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December 06, 2018

Give the Gift of Adventure and Support Vermont State Parks

Wrap up an experience this holiday season. The Vermont State Parks 2018 holiday gift guide makes it easy to give an unforgettable outdoor experience or comfortable adventure gear to friends and family. Not only will these gifts benefit the recipient, but they'll also benefit the parks. All proceeds of gift sales go directly to support the parks.

*For the day tripper:*

For $59, this gift package is a ticket to several weekends of adventures. The package contains punch card good for 10 state park day visits, a notebook and pen set, and a Vermont State Parks travel mug.

*For the weekend warrior:*

Give 2 nights of tent, lean-to or RV camping in a state park, a coupon for a free armload of firewood, 2 Vermont State Parks water bottles and a LED mini-flashlight for $89.

*For the whole family:*

Grab this family fun package at $139 and unlock an entire season of adventure. The package includes 1 season vehicle pass, good for entry into any Vermont State Parks day use area for up to 8 people in a vehicle, two 1-hour boat rental coupons, an insulated backpack with mesh top, a deck of cards and a frisbee.

*For the beverage buff:*

Help friends and family stay hydrated on all their 2019 outdoor adventures with blue enamel State Park mugs, stoneware beer steins, and Nalgene water bottles with colorful state park logos starting at $14.

*For the hat lover:*

Get a trucker hat emblazoned with the retro Vermont State Parks logo, a camouflage ball cap, or a brushed cotton hat with the classic State Parks image for just $14.

Whether you give the gift of adventures this holiday season, or simply want to experience the parks for yourself, incredible outdoor explorations await at Vermont's 55 state parks. Order online and find a park near you at https://www.vtstateparks.com/shop.html

Contact:

Rochelle Skinner, Vermont State Parks, Department of Forests, Parks & Recreation

rochelle.skinner@vermont.gov | 802-522-0841

Source: Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation
Last Updated at: December 06, 2018 15:56:41