Fort Dummer State Park

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Fort Dummer State Park


Location:In the Connecticut River Valley, just outside of Brattleboro.
Facilities:61 campsites (10 with lean-tos), hot showers, flush toilets, picnic area, hiking trails.
Activities:Camping, hiking.
Special Features:Park was named for Fort Dummer, the first permanent English settlement in Vermont. The remains of the fort lie underwater, flooded when the Vernon Dam was built on the Connecticut River in 1908.
Address:517 Old Guilford Rd
Brattleboro, VT 05301

Phone:802-254-2610
Web: www.vtstateparks.com/htm/fortdummer.cfm
Size: 217 acres.

See other parks in Vermont.
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