Sand Bar State Park
Named for the natural sandbar that spans Milton and South Hero Island, Sand Bar State Park is the home of warmer weather fun for locals. Open Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend, the park hosts recreational activities for all ages. Visitors can swim, kayak, canoe, picnic, play along the 2000’ feet of shoreline and birdwatch in the 1,000-acre Sand Bar Wildlife Refuge, a marshland located southeast of the park, home to muskrats, beavers, racoons, turtles and waterfowl. Bring your sunblock and enjoy the beautiful Vermont summers!
Arrowhead Golf Course
Located on the end of Murray Avenue. Arrowhead Golf Course welcomes golfers of every age and skill level to their Milton course. Named after Lake Arrowhead, the course offers various camps for kids and adults on its 18 holes. Arrowhead Golf Course is also a popular wedding, banquet and party venue. Rent the clubhouse and enjoy the gorgeous views on your special day! Don’t miss the live music and a buffet on Friday nights. Visit their website to book a tee time, see current rates, book your event and for more information.
Trails at Arrowhead Golf Course
Next to the Arrowhead Golf Course are four marked trails, each stretching over 3.5 miles around the course. For just $25 per family, you can purchase a yearly access pass for family friendly fun! Wooden bridges guide adventurers over brooks and marshy areas along the trails and pets are encouraged. The trails are well maintained in the summer and are ungroomed for winter use. Enjoy walking, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, biking and more, right in the heart of Milton. Visit the Milton town website for more information.
Lamoille River Walk
Flowing through the center of town, the Lamoille River Walk offers a 1.25-mile trail for visitors to explore. The trail heads are located at the Checkerberry Development and at Green Mountain Power. The Lamoille River is bustling with wildlife and scenic views and is open year-round. Enjoy trail hiking, running, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, birdwatching, fishing and hunting along the lower stretch of this 85-mile waterway!
Formerly known as Catamount Stadium, then the Milton Speedway, the track was once the only legal dragstrip in the state of Vermont. The speedway held its first race in 1963 and as the sport gained popularity, people from all over Canada and New England would gather to watch the “backyard engineered” cars race around the dirt. At its peak, the Milton Speedway hosted many famous racers and engineers, both local and regional. The modified dragsters soon became too fast for the speedway and the track closed in 1971. The Milton Speedway was recognized with a plaque as a state historical site in 2019.