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Parks und Natur in Burlington

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Park
“Waterfront Park is a large regional park located to the west of downtown along the Lake Champlain Shoreline. This park is home to several large music and food festivals, with the Burlington Bike Path running along its eastern border. The park is immediately adjacent to the Community Boathouse, the ECHO Museum, and Lake Champlain Sailing Center. The park can be accessed via College & Lake Streets and Penny Lane. Parking is available at the nearby Pease lot.”
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Beach
“Nice beach with facilities including bathrooms and food available. Can rent non-motorized fun stuff like kayaks, stand up paddle boards, etc..”
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Park
“Oakledge Park is located in the South End of Burlington, nestled along the shores of Lake Champlain, allowing for beautiful waterfront views. Within the park, there are two large shelters that are available to rent from May to October, two public beaches, a playground, a tree house, walking trails, tennis, bocce and volleyball courts, charcoal grills, picnic tables, bathrooms and lots of open grassy areas for you to enjoy. Although currently under construction with clearly marked detours, there is direct access to Burlington’s 9 mile bike path. Come explore Oakledge Park and enjoy all that is has to offer!”
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Park
“Red Rocks Park, in South Burlington, is a gem loved by locals and visitors in all seasons. The park is open year round with summer parking inside the park for easy access to the beach. In the off-season (Labor Day to Memorial Day), parking is available outside the gates, and the trails are open for hiking and cross-country skiing in the winter. Many years ago, Red Rocks used to be the place where the "bad boys" jumped off cliffs into Lake Champlain. Cliff-jumping is no longer allowed, but there is a sandy beach available for swimming, a wooded picnic area, and 2.5 miles of wooded trail with fantastic views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains. Leashed dogs are welcome, and it is a very popular spot for dog walkers, joggers, and hikers. The Lake Trail, which is mostly hard-packed gravel, meanders along the cliffs, providing numerous vistas and places to stop and take in the views. There are barriers between the trail and the edge of the cliffs for safety, and signs warn that cliff jumping is forbidden with fines of up to $600 for those who choose to ignore the warnings. Several other trails wind through the woods, which are mostly cedar and hemlock with a few hardwoods mixed in. When Red Rocks Park is open to cars in the summer months, there’s a daily parking fee of $5 for residents and $8 for non-residents. There is a restroom and changing area available next to the beach.”
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Park
“Neighborhood park with playground and seasonal food truck. Great place to watch the sunset over the lake.”
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Park
“Beautiful swimming location! Shallow beach, sandy, great views of the boats and great sunsets over the Adirondacks! ”
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Beach
“Park and then walk past the ice house and down to this great family beach with shallow waters extensive sand bars. Often much quieter than North beach and other city beaches. Great place to catch the sunset.”
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Wanderweg
“Great spot for a jog through the woods with access to jump in the lake afterwards.”
  • Von 5 Einheimischen empfohlen

Strände

Beach
“Nice beach with facilities including bathrooms and food available. Can rent non-motorized fun stuff like kayaks, stand up paddle boards, etc..”
  • Von 23 Einheimischen empfohlen
Park
“Oakledge Park is located in the South End of Burlington, nestled along the shores of Lake Champlain, allowing for beautiful waterfront views. Within the park, there are two large shelters that are available to rent from May to October, two public beaches, a playground, a tree house, walking trails, tennis, bocce and volleyball courts, charcoal grills, picnic tables, bathrooms and lots of open grassy areas for you to enjoy. Although currently under construction with clearly marked detours, there is direct access to Burlington’s 9 mile bike path. Come explore Oakledge Park and enjoy all that is has to offer!”
  • Von 17 Einheimischen empfohlen
Beach
“Park and then walk past the ice house and down to this great family beach with shallow waters extensive sand bars. Often much quieter than North beach and other city beaches. Great place to catch the sunset.”
  • Von 6 Einheimischen empfohlen

Wanderwege

Wanderweg
“Great spot for a jog through the woods with access to jump in the lake afterwards.”
  • Von 5 Einheimischen empfohlen
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