With More Than 1,300 Acres To Explore, Vermont's Largest State Park Is Worthy Of A Multi-Day Adventure
By Marla S.|Published August 01, 2022
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Named after President Calvin Coolidge, Coolidge State Park claims the title of the largest state park in Vermont. Founded in the 1930s, this unspoiled park is within Calvin Coolidge State Forest and is based in Plymouth, Vermont. While you can take a day trip to the park, one of the best ways to truly experience its beauty is to spend a few days camping. Want to know more? Read on to learn more about what you can do and see when you head to Vermont’s largest state park.
Check out Vermont State Parks to start planning your visit to Coolidge State Park. If you’d like to explore more of the Green Mountain State after spending time at Coolidge State Park, take a look at these state parks in Vermont.
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