Game Night at Elmore State Park!

Matt Cioni, Park Interpreter at Elmore State Park, knows how to have a good time. In addition to fun programs like hiking to Elmore's fire tower, the Jr. Ranger Experience, Nature Art, Soda Can Fishing, and concerts, Matt offers Friday Night Game Night! Check out the events page to see when things are happening. It's a great way to get out some energy, meet new friends, and have some fun. Go to the Beach House at 7pm on Fridays to join! Rain or shine and all ages are welcome.

Elmore State Park, located on the shores of Lake Elmore in north central Vermont, has 45 tent/trailer sites and 15 lean-tos. Visitors have several hiking trails to Elmore Mountain and its fire tower nearby. The day use area includes a large sandy beach, a newly renovated historic CCC bathhouse with a concession stand and cafe, restrooms and a rental pavilion, a picnic shelter, numerous tables and grills, a pet-friendly picnic area, and row boat, canoe, and kayak rentals.

Call Elmore State Park for more information, 802-888-2982.


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  1. This sounds like so much fun! You're right - these family outings are a great chance to spend quality time with the most important people in your life, and meet some new friends while you're at it! I'm gathering ideas and planning a First-of-Fall Family Fun Night in New Jersey to welcome in the cooler weather, lovely leaves, and fireflies! We're going to have a barbecue, face painting, spinning wheel for small prizes, and a movie showing...can't wait! Thanks for the ideas :)

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  2. This sounds so much fun! I wish my family and I were able to attend. We have hosted some of our own events though, similar to block parties. My husband and I purchased an Elvis style Spinning Wheel and gave out prizes to the attendees. They absolutely loved it! Thanks for the great read, maybe next year we can try some of the activities that were offered above!

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