Seyon Lodge State Park

A network of trails based from Seyon Lodge that loop around Noyes Pond. The wider trails are groomed for skiing in the winter.
Trail Activity
Snowshoeing Groomed cross-country skiing Hiking Mountain biking
Length
5.0 miles, Network
Difficulty
Easy, Moderate
Town
Groton (VT)
Surface
Snow, Groomed, Snow, Ungroomed, Packed Earth/Dirt, Grass/Meadow
Pets
Not Permitted
Fees
Yes

Description

Summer

The Noyes Pond Loop trail begins and ends at Seyon Lodge. It is mostly level as it circumnavigates Noyes Pond. There are views over the pond toward Spruce Mountain and the surrounding 26,000+ acre Groton State Forest. Hikers can also hike along the ski trails or over to Spruce Mountain on the Darling Trail. 

Seyon Lodge offers boat rentals for use for fly fishing only on Noyes Pond. Fly fishing is allowed on the pond. However, swimming is not allowed. The lodge also offers dining and accommodations.

Winter

The ski and snowshoe trails at Seyon Lodge loop around the hillside on the south side of Noyes Pond. They are groomed and range from easy to moderate. The Darling Trail connects to Spruce Mountain and is ungroomed and maintained for snowshoeing and backcountry skiing. The trails also connect to the VAST snowmobile trails. Fat biking is allowed on the groomed ski and snowshoe trails.

After skiing, snowshoeing or fat biking, visitors can stop in at Seyon Lodge for hot cocoa or for an overnight stay (with reservations). Seyon Lodge State Park is the only state park that is open year-round. 

Trail Manager

For more information, visit the Seyon Lodge State Park website or contact:

VT Dept. Forests, Parks & Recreation Region 4: Barre/St. Johnsbury Region

VT Dept. Forests, Parks & Recreation Region 4: Barre/St. Johnsbury Region
5 Perry Street, Suite 20
Barre, VT 05641-4265
Phone: (802) 371-8918
susan.bulmer@vermont.gov
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VT Dept. Forests, Parks & Recreation District 5: St. Johnsbury District

VT Dept. Forests, Parks & Recreation District 5: St. Johnsbury District
374 Emerson Falls Road
St. Johnsbury, VT 05819
Phone: (802) 751-0136
Luke.OBrien@vermont.gov
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Trail Tips

Travel on Durable Surfaces
If your bike tires make an indent on the trail surface, it is too wet to ride. Come back when the trails have dried out.
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Trailhead Information

Head west on US-302 from Groton. Turn right on Seyon Pond Road. After 1.5 miles take the left fork to continue towards Seyon Lodge. Park at the end of the road at Seyon Lodge State Park.

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