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Waterbury Reservoir is one of the newer park facilities within Mount Mansfield State Forest. The Reservoir is the ninth largest body of water in the state of Vermont The park is located on a 90-acre peninsula with 22 picnic sites, tables, hibachis, swimming beach, nature trail, trailer boat ramp, boat rentals, concession area and restrooms.

Green River Reservoir became a state park in March 1999 when 5,110 acres were purchased from the Morrisville Water and Light Department. This is not your typical Vermont State Park – Green River Reservoir provides camping and paddling experiences in a remote setting. The Reservoir is designated as a “quiet” lake under Vermont “Use of Public Waters Rules.” Boats powered by electric motors up to 5 mph and human-powered watercraft (canoes, kayaks, etc.) are allowed.

Lamoille River offers Class One rapids stretching for miles and is one of the most gentle and scenic paddles in the state of Vermont. Visit http://www.vermontpaddling.com/ for put-in and take-out locations throughout the area.

Cottonbrook offers great paddling opportunities in a magnificent location.  Follow Cottonbrook Road to the Cottonbrook Canoe Access. Park there and put in and take out in the designated area. Follow the river upstream to the Waterbury Reservoir, and be sure to keep an eye out for Bald Eagles and Beavers!
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