Seyon Lodge State Park

Northern Vermont

The only park of its kind in Vermont, Seyon Lodge (about 30 miles east of Montpelier) offers private rooms in its rustic lodge on the shores of Noyes Pond plus locally sourced breakfasts ($6 to $10), lunches ($14) and three-course dinners ($20 to $25). There's fly-fishing in the pond and hiking or skiing on the trail network just outside the front door.

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