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Maidstone State Park is the most remote of Vermont's state parks. It also has some of the best trout and salmon fishing in the state and record catches have been noted.

The campground offers hiking trails, a swimming beach, 45 tent and trailer sites and 37 lean-tos. Three of the four restrooms include hot showers.

Location: 4858 Maidstone Lake Rd, Guildhall Vermont 05905 Telephone 802-676-3930 Toll Free: 800-658-6934

Other Vermont State Parks nearby:
(Island Pond) Brighton State Park
(Barton) Crystal Lake State Park
(Lake Elmore) Elmore State Park
(Guildhall) Maidstone State Park
(Marshfield) New Discovery State Park
(Groton) Ricker Pond State Park

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