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Emerald Lake State Park Emerald Lake State Park is a 430-acre state park in East Dorset, Vermont, USA. It is the home of 20-acre Emerald Lake, called such because of its emerald color. Activities includes swimming, non-motorized boating, camping, fishing, hiking, picnicking, bicycling, wildlife watching, and winter sports. Facilities include 67 campsites and 37 lean-tos, flush toilets, hot showers, and a dump station. There is a small beach with a snack bar and boat rental facilities, a picnic pavilion with 2 group grills and a smaller grill, other picnic tables, and a horseshoe pit. There is a nature center, and park rangers offer interpretive programs including night hikes, campfire programs, amphibian explorations, and nature crafts and games. The state has designated 4 acres as the Emerald Lake Natural Area, on a steep bank at the south end of the park. The old-growth forest here features hemlock, sugar maples and other hardwood species, and there are several trees of noteworthy age and size. -73.0098259 43.2797966
H.N. Williams Store H.N. Williams Store is proud to be a Vermont tradition -73.092033219877 43.247236106574
3 Pears Gallery on the Dorset Green 3 Pears Gallery on the Dorset Green is a museum in Dorset. -73.099584948953 43.254489261198
Dorset Village Historic District The Dorset Village Historic District encompasses a significant portion of the village center of Dorset, Vermont. Centered at the junction of Church Street, Kent Hill Road, and Vermont Route 30, the village was developed between the late 18th and early 20th centuries, and has a number of well-preserved unusual features, including sidewalks of marble from local quarries. The district was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985, and was enlarged to the west in 1997. -73.098888888889 43.254722222222
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