Explore the riverwalk at this scenic park.
Salmon Hole Park is located in northwestern Vermont in the Winooski Valley. It was named salmon hole because of the salmon who swim up here to spawn every year. Guests are welcome to walk along the Riverwalk Trail every day from sunrise to sunset. The water cascades down the Winooski River and offers opportunities for landscape photography. Keep your eye out for ducks, otters, and beavers swimming in the river.
Guests with a current fishing license can also go to Winooski One Dam to try and catch steelhead rainbow trout, smallmouth bass, perch, walleye, or landlocked Atlantic salmon. Spring and fall bring the greatest diversity of fish to the area, but from March 15 to June 1, fishing by the dam is prohibited due to the peak spawning season. Pets must remain on a leash, and all visitors are to follow the marked trails. Explore this scenic park the next time you're passing through Vermont.