Posts tagged with: Mt. Philo

Mt. Philo sees a lot of traction in the tourist seasons, being popular for hiking due to its manageable size and close location to Burlington....
Vermont State Police were notified Tuesday of stolen property removed from Mount Philo State Park in Charlotte. A wooden informational kiosk constructed by volunteers was cut at the base of...
I’m still prowling for good news in the outdoors. Rain, for starters. A break from the heat before we put on our down jackets. Both qualify!...
The Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation is seeking public feedback on potential designs to enhance Mt. Philo State Park....
The longest day of the year is already behind us, but starting Friday, June 28, the day will start a little earlier at Mt. Philo State Park. Beginning that day,...
In its 95th anniversary as a state park—Vermont’s oldest—Mt. Philo State Park continues to be a draw for visitors from all over the state and the country. It’s also a...
Mt. Philo will close at noon on Friday, Oct. 19, and stay closed through Sunday, Oct. 21, for the Historic Mount Philo Hillclimb, sponsored by the Sports Car Club of...
A full house welcomed local author Judy Chaves to the Charlotte Grange Hall on Friday evening for a presentation about her new book and book signing. Judy, the author of...
The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources is hosting a meeting to provide an opportunity for public input on the draft long-range management plan for Mt. Philo State Park. The meeting...
I read with interest Rep. Mike Yantachka’s commentary (9/20) criticizing the Public Utility Commission’s decision to reject an application for construction of a large-scale commercial solar array in the iconic...
Some key challenges facing many rural American communities today are strengthening and diversifying the economy and attracting the next generations to live in these communities. To address these challenges, small...