State Parks – Hiking

Hiking With Your Canine In Vermont

VT State Park Dog Friendly Hiking Trails

Vermont state parksVermont is an ideal place for your outdoor adventure. VT State Parks may be found in every corner of Vermont. Whether you are seeking adventure at the lakes, retreat in the mountains, or sun and sand the shores of Lake Champlain, you will find a Vermont State Park and many outstanding private campgrounds and RV Parks. Whether visiting one of Vermont’s state parks, National Forests or National Parks for the day or the week, it is a wonderful way to experience Vermont. The Vermont State Park system extends to every corner of the state. VT State Parks provide a great place for camping, fishing, hiking, wildlife watching, and swimming. VT State Parks System includes beaches, campgrounds, historic sites, waysides, natural wildlife viewing areas and miles of trails to explore. Ask us about Vermont Campsites or share your comments. To feature your Vermont campgrounds,  contact us.

Vermont State Park Hikes & Campgrounds

Lonesome Pine Campsites
Lone Pine Campsites, 52 Sunset View Road, Colchester, VT | 802-878-5447
Known across New England and beyond as "Vermont's Favorite Family Campground", Lone Pine Campsites offers the quintessential Vermont camping experience in one of the most beautiful regions of the state, the Lake Champlain Valley. Located a mere stone's throw from Mallets Bay and 15 minutes from downtown Burlington, our 265 spacious campsites are surrounded by native trees and wildlife. We provide several RV hook-up options, offer RV rentals, and are happy to welcome tent campers.
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Vermont Antique Mall
Vermont Antique Mall, 5573 Woodstock Road, Quechee, VT 05059 | 802 281-4147
Located in the heart of Quechee Gorge Village, you’ll find our 17,000 square foot barn filled with antiques, vintage and collectable treasures. Come see the area’s largest selection, with hundreds of dealer booths and new stock daily. Nearby eateries and seasonal events make this a “must see” for all ages. Shop where the dealers shop! Open daily 10am – 5pm.
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VT state parks camping hunting fishing outdoor sports Vermont Parks Nautre preservesHiking with your canine companion can be one of the most rewarding things to do when living in or visiting Vermont. Vermont has so many beautiful mountains and peaks full of trails that it is hard to not want to get out there and explore. Many of Vermont’s state parks do not allow dogs on the trails. The parks that do allow dogs for hiking are ones not to miss. The following are some of Vermont’s state parks that allow canine companions to hike and explore with their owners.

Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park located in Woodstock, Vermont is a wonderful place to visit. There are many things to see and do during your adventure on this historical site. Pets are allowed as long as they are on leash. The park is open for hiking on the trails and carriage roads during three seasons. Once the snowfall hits, the trails are then groomed for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.

Lowell Lake State Park located in Londonderry, Vermont is a great place to start your canine companion off with his/her first hikes. Lowell Lake Loop Trail is about 3.5 miles long and is of mainly flat terrain. This is a great place to bring an older canine that is not as active as he/she used to be.

Your canine companion will be very happy to join you on a hike in the wonderful state of Vermont.

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