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Molly Stark State Park, Vermont

Named for a fierce and independent woman of the Revolutionary War, Molly Stark State Park is a place for solitude, scenery and a place to appreciate the land Molly herself helped fight for. Bring the Read more...
Named for a fierce and independent woman of the Revolutionary War, Molly Stark State Park is a place for solitude, scenery and a place to appreciate the land Molly herself helped fight for. Bring the whole family for a reunion at one of the day pavilions or head out on the trails for an adventure in Letterboxing! Letter what? Letterboxing, fairly similar to geocaching, combines navigational skills, along with rubber stamp artistry. The Letterboxing trail adventure will take you through through the forest and you’ll be rewarded with the view at the Mt. Olga summits fire tower (be sure your camera is at the ready!). There’s plenty of biking to be had too and the park is nearby to gondola rides and the resort of Mt. Snow. Spend your days playing in the forest and your nights under the stars at your campsite; Molly Stark is here to make memories.
Molly Stark Campground
Tara: Quiet, wooded campground. Free showers. Favorite sites - Poplar and Ash. For sunny, grassy camping,...
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