My husband and I decided to take our dogs here to get some fresh air. The attendant didn't inform us that dogs aren't allowed in much of the park, but was more than happy to take our money; the entrance fee is $4 per person.
The beach area was gorgeous, with sweeping, breathtaking views of the Green Mountains. It was nice to take in some fresh mountain air and listen to the sound of waves lapping at the sandy beach. The dogs also got some of their energy out!
We did end up walking the path around the lake. About half of the path was great! It was well-marked and easy to follow, but the second half was so badly eroded, we had to walk along the train tracks. One section was particularly bad, and probably shouldn't be open to guests right now.
Overall, I was glad to get the dogs out, but it's definitely not one of the best state parks I've been to.
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