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ASCUTNEY STATE PARK
LOCATION - The park is 2 miles north of Ascutney on U.S. 5 and one mile northwest on Vermont 44A. From I-91, Exit 8, go north 2 miles on U.S. 5, then one mile northwest on Brownsville Road.
ACTIVITIES - Camp in one of 39 wooded campsites with 10 lean-tos and a disposal station from mid-May through Columbus Day Drive the scenic mountain toll road and hike up 3,144-foot Mount Ascutney from the top parking lot via a .8-mile trail. Hike to Brownsville Rock via а 0,2 mile trail northwest of the summit to watch hang gliders taking off. Take along a picnic to enjoy in the shelter part way up the summit road where you overlook the Connecticut River valley. During the winter, snowmobile along park trails.
Visit Old Constitution House's museum in Windsor, 4 miles from the park at 16 North Main. It's open from mid-May through mid-October. For information, call 802-828-3226. One of the longest bridges in the U.S. is in Windsor. Constructed in 1866, it spans the Connecticut River between Windsor and Cornish, New Hampshire.
Ascutney State Park HCR71,Box 186 Windsor, Vermont 05089 802-674-2060