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Parked across the street next to Price Chopper at an empty building (someone had just gotten a ticket for parking on the main road) and walked down a few feet of a dirt road to the park.
Such a nice place for walking, fishing, or...More
Great views of the mountain and lake if you go in from Route 5. Awesome trails. Seating lakeside. Gazebo if you take a little stroll. You may see ducks, geese, a heron, an eagle, turtles, fish, frogs. Check yourself for ticks during the spring and...More
only saw a small portion, but very scenic place to take a stroll or hike. Clean, enjoyable area with lake, forest, open areas. challenging or easy hikes are there. no boating on lake for environmental reasons. understandable but wish i could. beautiful in fall w...More
Free entrance, and simple trails. Nice views of Ascutney, and the small lake is pleasant. A rare form of pond weed grows here, if that is your thing. A romantic gazebo is within easy walking distance. No boats allowed. Not much for fishing. Nice place...More
Paradise Park is a little bit of wildness with Windsor city limits. No urban park, this is a minimally developed system of trails around and above small Lake Runymede. There are several entrances, and all trails interconnect, giving you a variety of terrain to choose...More
Beautiful walking trails and picturesque lake with incredible views of Mt Ascutney. Located in Windsor Vermont near the Constitution House museum, the birthplace of Vermont. A quintessential small town recreation center with significant architecture, dining, museums and friendly people.