State of Vermont Offers Complimentary Admission to State Parks and Historic Sites on Vermont Days

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Enjoy a sample of Vermont’s fishing, State Parks and State Historic Sites during the annual Vermont Days weekend celebration on June 14-15.

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Vermont Days, an annual open house of state parks and historic sites.

Vermont Days is a great opportunity to explore Vermont’s outstanding variety of recreation, culture and history.

All Vermont State Park day areas, State-owned Historic Sites, and the Vermont History Museum in Montpelier will be open at no charge on June 14-15. Saturday, June 14 is also free fishing day – the one day of the year when residents and non-residents may go fishing without a license in any Vermont State Park.

“Vermont Days is a great opportunity to explore Vermont’s outstanding variety of recreation, culture and history,” said Governor Peter Shumlin. “We have more than 50 state parks and nine historic sites all around our state, each offering their own unique and authentic Vermont experience.”

Sponsored by the State of Vermont, Vermont Days also coincides with special events at several historic sites. On Saturday, June 14, visitors can take part in family-friendly Flag Day celebrations at Hubbardton Battlefield and the Bennington Battle Monument. Also on Saturday, visitors to the Justin Morrill Historic Site in Strafford can enjoy an Open House with music and refreshments.

For more information, visit http://www.vermontdays.com.

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