Maidstone State Park
Open: Memorial Day Weekend - Labor Day Weekend
Number of Sites: 81
Maidstone is the most remote of Vermont's state parks and still retains much of the wilderness character associated with the Northeast Kingdom. Maidstone Lake was created when glacial ice carved out a deep basin in a preexisting valley. When the last glaciers melted 12,000 years ago, a deep, clear, cold lake was formed.
The campground has 44 tent/trailer sites and 37 lean-tos. Three of the four rest rooms include hot showers ($). A sanitary dump station is available, but no hookups. There are play areas, hiking trails, and a swimming beaches in the campground. A picnic shelter, swimming beach, and an additional rest room is available at the day use area.
Surrounding the park are acres of forest lands that offer miles of logging roads for mountain biking or just walking.
From Bloomfield: Go 5 mi. S on Hwy. 102, then 5 mi. SW on State Forest Hwy.
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