The Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation invites you to a public open house about Bingham Falls, the popular waterfall in Stowe, VT
A landslide has closed Fosters Trail in Waterbury.
Woods Whys: New Book by Forests, Parks and Recreation Commissioner Explores the Hows and Whys of Forests and Forestry
FPR Commissioner Michael Snyder has published a collection of essays on trees, forests, and forestry.
Changes include a new playground, a more relaxed pet policy, and an extended operating season. The playground is expected to be in place and ready for visitors by mid-June and will include swings, a dome-shaped climbing structure and a large, classic play structure.
Vermont State Parks is excited to announce a newly extended operating season for Burton Island and Kill Kare State Parks. Starting in 2019, both parks will remain open through the last weekend of September.