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Vermont National Parks

by Aakash singh

The Vermont National Parks and historical sites of the state are prominently marked in the Vermont National Parks Map. This map displays the exact geographical location of the National Parks in Vermont along with the major interstate, state, and US Federal Highways. The state capital (Fra) and major towns are also marked on the map with international and state boundaries. Railway lines can also be seen on the map near the national park. A map legend featured at the bottom helps all the signs, graphics, and symbols used throughout the map.


Vermont National Parks

There are currently two national park service sites in Vermont which includes Appalachian National Scenic Trail and Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park. The Appalachian National Scenic Trail passes through 14 states, one of which one Vermont. There are 150 miles of trail in the state of Vermont. The trail follows part of the Long Trail and the ridges of the Green Mountain. The trail summits Stratton Mountain, Glastonbury Mountain, and Killington Peak.

Best National Parks in Vermont

S. No Name Area Established Location
1 Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park 643 acres (2.60 km2) Aug 26, 1992 Windsor County, Vermont, USA

Best National Parks in Vermont

Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park:

This site is 634 acres of managed forest, dairy farm, and the boyhood home of George Perkins Marsh in Windsor County, Vermont. The George Perkins Marsh boyhood home was home to several important families in the history of the development. This home is considered an architectural masterpiece right at the heart of the park. The mansion and land were donated to the people of the United States in 1992. The park was established on August 26,1992.

Activities to do National Park in Vermont

  • Take a walk in the Woods: walk through one of Vermont’s most beautiful landscapes, under the shade of sugar maples and 400-year-old hemlocks. There are winding woodlands, carriage roads and trails. On the gentle slopes of Mount Tom one can find mountain pastures, a mysteriously-named pond, and spectacular views of nearby hills and Valleys.
  • Winter Sports: Cross-Country Skiing and snowshoeing are popular winter activities in the park. In Woodstock the average winter snowfall is 80 inches. The Woodstock Resort Corporation holds an easement on all of the park’s Carriage roads and trails for winter use. The Resort’s Nordic Center maintains and grooms over 20 kilometres/12 miles of park trails as part of its larger Nordic trail network. Ski passes from the Nordic Center are only required to use groomed trails.
  • Events Calendar: Search the Park’s online Calendar to find out about everything that’s going on-from from special events to ranger guided programs.
  • Ranger Guided Program of the Park and MansionFrom exploring the county’s oldest sustainability managed forest, to touring the Mansion, staff of rangers are eager to share with you the captivating stories that characterize this unique place. They offer at least four different tours each day.

Best Time to Visit National Parks in Vermont

No Matter what time of year you visit national parks in Vermont, you will have a memorable visit. From late September to late October it is the perfect place to enjoy the fall foliage. The Winter is Vermont’s longest season and temperatures in winter vary more than those in summer. To use these trails for skiing and snowshoeing one must have a valid Day ticket or Season Pass.

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