How many access areas are there in Vermont?
When are the docks put in and taken out of the water?
Where can I find information on VHS or baitfish regulations?
What are universal shore fishing platforms?
Who pays for the access areas?
Who maintains the access areas?
Who do I contact if there is a problem at an access area?
What can I do at an access area?
What if an activity is neither an authorized nor prohibited use?
Does the Department have any marinas or mooring facilities?
Where can I find out about speed or horse power restrictions on a specific water body?
Do you have a list of state parks with boat ramps?
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The Department maintains approximately 168 access areas, all of which are free. One hundred thirty-one access areas have concrete or gravel boat ramps, another 21 provide non-motorized boat access, and the remainder provide shore fishing access. Additionally, the Department has assisted in constructing approximately 10 municipal, state, or federal facilities throughout the state.