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Fish for free and celebrate Vermont

Posted by Kimberly Sherman  June 11, 2009 08:57 AM

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This weekend, June 13-14, all Vermont State Park areas, state-owned historic sites, and the Vermont Historical Society Museum in Montpelier will be open at no charge, in celebration of Vermont Days. It's a time to experience all the beauty and history of the state, while also celebrating the arrival of summer. Vermont Days highlight State Parks that offer fantastic fishing, hiking, camping and overall appreciation of the great outdoors. Saturday, June 13 is specially noted as the state's free fishing day, where any one, any age can fish for free without a license.

“This is a great opportunity for Vermonters to get out and explore our state,” said Governor Jim Douglas. “It’s an opportunity for families to learn about Vermont’s rich history and support local economic activity while they are at it,” he added.

There's lots to see and do statewide, so check out details online for what fits your agenda, or call 1-800-VERMONT.

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