Explore Vermont's Groton State Forest At This Underrated State Park
By Marla S.|Published July 11, 2022
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Seyon Lodge State Park is a lesser-known destination in Groton, Vermont that’s ideal for spending a day or two in nature with your friends and family. Based in Groton State Forest, Seyon Lodge State Park is surrounded by over 25,000 acres of forest. It’s also open every day of the week, from 6 am to dusk.
When you plan your visit, you’re welcome to take advantage of the accommodations at Seyon Lodge. Regardless of what you decide to do, you’ll be surrounded by plenty of hiking trails. If you’re curious to know more about this underrated park in Vermont, read on to learn more about what you’ll get to do when you head to Seyon Lodge State Park.
Visit Vermont State Parks to learn more about Seyon Lodge State Park’s current season and reservation information. And, if you’d like to explore more lesser-known gems in the Green Mountain State after visiting Seyon Lodge State Park, take a look at these underrated state parks in Vermont too.
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