Green Mountain National Forest Guide

Located in southwestern and central Vermont, Green Mountain National Forest provides opportunities for hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, hunting, and fishing. Guests to the park can keep an eye out for moose, which are one of the prime attractions. Because of the gorgeous foliage, autumn is the most popular time of year to visit the park. Guests can take foliage tours by car during this time. In addition to its abundant natural beauty, the park is also home to over 2,000 archaeological and historic sites.

Where to Camp

Camping in Green Mountain National Forest

There is no better way to truly enjoy the beauty of a New England autumn than to camp under the canopy of the trees. Fortunately, you can sleep in comfort and travel in style when you rent from RVshare.

Shape Hiking Trails

Green Mountain National Forest Hiking Trails

Things to Do

Activities in Green Mountain National Forest

Visitors to Green Mountain National Forest will be able to identify a wide variety of flora and fauna. These include deciduous trees, such as the maples, oaks, and birches that turn this forest into a wonderland of color during the fall. Fortunate visitors will spot moose. They might also see black bears, white-tailed deer, beaver, fox, and coyotes as well as the Indiana bat after dusk. As geocaching is forbidden along the Appalachian Trail, sites within Green Mountain National Forest are limited. 

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How to get to Green Mountain National Forest

Address: 231 North Main St., Rutland, VT 05701

Fee: Entry fee $0

Green Mountain National Forest provides a range of activities for nature lovers as well as being close to other types of interesting attractions. If you are fortunate, you might see a moose or a bald eagle. Fall foliage season is definitely the best time to see this beautiful park, and an RV is a great way to experience all that the area has to offer.