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Woodford State Park, Woodford

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Woodford State Park is a 398-acre state park surrounding Adams Reservoir in Woodford, Vermont. The park is at an elevation of 2400 feet in the Green Mountain National Forest. It is located along the Molly Stark Byway.

Activities includes swimming, boating, camping, fishing, hiking, picnicking, bicycling, wildlife watching, letterboxing, and winter sports.
Facilities include a small beach, boat rentals, picnic area, 103 campsites including 83 tent/RV sites and 20 lean-tos, flush toilets, hot showers, and a dump station. There is a 2.7 mile trail around the lake. Park rangers offer interpretive programs including night hikes, campfire programs, amphibian explorations, and nature crafts and games.

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  • We were looking for a day spot for a three generation get together. Fishing, swimming and picnicking were the activities for the day. Woodford did not disappoint. We will definitely return  more »
  • Simple, easy hike around reservoir. $4.00 entrance fee assures clean, well maintained trails. It’s easy to find and follow, even for city slicker like me.  more »
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  • I have stayed at this campground twice now, and would again! It is beautiful there. Good bathrooms, and the coin operated shower only costs $1.25 for 12 minutes, if I remember right. The tent sites are nice, and not terribly tight up against each other. It would get five stars, except I think $20 per night for tent camping is a bit pricey.
  • Quiet and uncrowded. Camping in small RV. No hookups but potable water and dump station at ranger office on exit. Limited generator hours. Last week of operation before closing for the season. Well maintained. Fire ring area at sites swept out by staff. Clean rest rooms and private showers. Wind shifts, and when it's coming in from the north, you get some road noise from Vermont Rt. 9 during the day. Traffic volume dies down with sun setting so tranquility returns. You are about 1/2 to 3/4 of a mile from that somewhat busy road. Not oppressive.

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