Green River Reservoir State Park is located in Hyde Park, Vermont. The 653-acre Reservoir includes about 19 miles of shoreline, one of the longest stretches of undeveloped shorelines in Vermont. Only boats powered by electric motors and human-powered watercraft are allowed. The park features 28 remote campsites, accessible by boat. Only low-impact recreational use is allowed. As a result, it is an amazingly beautiful and peaceful place inhabited by a wide variety of wildlife including the Common Loon, Blue Heron, Moose, and Black Bears.
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The Northeast Kingdom
Also known locally, "The Kingdom" and abbreviated NEK) is the northeast corner of Vermont, approximately comprising Essex, Orleans, and Caledonia counties.
Although Vermont is known as the Green Mountain State, the Northeast Kingdom lies outside that geological formation and is based on a set of long-ago volcanic islands, compressed during a collision with the Taconic orogeny. Views and vistas differ sharply from those of the state's central mountain spine.
Check out this great piece written about "The Kingdom" by Vermont author Howard Frank Mosher for The New York Times:
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