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Dog Mountain Home of Stephen Huneck Gallery Saint Johnsbury
What a quaint and peaceful place, until you have lots of fun dogs running at you to greet you as you find you way to the dog park/pond near the chapel.
There is also a 150 acre dog park and walking trails galore.
Stowe Recreation Path Stowe
I love walking and bike trails that touch on both urban and nature areas and the Stowe Recreation Path - which begins in the quaint town of Stowe and ends up in the mountains - is one of the nicest my wife and I h...
Beautiful paved trail, around park areas, through forests, over bridges and little creeks, from a picturesque church to an old, wonderful covered bridge.
Burlington Bike Path Burlington
... of Rail to Trails' Hall of Fame selections and can endorse their choices and highly recommend this loop as a perfect way to see the Burlington area and appreciate its unique combination of people and nature.
This is such a nice ride that includes lots of varied scenery, like a harbor, beaches, bridges, nice neighborhoods, marshes, woodlands, parks.
Hildene, The Lincoln Family Home Manchester
Hildene offers summer farm programs at very modest prices, and the staff at Hildene throughout the park is exceptional and thoroughly versed in the history of the facility.
We’ve been to Philadelphia and Valley Forge, Gettysburg, FDR’s home and museum in Hyde Park, NY and Roosevelt Island in NYC.
Montshire Museum of Science Norwich
In Fall/Spring: Add acres upon acres of hiking trails and outdoor exhibits In Summer: The kids will spend all day in the water park, playing in the waterfalls and building water plumbing sculptures.
Our most recent visit was on a warm summer day, and we were delighted to see some of the outside activities; a nature walk that shows the proportional distances between planets, and an artificial steam that teache...
Moss Glen Falls Stowe
The park is a very short drive from Stowe and begins as a walk through on narrow plank boards through small shrub trees near the creek but then opens up to a wide riverbed with large boulders.
We were blessed with a sunny and breezy autumn day in the 60's for this charming nature stroll.
Mount Tom Woodstock
There are a variety of trails on Mount Tom which covers a large area up behind the National Park Visitor centre opposite Billings Farm & Museum - hence very accessible.
Faulkner Trail is a well designed nature trail to the top of Mount Tom.
Waterfront Park Burlington
We walked along lake side it's a beautiful place to visit, you can do boat trip lots of restaurants and a great park too relax in Well worth a visit when I Burlington
The park is beautiful - bring a frisbee - great views all around with restaurants and shops- nice breath of fresh air- great place to watch the sunset over the mountains
Ottaquechee River Woodstock
... of water - so clean and pure - you feel you see every rock and crevasse in the riverbed- It is a profound reminder of the sheer beauty of nature and the respect and care Vermonters have for their environment.-
Being the holiday weekend, we had to park down the street and walk back but it was well worth the walk.
Smugglers Notch State Park Stowe
The park serves as a trailhead for several hiking trails that stretch into Mount Mansfield State Forest, including the Sterling Pond trail that rises 900 feet to Sterling Pond, which is open fishing and swimming.
Relative to many high-level parks and attractions, this area is really easy to get to from downtown Stowe and well worth the visit.
Mount Mansfield Stowe
If you're a hiker, you can take the Sunset Ridge Trail up from the Underhill State Park (through the notch 20 min from Stowe).
There is also a park guide posted to the summit daily (at least during hiking season) who was able to provide some useful information.
Vermont Institute of Natural Science (VINS) Nature Center Quechee
The Vins nature center is a great opportunity to see some incredible birds up close.
We also enjoyed the nature trails and watching the raptors being fed.
Equinox Preservation Trust Manchester
... and you dont need to try and summit there are alot of great trails and make sure you check out the pond, I love to take a few hours every trip to just walk around and enjoy the nature, dog friendly trails!
Popular on Sunday morning and only a small car park at the entrance, there is another further down the road.
Marsh - Billings - Rockefeller National Historical Park Woodstock
And it serves great ice cream… The National Historic Park: includes the mansion, formal gardens, untamed property, and walking trails.
This well loved and lived in Victorian mansion was central to those families who lived there and shared their commitment to the natural environment and ultimately the National Park system.
Lake Willoughby East Burke
We enjoyed a view of the area from the Sentinel Park at the top of the mountain.
There is plenty of space to park.
Stowe Mountain Stowe
I can't imagine where or how to park on a busy weekend.
Lye Brook Falls Manchester
Beautiful place, real contact with nature, peaceful and very green-colorful in autumn!
One of the most beautiful nature sites one may visit.
Sugarbush Resort Warren
Sugarbush has a ton of terrain between the two mountains, and they do an incredible job with the terrain parks too.
We ski Sugarbush each year and this year we made the trek over to mount Ellen since my son likes to park ski.
Trapp Family Lodge Outdoor Center Stowe
Amazing Trails, lots of fun stuff for kids including activities and nature walks and informational sessions.
It costs nothing to drive onto the von Trapp property, park your car for free, and get out and wander the hills and trails and gardens.
Buttermilk Falls Ludlow
Easy to find, drive to the top of the road and park.
Nature at its best!
Mt. Philo State Park Charlotte
Living near Mt Philo State Park allows me the joy of hiking the summit access road often.
Mt. Philo is a beautiful park with amazing views from the top.
Quechee Gorge Quechee
You have a nature trail that is very refreshing about 0.4M to the south right next to the river along the gorge with nice small rock strewn vista point at the end of the trail.
You can park and walk leisurely across the bridge on one side of the road, taking in the view and then cross the road (the traffic will stop for you) and walk on the other side for a different spectacular view.
Killington Resort Killington
They also have an aweosme adventure park with coasters, zip lines, and ropes courses.
It offers everything for everyone from greens to double black diamonds, to terrain parks and the glades.
Camel's Hump Montpelier
The trail is rated moderate difficulty by the Vermont State Parks website, though other sites list it either as for beginners or easy.
Thundering Falls Trail Killington
The nature around you is also lovely and we saw a number of unusual plants and pods
It was easy to park and the surroundings are beautiful.
Smugglers' Notch Resort Jeffersonville
There is indoor and outdoor seasonally appropriate swimming,water activities, hot tub, a fun park for kids.
The skiing this year was the best in six years, including sub-zero temps, due to cooperation of mother nature.
Bromley Mountain Peru
My family did both the aerial adventure and the mountain adventure park.
Summertime at Bromley Mountain Adventure Park.
Okemo Mountain Resort Ludlow
Son loves the trees, enough steeps to challenge all but the best experts, terrain parks, and the best cruisers around.
They have great dining when the day is over, and an amazing snow park.
Stowe Mountain Resort Stowe
Stowe has a great terrain park, and in bounds woods that can keep you knee deep in powder all throughout the season.
It reminded me of Canyons in Park City.
Mount Snow Resort Dover
The restaurants are all great; The Nature Spa is just one of the best..... Great Family Mountain.
Mt Snow has the best snow making and the parks and events for fantastic to watch.
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