The Allen Trail In Vermont Takes You From A Forest Path To The Lakeshore And Back
By Marla S.|Published September 24, 2021
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Located in Niquette Bay State Park, the Allen Trail is a 1.1 mile back and forth trail surrounded by a forest. Aside from being trimmed by lush greenery, the hightlight of this short and sweet hike is the lake at the end of the paved path.
The Allen Trail is a true gem north of Burlington. In addition to being conducive for hikers of all levels, the trail is wheelchair accessible and good for strollers. And, as long as your pup is on a leash, they can join you fo this day outing too.
Read on the learn more about this scenic Vermont trail.