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Vermont's Northern Region Parks

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State Forests
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State Parks
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National Wildlife Refuge
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Parks in this region are near these Vermont Cities (click city name to see parks within 25 miles)
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COLCHESTER
Brighton State Park
The primary attraction of this general area is its remoteness mountains with tree-covered slopes, fast running rivers and streams, and clear lakes. The land northeast and southeast of Island Pond is especially suited to the angler, the hunter, or the outdoor lover, and is virtually without roads ........more >
Burton Island State Park
Burton Island is a 253-acre island off the southwestern tip of St. Albans Point in Lake Champlain's inland sea. An 1874 Lake Champlain navigation chart refers to it as Potter's Island, though C. C. Burton owned a farm on the mainland in the 1840s and the island was used for pasture. A descendant, Sydney ........more >
Elmore State Park
The Town of Elmore is located in the southeastern part of Lamoille County in northeastern Vermont. It is bounded by Wolcott, Worcester, Woodbury, and Morristown. The Town, as granted, contains 23,040 acres approximately 36 square miles. About half the area is suited for productive forestation and the ........more >
Groton State Forest
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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 glaciers melted 12,000 years ago, a deep, clear, ........more >
Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge
Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge, established in 1943, is located on the eastern shore of Lake Champlain near the Canadian border in Franklin County, Vermont. This 6,642-acre refuge includes most of the Missisquoi River delta where it flows into Missisquoi Bay. The refuge consists of quiet waters ........more >
Sand Bar State Park
Sand Bar State Park takes its name from a natural sandbar between South Hero Island in Grand Isle County and the town of Milton on the Vermont mainland. The park is on the mainland, or eastern end, of that sandbar. The sandbar itself is the result of the Lamoille River, over tens of thousands of years, ........more >
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