Park Features

Old Shelter Pavilion
Located on top of a grassy hill with a beautiful view, the Old Shelter is close to a soccer or softball field and, in the winter months is located at the top of the sledding hill. The Old Shelter includes picnic tables, a water fountain and a grill. There is a composting toilet nearby this shelter as well. Please be aware that the Old Shelter is not handicap friendly and all shelters have a carry in - carry out policy.
Groups of over 25 people should fill out a group permission form of review of the park commission.
Reservation & Trash Policy
Keep our park beautiful and take your trash with you! Before using the Old Shelter without a reservation, check the reservation wall in the shelter to be sure that the shelter will be free for your time of use.
The Old Shelter Pavilion on a sunny day
The New Shelter Pavilion surrounded by large green trees
New Shelter Pavilion
Hubbard Park's New Shelter is a handicap friendly pavilion that is great for the whole family. A composting toilet is located right across the road from the New Shelter. This area has a lawn with enough room for some games or for children to run around. There are picnic tables, a grill and a water fountain located at this shelter.

Reservation & Trash Policy
If using the shelter without a reservation, be sure to check the reservation posts to make sure that there is not a reservation during your time of use. Remember, Hubbard Park has a carry in - carry out policy. Please keep our parks beautiful and take your trash with you!

Seven Fireplaces
Right in the middle of the forest is Hubbard Park's Seven Fireplaces. In this area, there are a number of fireplaces designated for campfires by park users. There is also a grill located in the area and a composting toilet at the entrance of the Seven Fireplaces. Trails leading to the North Branch Nature Center and to Hubbard Park's Fitness Trails are located at the Seven Fireplaces.

Trash Policy

Hubbard Park has a carry in - carry out policy. Please keep our parks clean and beautiful. Remember to take your trash with you! Take only pictures and leave only footprints.
The Seven Fireplaces by a large tree and picnic table
The Tower surrounded by trees on a sunny day
The Tower
Built in 1915 and finished in 1930, the tower is located on the highest point of Hubbard Park. Climb up the stairs to get a priceless view of Vermont's little capital and beyond. Be sure to wander around the base of the tower and roam around the fruit and nut trees planted in order to attract wildlife park users. A picnic table and benches are located on the premises of the tower. A composting toilet is also located on the grounds of the tower.

Trash Policy
Remember Hubbard Park has a Carry in - Carry out policy. Please take all trash with you and leave only footprints behind.