Niquette Bay State Park In Vermont Is The Oasis You've Been Searching For
By Luke|Published May 26, 2020
Luke was born and raised in Colchester, Vermont, and is a recent graduate of the University of Vermont where he studied philosophy and economics. His interests and hobbies include: reading, writing, learning new languages, hiking and playing outdoor sports.
Vermont is full of state parks, hidden swimming holes, and awesome little nature gems. We may be a small state, but we certainly pack a punch when it comes to offering outdoor activities and adventures. If you are looking for a summer adventure, one filled with hiking, swimming, cliff jumping, and exploring, look no further than Niquette Bay State Park in Colchester. This hidden state park in Vermont is quite diverse and provides visitors with interesting terrain, rocky and sandy beaches, and lots of places to explore and wander.
Niquette Bay is a splendid hidden state park in Vermont and a multi-varied park that offers adventurers and casual beachgoers alike an exceptional nature getaway. From cliff jumping to enjoying a picnic on the beach, this park deserves to be on your summer nature bucket list.
Have you been to Niquette Bay State Park? What was your favorite part of the park? What are your favorite summer attractions and parks/lakes in Vermont? Let us know below in the comment section. We look forward to reading your responses.
For more ideas of what to do this summer in Vermont, check out these pristine and beautiful beaches on Lake Champlain here.
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