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Popular Vermont Parks

Looking to get out and enjoy Vermont's beautiful scenery? Check out any of these parks, where you can hike, bike, or just enjoy the day.

Niquette Bay State Park This pet-friendly (with leashes) park boasts 4700 feet of rocky and sandy shoreline. With three different "loops", you can enjoy 3.5 miles around the Ledges, Muhley, and Island View trails, or opt for shorter distances. Your pet can even take a swim in the cove area!

Bayside Park This Malletts Bay park has 22 acres overlooking our beautiful Lake Champlain. Take advantage of the playground, beach (with swimming area!), Bayside Activity Center, shuffleboard courts, tennis courts, basketball court, sand volleyball courts, lacrosse/football field, lit softball field, or skatepark. There's even a picnic area for beautiful days, and the Bayside Park Pavilion can be reserved for a variety of events between early March and mid-September.

Oakledge Park Located in Burlington's South End, Oakledge features 2400' of waterfront with swimming, a playground, tennis courts, softball fields, volleyball courts, bocce courts, walking trails, picnic shelters and tables, and grills. It recently hosted Eat By Northeast Fest, and was given a 'Best Park'/'Best Recreation Area' Daysie three times in the Seven Daysies for 2010, 2011, and 2012.

Red Rocks Park This year-round park has 100 acres, 700' of waterfront, a swimming area, picnic area with gazebo, 2.5 miles of trails, gorgeous views, access to the rec. path. The trails are open for hiking, jogging, snow shoeing, and cross country skiing. Parking is open from June to August, and season and daily parking passes can be purchased at the park entrance. Leashed pets are welcome in the park and on the trails.

Battery Park This historic park claims panoramic views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondacks, a promenade, playground, monuments, and a bandshell. It hosts Thursday and Sunday evening concerts throughout the summer. There's also an outdoor skating rink available to the public through those long Vermont winters! Head down and enjoy the waterfront, or grab a burger and fries at Beansies, the food slinging schoolbus.

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