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Paradise Park

Paradise Park Rd, off County Rd, Windsor, VT
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walk in the park

only saw a small portion, but very scenic place to take a stroll or hike. Clean, enjoyable area... read more

Reviewed 19 October 2016
I go all the time!

Lovely trails that go on for miles. You can walk or hike vigorously amid beautiful paths teeming... read more

Reviewed 12 October 2016
Windsor, Vermont
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“small lake” (2 reviews)
“pond” (4 reviews)
“paths” (2 reviews)
Paradise Park Rd, off County Rd, Windsor, VT
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Reviewed 19 October 2016

only saw a small portion, but very scenic place to take a stroll or hike. Clean, enjoyable area with lake, forest, open areas. challenging or easy hikes are there. no boating on lake for environmental reasons. understandable but wish i could. beautiful in fall w...More

1  Thank judgejudith
Reviewed 12 October 2016

Lovely trails that go on for miles. You can walk or hike vigorously amid beautiful paths teeming with lovely animals, birds and old trees.

Thank Sadiehope7
Reviewed 12 September 2016

Free entrance, and simple trails. Nice views of Ascutney, and the small lake is pleasant. A rare form of pond weed grows here, if that is your thing. A romantic gazebo is within easy walking distance. No boats allowed. Not much for fishing. Nice place...More

Thank PFandtheFlyers
Reviewed 25 July 2016

The park has running streams, a pond, and lots of hiking trails to enjoy. Cross country skiing in the winter. Can tour the park for an hour, or many hours depending upon your time and fitness.

Thank Daniel R
Reviewed 10 December 2015

Had a wonderful walk through the park with my granddaughter. There was so much to see. We even saw a crayfish heading into the pond.

Thank babybatman8
Reviewed 4 September 2015

Paradise Park is a little bit of wildness with Windsor city limits. No urban park, this is a minimally developed system of trails around and above small Lake Runymede. There are several entrances, and all trails interconnect, giving you a variety of terrain to choose...More

1  Thank Wombat27_11
Reviewed 12 August 2015

Beautiful walking trails and picturesque lake with incredible views of Mt Ascutney. Located in Windsor Vermont near the Constitution House museum, the birthplace of Vermont. A quintessential small town recreation center with significant architecture, dining, museums and friendly people.

Thank JaneAndTed
Reviewed 5 July 2015

Lake Runnymeade, the network of trails, the campsite lean to, the waterfall and the beaver lodge are all highlights of this beautiful and peaceful park. The lake is 3.5 miles in circumference and is the perfect place for an early morning walk.

Thank Karen B
Reviewed 14 October 2013

Perfect place to quietly walk with family and kids. We could easely use the stroller and we feel like we were walking in the path of the history of Vermont,

Thank Marienakhle
Reviewed 24 June 2013

Park within walking distance of Snapdragon Inn. Benches along the water front and nature paths 3/4 around the pond.

Thank NHYanks
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