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Biggest pond I ever did see! Serene and clear as a bell. Wonderful for swimming, kayaking, paddle boarding.
Scenic pond with hiking, kayaking and great views Travel west on the Stratton-Arlington Road for about 6 miles and turn left onto Forest Road 262. Follow FR 262 to the end.
Grout Pond Recreation Area is 1,600 acres of the Green Mountain National Forest set aside for year-round recreation. Grout Pond is a very popular destination for camping, hiking, canoeing, kayaking and fishing all based around the 80 acre Grout Pond. Over 10 miles of multipurpose non-motorized…
This small wilderness pond has boat access off Kelly Stand Rd and easy to intermediate loop trails.
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“40 min away. Vermont’s highest waterfall! Have lunch or dinner after at Johnny Seesaws. Make res ”
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“Lake Raponda offers a small beach and picnic area owned by the town of Wilmington is reserved for town residents and local taxpayers. There is also a public boat launch at the north end of the lake providing access for fishermen but holding no accommodation for swimming of large boats. Most boating activity is limited to sailing, wakeboarding, rowing, canoeing and kayaking. The lake Raponda trail skirts the eastern shoreline for hiking and mountain biking. ”
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“Popular place in Newfane for travelers and locals. Great atmosphere. Offering well done food with Southern accent. Its a type of place you wishing you had more days to try different menu options. ”
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“A nearby State Park, Jamaica State Park has a public swim hole, great walking/hiking trails, and where you would go to hike to the beautiful Hamilton Falls.”
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