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Quechee State Park, Vermont. Photo: <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/bull_rhino/6878505345/">Scott Law</a>, Creative Commons, some rights reserved
Quechee State Park, Vermont. Photo: Scott Law, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

Vermont state parks free June 14-15

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) Vermonters will get a chance to visit the state parks and historic sites for free during the Vermont Days weekend celebration.

All state park day areas, state-owned historic site and the Vermont History Museum in Montpelier will be free next weekend -- June 14 and 15.

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Governor Peter Shumlin says Vermont Days is a great opportunity to explore the state's outstanding variety of recreation, culture and history. He says the state has more than 50 state parks and nine historic sites — each offering a unique Vermont experience.

Saturday, June 14, is also free fishing day, when people can fish without a license. Flag Day celebrations will also take place at Hubbardton Battlefield and the Bennington Battle Monument. The Justin Morrill Historic Site in Strafford will hold an open house.

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