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Area A seems to be a very high traffic area. Access roads within this area are paved and sites are small and quite close together. It was very busy and people drive too fast within the park. Didn't seem safe for kids to ride bikes.
Small state park located minutes off Rte. 100. Only $4 per person to enter. Rental canoes and kayaks available. Modern restrooms and picnic spaces. Walkways around large lake for strolling or fishing. Boat launch available. Views of water, forest and mountains in tranquil setting. No...More
The water is clean, the beach and park are clean. It's inexpensive to spend the day. Great spot for a family day out. You can rent kayaks, canoes and paddle boards.
There are grills available and even some shady spots under the trees.
Great picnic spot on a lovely lake. There is so much to do nearby with Ben and Jerry’s and other attractions. We had a great bed and breakfast nearby. So old the floors went all directions but level. Buy local cheese and other goods and...More
The park is closed except for hiking this time of year, and the water was so high that the beginning of the trail near the boat ramp was under water. But we went over the hill and picked up the trail from their and had...More
We had a hot day on a recent road trip and figured the perfect day to spend in the water. If you want a picturesque place to go and spend in the water and all you want to bring is a bathing suit and towel,...More
Excellent little place. If you don't have cash to get in, thankfully they take Visa. This is a small park on a lake. There is a kayak rental, about $35.00 for a tandem for 2 hours which is sufficient. There are clean bathrooms and change...More