National Parks / Natural World

Button Bay State Park Vergennes

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Button Bay State Park
5 Button Bay State Park Rd.
Vergennes
VT
05491
Tel: 802 475 2377

Where are we going today?

The park has a play area and a swimming pool with lifeguards. There are a picnic area and a large open picnic shelter pavilion for large group gatherings. Boating (rentals available), fishing, and sailing are popular on Lake Champlain. You can explore Button Point Natural Area, a small mature hardwood forest, hike the trail, and visit the Nature Center.
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When can we go?

Memorial Day Weekend - Columbus Day Weekend

What people are saying?

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    Nicely located. Great pool for kids (with a slide). Camping area is basically a vast grassy area, so it lacks the "intimacy" you get in more wooded state parks,

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    Beatuiful site on the water- clean - great family camping

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