- Public access: Yes
- Activities: camping, paddling, fishing
- Caretaker: Vermont Fish, Wildlife, and Parks
On the Nulhegan River just upstream from where it flows into the Connecticut River, this 2.3-acre site was once the site of a large lumber mill. Thanks to our work, today its island and extensive shorelands are protected for wildlife habitat and public access. Spend an afternoon enjoying the river, or begin or end your paddling adventure here. To access the Connecticut River, park in the small gravel parking lot, then carry your boat a short distance across Highway 102.
- River: Nulhegan River
- Acreage: 2.30
- River frontage (ft): 1,000
From Bloomfield, VT, drive west on Route 105. The property is on the left at 2199 Vermont Route 105.