Vermont’s state parks are a great place to visit in the winter!
Open, and free of charge, there’s a lot of adventures to be had! Whether you’re skiing or sledding, hiking or biking, skating or snowmobiling, check out the winter guidelines and parking information. Be safe and see you out there!
There is so much to treasure about Vermont’s state parks.
Vermont Parks Forever is continuing a tradition of private-public partnership to make our amazing state parks even better by enhancing and protecting these gems. We are raising funds and investing in innovative projects that make our parks more accessible and connect our visitors to the natural world in a deep, sustained way. Improving our parks is an important first step in restoring the connection to nature, making our children healthier, and creating a new generation of environmentalists to defend our natural places. We hope you’ll help us meet the challenge.
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Thanks to generous contributions from park enthusiasts since 2013, Vermont Parks Forever has helped make our amazing state parks even better by:
- Providing free park access for foster families, front line workers, undeserved communities, and those with limited mobility, who otherwise would not have the chance to experience all Vermont’s state parks have to offer through our Park Access Fund
- Continuing a youth scholarship to support an annual summer internship at Mt. Philo State Park
- Planning the revitalization of nature centers in six of our state parks, beginning in Groton
- Helping manage legacy land gifts that opened two new state parks: Muckross State Park in Springfield in 2016 and Taconic Mountains Ramble State Park in Hubbardton in 2017.