From Jct. Hwy 22A and U.S. 7: Go 6 mi N on U.S. 7, then 1 mi E on local road
N44° 16.700' W73° 13.342' Directions/Map
About the Park:
The 168-acre park is located atop Mt. Philo (968' elevation) and overlooks the Lake Champlain Valley and the Adirondack Mountains of New York. A narrow, steep road (not recommended for trailers) provides visitors access to the top of the mountain. This is Vermont's oldest state park, created in 1924.
A small camping area with a total of 10 sites including 3 lean-tos is located at the top of the mountain. Flush toilets and hot showers ($) are provided. The mountaintop picnic area offers spectacular views of the lake, valley, and mountains to the west. Hiking trails lead from the summit to the base. Swimming is available at Kingsland Bay State Park (6 miles) or Button Bay State Park (15 miles). There is boating, fishing, and sailing in nearby Lake Champlain.
You Can Rent the Indoor Pavilion at
The wooden indoor meeting room can seat up to 60 people and has electricity, grills, tables, chairs, and a near by restroom. It costs $100 to rent Friday - Sunday and is FREE Monday - Thursday. Click here for more information.
Nearby Things to Do:
Rokeby Museum, Basin Harbor Maritime Museum, Crown Point Historic Site, Chimney Point Historic Site, Fort Ticonderoga, Shelburne Museum, Lake Champlain Ferries, and the Morgan Horse Farm, Middlebury.