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Outdoor Recreation

Royalton is home to a number of outdoor recreation areas which we hope you will take the time to enjoy!

Royalton Town Forest / Sarnoff Property

Donated to the Town by Lili-Charlotte Sarnoff in 1997 the Royalton Town Forest is a great place to take a walk. Access is at 1678 VT Rt 107 – Roughly across the street from Ellis Music and just east of the Green Mountain Power facility. The driveway leads to a small parking area with a kiosk. Please keep dogs on a leash!

Crawford Property 

The home of the Royalton Town Offices the Crawford Property also boasts walking trails. Parking is available in the town office parking lot. Walk out behind the building and follow the road up onto the ridge. Logging activities are planned for this parcel in the coming year, which will provide better views and additional trails once completed. Please keep dogs on a leash!

Marx Park / Foxstand River Access

Located at 43 Royalton Hill Road Marx Park boasts a lovely grass area and pavilion with outdoor grills.  We kindly request that you carry out anything you carry in and keep all dogs on a leash. 42 Royalton Hill Road is the Foxstand river access managed by Vermont Fish and Wildlife.

Carpenter Field & Playground

Access to Carpenter Field is located off Cameron Way. Travel past the VLS Fitness center and you will find the playground and parking area. Carpenter Field is home to two baseball fields and a soccer field. There is also a trail that borders the fields and provides access to the river. Dogs are prohibited from the Carpenter Athletic Fields, but may be walked on the trail. Please keep dogs on a leash!

Paine’s Beach

Owned and operated by the Heartland Lion’s Club Paine’s beach boasts river access, outdoor grilling areas and a pavilion. Access the beach from North Windsor St. Dogs are not permitted.