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Southern Vermont Natural Attractions

Emerald Lake State Park - The 105 campsites, including 36 lean-tos, are located on a heavily wooded ridge above Emerald Lake. Flush toilets, hot showers ($) and a dump station are provided. Dorset.

Fort Dummer State Park - The campground has 51 tent/trailer sites and 10 lean-to sites. These are located in two adjacent areas and are served by two toilet buildings, both with hot showers ($). Brattleboro.

Grafton Ponds Outdoor Center - Features 30 kmm of groomed and 60 km of backcountry trails for nordic skiing, ice-skating, snowshoeing and a tubing hill. Summer activities include mountain biking and hiking. Rentals available for all seasons. Grafton.

Jamaica State Park - There are 43 tent/trailer sites and 18 lean-to sites that are spread out through the campground. Two rest rooms, complete with hot showers ($), are located in the campground. Jamaica.

Lowell Lake State Park - Lowell Lake Trail is a loop approximately 3.5 miles in length, which completely encircles Lowell Lake. Trail highlights include a Revolutionary War-era cemetery, stands of large white pine trees, and scenic views of the lake and wetlands. Londonderry.

Merck Forest & Farmland Center - Merck Forest & Farmland Center teaches a land ethic through caring for and managing over 3,100 acres of Vermont field, farm and forest, and by providing educational and recreational experiences to enrich the lives of those who come here, helping them and others to become good stewards of the land. Rupert.

Molly Stark State Park - Two camping loops consist of 23 tent/trailer sites and 11 lean-to sites. One rest room with showers ($) is located in each loop. Wilmington.

The Nature Museum - The Nature Museum's exhibits are carefully designed to promote curiosity and be engaging. They communicate an understanding about local and world wide environments - their fossils, birds, mammals, minerals, habitats, botany, and more. Grafton.

Shaftsbury State Park - Lake Shaftsbury operates a group camping area with clusters of lean-tos (15) available throughout the year for scouts, church groups, and other organizations. Pit toilet facilities are available. There is also a developed beach, play area, and picnic area. Shaftsbury.

Townshend State Park - The campground, situated in a wooded area, has 30 tent/trailer sites and 4 lean-to sites. There are two bathrooms, one of which has showers ($). Townshend.

Woodsford State Park - The campground has 103 sites including 20 lean-tos. The heavily wooded area surrounds the reservoir and offers great camping opportunities. Flush toilets, hot showers ($), and a dump station are provided. There is a small beach and picnic area near the dam with pit toilet facilities. Rowboats, canoes, and paddle boats are available for rent. There are several hiking trails, including a 2.7 mile trail around the lake. Woodford.

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