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Emerald Lake State Park

  • Emerald Lake State Park

    Emerald Lake State Park, one of the most popular parks in Vermont, was established in 1960. The 430-acre state park is located in a narrow valley between the Green Mountains to the east and the Taconic Mountains to the west. Twenty-eight acre Emerald Lake, named for its emerald green color, is a focal point of the valley watershed and is situated near the headwaters of Otter Creek.
    The park hosts enriched northern hardwood forests and uncommon natural communities. Its forests support important wildlife habitats including deer wintering habitat. There is a 4-acre natural area of mature hemlocks. The lake and associated wetlands are near the beginning of Vermont’s longest river – Otter Creek.


    10% of the proceeds from the sale of this print are donated to Vermont Parks Forever ..." continuing a tradition of private-public partnership to make our amazing state parks even better by enhancing and protecting these gems. We are raising funds and investing in innovative projects that make our parks more accessible and connect our visitors to the natural world in a deep, sustained way."

    Print size: 13"x19"

    Giclée printed on 100lb. white archival paper

    Signed and stamped open edition.

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