You’ll Want To Spend All Day At This Waterfall-Fed Pool In Vermont
Looking for a sure-fire way to beat the summer heat? You don’t need a super-sized swimming pool or even a gigantic waterpark. Just hit the road and visit Bingham Falls. This waterfall-fed pool is an amazing swimming spot that is loaded with natural beauty. You’ll want to spend all day at this naturally dazzling place tucked away in the Vermont forest.
Bingham Falls has a breathtaking 40-foot cascade that releases a stunning spray into the pool below. The falls are maintained by the Stowe Land Trust and are a part of Mt. Mansfield State Forest.
You can access this incredible waterfall swimming area via Route 108/Mountain Road. Parking is available in two paved pull offs near the trail-head.
The hike to reach this natural water playground is short, but it's a little steep at the end. Just take your time and the pay-off is well worth it.
Enjoy the deep gorges that make this spot perfect for a hot summer day.
Or just wade around in the shallow spots if you only want to get your feet wet.
There's plenty of fun to be had, who needs water slides if nature gives you this kind of epic swimming hole?
The surroundings couldn't be more beautiful so bring your swimsuit and your camera.
This is just one slice of paradise that Vermont has to offer, but it's a warm weather oasis that you don't want to miss.
For more information on Bingham Falls, visit the Stowe Land Trust
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