The State Parks in Vermont are an outdoor lover’s dream destination.
With over 30 parks that cater to day-trippers plus a slew of others on the map, there’s no end to what you can explore this summer!
State Parks in Vermont Near Stowe
Stowe is the perfect place to stake your claim while you visit the local parks for a day of hiking, swimming, fishing, bouldering, and more.
Here’s what our local parks can offer.
This well-known hiker’s haven offers caves to explore, bike trails, and bouldering opportunities set amid sweeping views of the breathtaking Green Mountains.
Nestled on the slope of Vermont’s highest peak, Underhill is known for its four trails that will take you through scenic Arctic-tundra-like landscape.
There’s also a picnic pavilion where you can take a breather and enjoy a plein air lunch.
Hike or bike the trails, then cool off in the water at one of the swimming beaches. With 17 picnic sites and boat rentals to boot, this 90-acre peninsula is a jewel of a park with everything you need for a day — or days — of fun.
Stay to Play
To make the most of the state parks in Vermont, stay close to the action at Green Mountain Inn. We offer a prime location — in the heart of Stowe, close to all of these fun-filled destinations.
And if you overdo hiking or having fun, don’t fret. We have the amenities you need to help you relax at the end of the day — massage, pool, and a concierge — plus deluxe accommodations for the perfect night of rest.