Camel's Hump State Park Is The Single Best State Park In Vermont And It's Just Waiting To Be Explored
By Marla S.|Published July 21, 2021
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Out of the 50+ state parks in Vermont, Camel’s Hump leads the list. Based in the Waterbury Village Historic District, Camel’s Hump State Park is a scenic destination with lots to see and explore. And, with plenty of trails to choose from, there’s sure to be something for everyone in your family to enjoy while spending the day outdoors at this stunning state park.
There are over 20,000 acres in Camel’s Hump State Park. Aside from being massive, the park’s underdeveloped landscape makes the area appealing to nature lovers who appreciate how well it is preserved. Along with being an ideal place for a day trip, Camel’s Park State Park permits primitive camping away from the trails and other high-traffic areas.