This State Park In Vermont Is So Little Known, You’ll Practically Have It All To Yourself
By Marla S.|Published June 15, 2022
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There are over 50 state parks in Vermont. While there are plenty to go to when you’re in the Green Mountain State, Green River Reservoir State Park is an ideal choice if you’d like to enjoy some time in nature without tons of crowds.
Located in Hyde Park, Green River Reservoir State Park is unique from other parks in that you need to paddle in order to get to a campsite. Therefore, since it’s a bit quieter and novel than other parks in Vermont, Green River Reservoir State Park is the perfect destination to spend a day (or a few) making lasting memories with your friends and family. Your pets are even allowed to come too!