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Ricker Pond State Park

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Ricker Pond State Park, Vermont

Calling all leaf peepers! Ricker Pond State park is poppin’ in the fall when the air gets crisp and the leaves blaze the hillsides with red, orange and yellow. An epic reflection shot of the pond is Read more...
Calling all leaf peepers! Ricker Pond State park is poppin’ in the fall when the air gets crisp and the leaves blaze the hillsides with red, orange and yellow. An epic reflection shot of the pond is guaranteed. But no need to just leaf peep at Ricker Pond for a day (or only in the fall), there’s a variety of camping and cabin options to keep you comfy so you can explore the trails or swim in the summer time. Listen closely for the loons as you watch the sunset over the water before spending a night underneath clear, starry skies. With four seasons of beauty it’s easy to see why Ricker Pond has convinced so many out of towners to call Vermont home.
Ricker Pond Campground
Tucked away in the Groton State Forest, Ricker Pond State Park offers wicked mint scenery and a...
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