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Vermont Department of Forests, Parks & Recreation

1 National Life Drive, Davis 2, Montpelier, VT 05620 (Map) (Set as Local)
parks@vermont.gov - Contact Us

Vermont Department of Forests, Parks & Recreation Montpelier Vermont



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parks@vermont.gov - Contact Us

1.888.409.7579 - Phone
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Waterbury Reservoir Boat Access Spring Construction Schedule Updated Limited Boat Launch Openings Begin Memorial Day Weekend
Posted on: 1:33 pm Fri May 24th, 2019
Waterbury, Vt. - Improvements are currently under way at the Waterbury Dam and Blush Hill boat launches which will lead to improved access and erosion control. Spring rains and high reservoir levels have affected the construction schedule for these improvements:
Mud season is here: help protect fragile trail environments
Posted on: 12:22 pm Wed Apr 17th, 2019
Today the Green Mountain Club (GMC), the Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation (FPR), and the Green Mountain National Forest (GMNF) call on Vermonters and recreational tourists to be wary of the return of mud season to the Green Mountains and to respect associated trail closures and advisories.
Jellyfish found in ponds likely result of hot summer
Vt Digger - Posted on: 9:34 am Tue Oct 16th, 2018
About an hour before a spectacular sunset lit up the surface of Post Pond, Matt Stevens peered over the side of the canoe gliding along the shoreline, and then turned to his friend, paddle in hand.
Better Amenities on the Way for Visitors to Waterbury Reservoir Public Access Areas
Posted on: 4:06 pm Mon Oct 15th, 2018
Eight months of work is underway to improve public access areas at the Waterbury Reservoir. The project will require temporary closures at some sites while work is underway, and will include improvements to parking lots, erosion prevention, and boat ramp upgrades.
Vermont State Parks announces First Time Happy Campers Program
Posted on: 12:13 pm Tue Jun 26th, 2018
Vermont State Parks is excited to launch the new First Time Happy Campers Program at five parks during the months of July and August. Created in partnership with the Outdoor Gear Exchange, this program provides free camping for new campers, whose names will be chosen at random when they register online.

Website: https://www.vtstateparks.com

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