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Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge © U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service - Northeast Region / Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons
Steam rises at Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge.Photo Credit Ken Sturm/USFWShttp//www.fws.gov/refuge/missisquoi/http//www.fws.gov/northeast
Groton State Forest Rickers Pond © Gary Jordan
Groton State Forest Stone Picnic Talbe © Gary Jordan
The Civilian Conservation Corp CCC quarried rock from around the area back in the 30s and 40s. This picnic table was made by them. It will not have to be replaced for many years.
Picnic Table © stateparks.com
It is always a great day for a picnic in the park.
Afternoon Hike © stateparks.com
Oh Yell © stateparks.com
Cool Swim © stateparks.com
Keep On Leash © stateparks.com
Campfire and Hotdogs © stateparks.com
Roasting hot dogs over an open fire.
Small Boy Fishing © stateparks.com
Gone fishin.
Spring Hike © stateparks.com
Vermont's Southern Region Parks

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Parks in this region are near these Vermont Cities (click city name to see parks within 25 miles)
BRATTLEBORO
Emerald Lake State Park
The 430-acre park is located along the side of Dorset Mountain with Emerald Lake, the head waters of Otter Creek, at its base. The area was historically important for its marble quarrying activities with the park lands once operating as a large farm and summer retreat before becoming a state park in 1960.........more >
Jamaica State Park
Jamaica State Park, now comprising 772 acres, was completed and opened to the public in 1969. Previously, the area had supported a few small farms and a sawmill. The West River Railroad ran through the park. The old railroad bed is now used as the trail that leads along the West River to Ball Mountain ........more >
Townshend State Forest
Townshend State Park is located at the foot of Bald Mountain on a bend of the West River. There is a view of Rattlesnake Mountain to the north from the ranger's quarters. A hiking trail leads to the summit of the mountain, a vertical climb of 1,100 feet from the campground. Geological features along ........more >
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