Neither cross-country skiers nor downhill enthusiasts will leave the northeastern town of Stowe disappointed when snow falls, though this region is equally popular come summer with hikers and paddlers.
Snack Bar in day use area. Rowboats and paddleboats for rent. The park, which consists of 117 acres, first opened as a small picnic and swimming area in 1953. The area is known for its past slate quarrying operations, with remains of slate mills, quarries, and rubble piles still visible. The park itself was once a children's summer camp and farmland.
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