Stillwater State Park – Groton VT

Description

One of the several areas of Groton State Forest developed by the CCC was Stillwater State Park:

“This Park was originally a picnic area with stone fireplaces. In 1938, four campsites, a central bathroom, a picnic shelter with fireplaces on both ends, and a small caretaker’s house were built. All facilities are still in use.”

Source notes

CCC Sites in Groton State Forest

Project originally submitted by Andrew Laverdiere on March 9, 2016.

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Location Info


Stillwater Campground
Groton, VT 05046

Coordinates: 44.280086, -72.273973

One comment on “Stillwater State Park – Groton VT

  1. Renee M. Westwood

    today 4/21/2022 I sadly discovered all the stone fireplaces the CCC built are in disrepair/ falling apart. They were not that way in 1992 the last time I camped there
    I wish there were funds to restore them back to their glory
    they were unique, charming, beautiful, and held in heat for a campfire, cookout way better than the generic bland steel rings used there now

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