State of Vermont Department of Forests, Parks, and Recreation

About State of Vermont Department of Forests, Parks, and Recreation

The State Parks and Outdoor Recreation Division provides outdoor recreation facilities, primarily through Vermont’s very popular state parks. The Division manages 55 developed state parks each offering high-quality opportunities for outdoor recreation compatible with the conservation of Vermont’s natural resources and aesthetics. Vermont State Parks provides environmental education and information and supports the economies and values of local communities. Additionally, state parks promote, operate, and maintain a large and complex system of conserved lands, as well as both historic and modern facilities that are enjoyed by over half a million visitors every year.

Our mission: conserve and interpret on behalf of the people of Vermont their natural, cultural, historic, and scenic heritage, and while so doing, to provide recreational opportunities and economic benefit. The emphasis in this dual role should be provided only within the ability of the natural and cultural resources to support the activity.


Nature Interpreter

June 2021 - August 2021 Woodford, VT
“My favorite part of the job was getting the opportunity to learn about the natural history and biology of Vermont.”
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