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From Burlington, take Route 7 south approximately 10 miles. Take a right on Nursery Road. Travel about 1 mile and turn right on Greenbush Road. Travel 1 mile and parking is on your right.

Description

290-acre property of active cropland with pastures, hay fields, old fields, and meadows. Includes 2.25 miles of gravel trails winding through agricultural lands and meadows for passive recreation. Hiking trails through woodlands and wetlands connect to the park's gravel trails. The network of trails is suitable for walking, hiking, cross-country skiing, and some equestrian use. No Pets Please.

Other Information

The park is open year-round from 8 am to 1/2 hour after sunset.

Trail Manager

Visit Town of Charlotte online for more information and a printable map or contact:

Charlotte Recreation Commission
Recreation Coordinator
159 Ferry Road
Charlotte, VT 05445
Phone: (802) 425-6129
charlotterec@hotmail.com

Charlotte Trails Committee
Charlotte, VT
jorden@easystreetcreative.com

Comments

cherylshive September 02, 2018, 5:28 pm EDT

Great trails for running!

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