Few People Know There Are 7 State Parks In This One Enchanting Vermont Forest

Groton State Forest is home to seven of Vermont’s stunning state parks. Covered with glaciers thousands of years ago, the 26,164-acre forest is now a varied landscape of cliffs, bogs, lakes, swamps, and woodland. The diversity allows for each of the state parks to have its own unique features and you’re going to want to check out every single one of these beautiful state gems.

These state parks are all close to one another. Some are even within walking distance. Paid entry to one of these parks allows you free access to the rest.

Get more information on any of these state parks in the Groton State Forest by visiting the Vermont State Parks website. For more suggestions on great outdoor places to visit in the Green Mountain State, join our Vermont Nature Lovers Group on Facebook.