Vermont Days is an annual weekend in June celebrating the arrival of summer with free admission to day-use areas at Vermont State Parks and state-owned historic sites. Free Fishing Day is on Saturday, June 10 and gives residents and non-residents permission to fish in Vermont for the day without a license.
Both Vermont residents and out-of-state visitors are invited to celebrate summer in Vermont by spending the day on the lake, immersing yourself into Vermont’s past, or casting a line on Vermont Days.
FREE State Park Day Use
Vermont residents and visitors receive free admission to day-use areas at Vermont State Parks on Vermont Days. Visit Vermont’s 55 State Parks.
Free State-Owned Historic Site Entry
Vermont residents and visitors receive free admission to state-owned historic sites on Vermont Days. Discover Vermont’s history where it happened at Hubbardton Battlefield, Mount Independence, and more.
Free Fishing Day
Saturday, June 10 only. No fishing license required for the day, open to resident and non-resident anglers.
VERMONT DAYS EVENTS
In addition to free admission to State Parks and State Historic Sites, there will be several special events happening around the state.