Green River Reservoir State Park
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Green River Reservoir State Park is a 2227 hectare state park in Hyde Park, Vermont, on the shore of 653-acre Green River Reservoir. Activities includes camping, swimming, boating, fishing, picnicking, mountain biking, wildlife watching, and winter sports.
They have limited kayak and canoe rentals so maybe get your rentals figured out beforehand. Super magical spot.
Bring your kayaks, canoe or paddleboards and enjoy the peace and quiet at the Green River Reservoir. Located just 5.5 miles from our tiny house. Please contact us about rentals at Up North Canoe and Kayak Rentals in Morrisville.
Beautiful place to paddle, swim, and canoe. Kayak, paddle board or canoe recommended. Overnight camping by reservation. Loons are amazing!
Some of the best paddling, swimming and camping in the state. One of our favorite places to go on a hot summer day. Amazing in the fall with foliage as well. Be prepared to get immersed in nature along the 653-acre Reservoir that includes about 19 miles of shoreline with virtually no signs of…
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