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Lower Mountain Rd
Elmore, VT, 05661
United States

802-658-3555

Located on the forested slopes of the Worcester Mountain Range, Worcester Park reveals Vermont’s natural beauty. The Park features:

 

• Secluded mountain domain

• Unique vehicular access to stunning panoramic views of Mt Mansfield and the Green Mountains, and a ridgeline hiking trail

• Immediately abuts 20 square mile State Forest

• Private downhill skiing trails

• Only 7 miles to Stowe Village, 7 miles to Lake Elmore, 6 miles to regional airport

• Half hour to I-89, one hour to Burlington Airport and Lake Champlain

 

The following pages furnish a good idea of what Worcester Park has to offer!

Video

Take a walk through Worcester Park through the video below.


Located in north-central Vermont, the Worcester Range is a critically important environmental link. Along with the Northeastern Highland of Vermont, it connects the forests of the Adirondack Mountains in New York and the remote, unfragmented forest habitats of southeastern of Canada...

The unfragmented nature of the Worcesters Range does not prevent people from using its forests for both work and recreation. On the contrary, it enhances such uses. The summits of the range are protected, but much of the lower mountainsides are traditional working forests, producing sawlogs, pulpwood, and firewood, along with maple syrup and other forest products. Over the years, the range has become increasingly popular with hikers and wildlife watchers, and has long been used by hunters, fishermen, and trappers. All these activities are important aspects of the region’s traditional culture. Human beings are like wildlife, very much a part of the ecology of the Worcester Range.
— Tom Slayton, An Enduring Place