Vermont Parks Forever proudly continues Vermont’s tradition of support for conservation, recreation, public health, and natural beauty.
Vermont Parks Forever was founded in 2013 to enhance and protect the Vermont State Parks through charitable and private support. To achieve these goals, we collaborate with Vermont residents, parks visitors, and state government to improve our parks for the benefits of residents and visitors alike. Our work proudly continues Vermont’s tradition of support for conservation, recreation, public health, and natural beauty.
Learn more about the challenge and our goals by exploring our website. Visit our project pages to learn more about our work, such as the Natural Connections, the Foster Family Park Passes Program, the Mount Philo Forever Summer Internship, and our effort to collect Park Stories. Stay up to date by connecting on Facebook and subscribing to our newsletter!
…forever to be held, owned, and used by the State of Vermont as and for a public park or public recreation for the health, recreation, and pleasure of the public…
Upon deeding the 150 acres that became Mt. Philo, our first state park, in 1924.