Charlotte Park and Wildlife Refuge

The Charlotte Park and Wildlife Refuge consists of both active agricultural fields and non-agricultural land. It is a significant wildlife habitat. Trails allow visitors to experience the diversity of ecosystems that make up the Champlain Valley landscape. To protect wildlife, no pets are permitted in the Park (ground-nesting birds as well as other types of wildlife are vulnerable to dogs, even on a leash), nor is hunting allowed except upon action by the Charlotte Selectboard.

Trails in the Charlotte Park and Wildlife Refuge are maintained by Charlotte Park & Wildlife Oversight Committee.

Current conditions:

 The equestrian trails are open to horseback riding. As always, horseback riders may ride only on designated gravel trails.