Showing posts from January, 2021

Best In Snow - Vermont State Parks Winter Photo Contest

A snowmobiler grooms the trail at Seyon Lodge State Park - Tiffany Soukup Vermont State Parks is pleased to announce the 2021 Best In Snow - Vermont State Parks Photo Contest . Contrary to what you might think, Vermont State Parks stay open for use all year long. Parks are great places to go for skiing, snowshoeing, ice skating, sledding, fat biking, snowmobiling and more. We are seeking your best winter shots in VT State Parks! We are looking for high quality images in Vermont State Parks during the winter season from any year. There are two categories for the contest: scenic landscapes and action shots. Photos should feature portraits of people recreating in parks or scenic views from within the parks.  Prizes issued in each category:  1  –  $50 Vermont State Parks gift card 2 – 10-punch pass card   Please read the guidelines below before entering. All photographs must adhere to these standards. Eligibility The contest is open to the general public, including amateur and

Reservation FAQs: How can I add to/change an existing reservation online?

 As of March 18th, 2020, Vermont State Parks launched a new reservations system at . We are launching a Reservation FAQs series to help you navigate this new system. To learn more about the exciting new features of our reservation system, click here.  How can I add to or change an existing reservation online including site changes or cancellations? Visit  and s elect 'RESERVE' Scroll down to and select 'Make Reservations' Select 'Sign In or Sign Up' Type in the email and password on file then select 'Sign In' Go to 'Current Reservations' Find your reservation you want to edit and select 'See Detail' The top right section above the 'Order Details' gives you options to: Change Reservation - Change dates and/or sites within current park Transfer to Another Park - Move dates and sites to a different VT State Park Cancel Reservation Make Another Reservation For this example, let's say

Get the Sled Out: Where to Go Sledding in Vermont State Parks

Please don't travel until it's safe to do so! Our travel posts are great for making future plans or dreaming about your next escape. Learn more about  Vermont State Parks and COVID-19 . For Vermonters, the winter landscape is like an outdoor playground! There are a lot of ways to play in the snow, but there is nothing quite like feeling the wind whipping and the snow flying as you careen down a hill on a sled. For your luging pleasure, we have put together a list of some great sledding hills in Vermont State Parks to try out this winter.