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mud seasonMud Season Hiking Q & A
Here we answer all your questions: What to do and where to go during Vermont's fourth season: Mud Season.

We include links to some our favorite Mud Season hikes.
campWhen do the parks open?
Sooner than you think! View the full list.
April 27 - Wilgus
May 8 - Jamaica, Grand Isle
May 9 - Niquette Bay
vermont parks foreverVermont Parks Forever: The Foundation for Vermont State Parks
Thanks to a dedicated group of dynamic park lovers, Vermont State Parks has some new champions. Vermont Parks Forever leverages private resources to expand access, increase educational opportunities and welcome the next generation to Vermont State Parks. We greatly appreciate your support!

Visit the vermontparksforever.org website today!

winter campingUsing the Parks in the Off Season
Great news -- your state parks never close! You are welcome to hike, hunt, ski, snowshoe or sled all winter long. You can camp even in the parks in the off-season. But, before you head out there are some things you need to know. Get all the info you need here.
Park of the Year Awards
The Park of the Year awards celebrate parks they have gone above and beyond to provide great service and outdoor fun to visitors. The 2014 winners are: Jamaica, Half Moon Pond, Grand Isle, and Smugglers' Notch State Parks!
Vermont State Parks Blog
The Vermont State Parks blog is your destination for information on different parks, cool nature facts, events and activities across the state, and much more! To visit the blog, click here.

don't move firewood Only firewood from Vermont is permitted in our state parks
Please help prevent invasive species from damaging Vermont's forests by not transporting firewood. Wood can be brought from within Vermont, or you can purchase wood in the campgrounds.

Learn more about what you can do to prevent invasive species.


Camping Tips & Tricks with Sarah, Frank & The Kids


Meet Sarah, Frank and family. They are one of our favorite, and funniest Vermont camping families. They've had their share of fun times and near mishaps and are here to help you learn everything you need to know to have a blast in camp and on the trail! View our complete How-to page.
 


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