Tiny But Mighty, One Of The Smallest State Parks In Vermont Is A Hidden Gem Worth Exploring
By Marla S.|Published September 06, 2022
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Did you know that Kill Kare State Park in Vermont is one of the smallest in the Green Mountain State? Prior to being a state park when the land was purchased by Vermont in 1967, the park actually served as a summer camp for boys for over 50 years. Once it officially became a state park, locals and tourists flocked to St. Albans Point on Lake Champlain to experience the beauty in the Northwest part of the state.
Nowadays, the park is open from May through September. Read on to learn more about what you’ll get to explore when you spend time at Kill Kare State Park in Vermont.