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Half Moon Pond State Park

 

Located in Hubbardton
Family at lakeside tentsite at Half Moon Pond State Park

Half Moon Pond State Park
1621 Black Pond Road
Hubbardton,Vermont 05743

Park Phone: 802-273-2848

Season: Memorial Day Weekend - Columbus Day Weekend

Pets are permitted, but not allowed in cabins or cottages

 

Half Moon State Park Interactive Campground Map & Guide (pdf)

Photo Gallery

Half Moon and Bomoseen State Parks Trail Map & Guide (pdf)

Tall Timbers Cottage

Cabins at Half Moon

D & H Rail Trail

Kid Friendly Fishing at Half Moon

Weather Forecast for Half Moon

Letterboxing in Half Moon State Park

 

 

From the West, East and South: Take US-4 to exit 4 VT-30 N, Take VT-30 N 7 miles, turn Left on Hortonia Rd., in 1.7 miles turn left on Black Pond Rd., Park is on left in 2.1 miles.

From the North: Take US-7 South to VT-30 in Middlebury.  Follow VT-30 S for 21.8 miles, turn right onto Hortonia Rd.  In 1.7 miles turn left onto Black Pond Rd.  Park is on left at 2.1 miles.

N43° 41.934' W73° 13.333' Directions/Map

About the Park:

Nestled away in the forests of 3,500-acre Bomoseen State Park sits the quiet camping area comprising Half Moon Pond State Park. Set in the dense woods of a small, sheltered basin, the park surrounds Half Moon Pond. The campground offers camping for all tastes with its waterfront campsites and lean-tos and five furnished cabins. For those seeking more creature comforts, Tall Timbers Cottage, with its waterfront location and private boat dock, offers all the amenities of home.

A perfect place for campers seeking a respite from the hustle and bustle of daily life, the park offers a vast trail system including a short walk or, for the more ambitious, a full-day’s hike. Hikers are likely to see a variety of wildlife including white-tailed deer or an occasional moose.

Rowboats, kayaks, canoes and pedal boats are available for rent from the park office, and two small, sandy beaches provide locations for sunbathing and swimming. The pond also has excellent fishing, where anglers can catch panfish, yellow perch and largemouth bass. Other exceptional fishing opportunities can be found at nearby Glen Lake and Lake Bomoseen.

With sites both on the water's edge and back in the woods, the 52 tent sites, 5 cabins and 11 lean-to sites provide great camping opportunities in a quiet, peaceful environment. Flush toilets, hot showers ($), and a dump station are provided. There are a play area and hiking trails to High Pond and to Bomoseen State Park. This is a camping only park and there are no day use opportunities. There is limited swimming, but great fishing and boating (no motors) in the pond (boat rentals available), as well as in other lakes and ponds nearby.

Nearby Things to Do:

There are stock car races, historic sites, museums, horseback riding in the area, and other attractions including Hubbardton Battlefield, Wilson Castle, and Vermont Marble Exhibit, Proctor; Morgan Horse Farm, Middlebury; Lake Champlain Ferries, Devil's Bowl Speedway, Benson; Shelburne Museum, Shelburne, Independence Farm, Orwell.

 



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