Silver Lake State Park
Open: Memorial Day Weekend - Labor Day Weekend
Number of Sites: 47
Silver Lake State Park was established in 1955 when two pieces of land were donated to the State by Mr. and Mrs. John McDill of Woodstock, Miss Margaret Crosby of Barnard, and Mr. Richard H. field of Boston. Development of recreational facilities began soon after.
There are 40 tent/trailer sites and 7 lean-to sites. There are two rest rooms in the camping area with running water and hot showers ($). There is a trailer sanitary station, but no hookups. The beach has a large grassy area, food concession, rest rooms, changing rooms, and boat and canoe rentals. There is a large picnic shelter for gatherings such as family reunions, company picnics, etc. as well as a play area.
From I-89 Exit 3: Travel VT 107 West for 2.6 mi.; turn left onto VT 107 West / VT 12 South and travel for .4 mi.; make slight left onto North Rd. and travel for 6.7 mi.; park entrance is on left.
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