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Green River Reservoir State Park, Vermont
Ready to get wild? Green River Reservoir is not your typical state park. Located only an hour south of the Canadian border, it provides camping and paddling in an “undeveloped” setting. The Read more...
Ready to get wild? Green River Reservoir is not your typical state park. Located only an hour south of the Canadian border, it provides camping and paddling in an “undeveloped” setting. The detailed use restrictions help maintain Green River Reservoir’s primitive vibe. The Reservoir is a designated “quiet” lake, allowing only human-powered watercrafts and motorized ones up to 5 MPH. Day use is permitted in limited numbers, but the campsites are reserved for overnighters. Fires are allowed in designated rings, but it’s recommended that you use a portable, camping stove to leave less of a mark. Be sure to exercise Leave No Trace practices and pack-out your trash. That being said, the management is pretty laissez-faire and only steps in to maintain high-quality outdoor experiences for visitors.
With a single large, group campsite, this might be a better getaway for you and your closest BFFs, as opposed to, say, your extended family reunion. The park’s remote campsites are scattered throughout the reservoir and can ONLY, repeat: ONLY be reached by boat. While it’s only a one to two-mile paddle from the launch site, definitely make sure to consult the map on your way out. No, really, check it out: it looks like it belongs to Captain Jack Sparrow and might lead you to buried treasure.