Lowell Lake State Park

Lowell Lake
October 13 @ 9:00 AM
Meet in the parking lot of Lowell Lake State Park.
Lowell Lake State Park was established in 1977 when the State of Vermont purchased 207 acres from the Estate of Arline Weiss Gardner on the southern end of Lowell Lake. This area included the dam, cemetery, and an informal car-top boat launch.

With assistance from the Vermont Land Trust, 154 acres known as the "White Property" was acquired in 1996. This area included a former summer camp with a rustic lodge and numerous lakeside cabins, two islands, Picnic Island, Annie's Island, and a residential structure that is being used as a caretaker's residence. The park property encloses the majority of the lakeshore, including some significant wetland habitat.
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Stratton Mountain School is an independent boarding and day school that focuses on college preparatory academics and competitive winter sports. Located at the base of Stratton Mountain, SMS is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools.