich variety of plant life including many species rare or threatened in Vermont. A portion of the island was once farmed; traces of drainage…

Young Adventurers Club - Montpelier

The Young Adventurers Club is a new group of the Montpelier Section of the Green Mountain Club to get parents and kids 0-6 years old outdoors, to hike, play, learn, and make friends. They keep their activities local. Most adventures start at 10:00am and…